Written by Otaku Apologist

Online freelancing can be a very unstable career choice. If you’re serious about working online, you need multiple sources of revenue, tons of clients, and your own website that acts as you business card.

I have freelanced for many companies in my time in hentai. If I shared all my stories with you guys, you’d understand why I’ve striven to get independent fast as possible. My first freelance employer was the popular Canadian hentai artist Doxy. He got into money trouble in just 9 months after I started working for him. This was back in 2016, when my main source of income was writing for his new site called VGHustler.com.

After Doxy got into trouble, I had to get creative. My tumblr blog at 20000 followers was nuked around the same time as he was laying off employees and slashing their salaries. I needed money fast, so I wrote articles for a certain company for a while. It was an under-the-table deal, and I never got credit for my work. The money supplemented my income enough that I could keep pushing projects that helped grow the business.

I did other hustles too. I found a blogger with a big following on tumblr called Hentaielite. He promoted Nutaku for me, on their lifetime revenue share payment plan. We continued the promotion for 9 months straight. That was maybe 2000-3000 customers. Shilling Nutaku on other people’s blogs remains a staple of my business to this day.

I also kept writing about Nutaku’s newest games on VGHustler, and my other blogs. Those campaigns are still live, and last I checked my numbers, my reviews on my own blogs have brought Nutaku some 4000-5000 customers.

Sinner contacted me in autumn 2016. He needed an advertiser for Sinnercomics, his new comic website that had suddenly exploded in popularity. He knew me from the time I had sponsored the Sinnergate anniversary art contest. I worked on the Sinnercomics campaign seven days a week while building up my sites. My product reviews of Nutaku’s free to play games on Sinnercomics brought like 5000 new customers to the company through 2016 to 2018.

I battled for years to build up my platforms, and a stable income. Freelancing is a game of survival of the fittest, and most people never make a career of it, because it’s damn hard when you’re just starting. But the treasure at the end of the rainbow is financial independence.

All of our revenue from game and toy sales goes to pay writers, and artists working on a multitude of hentai content projects.

Hentaireviews needs more writers. The hentai industry is booming, and new commercial releases are flooding western markets. Millions of people are searching online for high-quality coverage of these faptastic games. The new payment model is $35.00 per review, raised to $45.00 per review if you can manage four reviews a month. You retain the raise as long as you keep the pace at four reviews a month. See the jobs section.

Want to write about new hentai games? Email me at otakuapologist@gmail.com.

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