While blogging has paved way for people to live a sustainable lifestyle by earning money from writing about something they truly feel passionate about, there’s more to blogging than simply making money off it. At the core of every blog are posts that share helpful and compelling information to a specific audience.
Therefore, if you want to take a slice out of the blogging pie, it’s time to learn how to correctly approach blogging in order to create great content that will allow you to increase blog traffic and build a readership. From here, everything is possible, including generating revenue from your blog.
If you wish to start with blogging or already have a blog but are still struggling with building substantial traffic, then reading the best must-read blog posts about blogging that were published this year.
Last week I had the pleasure to announce the new My Blog Guest – Splashpress Media partnership and we are now opening some of our site for a weekly guest blog feature, also BloggingPro.
To guest post here at BloggingPro you will have to be a member of My Blog Guest and our own Andrew G. Rosen will deal with the submissions and schedule accepted posts.
What is My Blog Guest?
MyBlogGuest has been started by Ann Smarty, a fairly well-known weblogger and social media user. Sheâ€™s been guest blogging and building relationships in the blogosphere long enough to understand the power of a guest post â€“ and thatâ€™s what she wants to share via her little cozy web community. Read More
After many years of existence BloggingPro has become one of the major blogs in the blogging and blog software scene. Of course we plan to continue expanding our horizons and deliver you more blogging news and tips, but that is not all and we here at BP want to deliver our users even more.
In our continuing effort to offer more to our readers, I am happy to announce the addition of the BloggingPro Job Board to the site.
Free Blogger Job Listings
Jobs can be added in three different categories: blogger jobs, blog designers needed and developers needed. Read More