Do you make money by writing?
If you came here to make any income in a short amount of time, then I'd rather steer you away from writing here. Building an audience takes time, and it's enough of a reward that people take the time to read your story. Once you've proven that your story is one of quality and that you can maintain the rigorous dedication needed to maintain a decent upload schedule, then create a Patreon for early chapter releases. Every reader on this site has been burned before by promising stories that suddenly stop because the writer stopped posting, so they are always sceptical.
You can add a Paypal link for donations but never beg or ask for money; if someone like your story enough to send you some money then that's what the donation link is for, not for a consistent income.
In summary, don't worry about making money now. Your account is still new and you don't know if your story will be successful. Start your book, release chapters consistently and build an audience. Once you've done that, then you can start considering profiting from the book. The other option is just to publish the completed book to amazon, but I don't think that's what you were asking.
Best of luck if you decide to begin posting here.
If you want to make real money, look at the stories that are very successful financially--things like The Wandering Inn, Defiance of the Fall, or Three Square Meals/John Blake Chronicles. (There are others but I can't remember them all, and these three are close to the top of the list in terms of Patreon revenue for serialized web fiction.) These stories can give you some ideas for models to follow, but don't go into it expecting to match their success, or to even get close.
If you plan to make any revenue at all, be sure to track all your paperwork for tax purposes. Your expenses (things like book covers, advertising, proofreading services, and software) can offset your revenue to avoid paying extra taxes...at least until you're making a profit.
The series that IvyVeritas posted above are great examples to study and follow. Though we might never get to that level, I'm a firm believer that hard work and dedication can get us closer.
In the short run, you won't make money and frankly it could be months before you reach that point. But take the smart way, build a good story, get a loyal following and then look into Patreon or Paypal.
Good luck, hope you do great!
However, the problem is how to capture their unwavering interest and loyalty. Put your best into your work and build a sizable readers. Then, youcan talk about making something out of your effort and time. But, it's very possible.