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How to Make Money From Your Blog

May 4, 2006 by  

Steve Pavlina is making $200 per day from blogging. He detailed his experience in a yet another seriously long article which explains how he did it.

I’ve read several of Steve’s other articles and found that he has his own ways of doing things. While some people may not necessarily agree with all his opinions, at the end of the day, it just goes to show that there’s more than one way to skin a cat

This is one of the longer one about making money from blogging. The discussion ranges from your intention for blogging, to getting traffic to picking your niche.

He concluded with a paragrapgh on Blogging lifestyle:

Perhaps the best part of generating income from blogging is the freedom it brings. I work from home and set my own hours. I write whenever I’m inspired to write (which for me is quite often). Plus I get to spend my time doing what I love most — working on personal growth and helping others do the same. There’s nothing I’d rather do than this.

Perhaps it’s true that 99 out of 100 people can’t make a decent living from blogging yet. But maybe you’re among the 1 in 100 who can.

If you got time to spare, head over to his blog, get comfortable and absorb :)

Read more: How to Make Money From Your Blog

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7 Comments »

Comment by Thilak
2006-05-06 18:23:03

Your Right !!

I completely agree with you. But the problem with the rest 99 people is that they don’t write content but they steal em

 
Comment by earn money
2009-03-16 13:33:27

ya i agree with u.
time is the money

 
2009-11-23 00:23:36

Nice share, Thanks it’s very useful

 
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