How To Make Money From Blogging (Make $2000 Or More Everyday)

- March 10, 2019
After guiding you on How To Start A Blog And Make Money Blogging, now it's time to show you how to make money from it, but if you didn't read the article, you have to read it now" because you might be doing it wrong, which is gonna hinder you from making money from blogging.
There are so many ways to make money from blogging, but I will be discussing the best and most profitable ones. But before I proceed in teaching you how to make money from blogging.

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How To Make Money From Blogging (Make $2000 Or More Everyday)


         Table Of Content

           •  Advertising

           •  Affiliate Marketing

           •  Books And Ebooks
     
           •  Speaking Gigs

           •  Consulting/Coaching

           • Online Course & Workshops

           •  Selling freelance writing


1.  Advertising

Advertising is one of the best ways you can make money from blogging, but you need roughly a million visitors per year for the large advertising networks to take you seriously, and affiliate marketing is almost always more profitable and just as passive.

That being said, some niches like recipes, fashion, and news are hard to monetize through many of the other methods mentioned here, and they get Lot's of traffic. In that case, putting a few ads on your site can make sense as a supplementary income source.


Normally, you make money by joining a network. Nearly anyone can join Google AdSense, for example, and you can later grow into more selective networks like Mediavine and AdThrive.


2. Affiliate Marketing

If you want to earn some passive income from your blog, one of the best choices is affiliate marketing — recommending the products and services of other companies in exchange for a commission.

For exmples, Digital Photography School has reportedly made over $500,000 in Amazon commissions from promoting photography equipment


3.  Books and Ebooks

Quite a few writers have parlayed their blogging success into a major publishing deal. Mark Manson, for instance, published a post called The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck in 2015. Millions of readers later, he got a book deal with Harper Collins and went on to sell over 3,000,000 copies in the USA alone.


Self-published books have also been successful. The most notable success story among bloggers is probably James Altucher’s Choose Yourself, which is now sold over 500,000 copies:


4.  Speaking Gigs

If your blog takes off, and you start being recognized as an authority in your space, you might be surprised by how many invitations you get to speak at conferences. And it’s amazingly profitable. I typically make a minimum of $5,000 per speech and it can go as high as $10,000 when you count product sales resulting from the speech.


5.  Consulting/Coaching

While this certainly isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, doing a bit of coaching or consulting over the phone can earn you a surprisingly nice living, even when your audience is small. I don’t do consulting anymore, but the last time I did, I charged $1,000 an hour with a six-month waiting list.

But I’m not the only one. Going back to Maria, again, she’s been quite innovative coming up with ways to do design consultations by photo and email, currently charging $1,275 per room.

You can make this work in almost any space. You just need to know what you’re doing and be confident in the value you are providing to clients.


6. Online Courses and Workshops

Most of the people making serious money from their blogs are doing it through courses

Ramit Sethi reportedly crossed $10 million dollars in annual revenue with his suite of premium courses.


And it’s not only business or wealth focused topics that are doing well. You can find blogs on just about any topic monetizing with online courses. For instance, the popular interior designer Maria Killam has quite a few courses and workshops in her catalog.


7.  Selling Freelance Services

The next step up from consulting is to actually do it for them.

Typically, you’ll make more money with this than anything else, but it’s also the most draining and time intensive. That being said, 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, Sri Schun continues to sell her freelance writing services.


If you are a writer, designer, photographer, programmer, or other service provider where your skills can be sold digitally instead of you having to be there in person, 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.



                   Conclusion

I believe you have learnt how to make money from blogging, but one thing I will like to let you know is that starting a blog from scratch is just as difficult as starting any business. For example, it requires the same time and effort as starting your own restaurant, software company, or accounting service. Yes, those businesses are wildly different, but the first few years are usually the same story: low income, lots of stress, big learning curve.

If you want a more concrete answer than that, we’ve found it takes even our smartest, most dedicated students 3-6 years to make enough money from blogging to quit their jobs. And that sounds like a long time, but so what? 3-6 years to be able to work from anywhere in the world, take a vacation whenever you want, and probably have passive income until the day you die?


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