I made some time recently to read through Daniel Scocco’s new free ebook, “Make Money Blogging.” Let me tell you that it was worth the time. influencer marketing You may have heard of Daniel’s Scocco’s blog , Daily Blog Tips, or perhaps even visited the site before. It’s a great blog, packed with information for the beginner blogger to the advanced blogger.
I have also been quite happy with my purchase of a high quality product Scocco recently recommended, MBP Ninja Affiliate. The guy knows what he is talking about.
First of all, did I mention this ebook is free? Oh yeah, I did. If you’re looking for a blogging primer to kick-start your creativity or small business, this is the book to read. On the other hand, if you’ve been blogging a while, this book has some genuine nuggets of wisdom that you don’t want to miss.
Introduction & First Few Chapters Daniel truly starts at the beginning of building a blog, so newbies can safely read this book and know where to start. Scocco lays it out for you so you don’t make the same mistakes other bloggers make. You really get some solid information here.
Scocco is a champion of Wordpress, so if that’s your blogging platform of choice, you’re even better suited to read this ebook.
Making Money Blogging Takes Work Scocco is quick to emphasize the hard work it takes, day in and day out, to initially get your blog to make money. It doesn’t happen overnight like some of those scorpion internet marketers out there want you to believe—just use their insert name magic product and you’ll be a millionaire by midnight.
Huh-uh. Nope. And Scocco doesn’t sugarcoat it for you. Here’s a guy making good money blogging, giving away some of his best secrets. You just gotta read this!
BRANDING – SOCIAL – TRUST – TRAFFIC – AUTHORITY – SELL! I think to some extent Scocco’s book would agree with that headline. There’s a lot you need to do with your blog before you should even think about selling something on it. The ebook talks about authority posts, getting backlinks, guest posting and even a recommendation on how often to post.
If you want to learn even more about guest posting, see Chris Garrett’s Guest Posting workbook, which I’ve mentioned before.
Layout and Look & Feel The ebook is also laid out flawlessly as a PDF and reads very easily, quite pleasing to the eye with big type and lots of white space. There are plenty of helpful images and even links to free resouorces.