I don’t care if you’ve been blogging for five minutes, five months, or five years, you need to be tracking your blogging finances!
If you are consistently keeping track of the money coming in and out of your blog, you’ll know what strategies are and aren’t working.
You’ve spent most of your time building your blog so that it ranks on the first pages in search engines, increasing your domain authority score and attracting a lot of page views.
That’s it, right? Not so fast. With all the time and energy you put into your blog, wouldn’t it be nice if you could make a little money with it?
Not so long ago, people would have likely laughed at you if you told them that blogging was your full-time job, but nowadays it’s so popular that it’s pretty much the norm. It doesn’t matter where you’re from, how old you are, or what you believe, if you have access to a computer, then you can be a blogger.
Entrepreneur. Running your own business, being your own boss, and loving every step of the way. It’s the dream right?
It’s officially 2018 which means there’s a brand new year of blogging ahead! 2017 was definitely a crazy year because I officially launched Broke Young And Scraping By in September not knowing anything about the blogging world and here I am almost a year later with a list of goals and a hell of a lot of motivation!
Interaction and views. These are probably some of the most basic and universal blogger struggles that ever blogger no matter how big or small goes through.
Whenever I tell someone that I’m a blogger the first thing out of their mouth is always “You can make money blogging?!”. Yes! I know it’s crazy to think that something as simple as writing words online can generate a real income but it’s true!