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How To Make Money Blogging: How I Replaced My Day Job With My Blog Paperback – August 1, 2010
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Bob Lotich used his passion for personal finance to create ChristianPF.com in 2007 and currently serves as the editor of a team of 10+ writers. The site has seen over 15 Million visitors since it's inception and is home to nearly 2000 personal finance articles.
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This is one of the best book I have ever read on how to monetize blogging. I have used most of the advice that Bob gave in this book, and I got some results.
How to make money Blogging gives the basic building blocks to start blogging until the site generates money. A person who is new to blogging will find this book helpful because the steps are very simple to follow.
Throughout the book Bob tries to reinforce that blogging is simple and getting money from it is not rocket science.
As someone who had been blogging for years, the most helpful chapters for me are the last five chapters. They helped me to prepare and adjust my blog to be one of the top blogs. Traffic increased and also the income.
On the other hand as a greenhorn, you wouldn't probably have known what to look for.
If you have no idea what blogging is, not mentioning making money from it, this book may serve you well.
If you were savvy enough to establish your own blog and publish a few posts don't bother with the lecture. You will waste your time. On the positive note, the book is very short, so you won't waste much time.
I actually liked the author's approach: to the point and without an ounce of fluff. He was honest about what's covered in the book and what's not. He clearly spoke from the experience, it wasn't a fluff book written by a ghostwriter. It was also well formatted and edited.