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Before that, I’ve received a lot of questions and suggestions on how to make money through blogging. You see there are lots of guides about how to make money blogging. In this post, I’m going to give you a step-by-step guide study showing you exactly how I did it, from a free plan to a premium plan. (Yes! You heard right, I finally upgraded to a premium plan to enable me earn, using traffics) So once again, here’s a step-by-step guide for beginners trying to get started. I promise you, I won’t leave anything out.
4 Ways To Make Money By Blogging!
1. Affiliate Marketing
Affiliate marketing is a type of performance-based marketing in which a business rewards one or more affiliates for each visitor or customer brought by the affiliate’s own marketing efforts. Still confused? It is simply the process by which an affiliate earns a commission for marketing another person’s or company’s products. The affiliate simply searches for a product they enjoy, then promotes that product and earns a piece of the profit from each sale they make. The sales are tracked via affiliate links from one website to another. How does it work? You may ask.
How It Works
One thing is sure, the seller does not need to be actively involved in the marketing, but they may also be the advertiser and profit from the revenue sharing associated with affiliate marketing. The affiliate can either be an individual or a company that markets the seller’s product in an appealing way to potential consumers. In other words, the affiliate promotes the product to persuade consumers that it is valuable or beneficial to them and convince them to purchase the product. If the consumer does end up buying the product, the affiliate receives a portion of the revenue made. If you’re the type that hates going to the office, affiliate marketing is the best option for you. You’ll be able to receive revenue from the products that sellers create while working at home with comfort. Now, how do they get paid?
How They Get Paid
Paying per click focuses on incentivizing the affiliate to redirect consumers from their marketing platform to the merchant’s website. This means the affiliate must engage the consumer to the extent that they will move from the affiliate’s site to the merchant’s site. The affiliate is paid based on the increase in web traffic. How do you start?
Here are various companies that I partnered with, and can earn really well from.
With so many companies offering referral programs to help spread the word about their product or service, the number of different affiliate marketing opportunities is enormous. Check the above links and join them to get started!
You need roughly a million visitors per year for the large ad networks to take you seriously, and affiliate marketing is almost always more profitable and just as passive.
Don’t get discouraged, I haven’t got a million followers myself. Some niches like recipes, fashion, and news get lots of page views. In that case, putting a few ads on your site can make sense as a supplementary income source. Try it and see!
3. Freelance Services
You can actually make money through freelancing. I’ve seen bloggers make six-figure incomes with no more than a few thousand readers on their blog, essentially using their blog as a lead mechanism to get clients.
It’s so profitable, even if successful bloggers continue to do it. For example, I joined Elna Cain tutorial for successful bloggers, you might want to consider it from day one. All you really need to get started is a contact form for clients to reach out to you.
I’ve mentioned this on most of my blog posts. A gig is a job that lasts a certain period of time, often the life of a project or as long as the company has that specific need. It can be short-term and specific in length, or long-term and lasting as long as the need continues. All gigs are jobs, but not all jobs are gigs.
Fiverr is a good place to start. Your Gig is the service that you sell on Fiverr. Creating your Gig is an opportunity to show off your talent and provide buyers with all the information they need to help them decide to do business with you. To know more about Fiverr gig, visit my blog posts or click here.
Let me give you another hint. Another way you can improve your blog is by finding your niche. How do you find your niche?
You can find your specific niche by improving your content skill. Take my experience for instance. Before I post anything I blog I’d sit down and think “what will I write today?” I jot down some thoughts, try to be helpful, original, and entertaining. If you’re disciplined, you might even stick with it for a few months. The truth is, having good ideas and powerful words isn’t enough. You have to create the best content ever published on blog topics lots of people are interested in learning more about.
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