Have you found yourself wondering what's a blog and how does it work? Have you heard people say "I'm a blogger" and wondered what they really meant by that? Well, I'm here to help you out! Blogging is my job. It's how I earn my money, pay my bills, buy Christmas presents and put money into retirement.
I can already tell that 2019 is going to be a good year for you and blogging. Why? Most people that want to run a blogging business aren't proactive. They aren't learning from anyone else or doing any research to see what it is they can do to take their blog to the next level. In this post, I'm going to share the 5 things that I've seen myself and every other professional blogger do.
I started the Allison Lindstrom blog back in 2015 when I was nursing my baby boy. It's been a long journey over the past three years. And I've learned a few things that I wanted to pass along. That way if you're new to blogging, or are ready to turn your blog into a blogging business, you don't have to start where I did. You can avoid some of the mistakes I've made and learn from my experiences.
I've been running my blog and selling products for a couple of years now and there is something really important that I've noticed and used throughout the years. This method/formula I use to create goals helps me to become even more successful. When I use this method I have better product sells and have a better revenue period for my blogging business.
You’ve decided to become a blogger and now you’re wondering, “Which niche is best for my blog? It’s important to choose a blog niche that is both specific and can help readers solve a particular problem. You must be able to point to a narrow category and explain why you are an authority (though not necessarily an expert) on that topic, and why your content will be helpful to others.
Building a blogging business is a lot of work. You spend hour after hour creating content that will help your audience that you can be proud of. So, what happens when another blogger steals your blog post? Or, what if they steal ALL of your content? That's why you have to know how to protect yourself as a blogger.