These are 25 blogs you should at least be subscribed to. I’m going to give you a brief summary on each blog, as well as their focus. And no, I’m not getting paid to include any of these.
Learn how to make money in a variety of different ways, including online.
There are probably thousands of ways to make money blogging. And I don’t use most of them.
As a followup to my recent guide on how to make money blogging, I feel that it’s appropriate to tell you how I don’t make money blogging.
I know everyone says this, but I blog because I genuinely want to help people. I love to learn, write and teach, so this is a fitting place for me to be. However, because of that, I don’t make anywhere close to as much money as I could with this blog. And I’m fine with that.
In fact, I’m going to show you several ways I’ve cut my income for the sake of my readers.
Let me explain the ways I choose not to make money blogging, and why. I’ll also tell you 3 things I promise to never do as long as I own this blog.
The Legitimate Guide to Make Money Blogging If You’re Willing to Work (From Getting Started to Getting Paid)
This guide is for the average person who wants to start a blog and understands that, though it’s easy to start a blog, turning a blog into a money-making machine or even just a full-time income isn’t always easy, but it is doable and highly rewarding.
If you’re willing to put in the time and effort to make your blog successful, this guide is for you.
If you’re looking to make a quick buck, and you aren’t interested in helping anyone, this guide is not for you.
If this is for you, then check out this complete guide that shows you how to start a blog, get traffic, and make money.
Have you seen Tai Lopez in the YouTube videos?
His ad pops up on every YouTube video, or so it seems. He’s usually standing by a mansion.
His latest video starts with him saying “Hey, I’m here in my backyard. People are always asking me for a tour of my house…”
I’m sure you’ve seen it. Everyone has seen it. Unless you have ad block. So is this guy for real?
I’m going to give my take on that, show you some evidence, show you exactly what Tai does and what you’ll get when you buy his product, and how to get most of what he sells for free.
The facts are in: most entrepreneurs never make as much income operating their own business than they did as an employee working for someone else. This may shock you because we see entrepreneurs on television, featured in magazines, and we constantly hear stories of massive success. It turns out, however, that these stories of massive entrepreneurial success are the exception and not the rule. There are five important reasons why most entrepreneurs never turn a profit and why entrepreneurs fail.
A lot of people typically look for a job first BEFORE moving somewhere else – especially to a different state. But for some folks, the pull of the unknown is stronger. After all, you’re young, independent, and ready to take on the world. Why wait?
Even if friends and family are willing to help out though, don’t just throw your cares to the wind. Yes, you can move without a job waiting for you. However, it’s still going to take some preparation, careful planning, and an exit strategy. Here are ten valuable tips to get you started.
These days, it’s always useful to have some extra money on hand. Whether for short-term pleasures like an extravagant meal out, or buying a new dress, or more long-terms investments like saving for education, or planning for retirement (especially if you’re planning to retire abroad), extra cash is ALWAYS welcome! Most people rely on company bonuses, or working overtime to make more money. In addition to these, there are a whole bunch of things you can do (in terms of skills you can acquire and opportunities you can take advantage of) that will help you effectively supplement your regular income. Considering holiday season is right around the corner, and spending tends to be high, it is worth taking a look at what you can do to make some extra cash. Here are a few ideas:
“You’re a writer? How do you make money?” “Don’t you need a real job?” “How do you pay your bills?”
Writers have heard it all before. Everybody wants to read the newspaper, online articles, blogs, and books. But when you tell someone you want to write those things, they look at you like you’re crazy. It’s easy to understand why.
Writing seems like a romantic notion, but so many people seem to fail. Perhaps it’s because those people don’t know how to get started. There are so many places online just waiting for you to sign up as a writer. You can write blog posts, articles, or stories. You can become a freelance copywriter or ghostwriter. You can edit or proofread. And that’s just to tip of the iceberg.
If you’re new to writing and can’t quite find an audience, or if you dream of quitting your job to become a writer, then fear not! You can absolutely make it happen. This list will give you a place to start.