If you’re currently managing a blog, you likely already understand the power of passive income. Passive income doesn’t require much in the way of ongoing effort; instead of earning wages per hour or salary per year, you’ll earn an ongoing stream of income by sheer virtue of your existence. This isn’t to say this income requires no effort at all; instead, in most cases, you’ll put in effort upfront in exchange for income in the years (or even decades) that follow. [Read more…]
Blogging has been a very popular hobby and means of earning during this pandemic. With all the time that freelance bloggers have now, you may have noticed that there is indeed a strong competition present. [Read more…]
If you study booming online industries with great potential for monetizable blogs, you’ll discover that the property management niche is an ideal candidate. While there are already a handful of successful blogs, most of them are run by property management companies with skin in the game. This leaves ample room for a blogger like yourself to come in and provide a fresh, independent angle. [Read more…]
Whether you want to let your creative juices flow or simply need to start a side project, launching a blog of your own is the simplest way to achieve your objective.
Choosing to add an eCommerce section to your blog is a great business decision. It can help you generate additional income on top of any ad revenue that you are already receiving. However, there are some considerations you need to make if this is your first time handling an online store. Here are some of those tasks you need to complete to ensure that your store is the best it can possibly be. [Read more…]
Turning your blog into a successful business is an incredible feat. When your blog reaches a certain size, however, and you can no longer manage by yourself, it may be time to consider diversifying your operations. One of the simplest yet most effective ways to do this is to hire someone to help with your blog. If this seems like a major decision, you will undoubtedly find solace in knowing that many successful blogs have an entire team of people working on them behind the scenes. You do not even have to be a world-famous blogger in order to benefit from an extra pair of hands. As soon as your blog reaches a certain size and you can no longer do all the work yourself, it may be a good idea to employ someone to assist you. [Read more…]
Are you a wedding venue, planner, photographer, or caterer looking to promote your products and services? Perhaps you’ve recently planned (or helped to plan) a wedding and have a ton of information to share? As you likely already know, the wedding industry is very lucrative but also very saturated. Essentially, starting a wedding blog can help you achieve success and stand out from the competition. [Read more…]
When you start a blog, you probably aren’t planning on it never being seen. You want people to read it. If enough people read it, you may even get advertisers. This means your blog could actually turn into income! This is perfect for retirees or stay-at-home moms. In order to get people to read, you need to write a blog about something people care about. Here are the best topics and themes to generate traffic to your blog. [Read more…]
Since the beginning of blogs, there have been two kinds of small business bloggers: the ones who shine and the ones who can’t figure out what to write. It could be argued that filling the pages of a business blog should be easy; however, one might forget that the owners of said businesses are not generally veterans of the marketing profession. In fact, they often feel like there are hardly enough hours in the day to get done what they have to get done, let alone another hour to sit down and write a blog post. Here are a few tips for a wide variety of business owners–from doctors to real estate agents to local concrete contractors–to get the creative juices flowing. [Read more…]
You finally started the blog you’ve talked about for years. Personal websites can be a great source of income, once you get some eyes on your content. It doesn’t matter how great your content is if nobody is reading.
A few years ago, back in the glory days, building an audience for a blog was really easy. All you had to do was create a Facebook page, spend a little bit of money on ads, and spam your content in tons of groups. Those days are gone. Now, you really have to work to keep your readers engaged, but it’s completely feasible. We have a few tips to help you start attracting fans to your site. [Read more…]