Your WordPress Blog: 4 Savvy Tips To Make Sales In Minutes

I’ve had several questions about selling on your WordPress blog, so it’s time for another post in our blogging series. WordPress is the world’s most popular site-creation tool; with some “455 million sites that use WordPress” (Techjury.) It’s no secret that I adore WordPress; I’ve used it since 2005. In those early days, it could take you an entire morning … Read more

Blogging: 5 Easy Tips To Create Posts, No Matter What

Are you freelance blogging? Perhaps you want to develop your small business blog. Either way, when you’re blogging, you need to create, even if you’re feeling uninspired. Your mood comes through in your creations, so reigniting your inspiration is essential. Firstly, relax. Although you feel like procrastinating, or running away, inspiration is lurking in your archives. You were inspired once: … Read more

Blogging Apps For Freelancers: Meet Deadlines, & Build Your Income

If you’re a freelancer who’s creating content for clients, blogging apps can not only help you to meet deadlines, they can help you to increase your income. Here’s why. Today, when you’re hired for a gig, you may be asked to manage a client’s social media accounts as well as their blog. With several clients, you’ll quickly lose track of … Read more

Make Money Blogging: 4 Steps To Find The Perfect Niche

In our first post in this “make money blogging” series, we looked at turning your passions into income. To begin your journey to an income-generating blog, you need a blog topic, as well as your special slant on the topic. With luck, it will be a slant which is unique to you. Blog topics can be divided into “niches”, that … Read more

Blogging Income: Create A Product And Sell It In 24 Hours

You’ve got a blog, but where’s your blogging income? Back in 2017, I ran a Team Up group, mentoring writers who want to make money blogging. They were shocked when I pushed them to create a blogging income immediately, before they’d created content. One student, who was new to the training, already had a blog. Sort of. He’d been “developing” … Read more