How to Get Products to Review on Your Blog

The post How to Get Products to Review on Your Blog appeared first on ProBlogger. This post is based on Episode 178 of the ProBlogger podcast. Whether your blog is all about reviewing products or you want to review them occasionally, it’s not always easy to get your hands on them. I faced this problem in …

Case Study: How to Run a 7-Day Challenge

Today’s post is a case study with Undercover Architect, Amelia Lee. Amelia attended the ProBlogger Evolve and Mastermind events in 2017, and adapted speaker Jadah Sellner’s 7-Day Challenge model to boost her own lead generation and course enrollments. Here’s how she did it. When I attended ProBlogger Evolve in 2017, I was specifically looking for guidance …

Case Study: How To Use Your Blog To Crowdfund Your Next Project

Today’s post is a case study with sustainable living educator, Laura Trotta. Laura used her blog to crowdfund more than AUD 37,000 for sustainability initiatives, including the construction of her Self Sufficiency in the Suburbs membership site and her trip to Antarctica to participate in a global sustainability program. Here’s how she did it. When …

Case Study: What Happens When You Want to Sell Your Blog?

Today’s post is a case study with one of our past ProBlogger Event speakers, Sharon Gourlay. Sharon has built up two blogs with relatively passive traffic building strategies. Today she tells her story of selling her first blog. When I started my travel blog back in 2005, I never imagined I’d be selling it. After …

9 Key Ingredients for Creating the Perfect Sales Page

If you’ve created one of these 7 types of products to sell on your blog, or you’re going to start offering a service to your readers, then you need a sales page. The sales page is (not surprisingly) a page on your blog that’s all about your product or service. You can link to it …

Seven Types of Product You Could Sell From Your Blog

It took me nearly seven years of blogging to create my first products: two ebooks, one for ProBlogger and one for Digital Photography School. They made me more than $160,000 in 2009 alone and changed my business. Back in 2014, I wrote about the experience, and how it nearly never happened: My big issue was …