Tell us about JennsBlahBlahBlog.com.
Jenns Blah Blah Blog is a blog filled with product reviews, adventurous travels, fashion, beauty, giveaways and sweepstakes, gadgets and gizmos, parenting tips, life and many other family friendly blah blah’s to keep your up with the latest trends.
When did you start your blog?
How many hours a week do you spend on your site?
Average monthly profit?
I recently left my job because my blog was generating more income with my blog than working as a district manager for a large bank.
Average monthly visitors?
How did/do you grow your visitors?
Once I began to think of my blog as a business my readership grew. Blogging is hard work. There are many unpaid hours in the beginning, but with the right mindset you can accomplish your goals.
I have made a lot of sacrifices for my blog, as I would my job. I now have four writers, and each of my writers care about Jenns Blah Blah Blog as much as I do and it shows. We take time to get to know our readers, by using social media outlets, as well as responding to comments. Really for us it has been developing a relationship with our readers, being ourselves, sharing who we are, and valuing our readers.
Blogging has been a way to connect with some amazing people that I would have never had the opportunity to meet had it not been for my blog.
How long did it take to have your 1st $1000. month?
I started consistently making over $1000 a month a few months into my blogging career.
How do you monetize your blog?
Sponsored post, sponsored travel, affiliates programs, selling ad space on my blog, and sponsored reviews and giveaways.
Sponsored posts, reviews, giveaways, Google AdSense, very little affiliate marketing. I monetize my blog several different ways, but I have learned that if you blog because you enjoy what you’re doing, your genuine, honest, and building lasting relationships things come to you.
Share one thing you would do differently,
If I could go back and do one thing differently I would have started on WordPress. Starting on Blogger is okay, but if you’re serious about blogging as a career start with WordPress. Starting on WordPress would have saved me money, time, and unneeded stress.