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April 5, 2017 Leave a Comment This post may contain affiliate links. Please see our disclosure policy for further information. It’s become clear that blogging is a vital part of how many businesses reach out to and connect with potential customers. We see this in an inbound marketing study by Hubspot, which found that 57% of companies who have a blog reported acquiring a customer from their blog.
April 10, 2017 5 Comments This post may contain affiliate links. Please see our disclosure policy for further information. Kelly McCausey started her entrepreneur journey in 2002. As a single mom with one son, she made graphics and websites for other home-based business owners.
April 3, 2017 3 Comments This post may contain affiliate links. Please see our disclosure policy for further information. When I first started my blogging business, I was easily able to write new articles, comment on other blogs, manage my social media clients, and answer emails, all while enjoying a cup of coffee when my daughter was napping. But as time went on my business and responsibilities grew, and email started to consume my life.
April 6, 2017 3 Comments This post may contain affiliate links. Please see our disclosure policy for further information. Kristin Larsen is the creator of Pinterest Presence, an online course designed to help businesses and bloggers drive traffic back to their profitable websites from one of the hottest platforms around. As a new freelancer, Kristin launched a successful Pinterest management company and within her first six months, was averaging $3,600 a month – only working part-time! Read on to see how this blogger was able to monetize her Pinterest activity and work from home by becoming a Pinterest Virtual Assistant.
April 7, 2017 17 Comments This post may contain affiliate links. Please see our disclosure policy for further information. I love getting emails from readers! I enjoy the social interaction as well as the recognition, but what truly makes me happy is when I can help a reader fulfill their dream of working from home or becoming self-employed. Lately, Ive received a ton of emails from new bloggers and website infopreneurs who wanted to know how to increase traffic to their website or blog.
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So you finally want to join the blogging community. Well by reading this article you’ll have taken the biggest step to starting a blog that can create an income for you and your family. I have been blogging as my main source of income for the past 8 years. It has been a long hard slog but in the past few years I have managed to launch successful blog after successful blog which have meant that I can quit the 9-5 and spend more time with my family & building a lifestyle I am happy with.
If you’re thinking of starting your very own blog, but just don’t have a clue on what to blog about, then fear not!In this article, I have included a whole load of blog examples from a wide variety of different niches. Since the beginning of the internet, millions and millions and millions of blogs have been created. Many have died due to lost interest or their owners giving up on the idea, while others have thrived and continue to grow, making money and earning their owners a steady income. It’s a constant evolution of content that keeps people coming back for more, especially if these blogs contact highly resourceful material that people find useful and interesting.