Social media marketing means promoting your website through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social networks. This is a highly effective way to build fans, to interact with your visitors and to gain more visitors to your site.
If you’re at all interested in becoming a blogger and quitting your day job, then you should go with that feeling.
Many of us toy with the idea of working online and quitting our jobs but very few have the nerve to set out and actually make it happen. This is a big shame however, as really there’s nothing to lose and everything to gain. In this article, we’ll look at how you can overcome the fear and the apprehension holding you back and dive in to become a blogger.
When your blog starts going well, you might decide it’s time to give up the day job and go ‘full time’. This is an excellent feeling and a great moment – all of a sudden you’re able to enjoy true financial freedom and passive income and you’ll never have to make a busy commute into work at 7am again!
‘Growth hacking’ is a popular buzz word on the web at the moment and for obvious reasons. The idea behind growth hacking is to ‘hack’ or ‘cheat’ the usual growth trajectory of any new blog and thereby get to the point where you’re bringing in thousands of hits a day long before you normally would. Growing a blog is a matter of following a set system and as with any system, there are ways to ‘game’ the process and shortcuts to be found.
Perhaps the most important decision you’ll make when creating your blog and starting to earn money online, is deciding what niche (subject) you want to focus on. What topic do you want to be writing about day in and day out for the next several months? What subject out there has a big enough audience but isn’t too competitive? What subject is highly monetizable?