How to Blog to Build Your Service-based Business
Earlier this year, through emails with ProBlogger about upcoming guest post ideas, I thought about an article about how blogging fed my business model.
This was the first time I’d really considered how my articles linked to the revenue I’d earned in the past three years.
I’m not a particularly prolific blogger, and I haven’t written anything outlandish, controversial—or even had a viral post. But business is very healthy, I’ve been booked solid all year and will be for the next few months, and revenue is growing year on year.
It was only when I sat down to write this post that I saw how 95% of my business is generated through blogging by:
- clients hiring a service
- businesses wanting coaching or training
- customers buying products.
Whether you also have a combination of the above, or focus solely on client work or selling products, over the next three days I’m going to show you how blogging has helped me generate revenue for each of those models. – href="http://www.problogger.net/archives/2012/07/30/how-to-blog-to-build-your-service-based-business/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+ProbloggerHelpingBloggersEarnMoney+%28ProBlogger%3A+Helping+Bloggers+Earn+Money%29&utm_content=Google+Reader">How to Blog to Build Your Service-based Business by Amy Harrison
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