As blogging becoming so popular nowadays, earn money online wouldn’t be complete without introducing this. I briefly touched blogging in my previous posts. After realizing the potential to make money with blogs, I decided to pursue this topic even further. In fact, I am making good money from this blog. If I can do it, so can you!
I recently came across a blogging course, called “John Yeo’s Bloggers Paycheck“. I think it is very well written and very descriptive. I would recommend this course to anyone who is starting to start a blog/website or anyone who wants to earn money from their blogs. So if you are generating a very good income from your blogs already, then this course is not for you.
I will give a brief John Yeo’s Bloggers Paycheck Review in this post. But first of all who is John Yeo? He started blogging in 2006 as a complete beginner. After years of experimenting and hardworking, he turned his first blog Romance-fire.com into one of the most successful wedding blogs in the industry. Now he is sharing the experience with you and is going to help you step by step to create a successful website.
John Yeo’s Blogger’s Paycheck course contains 5 Volumes.
Volume 1 teaches you how to set up your blog completely from scratch. The explanation is very easy to understand even for people who have no experience at all. John Yeo also gives some advice picking the topic of your blog and writing blog posts. If you are lazy and don’t like to write, the course shares where you can find other people to write posts for you.
Volume 2 teaches you how to bring traffic to your site and also how to track the info. Several traffic sources are introduced and places where you can submit your site for free. You will also learn how to exchange links with other webmasters to get more traffic and higher search engine rankings.
Volume 3 is about Marketing Online. This volume’s purpose is to help you gain a even bigger exposure to your blog. Some topics include Reaching your target audience, free advertising, email marketing, building an online community, search engine optimization and branding.
Volume 4 teaches you how to monetize your blog, basically how to make money from your site. John Yeo mostly talked about selling links and where to find sponsors to advertise on your site. He shared several sites where you can find potential link buyers. I find them very useful.
Volume 5 shares 16 tips for your long term success, like advice on time management and how to maximize your efforts.
Overall, I would say John Yeo’s Bloggers Paycheck is a very decent course for beginner and some intermediate level bloggers. If you have been blogging for years and have been making decent money from your blogs as well, then you probably already know the stuff he’s talking about.
I wish you good luck on making money with your blogs.