Niche Blogging is a great way to earn money on line for a number of reasons:
* You can write about topics that you already know about
* You can blog anytime – day or night
* Writing a post takes just a few minutes
* Once your blog is up, it requires very little maintenance
* Niche Blogs earn Passive Income
Don’t get me wrong, now. Niche Blogging takes a lot of work. You have to be committed and it takes awhile to see results. But once you DO start seeing those results, it has a snowball effect.
A lot of people start out in Niche Blogging thinking they’re going to do it faster and better than anyone else and they’re going to get rich RIGHT NOW! If that’s what you’re thinking, then I wish you well.
Amy Bass, creator of The Niche Blogger Membership Site, worked on her Niche Blogs for a year, steadily growing her content and her traffic. She’s a stay at home mom with 4 kids, so you know she had to work on her blogs while juggling housework, laundry, cooking, and play dates. She spent a lot of nights at the computer while everyone else slept. She did a lot of her blogging with a baby on her lap. In fact, in her instructional videos for The Niche Blogger Program, you can hear her children in the background!
But she had a goal – she wanted her family to be debt free within 2 years. She was committed to her plan and she was driven to succeed. And you have to be, too.
At the end of her first year of blogging, Amy was making $5,000.00 a month!
Darren Rowse, author of “ProBlogger: Secrets for Blogging Your Way to a Six-Figure Income, started on his path to successful niche blogging in November of 2002. While working at 3 other jobs!
Again, Darren had a goal – he wanted to be a full-time blogger. And he was also driven to succeed. Who wouldn’t rather work their own schedule, from home, than go out and set up circuses! (He hasn’t explained that one yet!)
At the end of 3 1/2 years of blogging through the night, blogging on his days off, and probably blogging in his sleep!, Darren was able to quit all of his other jobs and become a Full-Time Blogger because he was making over $100,000.00 a year from it! His highly successful AND educational blog about blogging can be found at ProBlogger.net.
My point is, if you are committed to your goal of earning money on line, and if you are driven to succeed, Niche Blogging is the best way to go.
You can set up a blog with 50 or 60 posts, put some ads on it, then just leave it alone and let it work for you. Niche blogs are like little 24/7 salesman, they’re always out there working, even when you’re NOT. Sure, you go check up on them occasionally, add a few posts here and there, but you don’t have to be there 8 or 9 hours a day 5 or 6 days a week. Once your blog is up, it stays up and continues to earn you passive income whether you’re there or not.
Amy and Darren, and most other successful bloggers, have more than one blog running. Sometimes twenty, or fifty or more. And yes, the more blogs you have up, the more time you’re going to spend at it. But there are still only 24 hours a day, and you’ll still only be working a percentage of those hours.
But YOU determine how many hours a day you work and what days you work. If you want to take a month off, do it! Your little blog is still out there working away, earning you passive income. If you want to use your time to create another blog, do it! That other blog is still out there earning you money!