You know blogging is good for business:
- provides valuable content to your ideal clients,
- improves your search engine rankings when done consistently and
- generates revenue.
Most business owners get the first two, it’s the last one that many struggle with and what we’re discussing today.
Here are 3 ways my blog generates revenue:
- Logging into my business checking account this morning, I saw another deposit from Amazon. This one was for royalties from my blog. My blog is on Amazon and when people sign up for it, I get paid.
- While sharing information on a specific topic, if I have a program or product related to that topic, I include an “ad” for the product. Passive revenue at its best.
- And, of course, the credibility my blog creates through both consistency and content leads to more consults and more paying clients.
- Add your blog to Amazon (see link in #1 above);
- take 30 – 60 minutes a week to go through your blog (better yet, ask your team to do it) and, where it makes sense, link to programs, products or other blog posts; and
- create a blog posting schedule to keep you on track – and always repurpose your content.
As always, if you have any questions, please comment below.