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Most Popular Posts on ProBlogger 2014: Monetization

Posted By Stacey Roberts 15th of December 2014 General 0 Comments

We’ve covered so much ground here on ProBlogger this year, and much of it about monetization – here are the top five posts this year in that category. Have you made the changes you read about in these posts? Which ones did you miss? Take this chance now to catch up – or pin it for future reference.

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Image via Flickr user Susy Morris

Image via Flickr user Susy Morris

1. Making the Impossible Possible: How I Created a Full-Time Blogging Income with No Qualifications

It seems like Stacey Corrin’s story of turning her passion into profit in just three months was a hit with you guys. And who can blame it – the majority of readers here want to make some kind of income from their blogs, and full-time seems like the jackpot. Some great tips in this post from someone who has been there, done that.

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2. How I Doubled My Unique Visitors in Six Months (and Tripled Them in a Year)

This is a post I wrote after seeing tremendous growth on my personal blog in 2012. Some real, practical take-home strategies you can do today to boost your traffic.

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3. 9 World-Class Bloggers Share Their #1 List-building Tip

A few famous faces gave their top tip for creating the best email list possible. Everything from content to plugins and download incentives is covered.

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4. Partnering with Brands Theme Week: Ways to Collaborate and Earn an Income on Your Blog

Aussie super-blogger Nikki Parkinson of Styling You gives the lowdown on how to make a brand-blog collaboration really shine. Nikki’s advice on ways to work together and how to get brands on side are not to be missed.

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5. The Ultimate Guide to Creating a Media Kit

Another one from our Working With Brands Theme Week – everything you need to know to create a kickass media kit, all in one place. Remember – less is more!

 

Did you catch these throughout the year? Have you found the tips useful? I’d love to chat!

Stacey is the Managing Editor of ProBlogger.net: a writer, blogger, and full-time word nerd balancing it all with being a stay-at-home mum. She writes about all this and more at Veggie Mama. Chat with her on Twitter @veggie_mama (cat pictures welcome!).

About Stacey Roberts
Stacey Roberts is the Managing Editor of ProBlogger.net: a writer, blogger, and full-time word nerd balancing it all with being a stay-at-home mum. She writes about all this and more at Veggie Mama. Chat with her on Twitter @veggie_mama, follow on Pinterest for fun and useful tips, peek behind the curtain on Instagramand Snapchat, listen to her 90s pop culture podcast, or be entertained on Facebook.
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  1. So happy to tweet this Stacey. Folks seem to be most interested in monetizing their blog, and if you really want to rake in that sweet, sweet cash, you’ll blog to free yourself, and to free your audience…..because blogging to make money puts your energy in the wrong space. Money does not send you money. People send you money. Blog to free them, and you’ll monetize your blog effectively. Fab list of resources here, and I gotta say, I really dug Stacy C’s blog because she’s a friend and member of my tribe. Really fun read and oh so inspiring because she shows that we can succeed online with a fairly quick turnaround if we’re really clear on our direction.

    The inner game is where it’s at, and when you get your mindset down the possibilities really become tremendously limitless….if that’s even a term LOL! If you can get super, super clear on why you’re blogging and if you can detach from money outcomes, and focus mainly on sharing value and connecting with leaders from your niche, you’ll have learned the secret of money blogging: money finds people who don’t look for money, life-wise and blogging-wise. Or, if you devote most of your energies to creating and connecting – the 2 C’s – you’ll have few problems opening up income streams.

    The income streams will open, and money will flow through them and your blog, to you, because of all the value you created and because of all of the connections you made. I found that my coaching and freelance writing businesses, as well as my eBooks, well, they grew in proportion to the number and quality of my connections with bloggers as well as the value I brought to the table. You get what you give to others, in essence, or in truth, and the more I leave in depth, quality comments on top shelf blogs like this one, well, folks and prospering opportunities seem to find me with increasing ease. It’s a wonderful, wonderful cycle, so I’ll stay on board and keep up with the creating and connecting, because these days it feels quite effortless to me.

    Loved the list, and your generous sharing.

    As noted, tweeting now from paradise!

    Ryan

  2. I am looking forward to digging into these posts but more importantly, you did it! I am so proud of you for making a quality pinnable image at the beginning of this post. You have finally made my life easier in sharing the goodness that is ProBlogger with my community.

    Thank you!

  3. Oh wow, I’m honored to be featured at the #1 spot! I had no idea when submitting my post that it would resonate so much with people. It’s been a really humbling experience and I can’t thank everyone who has shared the post around. What an awesome line-up of amazing content.

  4. Oh thanks so much – glad my post was useful to the Problogger community!

  5. Stacey to Stacey. What a wonderful combination. Nope, ‘Twoderful’ combo.

    Stacey Corrin having read you article I must I was truly inspired.
    And if that one writing inspires one person-you can be sure it inspires others.

    Stacey the Ed, thanks for sharing this awesome article. Do have an awesome Christmas

  6. Thanks Peter.

  7. Thanks for posting this. This is great.

  8. This is a great article – thanks so much for sharing this roundup of monetization posts in 2014! Can’t wait to dig in.

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