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How to make money in 2022 with super Blogging techniques?

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Choose Your Blog’s Niche based on Market Factors, not Your Passions.

Why do 95% of bloggers fail? The answer isn’t what you expect.

It’s a common belief that bloggers don’t succeed because they lack passion.

“Failure is part of the process,” they tell you.

You can find the same answer to the question of “why bloggers fail” by searching for the phrase on Google: bloggers fail because they lack enthusiasm.

This is a belief that I firmly oppose.

Bloggers fail for the same reason that any other business fails: they’re not profitable.

Take, for instance, my personal interests.

In addition to drumming and flying planes and travelling, I’m also interested in astronomy, distance running, self-improvement, and Detroit-style pizza.

The problem is that if I were to write a tone of blog posts about one of these subjects without making any money, I’d be completely exhausted.

Others say they’re not in it for the money or that they do it as a “hobby.”

When it comes to making money as a blogger, hobbyists have no idea how to go about it. Any creative digital field has both newcomers and seasoned professionals โ€“ whether it’s web design or development, photography, writing or video editing.

Bloggers are doomed to failure because the vast majority of them begin by writing about something they are passionate about and then attempt to learn the ins and outs of blogging as they go.

Blogs Posts
Blogs Posts

A generalized approach to reaching the widest possible audience is encouraged by blogging advice that is out of date, written solely for the purpose of ranking on Google.

A lack of passion is not the cause of a blogger’s failure (they have that in spades).

They fail because they can’t transition from a blogger to a full-fledged company owner.

So, they target a low-value audience in a non-profitable niche. Bloggers who are just starting out often overlook the strategic value of networking and building relationships. And there isn’t enough demand for traffic to grow.

I have high hopes for you.

There are three important business factors to consider before starting a blog: the potential budget of your audience, professional leverage, and market demand.

  1. The Audience’s Budgetary Capability.

To create a valuable product for your readers, you must address a problem they face. That’s a cinch to see.

As a blogger, you need to know your audience’s pain points in order to provide the best solution. Check.

Consider niches where you’re already a part of the target audience. This allows you to demonstrate your expertise in your field more quickly.

While it may be tempting to open up a list of 100 niches and narrow it down this way, don’t do it. Watercolors? K-Pop? Travel? I wish you the best of luck.

Choosing your blog’s niche is one of the most important decisions you will ever make.

How much your customers are willing to pay?

It’s that easy.

Let’s take a look at it step-by-step.

When it comes to starting a home design blog, let’s say you’ve decided to go that route.

Different people will be drawn to your blog by different topics. Professional interior designers, college students, and stay-at-home mothers are all potential visitors to the event.

By creating a new blog and funneling your readers through the sales process, you can monetize this niche.

  • You’d begin by creating content that would pique the interest of potential customers.
  • Build out a “freebie” home design to get people to sign up for your email list.
  • Next, you could promote home decor brands through affiliate marketing.
  • A $300 online course (with a money-back guarantee) about 10 Expert Interior Design Tips for the Perfect Home would also be offered to your email subscribers.

After a few years of building an audience, you can earn some passive income this way. This is the approach taken by most bloggers and is perfectly acceptable.

Is this, however, a lucrative market? College students, stay-at-home mothers, and a few middle-class professionals?

The secret is out.

Changing just one word in your niche can increase your blog’s revenue potential by 200 times.

Changing the term “home design” to “retail design” is all you need to do.

Let me give you an example of what I’m talking about.

Increasing your blog’s income potential has never been easier than by including a business-to-business (B2B) component.

Consider it in this light. There are two reasons why selling to large corporations is more lucrative than selling to individuals. In addition, they have more money to work with. Second, they’re not footing the bill.

Marketing Budget
Marketing Budget

For both B2C and B2B, this strategy is a win-win because your blog launch, content strategy, and sales funnel are nearly identical.

When it comes to B2B “retail design,” however, there’s a lot more opportunity for monetization than there is for the B2C “home improvement” market.

You’ll be known as a B2B design expert once you’ve established your professional brand. This influence enables you to increase your price from a $20 affiliate commission or a $300 course โ€“ to a $5,000/month recurring consultation service.

It’s not enough to know your audience’s pain points.

If you want to make two hundred times as much money, you need a B2B audience that is willing to pay on a monthly recurring basis.

Monthly Budget
Monthly Budget

Focus on closing a few high-paying clients instead of worrying about your passions and getting thousands of low-paying visitors to your site.

I hope you can see why I believe you can make $10,000 a month in 90 days with a new blog by following this strategy.

  1. Choose a niche for your blog based on your professional experience.

Step two is to figure out what strategic advantages you have over your competitors, after identifying a lucrative audience to provide value.

Consider this:

  • How much professional experience do I currently have?
  • What are my professional ties?
  • Is there a way to turn this into a lucrative blog?
  • Which websites would accept my request to write a guest post if I could pitch them?

An influential blogger is the first step to building a successful blog. In order to establish authority, you must push yourself to new limits and take full advantage of the resources you already have at your disposal, including your professional network and past experience.

In addition, you’ll be doing a lot of networking to meet new people.

It’s all about making connections so that you can guest post on high-profile blogs in your field. SEO is still one of the best ways to rise in Google search rankings, and these posts will help you get relevant, high Domain Authority (DA) backlinks. Broadband Search’s most recent Internet statistics for 2019 show that Google processes over 40,000 searches per second, or 3.5 billion per day. There’s no shortage of traffic.

Even in the beginning, you may not have many contacts or published content to draw from. “Why would anyone want to feature me?”

Taking advantage of your prior experience is a huge help.

People who work in the photography industry may already have a client base, connections from local meet-ups, and even acquaintances with photography influencers. If you can use these contacts in the future, your blog’s growth can be accelerated.

  1. You need a market for your niche.

The first step is to do some research and see if people are searching for the topics you want to write about and if they are profitable.

Two of the most common monetizable keywords are “best” and “how-to” lists.

Affiliate marketers can make the most money with these two main types of keywords.

The “best” list posts, for instance:

  • “Best travel insurance” or “Best travel backpack” are examples of this.
  • Finance-related terms like “best savings accounts,” “best Roth IRA,” and “best CDs” are common.
  • “Best VR headset” or “Best PS5 exclusives” are examples of tech-related phrases.

They seek out long-form guides recommending products written by bloggers when they’re looking for the “best” thing. The affiliate programs for most of these will be excellent, and you can join and promote them.

The following are examples of “how-to” guides:

  • Creating a website in marketing.
  • Decorate your kitchen in style.
  • Health and wellness: how to get acne under control.

These long-form tutorials are packed with high-quality information. Links to affiliate programs can also be added to these.

As soon as you’ve figured out your strengths and passions, take your chosen niche and identify the top 10 keywords to target.

Use GrowthBar, Google Keyword Planner, SEMRush or Ahrefs to enter your keywords into a keyword research tool.

You can conduct keyword research while you’re searching on Google using GrowthBar.

Check a Growth tool
Check a Growth tool

When it comes to conducting keyword research, keep these tips in mind.

Having at least 5,000 searches for your top five keywords indicates that people are interested in the subject matter. Using this blog post’s target keyword as an example, here it is:

Keyword Overview
Keyword Overview

After that, take a look at the difficulty score for the keywords you’re targeting (a number from 0 to 100 on how difficult it will be to rank for the keyword).

There may be too much competition if your keywords have difficulty scores of 80 or higher.

In order to get more traffic with less competition, aim for keywords with over 2,000 monthly searches and a difficulty score under 50.

Using an SEO tool like Ahrefs, you can get a sense of your competition’s search engine rankings (SERPs). Pay attention to the Domain Rating (DR) and the SERP position history on the first page of results.

No one will find your new blog because the top 10 results all have DRs greater than 70, which means that your new blog will not appear on page one and receive no traffic.

As long as the website’s domain authority (DR) is below 50, you can easily outrank them over time with high-quality content.

Positions 1-5 haven’t changed in the last six months based on SERP position history, so assume that. If this is the case, the level of competition for that keyword may be prohibitive.

Focus on topics with keywords that include the following phrases when researching your blog’s market:

  • More than 2,000 people search for this term every month.
  • A difficulty score of less than 50.
  • Even on Google’s first page, there is at least one site with a DR below 50.
  • A recent change in SERP position history.

If you want to improve your blog’s search engine rankings, focus less on writing and more on keyword research.

Keep in mind the audience’s budget, professional leverage, and market demand when selecting a target audience.

In order to connect with your audience, you must be a part of it. Increase your target market’s sophistication so that you can achieve a 200-fold increase in revenue. Make the most of your network, work experience, and any other resources you have available to you. Make sure that your niche has a market demand before you get into the game.

Rid Yourself of the Need to Constantly Write New Content.

Suppose that for the first 90 days of your blog, there is nothing to do with your blog and you won’t write a single word of it.

What if blogging isn’t a necessary component of scaling and making money through blogging?

It’s possible that all the information you’ve learned about starting a blog has stifled your growth.

Always keep in mind that you’re running an actual business and not just a blog.

During the first 90 days, you should not be writing your first draughts. The advice I give isn’t going to be the same old, stale one. I refuse to discuss how to write about your interests, follow an editorial calendar, develop writing habits, or maintain a consistent writing schedule (or anything about writing for that matter).

As a result, we’re going to help you grow your blog like a startup and establish yourself as an authority in your industry.

Getting professional writing assistance is a great way to accomplish this. Use a service like Fiverr instead of writing all of your first draughts from scratch. When it comes to writing blog posts, you can hire a team of writers to do the heavy lifting for you.

Overall, there are five main components to this process:

  1. Outreach
  2. Guest Post
  3. Outsource
  4. Backlinks
  5. Repeat indefinitely

For the first year following its launch, my blog received over 5,000 backlinks from more than 1,000 domains and a +74 Domain Rating (DR) increase.

In addition, I saw a massive increase in traffic year over year:

Overall Traffic Overview
Overall Traffic Overview

When it comes to blogging, focus on your writing, consistency, passion and habits.

Nevertheless, if you’re one of the like-minded people who are serious about growing your blog like a CEO (and not just a hobby blogger), let’s get started monetizing!

  1. your foundation is built on your relationships.

You must first grasp a fundamental concept before attempting to form connections with other bloggers and influencers in your niche. To be successful, you must add value to the lives of others. Think about the long-term benefits of a relationship, not just the short-term gain. To begin, think about the good you can do for others.

Ask yourself: What is the relationship worth to you?

Would you be able to contribute content based on the fact that your experience aligns with that of their target audience?

How much content do they currently need to fill their editorial calendar?

In other guest posts you’re writing, can you use link building to benefit them?

Does their blog cover a topic in which you are an expert?

It’s important to know your value and what you can do for the audience before you begin to pitch. With this data, you can begin to develop a targeted email marketing campaign.

The first step is to create a list of relevant websites.

It’s time to start building your blog outreach list once you’ve realized the value you can provide. There should be five columns on this list: website, name, email, and status.

Look up the target blog’s monthly site visitors and Domain Authority (DA) using an SEO tool like Ahrefs to begin populating your spreadsheet. Aim for blogs with a Domain Authority of more than 50.

It’s important to remember that the higher your Domain Authority, the more powerful your partnership will be, and the more SEO impact it will have on you. Look for an article, such as this one, that lists the most popular blogs and websites that accept guest posts and their Domain Authority scores in order to save time.

Now that you’ve narrowed down your options, it’s time to contact the right person.

First and foremost, make use of LinkedIn.

For example, search for “Content Manager,” “SEO Manager,” “Editor,” or simply, “Content” within the blog’s company page to narrow down your results.

Connect with a few potential contacts on LinkedIn after you’ve found a few. To get the most out of your LinkedIn connections you should focus on 2nd and 3rd degree connections. If you have mutual contacts, even better. Keep your connection message short and sweet; if you spend too much time on it, it will be buried or come off as spammy.

Once you’ve contacted the person on LinkedIn, use an email scanning tool like to find their email address. However, shows your email structure, such as or first name, even if you can’t find the contact’s exact address In your spreadsheet, include this contact information.

  1. Get to know each other before you begin pitching guest posts.

Blogging relationships that are mutually beneficial provide both content and links. Starting with a list of 50-100 potential contacts and contacting them on LinkedIn is the first step in email outreach.

In order to increase the number of guest bloggers, you can use an email template to begin the relationship and at the same time, ask for a guest post.

An example template I’ve used is shown here.

Hey (First Name),

(Title) is Adam and I work at (Title) (Blog).

As a fan of (Target Blog) and a potential content collaborator, I’d like to get in touch.

1) I’d like to know if you’d be interested in participating in link-building activities. In exchange for a link to your website in one of my (X-X) guest posts per month, I’d be delighted to do so.

2) Your blog welcomes guest posts.

(Awesome? informative? useful?). I’d love to be a contributor to your blog and can offer a few topic ideas that I think your readers will find interesting. Some of my most recent work is shown below:

For example, For example, 

(Sample 1 URL) and 

(Sample 2 URL) 

(Sample 3 URL)

Yes, I’m interested. Please let me know if you’d like to get in touch.


It’s done.

Your time and effort will be saved by using an email template for guest post pitches and learning how to start an email greeting at the same time.

To secure a guest post, you must first get a response from the person you’re pitching the idea to.

Guest blogging topic pitches must meet four main criteria:

Until now, your content has not been added to their site. When you have a topic in mind, type “site: topic” into Google to see if it’s already been written about.

SEO value can be gained by focusing on your topic and using relevant keywords. Re-enter the blog’s URL into Ahrefs. Make a list of the most popular organic keywords and see if there are any holes in their content that you can fill.

You’re a good fit for the subject matter. This is an excellent opportunity for you to establish yourself as a thought leader in your field by writing on someone else’s blog.

The subject matter is relevant to the audience’s concerns. Take a look at their editorial guidelines and see if you can match their blog’s writing style.

Your guest blogging strategy will take off once your topic has been accepted.

  1. How Guest Blogging Can Help Your Business

In January of this year, I experimented with guest blogging. Within 15 days, I wanted to see how many guest posts I could contribute to my site’s SEO and traffic metrics.

After 15 days, here are the results:

  • There were 32 new referring domains from eight guest posts published on websites with DAs ranging from 81 to 84.
  • A total of 247 new backlinks have been added.
  • 372 percent increase in organic traffic from 268 new organic keywords in the top 100 rankings.
  • This domain has an authority score of +12.
  • Alexa Rank went up by 600,000.

A new blog’s SEO is boosted by guest posting on high-DA sites, according to the results. With 66% of marketers saying link building is the most difficult SEO tactic, it can also be the most rewarding.

I recommend starting a blog with five “pillar posts,” which are long-form SEO-optimized posts designed to attract links from other websites. Add statistics, infographics, and case studies to make it easier for people to link to your content.

Every post I write on my blog is expected to include at least one guest post.

Don’t forget to focus more on the business and relationship aspects of blogging when you’re just starting out.

The quality of your guest posts, on the other hand, is critical. It is imperative that you utilize the proper headings, subheadings, and anchor text in all of your content. Use a good grammar checker and strictly adhere to the guest post guidelines to get better results.

As of May 2020, my blog receives more than 400,000 visitors per month from more than 80 guest posts I’ve published in 2019.

Updating in 2021: I’ve increased my Domain Rating to 78, published more guest posts, and increased the number of monthly visitors to my blog from 50,000 to over 500,000.

Affiliate links are included in this post to help support my writing at no additional cost to my readers, and I thank you for your support. These, on the other hand, are the most effective tools for making money blogging in 2019. My affiliate disclosure policy is available in my privacy statement.

How to monetize your blog the right way.

The options for making money blogging range from affiliate marketing to ads to one-on-one coaching to consulting to sponsored posts to selling physical products. Some of these sources of income necessitate more traffic than others.

In order to ensure that your blog’s revenue-generating strategy is on track, you need to plan ahead with the right forms of monetization at the right points in its lifecycle.

  1. Make a Timeline for Your Future Blogging Monetization

In the case of a new travel blog, it doesn’t make sense to smother your site in advertisements. To make a profit with these strategies, you’ll need hundreds of thousands of monthly visitors.

In the same way, you shouldn’t jump into affiliate marketing with a slew of links plastered all over the place. One sale may require thousands of visitors to generate affiliate marketing revenue.

It’s possible to earn “passive income” through affiliate marketing, courses, ad revenue, and digital products, but it can take years to achieve this.

What if you want to quit your job in three months and start making money from your blog?

The good news is that this is a good thing.

The most lucrative way to monetize a blog is simple and doesn’t require a lot of traffic to get started.

Each stage of your blog’s growth should be considered when creating your ideal blog monetization timeline.

  • Among the four main areas of study are:
  • High-end consulting can last from one to three months (0-1,000 monthly site visitors).
  • Affiliate marketing: 90-180 days (1,000-2,500 monthly site visitors).
  • Your first online course (5,000+ monthly visitors) will be available in 180-365 days.
  • Course memberships (10,000+ monthly visitors) for 365 days and beyond.

If your blog is brand new and has little traffic, it may seem counterintuitive to begin with consulting. As a result, you’ll be able to secure high-paying clients from the start of your blogging career.

First, we’ll cover the first 90 days and how to build a high-end sales funnel so that you can start making money blogging right away.

  1. Master the Sales Funnel on Your Blog

Your sales funnel will be made up of five primary areas, all of which lead to a $3,000+ consulting deal. It’s possible to focus on lower-priced products like online courses and digital downloads as your traffic increases. A new blog, on the other hand, is best monetized with a high-priced initial offer.

A simple balancing act is required as traffic increases. If your blog is new and has little traffic, you’ll need to charge more to make up for it.

High Price x Low Traffic

  1. As you build your sales funnel, here are the five steps you should follow:
  2. Your high-quality blog content is read by a user who is interested in your high-end product.
  3. For a one-page “freebie,” they sign up for your email list.
  4. Optional: Increase customer confidence by offering a lower-priced option between $50 and $200 (we will add this down the line).
  5. Your automated welcome email series tells a story and leads the reader to schedule a meeting with you….
  6. At last, your ideal B2B customers have agreed to meet with you and pay for your high-end consulting services.
Sequence Test
Sequence Test

Your first five posts, an opt-in “freebie,” an email platform and subscriber list, and a consulting page are all you need to get started.

As a reminder, you’re a business owner and not a blogger.

There are a lot of local businesses that have websites that look like they were made in the 1990s, such as auto mechanics and financial services. Fewer than a thousand visitors are expected to come through their doors each month. As a result of this, their website is bringing in revenue because they are filling a gap in the market and providing a high-quality service.

From the beginning, your blog must offer a product or service that fulfils a demand in the marketplace.

Your new blog’s initial focus should not be on writing a slew of blog posts that no one will read. Just five high-quality pillar posts, one consulting page and one well-tuned sales funnel should suffice. The rest will be handled by your sales efforts.

  1. Become an expert in your high-priced consulting service

For example, when choosing your niche, you must have a well-oiled sales funnel with the goal of converting $3,000+ sales to business customers.

If you want to make money blogging, your primary focus should be on increasing the number of people who visit your consulting page. Keyword research around the terms your high-end business clientโ€™s type into Google should be included on this page, which should be in your top-level navigation.

Use a professional photo of yourself and clear contact information on the page.

Your Consulting page should be strategically linked from your homepage, start here page, about page, and blog posts. You should also include a link to this page in your guest author bio when writing guest posts. 

  1. Use the Magic Email Opt-In Formula

Email marketing software and an on-site email opt-in tool must be used in conjunction when creating your sales funnel if you want to get the most email subscribers.

What’s the secret ingredient?

OptinMonster + ConvertKit 

Bloggers should use ConvertKit for their email marketing needs.

In short, it’s great because…

Sending personalized emails is as simple as building complex email sequences based on the actions of your site visitors. Note: According to 59 percent of customers, personalization influences their purchasing decisions.

In the next step, you can build drip campaigns and connect sequences based on email actions.

Text emails look more professional and do not have annoying branding like with other platforms like MailChimp or Constant Contact.

ConvertKit Automation

Keep in mind that simple text emails will bring in the most money for your website. Don’t sweat the small stuff, like adding your company’s logo or a slew of images.

It’s worth pondering. Sales professionals would use what kind of email to try and get an agreement on a $3,000 deal. The email would be text-based and built on a solid foundation of trust rather than a cold, impersonal sales pitch.

On its own, OptinMonster is one of the best email opt-in tools. You can easily integrate it with your blog and ConvertKit to get more subscribers.

Exit-intent pop-ups, sidebar opt-ins, and even forms embedded within your blog posts can all be created with OptinMonster. Exit intent popups, sidebar opt-ins, and opt-ins at the end of blog posts are all included.

  1. Adopt a more aggressive affiliate marketing strategy.

My favorite way to make money from my blog is through affiliate marketing.

Almost all of the most profitable blogs use affiliate marketing to great effect.

And in order to be a successful affiliate, you must be able to rank for relevant keywords on Google and influence customers’ purchasing decisions. Here it is in all of its glory:

Google -> Your Blog -> Buy.

Confused? Consider a few real-world examples.

When it comes to affiliate marketing, NerdWallet has become a household name. Always at the top of the search results for “best credit cards”:

Best Credits Cards
Best Credits Cards

The best options are listed on their site, with affiliate links to purchase the cards, if you click their link.

Get Preferred Credits Cards
Get Preferred Credits Cards

With a block of SEO-optimized content under each option, the page has a total of 41.

For every “Apply Now” affiliate link clicked, NerdWallet receives a commission from the company that is offering a product or service of interest to the user.

The phrase “best credit cards” is typed into Google’s search engine 182,000 times each month, making this page a passive income generator.

Let’s take a look at a different scenario.

What if I type “best laptops” into Google?

Best Laptops on Google
Best Laptops on Google

Laptop Mag and TechRadar are affiliate blogs in the top two spots.

Here’s what you get if you click on Laptop Mag: Another product recommendation list with affiliate links:

Best laptop you can buy
Best laptop you can buy

Readers who click the “View at Dell” button are redirected to via an affiliate link, and Laptop Mag receives a commission on every sale.

This post is another way for you to earn money without doing any work, given that the term “best laptops” is searched for 112,000 times per month.

In our Google searches, did you notice anything unusual?

None of the companies listed were actually selling the products that appeared in the search results. There was no Capital One or Discover on the first page of results โ€“ only blogs affiliated with those financial institutions. In addition, there was no “best laptop” ranking from Dell, Best Buy, or HP; all of the information came from blogs.

What’s the reason for this?

When people search for the “best” products, they want in-depth posts about the products, not just a list of the products themselves.

They haven’t made up their minds yet. They are looking for a detailed comparison of the various options.

In this way, blogs make money. A search intent mediator is what they do. They generate traffic via search engines, offer advice, and encourage visitors to click on affiliate links.

It’s that easy.

So, where do you begin?

The type of blog posts you should be writing are transactional in nature, so get to work on that.

Remember that your blog serves as a conduit between you and your readers. Rather than just writing articles for the sake of writing them, you should focus on creating content that will help you make money and encourage people to make purchases.

When it comes to blogging, how much money can you actually earn?

In a variety of ways, bloggers are making a profit. Some bloggers earn seven figures a year or more, while others make next to nothing. Many bloggers advise you to aim for recurring income of $2,000 per month within a year. However, I was able to generate $17k in monthly recurring revenue in the first 90 days thanks to the monetization strategies outlined below.

That being said, let’s get to work generating revenue from your website.

With your blog’s target audience in mind and content outsourcing in place, you’re ready to start making money from it. Learn how much money you can make in just 90 days by starting a blog.

When it comes to blogging, how much money can you actually earn?

In a variety of ways, bloggers are making a profit. Some bloggers earn seven figures a year or more, while others make next to nothing. Many bloggers advise you to aim for recurring income of $2,000 per month within a year. However, I was able to generate $17k in monthly recurring revenue in the first 90 days thanks to the monetization strategies outlined below.

That being said, let’s get to work generating revenue from your website.

With your blog’s target audience in mind and content outsourcing in place, you’re ready to start making money from it. Learn how much money you can make in just 90 days by starting a blog.

You’ll need the following things before you begin:

  • Getting started with WordPress on Bluehost is the best way to ensure success.
  • You want to promote five of your most important blog posts.
  • Every single web page has been finished, including the about page, the contact page and the consulting page as well as the resources page and the email subscription page.
  • Set up with opt-ins in your sidebar (as well as in blog posts), as well as at the point of exit.
  • Using ConvertKit and OptinMonster, an email sales funnel with a welcoming email series.
  • Your guest post pipeline will benefit from having a content marketing writer or freelancer on hand to assist.

It is time to get started on your 90-day blog monetization plan once you’ve completed these tasks.

When it comes to making money blogging, you’ll notice that this strategy involves a lot of outreaches.

You can maximize the impact of your original content, sales funnel, and blog posts if you build relationships and get backlinks from other websites.

Outreach to influencers, professional networks, and high-end client personas are among the most important targets.

You need to start growing your blog like a startup within 90 days.

Make some serious, life-altering cash by blogging.

It’s important to note that this blog post only covers the first four weeks of your blogging journey. A complete 90-day plan to make $10k in 90 days is available for free if you sign up for my email list below. “

How to make money blogging should be viewed as a series of steps.

The only way to make $10,000 per month in residual income from your blog is to do one of the following:

At $50 a sale, you can sell 200 affiliate marketing products in one month. B. Close a few high-end consulting contracts. Is it easier to do? In comparison, the consulting option only requires a small amount of expertise and an effective sales funnel to get started.


You can double your blog’s revenue potential by focusing on market factors and B2B components.

Increased backlink acquisition and Domain Authority are achieved by increasing the size of your content strategy, conducting SEO site audits, and outsourcing some of the writing process (DA).

You can make life-changing money as a blogger in 90 days rather than five years by using high-end blog monetization strategies from the start.

By the end of the first year of my new blog, I was making $35k/month, had 7.1k backlinks from 1,000 new referring domains, increased my Domain Rating from 0 to 73, and increased my traffic from 0 to 250,000+ readers/month by using these strategies.

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