Is Blogging A Good Way To Make Money?
Now that I’m done thoroughly mangling that vague metaphor, let’s get down to business. Do Solo Ads: A solo ad” is an email newsletter that only contains an ad; so if someone emails their list and a recommendation of your blog or product is the only thing in that email, that’s a solo ad. Solo ads can be great for boosting blog traffic; find relevant bloggers in your niche with good email lists and offer them a fee in exchange for sending an ad to their list about your blog/email list.
You’ll learn how to create articles that stand out, how to rewrite already popular articles to get you used to writing amazing content and direct all the interest to your blog, the top 10 best types of blog articles and how to write them, how to write perfect headlines, where to find free and stunning images for your articles and a whole lot more.
It seems crazy to even think of offline marketing techniques sometimes when there is so much you can do online, but even though you are promoting a digital space on the Interwebs, there are likely still things you can do in real life to promote your brand: business cards, speaking engagements, magazine ads, promotions at related fairs or events, partnerships or sponsorships of activities in your community, and more.
To clarify that point, while there are plenty of technical blogging tutorials spread across the web, I’ve never found a free blogging course that does a great job in showing a complete blogging newbie how to get their blog set up in the way they would like – covering everything from design to functionality and beyond.
It’s why I try to be judicious about which books I accept for consideration and rarely request books specifically (most often I end up responding to books that are pitched to me — I figure if a publisher/author is offering the book, they’re ok with the terms I’ve outlined in my review policy).
I’ve just turned 17 and from Sri Lanka.. i would looove to travel and do what you do one day.. but there’s a bit of a problem.. 1. i know NOTHING about blogging or e-commerce or marketing.. 2. I wouldn’t call myself financially stable because i have to solely depend on my parents income and in Sri Lanka you can’t earn until you’re 18.. 3. I’ve never been abroad!!
As if getting pregnant wasn’t amazing enough, one of the most exciting things to happen so far in my blogging journey was when one of my favourite posts actually inspired an incredible British artist (the wonderful no-me ) to immortalise it in the physical world!
Meanwhile through my favourite blogging linkies, including those from Diary of an Imperfect Mum (# ABloggingGoodTime ) and Ethan and Evelyn (# FabFridayPost ), I’ve discovered loads of brilliant bloggers who, in turn, regularly comment on, like and share my content, which has been awesome.
Studying at university is expensive and it is important that you know whether you need to undertake further studies for the career you’re interested in pursuing and if yes, how you can arrange the finances for it. Pick up a Starting Point Guide for the career you’re interested in from the Careers Service to know more about this, and then make an appointment for career advice to decide how you should plan for this period of study.
Instead of creating your entire course at once where you devote hours of time to produce a product you’re not sure people will like, release part of your course that allows you to get customer feedback, while also delivering a minimally viable problem solver.