Everyone with an active blog can make money but some people make more money than others. As a matter of fact, traffic plays a big role in how much money you make from your blog. To an extent, the way you do the things you do can also play on how much you make. Without any increase in traffic, you can do some things differently and see more results. I want to share with you (from my practical experience) a few things you should do differently to see different results. I’m not going to reinvent the wheels. I’m simply going to show you how to pick up some of the things that have been done for ages, add a little touch to it and see more results.
I have read tons of articles that give us reasons and statistics why bloggers fail. Most of these articles focus on bloggers who are on the scene already and try to bring out some factors surrounding their blogging activities that can bring about failure. Not posting consistently or not having enough time are the other reasons I see being mentioned most often! In this post, let’s cover the 4 fundamental and “unmentioned” reasons bloggers fail. My hope is to help some who are about to start or who are at the verge of collapsing to take shape and possibly start off on a better foundation.
If we want better results this year, we must at least double our efforts in what we did last year and if possible, add more to it. We can’t expect more results while doing the exact same thing we did in the past. I decided before the start of this year to double my income and to accomplish this, I laid out a plan of action for myself. In this post, I want to discuss with you those things I’m doing with a little more effort and how they are adding to my income.
It’s amazing how time flies. I can still freshly remember how we started 2015. The year however has been a busy and exciting one. Despite the failures and successes, we should now be looking forward to 2016 and putting things together for more successes. If you are into any type of business, here are seven ways…
Blogging is a very lucrative activity. As a blogger, you can offer your services and be rewarded handsomely. You can either be paid to post on your blog or on your clients’ blog. Either way, there is money to be made. Today, there are some job boards for bloggers, which make it possible for us to easily seal writing deals with companies. Many companies are looking for bloggers to hire for many different types of blogging jobs.
In this post, I want us to see how you can turn your blog to a real discussion board thereby encouraging repeat visits and improving your SEO through a positive increase in page impressions, return visits, page views and time on site. I’m not going to dwell on how to get more comments or why you don’t get comments. Instead let’s discuss what needs to be done to get your readers coming back for more interaction and blog commenting.
Reaching blogging success is one of the most difficult struggles faced by bloggers these days. While beginners strive to achieve success, pro bloggers burn their fingers on ways to maintain current success and even add more to it. Blogging is a lucrative activity on the Internet today. While different users blog for different reasons, everyone’s pushing on to the mark of success. Success is the results of hard work and principles. Blogging has its own principles that must be followed if growth is what we desire daily. Here are 2 valuable principles of success in blogging.