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.
Stock photos are photos that are available for immediate use. They are cost effective alternative to hiring a photographer to go out and shoot the photos.
If we had to go out and hire a photographer for every blog post, that will be a handsome load of work on our shoulders. So an alternative is to visit a website and download already existing and related pictures for out articles.
There are almost unlimited number of stock photo websites out there offering both free and paid options. Generally, the difference is in terms of size and resolution. But before I give you a short list of some of the stock photo sites I use, we are going to see some important points.
Congratulations! You finally decided to blog. Now you’ve chosen what to write about. You got your domain name registered and bought a hosting plan. You also have installed WordPress/Blogger and the necessary plugins and theme. You’ve created these 5 or more essential pages. All is set and it’s time to write your first page.
In this part 11 in the series of creating a money making blog, I want to dish out some essential ingredient of a winning first blog blog. If you missed the past 10 parts in the series, take a short trip back to this front page for a list of contents .
Many people starting a blog for their very first time don’t have a clue what to write about in their first post. I remember my first article was absolutely out of place. Yes! I didn’t read any guide about how to start. It was really off. You know I had a burning desire to make money blogging so I started off with a review post that failed so bad.