You’re struggling to increase your blogging income, right?
There’re some things successful bloggers adhere to that you don’t.
They adhere to a simple process that makes it easy to quickly create multiple income streams.
In this article, you’ll discover six blogging-friendly ways to increase your blogging income.
So, let’s start digging right in…
Have a tribe
A tribe is a group of people, families, clans or communities who share social, economic, political, etcetera ties and often a common ancestor.
And who usually have a common culture, dialect and leader.
This large group of people or things shares an interest, profession: yes, they have something in common.
You see, a tribe is large.
There’re individuals in a group who have specific interest aside the general one that is common to all. The same applies to blogging.
We’re all bloggers, but in what niches do we find ourselves?
Even in the various niches, there’re categories with further sub-categories.
So narrow your tribe.
Don’t sell to your tribe
Never sell to them. Let them buy at their own discretion:
The sales page does the selling. It’s the job of the sales page or the landing page you direct users to.
Yours is to help the blog visitor to decide. So, never let people feel your page is a sales pitch.
If you truly want to increase your blog income, focus on solving more problems.
People land on your blog because they need answers. Not because of your sales pages.
Good transition is the key: learn to simply connect a landing page to the “value” part of your article.
Want to be good at writing unbiased product reviews? Read this post.
Appeal to your target audience
Target them with a good blog design.
Let’s get the facts established:
The first thing a visitor sees on your blog is its design.
Show you care by making your blog user-friendly: an easy to see, read, and use blog interface.
You need to get your pages working for you.
A good designed blog doesn’t take more than 3 minutes to load.
If you think of your users, they’ll appreciate and trust your work and online presence.
This means it must be dependent on your ultimate goal for being online.
Creating pages to suit your eyes can be a fatal error. So, create them to suit your audience eyes.
Believe me; you’ll end up getting each and every one of your blog pages working for you: converting for years.
Hey, you’ve got to think writing, too.
Want to write better? Read this post:
Capture leads today
I mean now before it’s too late.
As it’s rightly said, “the money is in the list.” This saying has a powerful marketing effect when implemented. It works like magic.
Learn how to win people. You don’t have to be too pushy.
Be quick to build your email list at the very beginning. Like it or not “your tribe is in the list.” No soul will give you an email address if he’s not your tribe.
Build a solid relationship with your list before anything else.
How do you build the list?
Give them a freebie in exchange for their email addresses.
It could be an eBook.
Most bloggers don’t even pay for eBook design these days because of the abundance of free products like Beacon.
Just put together your best blog post into an eBook and Beacon will take care of the rest.
And you can only achieve great results if you know your tribe well. The question is who are you looking to attract?
Create your own product
You’ve been blogging for some time now, so what shows you can’t create at least a product to help people?
You’ve learned and know much in your space. Why not coach someone to do same?
See how much Jenni Elliot, founder of TheBlogMaven.com, makes from one-to-one blogging intensive session. A blogger and a coach, that’s who she is.
There are a lot more other products you can create, like writing an eBook, and selling it on Amazon. Link to it, drive targeted traffic via your blog to the book, people buy, and you make your money.
Wake up, man.
Aside “the money is in the list;” there is also “the money is in the products.”
Aha, have you thought of freelancing?
Be a freelancer. Use the experience acquired in your space to execute contracts while still learning.
Most bloggers are doing it.
There’re so many freelancing opportunities out there on the internet. Some are writing, blogging, web development and designing, and copywriting.
Inspired? Go for it now, my dear.
Check the tools you use
Use tools that are rocking in the blogosphere.
Do you know the main reasons why most top bloggers and professionals go for good WordPress themes?
They’re cheap and accurately coded for SEO.
Some other reasons are:
They’re customizable to suit the needs of users, they’re mobile responsive, and most of them retain the eyes of blog visitors.
Why won’t themes like that convert?
Also check to ensure you use quality tools for building your email list.
You can increase your blogging income now, right?
Yes, you can.
See how workable most professional bloggers find it.
Danny Margulies of Freelancing To Win finds freelancing as a super done deal.
Copyblogger takes good design as one of their priorities.
Observe closely, they both use all the mentioned points in this post to increase their blogging income.
Hey, it’s seriously working for them. Let it work for you, too.
And do let me know what you think in the comment box below.