When I started blogging, one of the questions I asked was, “How do I get ads on my site?” If you did too then you’ll enjoy this list of ad networks for publishers, bloggers, and influencers.
The tip I have for you today is something you can use regardless of the stage you are in of growing your blogging business. Are you just starting out and not even thinking about monetizing just yet? Or, are you ready to start making some serious cash from your blog? Either way, this tip is going to help you!
This is a topic that I believe is really important to address in this 30-day series. As a mom when you are trying to grow a blogging business there's a good chance that you will experience mom guilt from time to time. Mom guilt is when you start to feel guilty about all the time you are spending on growing your business instead of doing other "mom" related things. You start to have different priorities and worry that it's negatively impacting your child in some way.
Today's tip is to write the content that people are actually looking for. Good bloggers write blog posts that they are inspired to write. But, good business bloggers write blog posts that people are actually looking for. They write valuable content that will really change people's lives. That's the type of content you want to write.
We touched a little over the past 13 days on how difficult it can be to keep a good balance when building a blogging business. You have a family that needs your attention and a never-ending to-do list of blogging tasks that are just waiting to be done. It's easy to get super focused on one or the other and lose track of what you should be doing. That's why you need a person in your life that can help you put things into perspective.
I know this tip looks like it has nothing to do with blogging and that's true. This is not about blogging. But, it is about running a business. Building a successful blogging business doesn't always have to do with blogging and making money.