Food Blogger Pro Review – Start a food blog that generates income online!
In the past few weeks, I have met with a couple of people who desire to start a food blog and make money out of it.
Each time someone talks to me about blogging and showing readers how to cook, I think of my friends of PinchOfYum.
Recently, I was introduced to a training platform called Joballo.
I took a closer look, visited the office site here in Douala to find out more.
The reason of my action was to find out if this is another training platform like many others we have out there or there is something unique.
Plus, they claim every student on their platform benefit from free funding running up to 1000,000 FCFA. This is something near $2000 and you agree with me it’s not chicken change.
In this post, I want to quickly share with you what I think about Joballo Academy, their training courses and the famous 1000,000 free funding promise.
One of the issues computer users face is to move files and applications from one PC to the other or from one storage unit to another on the same PC.
It may not really be a problem moving smaller files. But when it comes to transferring huge files from one logical location to another, it becomes a real problem.
What about moving an app you’ve installed on one PC to another?
A hard nut isn’t it?
Thanks to modern technology and the Internet, you don’t have to rely solely on your primary job to support yourself. Today, there are tons of side hustles you can do to earn additional income without having to exert too much effort—at least after establishing yourself.
One of the most popular ways to earn some money on the Internet is setting up a blog website. Most newbies and those who are technologically challenged may find it skeptical. How do you earn money by writing your own thoughts and establishing a nice website? One of the secrets to that is affiliate marketing.
It’s becoming increasingly less difficult for anyone with or without a blog to make money online these days with sponsored posts. Initially, you needed a fairly active blog to be paid to post content on it.
Recently, SeedingUp (Formerly known as Teliad) has introduced sponsored posts for social media to its line of services.
What this means is that you can get paid $50, $100, $200 and more for a post to your Facebook, Google plus, Twitter and/or YouTube profiles.
One of the Conversational Forms plugins I recommend for every WordPress website owner is WPForms. This is because of its long list of features, ease of use (you don’t need any developer) and integration with many other apps.
Another solid reason is the team behind the plugin.
If you’ve heard or used Wpbegginers,