May
28
2020

How to Create Products and Sell Them on Your Blog

This post is based on episode 67 of the ProBlogger podcast. This week I want to talk about creating a product for your blog. Last month I talked about my various profit streams, and how nearly a third of my profits come from product sales. And that’s obviously one good reason to create and sell products – it’s a great way to monetize your blog. But there’s another reason you should do it that goes beyond […]

May
19
2020

NutriProfits Affiliate Program: It’s a Beautiful Thing

affiliate marketing

One of the most lucrative verticals you can get into as an affiliate marketing professional is health and beauty. The target demographic for this industry is one that is very open to spending money, so creates a win-win opportunity for both you as the affiliate and the vendor as the advertiser. And if you really want to take in top dollar, you’ll want to take a closer look at the NutriProfits affiliate program.  Health and […]

Apr
23
2020

How I Created My Profit Streams and Became a Full-Time Blogger

profit streams

This post is based on episode 153 of the ProBlogger podcast. Last week I talked about my profit streams – what they were, and what each one earned as a percentage of my total business profits. In case you missed what those percentages were, here’s a summary: affiliate commissions – 46% product sales (ebooks, presets, course and printables) – 31% AdSense – 8% sponsorship – 6% ProBlogger job board – 5% ProBlogger events – 3% miscellaneous […]

Apr
16
2020

How I Earn a Living as a Blogger from Digital Photography School

digital photography

This post is based on episode 150 of the ProBlogger podcast. One of our main aims here at ProBlogger is to help people make money (if not a living) from their blogs. And we’ve certainly talked about it a lot over the years. We even have a portal dedicated to this very topic. But this week I’d like to give you some concrete examples by telling you how I earn a living from ProBlogger and Digital […]

Jan
30
2020

How to Find Time to Create a Product For Your Blog

This post is based on episode 118 of the ProBlogger podcast. Creating and selling products such as ebooks and courses can be a great way to monetize your blog. But where do you find the time to create them? A lot of bloggers already struggle with finding enough time to write posts, promote them on social media, respond to readers’ comments and emails, and everything else that goes with running a blog. And they often have […]

Jan
13
2020

How to Sell Your Content and Create a Separate Source of Income

As a publisher, you produce content because you want it to be seen. Generating traffic for that is the first aspect here. At the same time, you also want to optimize the ads on your site in order to maximize your monetization potential. Hence, figuring out how to monetize the traffic becomes the second aspect. You can’t just be tossing up random ads anywhere hoping for the best to happen. It takes the right tools […]

Nov
21
2019

The Pros and Cons of Running Advertising on Your Blog

Do you run ads on your blog? Many bloggers do. In fact, people often start monetizing their blogs this way using an ad network such as Google AdSense. And many large websites are also supported by ads. So should you be running ads on your blog? There’s no easy way to answer that question. So in this post I’ll be taking you through some of the key advantages and disadvantages of running advertising on your blog. Four Reasons […]

Nov
14
2019

How I Lived Off ProBlogger for 2 Years and Made $50,000+ in 3 Months

The last three years have been full of memorable events, both personal and professional. While I’ve been in the content creation field for a while, I’ve only been doing it full-time since 2016. That was the year I started taking on jobs from the ProBlogger job board. And since then I’ve been using it for landing gigs almost exclusively. Between 2016 and 2019 I earned six figures from jobs I landed on ProBlogger alone. And […]

Nov
7
2019

Five Places to Find Work as a Paid Blogger

If you’re interested in paid blogging, you might be wondering where to find work. Do you need to know the right people? Should you hang out at conferences, hoping to be noticed? Or do you apply to loads of blogs in the hope that one of them is looking for paid writers? The good news is there are several easy ways to find paying blogging work. And you don’t need to leave your desk for […]

Oct
24
2019

Is Your Blog Draining Your Bank Account? Here’s How Freelance Blogging Could Help

Blogging can get expensive pretty fast. Buying a domain name is relatively cheap – often no more than $10. But after that the costs start adding up. You may need hosting. An email service provider. Security or technical help. A logo. A premium theme. Sure, your blog may eventually bring in the money to pay for all of these. But when you’re just starting out it can seem like it’s a huge money sink. Many […]

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