7 Expert Tips To Make Money Blogging


Blogging can make you rich but it takes patience, dedication and focus to get there. Many times in our quest to get rich we fall prey to get rich quick scams. Here in this post, I have listed 10 Top posts from experts on how to make money with blogging. Of course, the information that I have shared here is not a collection of magical formulas to make you rich immediately, but if you follow them and implement the suggestions given by the experts I am sure you will be on your way to making money by just blogging, just like I do.

Top 7 Expert Tips To Make Money Blogging

Learn How To Make Money Blogging

  1. Recommended Online Money Makers -John Chow
  2. Services Bloggers Can Offer To Make Money Online – Neil Patel
  3. Collection of Tips On How To Make Money Blogging – Darren Rowse
  4. How To Make Money Blogging Not Just For Stay At Home Moms- Ramsay Taplin
  5. How To Really Make Money With Affiliate Marketing- John Chow
  6. Social Media Sites That Will Make You Money- Andrew Wang
  7. How Do I Make Money Blogging? – Harsh Agarwal

Now that I have listed some of the best advice one can get to start making money blogging, you should start implementing whatever you learn from them into your blogging activity. Go ahead and make money just blogging and do let me know it works for you!

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12 Blogging Tools To Help You Write Better & Reach More Readers!


Every blogger wants to create stunning content, organize and come up with strategic blog posts, and reach out to as many readers as possible. But, the question remains how can one do it? What’s the best possible way to successfully do all these things? In this post, I will share with you a list of tools and resources which I personally use to run this blog and other sites. I have categorized these tools in segments which will focus on areas which are key to your blogging success. Do let me know in the comments section, If I have missed any of your favorite blogging tools.

Best Tools To Help With Content Ideas:

1.Quora: This is an absolute gem of a site, where I regularly go to understand the challenges and problems real people have. Quora is a platform where questions are asked and answers are given by real people. So for coming up with blogging ideas you can go here.

2.BuzzSumo: I frequently use BuzzSumo to keep track of the most shared content and what key influencers are talking about. This tool is essential to understand content trends across the globe, which in turn will inspire blogging ideas. Free functions are limited.

Best Tools For Organizing Content:

3.Evernote: I use Evernote basic which is absolutely free and gives me an opportunity to organize my work in one single place. Use this tool to take notes, track tasks, and save things you find online. You can even sync everything between your phone and computer automatically.

4.Google Calendar: I recently started using Google Calendar, because I found out it can be used as an amazing editorial calendar. It helps me immensely in assigning posts across different platforms.

Awesome Tools Which Can Be Used For Optimizing Your Content:

5.Google Trends: Whenever I have a blog post idead, I run the topic through google trends. This gives me an understanding of search volumes, keyword possibilities etc.

6.Adwords Keyword Planner: Extremely important tool to understand the dynamics of any and every keyword that is related to your topic and content. I use it often if I am really targeting a specific keyword group.

Great Tools To Make Your Writing Better:

7.Hemingway: A wonderful free tool to check sentence density and text readbility. This tool has helped me greatly in checking for text comprehension when I write detailed posts.

8.Grammarly: Once again an amazing tool to take care of all the grammar and punctuation anamolies of your content. I use this app on my browser, hence I get immediate prompts if I am messing up while writing.

Killer Tools To Produce Wonderful Visual Content:

9.Picmonkey: This is my personal favorite when it comes to creating beautiful images for my blog post. Just pick back grounds, edit and add text or create beautiful pictures from the scratch. Most of the functions are free to use.

10.Canva: Great design software online for all your graphic needs, I am trying to use this but I find it a little advanced for my skill levels. But nevertheless has some great features. You can create infographics, flyers, Facebook covers etc.

Top Tools For Content Distribution:

11.Buffer: This takes care of most of my sharing activities. A great tool to help distribute and schedule your posts across multiple social networks. A must have to share content.

12.Mailchimp: I have not used this email list management and distribution tool for this blog yet, but I have used it for some of my other online entities. Great interface and you can send 12000 emails in a month to 2000 subscribers on your list free of cost. If you have some spare cash to spend I suggest using AWeber or GetResponse for your email list management and campaigns.

Your tools?

Do let me know what tools you are currently using and if you have used any of the tools I have listed here, if yes how was your experience? Let me know in the comments.

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21 Quotes Which Will Inspire You To Become A Better Content Marketer!


The weekend is here and I was thinking, it would be a good idea to wrap this week up with some quotes for inspiration and motivation. As bloggers we all know how important content is and how essential understanding content marketing is. So, I just created a list of quotes from some of the best content marketing gurus right now. I firmy believe that these quotes will help us to move in the right direction and keep us motivated to create amazing content.


  1. Seth Godin“Marketing is no longer about the stuff that you make but about the stories you tell.” 
  2. Brian Clark“Content Marketing is educating people enough to do business with you.”
  3. Ann Handley“Quality content means content that is packed with clear utility and is brimming with inspiration, and it has relentless empathy for the audience.”
  4. Jay Baer” It’s not enough to create great content. You have to -market your marketing.”
  5. Neil Patel“Create content that teaches. You can’t give up. You need to be consistently awesome!”
  6. Rebecca Lieb“Content strategy is the infrastructure of content marketing. Without answers to “Why” & “How” the result is chaos.”
  7. Lee Odden “If you want your content to be great, ask your community to participate.”
  8. Joe Pulizzi “A blog post is like a miniskirt … it needs to be long enough to cover the essentials but short enough to keep it interesting.”
  9. Marsha Collier“Content-based marketing gets repeated in social media and increases word-of-mouth mentions; it’s the best way to gather buzz about a product.”
  10. Mark Schaefar“Creating great content is not the finish line. It’s the starting line.”
  11. Scott Abel“Adapt to your customer’s needs.  They expect it.”
  12. Pratik Dholakiya “Be Human. It’s the one trait you and all your customers have in common.”
  13. Robert Rose“Marketing is telling the world you are a rockstar. Content marketing is showing the world you are one.”
  14. Joe Chernov“Your top of the funnel content must be intellectually divorced from your product but emotionally wed to it.”
  15. Arnie Kuenn“It takes courage to give away something of value without the expectation of immediate return”
  16. Mari Smith“Content is king, but engagement is queen and she rules the house”
  17. Jon Buscall“Content marketing is a commitment not a campaign.”
  18. Andy Crestodina“When creating content, be the best answer on the internet.”
  19. Gary Vaynerchuk“If you are not putting out relevant content in relevant places. You do not exist.”
  20. Cyrus Shepard“Focus on providing better answers for your audience.”
  21. David Ogilvy“Do not … address your readers as though they were gathered together in a stadium. When people read your copy, they are alone. Pretend you are writing to each of them a letter.”

I hope, you will understand the essence of each quote and use what ever you learn from them in your blogging, business or other endeavors.

If you have any quotes to add, share it in the comments I will update this list. Also, you can follow these Social Influencers on twitter for daily inspiration.