Want to earn income blogging?
This is how:
Step-by-step, see exactly how people make money blogging. They…
- Set up a blog
- Write useful content
- Look for readers and convert them into email subscribers
- Give their subscribers content that builds trust
- Earn income by selling products or services their audience needs
Oh yes, that’s the model pro-bloggers use. It’s hard. But not complicated.
Only keep learning.
You can earn your first income with less than 500 blog users a month.
Most bloggers skip step 3 and 4 when they first start blogging.
I jumped to 5 and started making money by first showing people how to create blogs in Ghana. They saw my ability and contracted me to create theirs for them. I simply had to use my blog as an example.
Then I started ghost writing for other blogs and sites through places like UpWork. Check out some of my withdrawals back in those days from the screenshot below:
I have ever won a $19,500 contract before. It’s real. See for yourself from this screenshot:
And again I used the articles on my blogs as an example.
Of course, people do call me for free consultation, too.
Those are my services.
Meaning, I had no product. And I still don’t have one yet. Why? It’s a lot of work to create a product. So I added…
One more lucrative strategy
For those who don’t have both products and services to sell I have this to share with you:
Well, excel in earning income from blogging by selling someone else’s products or services.
This is how:
I make money blogging through affiliate marketing. Not only from my blogs but from Facebook, Word of mouth and through Emails.
Just ask interested people to use your referral links to get what they need. That’s it.
With less than 500 blog users a month, you can earn money using this method. No wonder it’s the most popular way of making money online.
I hate this…
Conventional method of making money blogging
It’s the least profitable method for new bloggers.
I’m talking about selling advertising.
Never think of it as a beginner. It needs lots of traffic to make even a dollar.
The truth is: no company would think of allowing you to promote their products or services on your blog if it has less than 500 people visiting your blog in a day.
For a fee? No one will grant you that opportunity.
So humbly in the slow-but-sure mode earn commissions as an affiliate when your small audience makes purchases through your affiliate links as a referrer.
What do you think?
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