It’s one of the greatest irritations experienced by bloggers and affiliate marketers.
Knowing that bloggers just like you are making money blogging. But your blog is not making sense of cents.
That’s right. You’ve never even made a cent from your blog, yet you hear of people blogging for a living. And you keep asking yourself: Can you really make money blogging? How do I get rich blogging? How do you make money blogging?
In this article, I will show you how I’ve made money blogging, how to blog for money, how to get paid for blogging, how to make money from your blog, and the basics of how to make money blogging in 2019.
All Blog Niches Are Equal But Some Niches Are More Equal Than Others
That’s the dream, right?
To earn enough passive income from recurring affiliate programs that you can quit your day job, escape the 9 to 5 trap and live the life of your dreams.
Well, it need not be a fantasy. I’ve been making a living online from affiliate income for a few years, and here’s what I’ve learned:
- There’s a lot of money to be made online
- The top affiliate marketers earn tens (and sometimes hundreds) of thousands of dollars every month from high paying recurring affiliate programs. And you can do the same.
- Your goal should be to give insane value to your audience or tribe, while maximizing your passive income online. You can achieve this goal by focusing on those lifetime affiliate programs which have the best recurring affiliate products.
This is what I mean…
Annoying? Isn’t it?
Everyday you read success stories of bloggers making mega bucks from blogging, yet your blog is more of an expensive hobby than a money-making business.
What if you could create a signature coaching program that actually sells? Today, I’m going to show you how you can create your own wildly successful signature coaching program, despite the following handicaps:
I get it!
When you’re just starting out as a blogger, monetizing a blog can be challenging. No, scratch that. As a new blogger, monetizing your blog is a lot of hard work. And it can be very overwhelming.
Where do you start? There are so many products, services and companies to promote, so many applications to make, so many forms to complete, and so many passwords to remember. And how do you keep a tab of them?
And can I be honest? Those income reports of bloggers who (against all the odds) somehow manage to make thousands of dollars in their first month blogging doesn’t help. Right ?