50 Cool Ways To Make Passive Income From Your Blog-
Want to find out how to earn passive income from blogging and some of the coolest ways to make passive income from your blog? Learn how to make money from your blog in little to no time.
Earning money from your blog while your sleep is easier than ever!
Being able to finally quit my job and work from home and be my own boss has always been a dream of mine for several reasons.
We all have different reasons for wanting to work from home:
Creating a small business + being your own boss= not having to hit that time clock.
Wanting to spend more time with your child(ren) + family.
Being able to travel anywhere in the world (and take your work with you) and have more time freedom.
All the ways to make money from your blog that you will find here cost little to no money to set up. In most cases you will only need:
Access to wifi/internet
The good news is that you will already have most of these things if you are reading this.
But if you really want to earn a substantial income, you need to make sure you treat the idea you choose as your own business: you will need to create a routine and establish your own schedule. Make sure you set aside time in your day and organize your calendar.
Not having a boss breathing down your neck isn’t an excuse to neglect your home-based project!
The amazing thing when you set up your own business is that you will be in charge of your own success. And it’s really possible to start making up to $100,000 within a year or two.
If you are ready to earn passive income from blogging then let’s get started!
CREATE + SELL VIRTUAL PRODUCTS:
e-book templates (grab mine here!)
Start with shopping websites:
Private Affiliate Programs
Sponsored Social Content
Private boot camps
Online boot camps
Promoting physical business
Ready to start making money from your blog?
Here you have them: the best easy ways to make money from home!
Starting this blogwas the best decision I made in a very long time, and I couldn’t be happier to have found the freedom and satisfaction to have my own business.
I hope some of these money-making ideas will inspire you to create your own future!
And if you need any help to get started, let me know in the comments!
The Ultimate Top 20 Affordable Gift Guide for Moms This Holiday Season
Top 20 Must-Have Gifts for Moms This Holiday Season
It’s beginning to look a lot like SHOPPPPPPPING!
How is it possible that Christmas is NEXT MONTH?! I’m not kidding when I say this year has gone by incredibly fast! Do you KNOW what that means?! It’s time to start your annual Christmas/Holiday shopping! Does the thought of Black Friday Shopping have you in puddles? Not sure what to spoil your mom with? No stress, my Top 20 Must-Have Gifts for Moms This Holiday Season will totally calm those nerves.
Whether you are in full holiday shopping mode or just taking a glimpse of alllll the sales starting, I wanted to start a live gift guidepost to make things easier + less stressful for you!
It is safe to say that many of us will rely on online shopping more than ever this year! Which means SALES!
In this Holiday Gift Guide, you will find my best selection of things for her. These trending Amazon finds are the perfect gifts for moms They aren’t too sentimental, but also VERY useful. All have pretty awesome reviews too!
If you happen to need some last-minute gifts, Amazon Prime is the way to go! There are tons of highly-rated products out there that EVERYONE will love. The prices are always incredible and you cannot beat the free returns.
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The ultimate guide to creating a stylish e-book in Canva.
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Are you thinking of creating a hot freebie (lead magnet) for your readers? If you want to create a superb e-book but don’t know where to start – or you’re wondering if it’s even possible- you’re in the right place. A free e-book or email course is a great way to get people to subscribe to your blog and build your email list. Click here to see just how important it is to create your email list. Plus, who doesn’t like free things?!
I have subscribed to several blogs in the past to get a free e-book on a topic I was interested in.
Whether you are tech-savvy, you can still quickly create your e-book or e-course in Canva; I always encourage my blog coaching clients to get started with Canva as it is very beginner-friendly.
Check out Shop for my E-book template to save you time while creating bomb content. In my Etsy Template shop, you will find a variety of Social Media templates, E-book templates, New client contracts, and more! Be sure to tag me on Insta + show me how much you love your new product!
Ready to learn how to create an e-book in Canva?! Let’s get started!
HERE ARE 5 STEPS TO CREATE AN E-BOOK IN CANVA:
Step 1: Pick a topic
Decide on what you are going to write about. It has to be relevant to your blog and valuable enough for someone to want to subscribe. Is your eBook helping someone (solving a problem)? Plan, write and give it your best. Type it in word or google docs and then copy and paste it to Canva.
Step 2: Sign up/Sign in
Go to create a design
Step 3: Pick a template
Depending on your preference, you can use an e-book, A4, or magazine template. It doesn’t matter unless you plan to sell it on Amazon Kindle.
Step 4: Customize the template.
Let’s pick A4. You have a blank page. You can either customize the templates on your left or create your cover page from scratch. After you are done, click on add page. Then, style the page and click duplicate below the page number to create a consistent look.
Tap the image below to watch a short tutorial on creating an eBook in Canva.
Step 5: Download
Choose PDF standard or PDF for print if you would like to print. InDesign is recommended if you would love to publish your e-book.
I would love to see what you made. Feel free to share your work in the comments. Bonus Tips: 1. Make sure the text is legible on your cover and other pages.
You can achieve this by adding a transparent shape or layer over your text or softening the image. You can also use contrast (dark on light, light on dark) to make the words pop more. 2. Give them their next action step.
What is the most essential page other than your cover page? The call-to-action page. Remember to include one call to action on the last page. Think about what you want your reader to do next. 3. Split and merge
To make editing your e-book faster, and for e-books over 30 pages long, you can divide your e-book into sections and use a program like PDF Merge, Easy PDF, or Small PDF to combine your e-book into one design.
Let’s face it, if you’re an online business owner, your business needs a blog. for various reasons. I know what you’re probably thinking…”Brit…arent blogs dead? They’re so 2008.” Your business needs a blog to draw in new potentials buying customers and increase your traffic and Google ranking. If 2020 has taught us anything, is that everything and anything can change at any point in time. You already do a LOT of work on your products, social media, and general customer inquiries. A blog is just another thing to add to your to-do list. I get it, you’re super busy chasing your dreams and kiddos and you’re not a blogger. However, a blog is one of the best tools you can use to give your brand so much value beyond what social media or your shop can provide.
If you’re not already blogging as a brand owner (or outsourcing the heavy lifting), you may want to consider how adding a blog to your digital marketing plan can simplify your sales funnels and bring clients to your virtual doorstep. Don’t you think you could use a win like that?
Customers that are shopping at small boutiques love a good “why” story – they want to know who you are, why you got started, and see how you live; But they also want to know, “What’s in it for us?” How will this product help me [save time, cook faster, entertain better, feel pretty, fit my closet]? Find a problem and offer a solution.
While social media often gives them a good glimpse into your life, I always encourage small business or shop owners to consider a blog for several reasons: it allows you to share a peek behind the business, provide unique value to your customers, show how you interact with the product and that you are involved and hands-on, and be a consistent voice throughout your brand. Full transparency is encouraged.
Did I forget to mention it’s also a game-changer for traffic?
Because it is.
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Here are 4 Reasons Why Your Online Business Needs a Blog:
1. Provides a permanent home base + and a trusting place to connect with consumers.
Social media is always changing and some platforms may even disappear one day(please not Pinterest!). If you are an online business/shop owner and don’t have a blog or website, you risk building your business on a platform that may not be around in a year or so. Your blog will be a place that can grow and change along with technology updates + algorithms; and the best part, you own it.
This is especially true for Etsy sellers as you do not own your platform! Etsy could make changes tomorrow that affect your business and you would not have a “home” to call your own.
If you want to set up a blog, I highly recommend “>BlueHost for hosting – it’s what I currently use and love with my WordPress site. Once you set up your main site, you can simply connect your Etsy shop and Pinterest with a quick link. Need help? I offer Blog Set-Up services.
2. Builds Trust
By sharing helpful information around your business you become more valuable to your customers, which creates a deeper meaningful relationship; rather than a simple transactional one. Depending on your business, it’s important to remember that “helpful” can mean many different things. Put yourself in your customers’ shoes for a moment and look for ways you can provide value to them. Treat it as if you were swapping ideas with a friend.
Sell your own printables?
Provide tips on how to save time, money, and energy. Offer printables such as planners, meal planners, budget planners, chore charts, etc.
Sell delicate handmade products?
Provide tips on how to care for the product, how to travel, how to store, etc.
3. Improves your site’s SEO (search engine optimization)
Google is that friend that is always looking for better plans. It’s always looking towards the future of what future trends may arise. It wants the best information to match an individual’s question and prefers sites with pages that are updated frequently, rather than static pages.
The more resources you can provide to your ideal customer, the better your site could rank in search. Think of commonly asked questions or concerns your customers face either before making their purchase or ideas for use once they bring it home; and craft a few blog posts to help answer them in detail.
4. Capitalize on Pinterest’s powerful potential
This is the big one. Pinterest is one of the best ways to drive traffic because a) pins are evergreen, unlike social media posts they live on for months; b) users are using Pinterest specifically to plan their shopping (67% of users have checked Pinterest while shopping to buy something they’ve pinned).
By creating more content to share and promote, outside of just screaming buy-buy-buy, you’re building a relationship with your current and potential customers. And if you’re providing valuable or interesting articles, others may share on Pinterest, which will drive referral traffic your way; which in turn, leads those customers to buy-buy-buy!
For many bloggers, Pinterest is one of their top referral sources (join me in the pinning here!). It also provides a permanent home to showcase gift guides that can easily be shared on Pinterest during the holidays, as well as other valuable information during your busiest (and often most profitable) time of year.
Pinterest has single-handedly been the difference between me getting a couple of hundred page views a month, to several hundred page views a day. The best part? I schedule a majority of my pins in advance so it’s really an easy set it + forget it form of promotion. YAY. ( One of the main ways I scaled to 6 million monthly viewers within months.)
If you’re brand new to the idea of blogging or not sure how to get your blog off the ground, I really recommend checking out my blog coaching services. It’s a fantastic step-by-step plan that walks you through effective strategies and actionable ideas to create a better blog. Setting yourself up with a strong foundation from the start will make everything so much easier.