Let’s take a break and relax. Take a cup of coffee and do some reading around the make money online blogosphere… AND bombard other bloggers’ hot post!
David, owner of bloggynetwork has a very cool article on what things you should do before launching your own blog network. I gotta admit that he has hit almost every detail of it, and man it’s really arranged to perfection. What’s better than learning from a blog network owner?
The next John Chow is coming! Check out Yaro’s September income from his blogs, just a whopping $10,899.83! Not bad for a young Ausie guy eh?
Another thing that I want you to check out in that post is Yaro’s explanation on how he increased his blog income. Let’s see how his recent pagerank penalty affects his blog income for the next month. Anyway, congratulations to you Yaro!
Ok, this article beats the heck out of my post (69 ways to boost web exposure).
Selling blogs has been a very hot trend nowadays, just take a look at CareerRamblings, sold for $20,000 and NetBusinessBlog being sold for $13,000. After seeing those figures, tons of people started selling their own blogs too. Although some were a little tricky:
1. They say: “This site has been under-monetized”
Meaning: “I have no idea how to make money with this site”
2. They say: “The MyBlogLog community has over 1000 members”
Meaning: “The site’s traffic isn’t worth talking about so I’ll try and distract you with meaningless large numbers”…
More on cash quests
Mark has removed ads from his blog (resulting to 0 income) but did no good effect at all, in fact it decreased his traffic!
Geesh, what a bummer, no earnings and less traffic?
Although I’m pretty sure Mark has done something wrong with his blog or maybe because the traffic he got a week or two ago was from his great linkbait the “top 100 make money online blogs” and when the posts came down from other blogs, his traffic also declined. I’m sure Mark can solve this out!
Darren Rowse always generates the best ideas!
The idea is that later today (in the next post) I’m going to post a link to a blog of a ProBlogger reader that has asked for some help (I’ve got their permission to do this).
In posting this link I’m not going to give any initial advice or tips or critique – I’m simply going to post a link, a screen shot and a few words from the blogger who is asking for help.
Then I’m going to throw the consulting work over to you the ProBlogger readership. In a sense it’s a type of case study or workshop.
Your job is to give advice, tips and constructive critique to the blogger. I’ll give you a few areas that you might want to divide your advice into.
Well, that’s all for now. I’d spread the anthrax next time! :twisted: