Blogging For Dollars

    • New Year Reboot: Advanced Techniques for Making Money on Your Blog

      2017 is your year! If you’re thinking of starting a blog, levelling up on your blog, or are looking to take your blog in a new direction, we are deep-diving into our content archives this week for the best posts to help you do just that. Making money on your blog is the goal for many ProBlogger readers, and as we’ve learned over the years, there isn’t only one way of doing it.

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    • ProBlogger Most Popular Posts on Monetization 2016

      I have a feeling this post will be a popular one! Blog monetization continues to be a growing trend, and it’s one of the main reasons people visit ProBlogger – to find out how to get started, what kinds of income to explore, and how to make more money! These were the monetization posts that resonated the most across 2016, and you can find the most popular content creation posts here.

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  • 8 Reasons You’re Losing Money On Your Blog

    … a Priority There are a lot of lazy bloggers out there. Nobody’s calling you lazy, but if you’re losing money on your blog, you may want to consider the possibility that you aren’t ambitiously chasing success. We’ve all seen article headlines that read “Here’s How I Make $24,343 Per Month Blogging from Home” or “I Was Able to Quit My Job After…

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  • How to Monetise Your Influence Type: Micro-influencers

    … Welcome to the next post in our series on monetising your influence type. Last time we looked at Platform-Specific Superstars – a small percentage of all influencers. This time we’re going to take a look at the other end of the spectrum. Most of us fit into the category of “micro-influencer”, and it can be an exciting place to be! Who are Micro…

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  • 10 Posts You Need to Read Before the End of the Year

    … IT! How will you know when you’ve reached financial success? | Smart Passive Income I think this is a great question to ask yourself at the end of every year – especially ones where you think you didn’t hit the dollar goals that you wanted to. How much are you looking for really? Were you actually more successful than you think? Next year could you…

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  • 4 things I Learnt as a Blogger Working at an Influencer Marketing Platform

    … This is a guest contribution from Sam Wright at techgirlblog.com. I’d had my technology lifestyle blog for little over a year when I began working with an influencer marketing platform, connecting brands and bloggers on sponsored collaborations. Blogging in my region hadn’t become a true income source yet (that has changed in recent months…

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  • How I Beat Out 200 Applicants on the ProBlogger Jobs Board in 45 Minutes

    … This is a guest contribution Sarah Finch. Landing lucrative contracts from job boards that goes beyond paying your bills and actually sustains your lifestyle – it’s what every aspiring and highly experienced writer dreams about. You may even dabble in applying for positions on job boards and experience mixed results. Maybe you’ve landed a few…

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  • How to monetise your influence type: Platform-Specific Superstar

    … When we think of influencers, we generally think of people with huge followings on their blog or social media platforms. There is more to influence than just audience numbers though, which is good news for the majority of us! Different influence types means there are different ways to monetise your influence as well. In this series we’ll take…

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  • Introducing the ProBlogger Job Board 2.0

    … Today I’m pleased to announce that we’ve given the ProBlogger Job Board a complete overhaul. It now has new features those advertising to hire bloggers, writers, editors and more, and also makes it easier for those who are applying for jobs. The Back Story Back in 2006 I started to notice two emerging types of questions from readers of ProBlogger…

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  • How to Turn Your Business Blog Readers Into Paying Customers

    …. You can use a custom call to action for each post with an in-line link or CTA button, or you can place a universal CTA widget below each post. Here’s an example from Blogging Wizard that illustrates both options. Adam Connell encourages readers to leave a comment, but he also uses a CTA widget to promote newsletter sign-ups. Don’t Be Overly…

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  • How To Monetize Your Blog By Repurposing Content

    This is a guest contribution from Natalie Sisson of Suitcase Entrepreneur. Sometimes creating valuable content week after week feels a bit like you’re running on a hamster wheel, doesn’t it? It doesn’t even matter how much you like writing blog posts and replying to readers’ comments. If your blog doesn’t start to make money, you will start resenting all the work you put int ...

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  • How to Turn Your Business Blog Readers Into Paying Customers

    …. You can use a custom call to action for each post with an in-line link or CTA button, or you can place a universal CTA widget below each post. Here’s an example from Blogging Wizard that illustrates both options. Adam Connell encourages readers to leave a comment, but he also uses a CTA widget to promote newsletter sign-ups. Don’t Be Overly…

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  • How to Pitch Brands When You Have Low Traffic

    … A common question from new bloggers is “How big do I have to be before I can start working with brands?” It’s a question that reveals how often emphasis is put on audience size when it comes to marketing spend in the influencer space. There are definitely ways you can change this emphasis to work for, rather than against you. It’s important…

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  • My Blogging Income Breakdown for the First Half of 2016

    … It’s been a few years since I did an income report here on ProBlogger for my business, and so while I was pulling together some reports for the end of our financial year I thought it might be good to give a little insight into where the income on my blogs comes from. As in previous years I don’t want to get into specifics of exact dollar amounts…

    Darren Rowse/ @ProBlogger- 11 readers -