“The Artist’s Dream: Making a Living from your work without relying on an employer or patron…”
How to Earn a Living from Blogging: The Online Course that Teaches you How to Systematically Build a Professional and Profitable Blog.
Want to write your way to a 6-figure salary?
Take our step-by-step, intensive online tutorials and turn your blog from a daydream to a high-earning reality.
The course covers…
- Choosing a Successful Niche
- Effective Design and Layout
- Writing Maximum Impact Articles
- Targeting Audiences
- Products & Premium Content
- Advertising and Marketing tactics
- Affiliate sales, SEO, PPC
“These days, you have the option of staying home, blogging in your underwear, and not having your words mangled. I think I like the direction things are headed…”
““In truth, the real opportunities for building blog authority and buzz through social media have only just begun. You simply have to look and see where things are going instead of where they’ve been…” – Brian Clark
Your online course will be instantly available after payment and registration
BLOGGING IS BIG BUSINESS
Follow in the footsteps of the world’s biggest million dollar bloggers!
Michael Arrington | Estimated Earnings – $500,000 – $800,000 per monthTechCrunch – 9.2 million visitors a month with annual revenue of $10 millionis breaking, I want to be on it. We break more big stories than everyone else combined in tech. When we break a story, that’s a point to us. When someone else breaks a story, we’re minus a point. Our main competitive advantage is that my team and I truly love entrepreneurs. Negotiating with companies over how news breaks is a big part of what we do. People aren’t going to tell you things if they don’t trust you.Jake Dobbin | Estimated Earnings – $110,000 per monthGothamist – 9 million unique visitors a month
We’re trying to be the best independent source for news, arts, events, and food in each of our cities. Competition is intense for stories, advertisers, and staff. Much more so than in the old days of newspapers. You grow a website by producing a high quantity of interesting content every day, year-in and year-out, for a very long period of time.
Neil Patel | Estimated Earnings – UnknownKISSmetrics – 800,000+ users a monthYou have to find something you’re passionate about that solves real problems for people. When we first started off, we would just write content that would generate traffic, as opposed to content that specifically benefits a potentially paying customer. It was a mistake. Find out exactly what problems your paying customers have, and write content that solves those problems for them.
“Making money from blogging requires you to do only two things: drive a lot of traffic, then maximize the income from that traffic…” – John Chow
Pete Cashmere | Estimated Earnings – $560,000 – $600,000 per monthMashable – 35 million unique visitors a month
I think it’s always been true that Mashable is more consumer-facing. It’s always been about, “How can you, as a Web user, work with these tools?” It was always speaking to the user directly. It’s all about utility – thinking about the reader first and ‘what are they going to get out of this?’
Gina Trapani | Estimated Earnings – $110,000 per monthLifehacker – 2.2 million Daily Page Views and annual revenue of $2,400,000
Getting Lifehacker to where it is now has been a long road – years of posting 6-12 times a day. It’s been a labor of love, the perfect combination of writing and software and helping people. I think every person starting a blog right now should ask themselves why they want to do it. If the answer’s because you love what you’re writing about, you’ve got the best motivation in the world.
Darren Rowse | Estimated Earnings – UnknownProblogger & The Digital Photography School – a Combined Mailing List of 653,000 people!
I’ve long advised that bloggers seeking to make money from blogging spread their interests across multiple revenue streams so as not to put all their eggs in one basket.
“The web is a very noisy one indeed and making sure that you are heard requires you to shout more effectively, rather than louder…”
Your online course will be instantly available after payment and registration
BLOGGING BY NUMBERS
Blogging – Key Facts
- There are well over 100 million blogs worldwide.
- In just the last three years, the population of bloggers has increased by 31%.
- Companies who blog receive 97% more links to their website.
- 92% of business blogs that update several times a day acquire at least one customer through their blog.
- Active blogs generate 55 percent more site visits.
- 57% of marketers believe they have gained customers simply through blogging.
“Don’t procrastinate. If you want to blog, then blog…” – Fritz Chery
DODGE THE STANDARD BLOGGER PITFALLS
You’re going to make mistakes…minimize them via our intense course…
Seven Things you Need to Know about Blogging by Darren Rowse of ProBlogger
Countless Revenue Streams
One of the beautiful aspects to becoming a blogger is the sheer volume of possible revenue streams ahead of you. In the early days of blogging, the compartments or channels to your blog can be incredibly important. AdSense had a bad month? Invariably affiliate sales will cover it. Email sign-ups a little slow? Amazon Affiliates will see an unexpected spike. All the while you’re writing, and learning, you’ll be earning…(albeit slowly at first)…
To give you an example of the myriad ways major bloggers earn, check out the two infographics from Darren Rowse, owner of ProBlogger.net —
Darren Rowse earns via fully 9 different revenue streams…
…and it all started with a blog…
“The key is a blog with a business backend…” – David Risley
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How long do I have access to my course?
Lifetime access is ensured through your purchase. Even when you’ve finished the lessons you can return to them for reference as much as you like.
If I need further tutoring to set up my blog, do you offer that?
The lessons included in this course are very thorough and instructions are clear and detailed, and are designed to give you all the information you need to create your profitable blog. We do not provide additional, personal tutoring as part of this package.
Do I need to buy or download anything extra to take this course?
Our online courses are not a bit of software which you download, you simply log into our website to access the course material. Therefore, the requirements are that you have an up-to-date internet browser (e.g. Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer). A variety of technical set up options are discussed in the lessons – some of which you would need to pay for – but that is a personal choice for you to make on your journey.
Is this course designed for a specific type of blogger?
Absolutely not. This is a course which takes you through the full research and set up process – no matter what your specialized area is that you wish to write about. Even if you are unclear on the precise details of your idea, we will help you determine if your niche has potential and how to maximise it.
Does the course recommend website tools and plugins to help me optimize my blog?
It does indeed. There are so many options for bloggers when it comes to the tools required to optimize your blog. We’ve tested many of them down the years, failed with many, succeeded with others, and our findings are revealed in the course. You can click simple links to ensure within 10 minutes you’ve got everything you need to have the perfect blog.
Can I really earn a serious amount of money from blogging?
The stats above don’t lie! There is a vast amount of money to be made from blogging, and it’s worth bearing in mind – why would you own just one blog? Multiple niches, multiple revenue streams per niche equals…a lot of revenue streams! Is it easy? No. Can you knock up a blog overnight and expect huge revenues straight away? No. Do you need all the usual qualities necessary for success in any walk of life? Of course. But lots of people – many of them less talented or driven than you might be – are making serious, serious cash from blogging. Where there’s a will, there’s very clearly a way when it comes to blogging…
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