Internet 5 Killer Ways To Make Money From Your Blog

Published on May 25th, 2017 | by Christopher Porteus

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5 Killer Ways To Make Money From Your Blog

Blogging is something that we all love and would love to be able to make a consistent side income from, if not go entirely full-time. There have been a number of people who have run successful blogs and as a result, they reap the benefits. There are a few ways out there that you can make money without relying on spammy looking ad images on your site.

So what are some of the best ways to make cash from your site without feeling like a “sell out”?

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Here are some of the best methods out there to make money with your blog, without worrying about an ugly looking site.

Affiliate Marketing

A lot of bloggers discuss products they love and use without ever earning a dime off of it and there’s definitely some cash to be made. This is how some of the biggest names in blogging make their six-figure incomes. If you often write about products that help your life, then you can create an affiliate relationship with that company.

For instance, if you are a lifestyle blogger and you’re writing about improving sleep using a sleep system. You can post a link to that system in a blog post like you normally would, but this time include an affiliate link, and if one of your readers decides to purchase one you gain a commission. This is one of the best practices to use for your site to make easy cash.

Link-sales via Guest Posting

As a blogger you probably constantly get solicited for guest posts, but did you know they can pay? Many blogs and websites sell guest posting space on their sites for between $50 and $200 depending on the amount of organic site traffic they have. You’re in complete control of what’s posted too.

You can make sure the company is posting an article about something that’s related to your niche and that it’s high quality. You can even publish these under a “Sponsored Guest Post” section for full transparency with your readers. Your readers understand you need to make money to support your blog and this is an easy way to do so.

Create an Online Class

If you’d like to put in a little extra effort and want to make your blog a legitimate business, you can develop an online class. For instance, if you’re an auto accident lawyer, you can create an online class about how to increase sales in a law firm full of great marketing advice and tips from an expert.

Check out the other bloggers who are doing this and see what prices they set and the kinds of materials they provide to their online students. This can be a lucrative way to make consistent and passive income monthly.

Write an eBook

A little less time consuming, writing e-books is a great method to make some extra cash and flex your writing muscles. E-books typically are not too lengthy and are easy to write as the formats have a lot of space between the lines. Even if you’ve never written one before, they typically don’t take too much writing know-how to create one that sells.

An e-book is also a great way to engage with your readers more. You have an opportunity to share more about who you are as a person so readers can get to know you more. It’s a win-win.

Freelance For Other Sites

If gaining revenue directly on your site doesn’t seem too appealing, then you can always freelance. Using online websites for freelance jobs, you can easily find writing work no matter your niche. The writing work can pay incredibly well depending on who your clients are, making this a good way to use your skills and live your hobby while pulling in a cozy side income.

In today’s world of blogging, more and more money making opportunities arise for you to take advantage of. If you’d like to finally start making money with the blog you’ve been running forever, here are some great strategies for you to use to pad your wallet.

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Chris Porteous is a veteran in the tech space, founding Framestr and writing about his experiences scaling startups. When he’s not working, he’s writing about the latest tech products and providing insights on how to utilize technology to improve your life.



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