So many of us want to make money blogging. As a matter of fact, I’m one of those making money with their blogs and if you are reading this post this moment, you are certainly interested in generating some earnings as a blogger.
There are almost uncountable ways to make money as a blogger. In this post, I discussed 15 different ways bloggers (including me) make money. If you haven’t read that resourceful article, I recommend you check it out.
Recently, I publish another post on 5 options to monetize your blog. A pretty nice summary to get you going.
I’m still on the look out for more ways to make money as a blogger. So I stepped out and contacted some top bloggers in the industry to share their secrets with us. The good news is that most of them responded, sharing their most cherished secrets.
After I published the post below, my friend Deborah of SocialWebCafe responded. she has been in contact and for good reason, does not recommend attempting to contact Andy, not out of selfish endeavor on Deborah’s part, but out of respect for Andy and his wishes. Suffice it to say that he has granted permission, in writing, for Deborah’s continued development on the plugin, along with those who may want to participate on a team of developers.
One of the WordPress blog commenting plugins that have been the talk of the day is CommentLuv. This plugin brought a new breath into blog commenting and engagement. The other day, a friend on Facebook wrote to me and asked to know what happened to CommentLuv.
Users of this excellent plugin saw a remarkable increase in the number of comments they got.
Some features of this plugin made it king:
It’s an undeniable fact.
Every freelancer knows that once in a while the gigs pipeline runs dry.
You can’t find a gig anywhere no matter how hard you try. You return empty-handed from all your searches and pitches. Usually reliable sources yield nothing.
Nothing on your favorite job board.
No projects from your top client.
No referrals from current customers.
Thankfully, there’s a way out.
It’s an easy gig any writer at any level can do. Continue reading
Getting more blog subscribers can be a pain in the butt. Wouldn’t you agree?
How many people do you think are actually reading your entire blog posts?
You can’t just write up a new blog post and hit publish without following a proven plan for better content conversion.
It would really suck to spend hours writing a new valuable blog post for your niche audience only to find out it is not converting well and people are not reading the whole article and click away a few seconds after landing on it. Continue reading
It’s another new month to read articles and leave useful comments everywhere. On this blog, we had an exciting month of March.
There were many of you who read my blog. 88 decided to drop at least one comment. In total, we had 161 comments. This is beginning to get exciting.
In today’s post, I’m simply posting a list of my comment authors with a count of the number of comments they made and of course a backlink to their URLs. Continue reading
If your blog is active and interactive, you are going to frequently find money keywords in blog comments. That means you have a massive opportunity to make more affiliate sales or drive more traffic to some internal pages on your blog.
I’m a blogger who makes money from blogging. I know every section on my blog can be used to ethically generate income. The comment section is not left out.
Once you are getting comments from your readers, you can actually reply to these comments, directing them to a resource on your blog or to an affiliate product. This can be done without manually inputting links in the comment. Continue reading