While some might think that starting a blog is an arduous effort, when you understand the precise steps you need to take, it becomes far easier. It all starts in the decision of choosing a profitable niche and picking the right domain name. From there, you need to build your offers. You can easily sell things like mini-email courses, training sessions and ebooks.
Dosh: An up-and-comer among cash back apps, Dosh is quickly earning a reputation for offering some of the strongest cashback offers in the space. Pay with your linked card at 1,000s of stores and restaurants, and get up to 10% cashback automatically in your Dosh Wallet (in addition to a $10 sign up bonus). Refer your friends to Dosh and get $5 for each one who signs up and links a verified card.
Ebooks can be a hard path to online success too, from my personal experience but as you rightly said, it can be a great gateway vehicle to drive traffic to other monetized sites. Having said that though, getting your ebook on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Lulu, Smaswords etc., is a great way to get noticed and make money overtime. An arresting e-book cover is a MUST! And if you are a DIY freak like me, you could do your own e-book cover for $0. I also use a graphic design software similar to Philip’s.
Your blogging journey begins with an idea. This is an early make-or-break decision for your blog – if it’s not entirely unique, your idea must at least be sharper and more compelling than your competitors’. You should know your blog’s subject matter cold – ideally from personal experience or formal training – and have no trouble writing fluently about it.
They’re bummed out that they couldn’t get the tickets they wanted due to this unforeseen problem. But if you bought the tickets beforehand, now you have the opportunity to sell the tickets. You can bump up the price since the tickets are sold out. And the person who buys the tickets will be grateful. They weren’t able to buy them before but with their paycheck in the bank, they can now.