Blog Traffic For Beginners is an ebook by Yaro Starak. It reveals a sep-by-step formula to build your blog from zero to 1,000 daily readers.
If your blog does not get traffic, you are as good as not having one. Traffic is the highway to success. It is the answer, or at least the tool you use to find out the answers.
However in-depth or exciting your content is, if there are no readers, your blog is worth nothing.
1000 daily readers is enough traffic to turn your blog into a money generating machine. With this kind of traffic, you can make huge affiliate commissions promoting affiliate products, sell ad space for smiling price, earn nice with Adsense, build your list relatively quick, etc.
This question is very specific. It deals with the amount of money one can make with just one blog. And that’s the exact question I got asked the other day by an old time friend.
We just met after years of not knowing the where about of each other. My friend has grown so big, a father of 2 too and an accountant in a company here in Douala.
As bloggers, one of the things that call more of our attention is the bounce rate. This is the measurement of how many visitors land on your blog and close the page within a specific period without clicking a link to another page on the same blog.
NB: It’s amazing how this little tweak I want to share here can drastically reduce your bounce rate so I suggest you read thoroughly and take action
As bloggers,we have quite a good number of ways to make money with our blogs. We are used to affiliate banner ads, adsense, text link ads, sponsored posting, ad space sales, etc. These are actually powerful ways to monetize blog posts.
You can still make more money blogging. Yes! I know you make some money. What if I show you some more little tricks to increase your earnings as a blogger?
In this post, I gave some tips on how to choose the right flexible theme so you can be dynamic in placing money making objects on your blog. In another post, I discussed in more details 15 different ways bloggers make money. To add to this, I created another post on how social proof can be leveraged to generate more earnings on your blog.
Social proof is a strong income factor. With a solid social proof, any attempt to make money from your blog will yield fruits.
In this post, we are looking at how social proof can boost your income and put more money in your pocket.
Often, when we hear social proof, we think social media. That’s not completely correct. It goes far beyond social media. Social proof is all around us even offline. However, I’m not going into the offline side of it. We are looking at it as bloggers.