While blogging started as a popular way to journal your feelings either publicly or privately, it has evolved into a multi-million dollar industry that people can easily live off of with the right tools and strategies. What can be better than writing about your passions and then partnering up with companies to review
I’m sure you’ve read before that there’s a lot of money to be made as an online marketer. But let me tell you, whenever you read anything that starts out with wording like that – run!
Run as fast and as far as you can because the only people making money with that line are the scammers. It is true though that you can make money as an online marketer, but it takes time and it takes work. For
A few years back there was a syndicated game show called “Lingo”, maybe you watched it. I was quite a fan as I enjoy just about any type of word game. On the show, contestants battled to solve 5-letter word puzzles.
When it comes to your blog or niche website, your battle with lingo is no game. Instead it is very serious. Now that’s not to say you can’t have fun with your site, it simply
Hi there. I’m Jen and I am a new blogger on the scene. I started blogging in August 2013, so the title of this post is a little misleading. I haven’t even celebrated my first “Blogiversary” yet.
Although I’m still very green, I have learned a ton of stuff about blogging already, which I’d like to share. If you are new to blogging or thinking of starting a blog
A blogger is supposed to care for his or her readers. A successful blog is powered by repeat visitors. Very rarely can a successful blog rely solely on new viewers all the time. The older and more popular blogs have the same people coming back every week. This list is in no particular order, but if you want to know the biggest mistake that people make, it’s related to repeat visitors and is point
We all know that simply creating fabulous blog post content on a regular basis is not enough. In order to have a successful blog you have to have traffic. You have to have an audience. If not, well then you’re simply writing for friends and family, presuming they’re still reading.
And even if they are, they’re not your true audience are they? If you’re blogging for money they’re probably
First, some background: I’ve started several small businesses, blogs and websites. A few endured. Currently, one called pentozen.com, is really succeeding.
It probably wasn’t going to at first, though, because it was launched as a niche site on the topic of journaling.
It was a decent topic, and there are products to sell in that category, so it wasn’t a completely foolish idea. But it mostly