Business Blogging Tool Kit {Day 30}


As a blogger, you are creating original content, which you want tons of people to read, and my step-by-step guide to get paid for your content shows you how.  In the next few months I’m inviting real bloggers who have studied my my workshop, Mom Blog to Money Blog to share their honest, unbiased opinions about the workshop, and you can see for yourself if it’s worth it to shell out the cash.


Mom Blog to Money Blog Review ~ Day 11

I can not tell you how many times a day I get asked questions on how to make money with a blog.  It breaks my heart that I can’t clone myself to give everyone a one-on-one consultation or respond to every email or notification I receive.  Therefore, I sat down for 4 weeks and wrote everything I know about blogging in this course, Mom Blog to Money Blog.

It’s an online workshop with a one-time membership fee, which is a one year membership, no strings attached, and no hidden fees.  It’s straight from my heart spilling all my secrets, with 16 printable checklists, and 21 how-to video’s.  My hope was to make you feel like I was right there next to you and walking you through the process.  {hugs}

So, are you ready to  get paid for your talent and writing writing and bring home the bacon?  I’ll show you how.  {{click the links for more info.}}

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Day Eleven’s focus in the Mom Blog to Money Blog how to make sense out of adsense.  Setting up Google Adsense for your blog is a great revenue stream of passive income ~ especially if you have high page views.  Today I tell you why and show you how with 2 informative videos!  {{knuckle bumps}}

Kids Activities Blog ~ Review of Day 11

Kids Activity Blog

Holly Homer runs Kids Activities Blog because motherhood is fun.  Holly has three boys and knows the necessity for kids to expend energy in positive ways and Kids Activities Blog is all about including play into everyday life.

“I learned that you can make money without a lot of effort!”

I tried Adsense when I first started blogging and only made a few pennies. It gave me the impression that you had to be HUGE to benefit. But what I have found is that with average to above average traffic, you can make money without a lot of effort! I love Laurie for that!

What size ad would you recommend for my third ad in my new blog design?

Question for Laurie:  I am re-designing my blog and want to put space in for three Google Adsense ads. I have a leaderboard and top 300×250 planned. Would you suggest the third be another 300×250 below the fold or should I look at adding the third one as a different size or end of post ad?

Answer by Laurie:  Great question. It really depends on the goals for your site which you’ve decided on during Week 1 of the Mom Blog Money Blog online workshop. Using those goals you’ll have a clear picture on the purpose of your sidebar real estate space. Deciding if you’re using your sidebar to brand, make money, create community, and/or generate traffic will all depend on where you should add the 3rd ad spot. My specific purpose for my sidebar is to generate traffic and make money. Therefore on Tip Junkie, I have it on my sidebar because I’m reserving the space below the post to feature creative women and brand each blog post as Tip Junkie. {especially since Scrappers are stealing my content, Ugh!}

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