Having a blog is great. Actually making money with it? That’s a whole different story.
If you’re struggling to figure out how you should make money with your audience business, wonder no more. Take this quiz to find out what the best way is for you to make money blogging.
“I have almost 2000 people on my blog’s email list! Soon Mailchimp will start to charge me $30 per month, and my blog doesn’t generate this much right now,” he said.
That person has 2000 readers loyal enough to give him their emails… but no idea how to build on that relationship and start generating revenue.
No wonder they say blogging is dead!
Yet here you are, reading this post. And thousands of bloggers earn a healthy passive income – sometimes as much as 6-7 figures per month. I bet they consider blogging to be very much alive!
Chances are, if you are reading this, you want your blog to make money. Not necessarily a fortune, but a good amount. And there is no lack of monetization advice out there. Trouble is, most of it is misguided, put together by people who haven’t made a single penny online.
There are many ways to make money from your blog, and a lot of pitfalls around each. Today we are going to look at 4 most common, and devastating, mistakes that will nip your dreams of lucrative monetization in the bud – unless recognized and dealt with.
As Danny often says, a big part of being an entrepreneur is having a plan B. It’s not just about overcoming the difficulties that life throws at us, it’s also about having the guts to choose to put difficult challenges ahead of ourselves and to use the same strength to overcome them.
That’s why we’ve invited R. Michael Anderson onto today’s show. Michael is a serial entrepreneur, and the author of a brand-new book called The Experiment. Michael’s book – and today’s episode – centers on a topic that hits home with all of us.
How do you find happiness in the work that you are doing? What role do coaches play, and how does The Experiment help entrepreneurs like you tackle difficult challenges?
Ready to dive deep into this topic? All you have to do is click the play button below.
Podcast runtime: 22 min 55 seconds | Transcript
Are you wondering how you can possibly add another thing to your to-do list when your plate is already full? How do you maintain your sanity while serving as the project manager, copywriter, video editor, event organizer, media liaison, and content creator all at once?
Let’s face it: project planning and managing can be intimidating and stressful.
But you can tackle these high-leverage projects – the ones that are really going to take your business to the next level.
You just need to use the right project management software and understand how to break the whole process down into distinct, easy-to-take steps.
Today I’m sharing with you how you can do this with Asana - one of my favorite project management tools. I’m also walking you through the process of managing your project with it, so you can do everything you need to get done – without going crazy.
And if you already have another project management system, here’s the good news: you can use this same approach with just about any project or task management software.
It’s the day after your very successful launch. You’re feeling pretty good about how the launch went, and the number of sales that you made. Now, you’re looking at the numbers: how many came to your sales page? How many people arrived on your checkout page? How many people purchased?
As you’re sorting through the numbers, you notice that there’s a difference between the number of people who arrived on your checkout page, and the number of people who actually purchased. That’s no good – you worked hard to connect with people who are genuinely interested in your product or service. To have them bail out just before making the purchase seems like a huge waste!
Unfortunately, this discrepancy between people who arrive on your checkout page, and the number of sales you make, is common in online marketing. The fancy term is “cart abandonment rate,” which means that your potential client abandoned the sales process just as they were about to pay for your product or service.
The good news is that, while it’s highly unlikely you’ll avoid this problem completely, there are several ways to reduce the chances that your potential clients will drop off your site before making a purchase. Master these techniques, and you’ll increase your online sales by quite a bit!