If you look at the most successful bloggers, you’ll notice that almost all of them, from Jon Morrow to Pat Flynn, sell digital products. It’s far more popular and far more lucrative than selling physical products or advertising space, or using affiliate marketing.[Read more…]
Let me guess: You are swamped with things to do, aren’t you?
As a blogger, not only would you have to create content for your website regularly (which would often take hours), but you’d also need to find clients, keep track of industry trends, polish your writing skills, and so much more. (That is, if you want to sustain yourself as a full-time blogger.)
With all the things on your plate, you’ll barely have enough time to market your website. [Read more…]