Is the only way to make money blogging by “blogging about blogging”? Let’s lay this rumor to rest; settle this debate, once and for all. And let’s do it so thoroughly that you never have to ask this question again. I’ve tried to address this before – because honestly, this rumor bugs me. It bugs me, not just because I DO blog about blogging, but because – if it’s true – it calls into question the character of every single person who claims that blogging is a legit way to earn an income.
Let’s be honest – earning an income with your blog can feel HARD. You maybe figured you’d start a blog, put up some affiliate links, and then sit back and watch the cash roll in. (That’s how many affiliate marketing success teachers make it sound right?!) If you’ve been trying to monetize your blog with affiliate links and earning almost nothing – well, by now you’ve realized there’s more to it than just putting the links in your posts.
This week alone, I have seen more questions about Pinterest Pin Descriptions than I can possibly count And honestly, I’ve felt – for a long time – like there is no good solid answer to all of the “how to write pin description” and “where should the pin description actually GO” questions. The reality is that there are just too many third party extensions doing too many things and we can’t keep up with all the differences.
~ I’m on a new adventure with the Squishy Baby, figuring out this mommy thing one day at a time. Raising little people while keeping our homes and finances under control might be a challenge, but it’s one I’m excited to tackle… and I want to encourage you to tackle it too.
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