My work's been featured on BlogHer, Wordpress Discover, Yeah Write, Blog Adda and White Swan Foundation. I also contribute to The Huffington Post. I write on parenting, mental health and social media.
Is it possible to make money blogging even in 2019? This is a question many bloggers have asked me.
For one thing, they believe that the blogging space is over-saturated and that there’s too much to learn to really make this work for them.
It’s true that not everyone who blogs will end up making a huge profit.
However, it is still possible to make a full-time income from your blog, if you have the mindset and the dedication to make it work.
The number of women who choose to be full-time moms and run a business is rising. So much so that a new word has sprung up to describe their hardworking, dedicated, and passionate nature: “Mompreneur”.
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post authored by Samara Kamanecka from ExtraDoughPro.com
If you’re reading this, chances are you’ve decided to start a blog, so congratulations!
But before you go on and sign-up for that free WordPress account and start writing those articles you’ve been thinking about for the past week, let me give you, what I think, are the 10 things you should be doing right now (if you haven’t already).
A year ago, if you’d asked me about earning money from your blog, I’d have just pointed you to my post on ‘Sponsored Posts for Bloggers‘ and would have been done with it. To be honest, the idea of earning any other way never struck me until a few months ago. All of that changed midway through 2018 when I discovered another source of revenue. Today, I’m going to share with you some basic affiliate marketing tips for beginners that you can start using right away.
How many of you are considering buying a course to further your blogging or social media journey?
You read about all these wonderful bloggers who make tons of money through blogging or generate ad revenue in the thousands each month and think, “Hey, I want that!”
Learn how each of these free courses can help you do that and more!
As bloggers, the one thing that unites a lot of us, though, is the presence of incredibly useful apps on our smartphones.
The list below is something I’ve put together after I’ve used many other applications over a period of time. These are the ones I have found to be consistently useful, for me, personally.
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