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How To Make Money Blogging: How I Replaced My Day Job With My Blog

Posted on September 16, 2013 by Blog Design Journal

Bob Lotich founded ChristianPF.com back in 2007 and after getting laid off in 2008 he took the leap into full-time blogging. Less than a year later he was earning more from his blog than his previous day-job. While his results are not typical, this book covers all the steps he took to make money from his blog over that two-year period. Who this book is written for: * Those who want to get started blogging * Those who are already blogging but aren’t making as much money as they’d like to. Who this book is NOT written for: * People looking for a get-rich-quick system that requires little effort. * Experienced bloggers making over $1000/m (though the book will still probably be helpful, it isn’t written to this audience) Some of the topics covered in the book: * 4 Steps to Start Blogging in 10 minutes * Blogging Basics * How to setup a Self-Hosted Blog * The importance of a Customizable WordPress theme * 3 primary ways to earn from your blog * How long does it take to make money from your blog? * How to get traffic to your blog * SEO Tips for bloggers * How I increased Adsense earnings $1500/m in less than 3 months * 7 helpful tools that made it all possible

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3 to “How To Make Money Blogging: How I Replaced My Day Job With My Blog”

  1. Elizabeth Danu says:

    Takes the overwhelm out of blogging I have read a few books on blogging and earning money online, and this one is unique for it’s straightforward approach. The steps are digestible, not overwhelming, and logical. There’s so much rubbish written about getting rich overnight on the internet, and it’s refreshing to read that it takes time and diligence! I’ve had a blog for a couple of years, and I found a lot here that I could use. Thank you!

  2. Brian J Beyrouty says:

    Great Resource For New Bloggers When I decided to start a blog earlier this year, I really had no idea how to begin or what it would take. Bob outlines the process from the beginning in a very easy to understand format. I was up and running quicker and more smoothly than if I had tried to do it on my own.I highly recommend this book to anyone who is considering blogging. It gives you a realistic portrayal of the commitment it takes to be successful.

  3. Peter Rorvig says:

    This book is a bargain This isn’t a big book. There aren’t a lot of words….not many pages…but what’s there is all useful and relevant. The author steers the reader towards all the steps that will save both time and money when setting up a successful blog…steps that he draws from his own practical experience to arrive at. The author also has an excellent website that expands on the ideas in the book. It is refreshing when someone delivers what they promise…a rare thing these days when hype and self promotion seem to be the standard…and this author delivers a lot in a concise package. Thankyou!! You helped me quite a bit. I appreciated and enjoyed this book.



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