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The Art of Freelance Blogging: How to Earn Thousands of Dollars Every Month as a Professional Blogger

Posted on August 29, 2013 by Blog Design Journal

The Art of Freelance Blogging is a comprehensive book that covers everything I have learned from freelance blogging. The book does not show you any secrets or any shortcuts to success; it’s a no-nonsense book that tells you exactly what you need to do to earn thousands of dollars every month through blogging for others.

If you would like to start a profitable career writing for top blogs, this is the book for you.

How To Earn Thousands of Dollars Every Month as a Professional Blogger
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This book was created for everyone. Whether you have never blogged before or if you currently have your own blog, The Art of Freelance Blogging will show you the steps you need to follow in order to land high paying writing jobs with top blogs.

Over 27 chapters, the book details:

* Why you need an online resume

* How you can secure blogging gigs with high traffic blogs

* Where to source images for articles

* How to negotiate your rate like a pro

* How to send professionally designed invoices to clients

* Why you should be video blogging

* How to get the most from freelance marketplaces

* How to get products from companies for free

* How you can raise your profile and establish yourself as a top blogger

It also includes:

* A 15 Step Action Plan – Details exactly what you need to do to land your first blogging job.

* An introduction to HTML – The HTML elements that you will need to use to format your articles.

* A WordPress Installation Guide – A complete walkthrough which shows you how to install the most popular blogging platform on the internet.

* Interviews with 7 Professional Bloggers – Chris Garrett, Georgina Laidlaw, Nathan B Weller, Sharon H Hurley, Bamidele Onibalusi, Allena Tapia and Susan Gunelius.

* An Extensive Freelancing Resource List – Hundreds of useful links to resources you will use as a freelance blogger.

This book details exactly what you need to do make thousands of dollars every month blogging for others, however it is up to you to implement the steps detailed in this book. No one else can do that for you. If you want to enjoy the same success that I have had through blogging, you’re going to have to work for it. If you want to learn new skills and are motivated to work hard every day, I guarantee that you will become a successful freelance blogger.

About the Author
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Kevin Muldoon is an experienced blogger and internet marketer who has been developing and maintaining websites since he purchased his first domain name in 2000. He has developed and sold many successful blogs and wrote for some of the largest blogs on the web.

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3 to “The Art of Freelance Blogging: How to Earn Thousands of Dollars Every Month as a Professional Blogger”

  1. Patrick says:

    A Blogging Book Worth Your Time The Art of Freelance Blogging by Kevin MuldoonIt is easier to learn things the right way rather than have to unlearn and start again. “The Art of Freelance Blogging” helps the beginner, the yearling and the experienced blogger transition from just a blog into a successful freelance blogging business. Kevin helps you clarify your focus, your style and your process. By doing this, he leads you to developing your blog with the long term in mind.You will begin with the foundations of your own blog: understand your writing strengths, determine your focus and develop your profile. Next, Kevin takes you through such topics as suitable platforms, domain name choices, personal profiles and your own online resume. He supports this information with highly specific details that offer you many options.From this base, Kevin leads you through a much more detailed discussion of your content with the basic premise that the freelance blogger’s first job is to both help and entertain the reader. He shows you many types of blog posts, explains the uses and characteristics of each and invites you to try on some of these forms. This level of detail extends to an important section on using English for regional and international clients and readers.In “The Art of Freelance Blogging”, you will also find useful and detailed sections on finding blogging jobs, giving your pitch and negotiating the money details of your contracts. There is a whole section on the business end of blogging with a particularly notable chapter on managing your workload to increase productivity. Why is this important to the new blogger? Because this advice helps you understand the right way to start, how to plan and what possibilities are open to you in the future.While this is a long and detailed book, Kevin suggests you read the book to get an overview and then go back to those sections that are useful to you and take notes.Kevin’s writing style is clear, organized and easy to read. His advice is sensible and supported with examples and details that readers need to know. He shows us that blogging is a skill that anyone can learn if you work hard at it. He reminds us that you should transition to freelancing over time and not over night.Who should buy this book? This book will help new and experienced bloggers set the long-term direction for their work. It is a worthwhile read for all of us and, while one size does not fit all, all of us can pick up important information about our love for blogging and what we need to do to establish ourselves as freelancers.

  2. K.K. says:

    The Ultimate Guide to Freelance Blogging, and More In his latest book, Kevin Muldoon offers a wealth of real-world advice, information, guidance, tips, and more that are beneficial to anyone with an online presence, or wanting to create one.Among it all, he shares his experiences as a freelance blogger, includes interviews with other experts, and gives the reader an extensive amount of resource links.The detailed information provided is thoughtful, and well organized.There is a 15 Step Action Plan that reviews previous chapters.There is a glossary of terms, and as an added bonus there is a chapter devoted to compiling all of the resources listed in the book along with some new ones.If anyone is considering becoming a freelance blogger, this should be the first book that they read.If they can get only one book, this is the one to get.This book is not just for beginners. Experienced freelance bloggers will benefit from it, as well as other online entrepreneurs at all levels of expertise.

  3. Bruce Grecke says:

    The Rosetta Stone of Freelance Blogging If you are just thinking about freelance blogging Kevin Muldoon has painstakingly laid out a blueprint on all the essentials needed to get from zero to hero as a freelance blogger. He goes into great detail of why, how things are done, and more importantly he provides the resource links, all you have to do is follow his lead. This book is worth a lot more than the asking price, and could, if followed alter your financial landscape forever.



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