Jumpstart your blogging career

I originally started blogging to complement my copywriting business. While that’s still a huge goal of mine, I also decided to become a professional blogger at the end of April. That is, my aim is to make a living as a blogger.

Even more ambitious, I want to make a full-time living working only part-time (isn’t that everyone’s dream?) Being able to work part-time would help me spend more time with my daughter, without all the worry about money issues. And maybe, just maybe, I’ll be able to homeschool her too.

My first “mentor” in the professional blogging endeavor was, and still is, Yaro Starak of Entrepreneur’s Journey. In March, for instance, Yaro made over $6,000. He continues to make at least $5,000 each month. Part-time.

Yaro’s launching a program called Blog Mastermind, where new bloggers like me (and maybe you) can learn from him in an online mentoring program, have access to a special forum, and ask him questions one-on-one. If you want to get a taste of what he’ll be offering, check out the free report, Blog Profits Blueprint.

I am an affiliate of his program (though this is not a sponsored post), and I highly endorse it. I’ve learned so much from Yaro already. I hope you will too.

Click here to download the Blog Profits Blueprint, and Click here to join the Blog Mastermind Mentoring Program.

5 Responses to “Jumpstart your blogging career”

  1. Blogging, when done right (high-quality content, regular posts, wise use of affiliate marketing tools and TLA), can definitely reel in enough dough. There are a lot of personalities in the blogosphere to emulate — Yaro is definitely one of them. These people made a conscious decision to pursue something that can make them money while doing something they love.

  2. What is SEO says:

    Also having other bloggers read your blog is not all that bad. It could result in some business. For awhile I was bummed that a large chunck of readers for my real estate blog seemed to be other realtors. But now I figure its better than nothing and could result in more business through referrals.

  3. Also having other bloggers read your blog is not all that bad. It could result in some business. For awhile I was bummed that a large chunck of readers for my real estate blog seemed to be other realtors. But now I figure its better than nothing and could result in more business through referrals.

  4. Truck Jobs says:

    Blogging can really add to a nice residual income, if you put in the time and dedication required.
    -Jack

  5. i also vouch for blogmastermind…I’ve also learned so much from Yaro. I hope everyone reading this will give it a shot.

    Cheers

    ~Jake

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