New to blogging then you probably have these questions
New to blogging well even if you’re new you can still learn to make a living from the blogging sphere. Look what Harsh from Shoutmeloud has achieved shoutmeloud.com/blogging-income-report since he started back in 2009 he has made nearly $30,000. The reason I trust Harsh is because he has a blog that looks like it makes money but no only that he has been publishing reports in detail for the last 7 years.
One word of warning if you set out with the sole intention of making a quick buck you might disappoint yourself. Money is not easy to earn and you need to build a solid brand followed by solid products before you will be able to rely on your blogging income.
If you are new to blogging you may have heard that YouTube is a must-have asset. There are many variables here. Making money on YouTube is going to be down to how engaging your video content is. How relevant it is to what people are looking for. Your Ad placement will also play apart as you will need to have people clicking on the adverts you are displaying. As a rule of thumb, you could look to make $1.50-$4 per 1000 views.
Ideally yes the more often you can post the better.Again if you’re new to blogging get in the habit early. The reality is it can be hard to keep that consistency. If you think about it like this when you go to your favourite blog or website would you be disappointed if they had no new content? If you went back a second or third time how would you feel if there was still no fresh content?
Content is king and you need to keep your readers happy at least try to post a couple of times a week at the very least but the ideal would be every day.
What does a full-time blogger do? Do they make a living at blogging financially?
We touched on this earlier but I wanted to focus a bit more on the actual daily activities of a blogger.
There is more to being a successful blogger than just what you see on a blog.
You need to keep up to date with current trends in your field. For example reading far and wide to see what your contemporaries are doing. You need to have great technical knowledge about the optimisation of your website, including your websites speed.
Each day you need to research article topics and keywords that fit naturally within those articles.
You need to respond to email and guest post inquiries. You need to prepare the guest post with tags and H1, h2 headers.
The list really goes on and on. Being a successful blogger is not down to luck it’s about the moving parts in the background that will make your career a long and successful one.
These are just a few of the question I thought I would touch on over there next few weeks we will explore these topics and more in more depth.
Asking question is going to be the foundation of your blogging knowledge. Keep asking questions and share your knowledge. Your readers will love you for it.