Do you have a blog? Why did you start that blog? I am fairly active in several blogging groups and there is such a diversity of people of various ages, backgrounds and motivations who call themselves bloggers. Precious few make any money blogging. Most of those would say that they don’t do it for the money. Yet, with a few tweaks here and there they could actually learn to blog for money.
Is there anything wrong with just writing for the pleasure? No, of course not! In fact if you start a blog and it gives you no pleasure, then you will likely soon abandon it. I have abandoned a few myself! I believe that one of the secrets in learning to blog for money is choosing your niche well.
I know a person who created a website with over 350 blog posts and never made a cent. Nobody writes 350 articles unless they are truly motivated and honestly love what they are writing about. Still, we all have to make an income and as long as you are not compromising your ideals in any way then there is nothing wrong with learning to blog for money!
On the other extreme are the people whose blog is one commercial after another. They receive free goods and write about them. That’s one way to get paid but then you have to keep on doing it over and over again.
Maybe I’m a little old fashioned but I prefer the cold hard cash! And I’m not talking about someone paying me to write an article, again that is trading my time for dollars. I’m talking about learning to blog for money in a way that pays you over and over again for years.
Almost three years ago an ad came across my newsfeed on Facebook. That ad showed a woman who lived in a mobile home and she had just upgraded to a cute little bungalow. I was intrigued by it because I was being bombarded with ads that showed people who earned money online and were apparently buying mansions and driving big black fancy cars. I had even fallen for some of those ads and paid for expensive courses and I still didn’t make a cent!
Robin’s Pajama Affiliates course was the polar opposite of these. There were no promises of easy money and lavish incomes. She shared what she was earning and said she would show how she did it. It was so opposite of what I had already been exposed to that I thought it had to be real! I am so glad that I took that chance! Not only was Robin Cockrell very real, I was soon earning actual dollars. And there were no monthly fees and upsells and now you need this $1000 item or that $500 tool. Robin keeps all her courses at an affordable level and I have even heard that she lets people who are struggling buy on layaway! She holds crazy sales and sometimes her courses are cheaper than a Starbucks drink and pastry order!
I have been in Robins small Facebook group for almost 3 years now. In that time I have made tens of thousands of dollars as a direct result of things she has taught me. Just yesterday I went and paid cash for a new $700 clothes dryer using my ‘Amazon money’. Three years ago that would have not been possible!
If you are not sure about taking this plunge even though the course prices are so low, then why not come into the Facebook group and just check us out for awhile? The group is free and even just being there you will probably learn something you didn’t know. It would be nice if you let them know I sent you but if not, that’s ok too!
I can’t finish this without mentioning Robin’s new partner, Lesley Stevens. She is the icing to Robin’s cake. I have always called Lesley the Amazon Queen! She makes more Amazon commissions in November and December than most people make in a regular job all year. Lesley has done the content for the Amazon Masterclass and some of the Blogging modules and I learn something new every time I look at it!
This link will take you to Robin’s site where you can get an idea of the courses that are available. Looking is free, the Facebook group is free. And the courses are really affordable. And there is no pressure.
Who knows, maybe you will look back in three years and be writing a thank you article just like this one!
Thanks Robin and Lesley, I’ll always be grateful!