Thank you for sharing such a constructive intentional post for upcoming bloggers. I need this so badly. I am not working out how bloggers become profitable by being a blogger. Are they saleing their articles or saleing items on their page?Do their page make money from the folks vacationing it?If so, who would pay them and what are good prices or normal rates for bloggers?How often do they are looking to post as a way to generate income?How many audience and/or subscribers do I need if you want to quit my job?Sorry for the whole questions. Please know earning money is NOT my sole goal for running a blog.
I just want a complete working out. You are the first blog or anything online I’ve ever left a comment for…lol. I’ve reading a wide variety of blogs and for some reason yours was the 1st one that in fact replied some questions for me. I love that your blog is set Asian food cus living in Hawaii we’ve Asian delicacies galore, and I love Asian food, I’m eating pho’, while typing this. I am on the brink of starting a blog myself, and I’m excited that I found yours…even simply to check out some recipes. I still have a loooong way to go with the blogging world, but I’m a lover of learning at heart, and your blog is an proposal!Mahalo,JaneyHi Angela, I try to have about 3 4 weeks written and able to post in case another kind of work comes up.
This way, I don’t should stress about keeping up with the blog. It was quite challenging when I was operating full time, I failed over and once more and got really annoyed at myself for it. I think if you’re employed full time, it’s important to have practical expectancies about what which you could and can’t do for the blog – that’s where I failed miserably at it. I tried to post too often instead of preserving a steady flow. It’s more essential to remain constant, despite the fact that it means you can only post 2 3 times a month – the repay is much better in the long run.