Nov
21
2021

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 […]

Oct
20
2021

How to Self-Publish eBooks for Increased Blogging Profits

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Blogs are everywhere. Some of them are great and some of them are worthless. With more than a billion different websites and blogs on the internet today, you can see how it’s easy to get lost in the mix, while also understanding how quick and simple it can be to start a blog of your own. However, there are a select few that will actually provide value to individuals on the internet and not only […]

Oct
17
2021

What’s a Membership Site … and Should You Create One?

Do you wish you could make steady income from your blog? Maybe your advertising revenue has peaks and troughs. Sure, it’s great to have that chunk of money come in during the holiday season. But when it’s only trickling in the rest of the time it can be frustrating. Maybe you run a couple of ebook sales each year, which create only a short-term boost in sales. Or perhaps the money you make from promoting […]

Oct
6
2021

2 Mindset Success Lessons I Learned after 20,000 Hours of Blogging

Straight to the point guys. Buy my eBook if you want to think, feel and act like a successful blogger: Creating the Mindset of a Successful Blogger I learned 2 invaluable blogging success lessons over the years. Over 20,000 hours, actually. I have blogged quite a bit over the past 10 years of my life. 2 mindset lessons reign supreme as far as importance because if you do not personally learn and live these lessons, […]

Jun
30
2021

How to Relaunch Your Blog After it Becomes Dormant

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This post is based on episode 234 of the ProBlogger podcast. Today I want to answer a question I get regularly from listeners: How do you relaunch a blog that’s died or become dormant? I’ll lay out two scenarios for relaunching a blog, and then give you 11 things to consider during a relaunch. Last week a ProBlogger reader asked for advice on how to relaunch their blog, which had been dormant for the past year. […]

Jun
10
2020

What Time of Day is Best to Publish to Your Blog?

This post is based on episode 130 of the ProBlogger podcast. When I started blogging (back in 2005, when RSS feeds were really big), I paid a lot of attention to when I published my posts because it seemed to affect how many people saw them. These days their visibility seems to be affected more by the timing of my social media posts and emails than of the posts themselves. Still, here are a few things […]

Jun
4
2020

First Step to Beating Writer’s Block: Finding out Why You’re Stuck

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This post is based on episode 83 of the ProBlogger podcast. This week I want to talk about writer’s block. Actually, I’ll be talking about it for the next few weeks. It’s such a common problem for bloggers, and it can really mess up your plans of having a successful blog if you don’t learn how to beat it. Notice that I said “beat it” and not “avoid it” because I’m not sure you can avoid […]

May
31
2020

Seven Important Things I’ve Learnt from Eleven Years of Freelance Blogging

Have you ever thought of giving paid blogging a go? Maybe you see it as a means to an end, or perhaps a handy way to make some extra money to support your own blog. But paid blogging can also be a great way to super-charge your growth as a blogger. I’ve been a paid blogger for more than 11 years, and in that time I’ve learnt all sorts of useful things. Getting a behind-the-scenes […]

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
12
2020

How to Turn a Boring Blog into Something Special

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List building is one of the things you hear and read about everyday in blogging and content marketing. Email marketing in itself is a whole lot of work put together. Many successful bloggers have succeeded to build a large list for their businesses and that works with a lot of attraction. Well, the size of your email list isn’t always a point. The quality and relevance are the most important factors. These go a long […]

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