“Feast on his flesh.” ~ The Witch King of LOTR
I hear the Witch King’s voice now. From the extended cut.
He advises his trusty wraith beast to eat Gandalf.
On a nightly basis here in Chiang Mai, Thailand, I feel skeeters repeating said phrase to each other.
Mosquitoes here love farang meat. Love Thai meat too.
I have a weapon in my arsenal; the mosquito racket.
This electrified racket roasts those son a bitches instantly, zapping ’em into Kingdom Come, before said skeeters feast on my flesh and partake in nightly Biddulph Blood Lust.
Skeeter rackets teach you an effective blog monetizing lesson too.
Take my eBook.
Seriously; buy it.
It is a tool to be used to help you make money blogging.
To be used.
You are reading this far. You wanted a blog monetizing lesson. You buy the eBook. You use it, reading it, studying it, taking notes, raising your energy, and using newly acquired knowledge daily by doing what the eBook says.
Just like the racket.
See me up top? I swing the racket to roast mosquitoes in their tracks.
I swing the racket.
The eBook and the racket cannot do anything by itself. Each is an inanimate object.
Human beings open to learning how to use eBooks and rackets, practicing, developing skills and honing their craft, can become skilled bloggers who monetize freely and skilled racket swingers who roast mosquitoes.
Why then do bloggers say stuff like: “Google Adsense makes you money blogging” or “Affiliate marketing makes you money blogging” or even “Selling blogging courses is the best way to make big money blogging”, when none of these statements is true?
Google Adsense and affiliate marketing are inanimate concepts, incapable of doing anything. A skilled blogger who:
- learns how to blog
- practices writing
- creates helpful content for months then years
- builds connections with top bloggers over months then years
can effectively monetize their blog through any online income streams.
The blogging money is in the skills, not the tool.
Took me days to learn how to swing the racket to catch and zap skeeters. No wild swinging. I see it as a science, or skill.
Took me years to develop the writing, creating and connecting skills that fueled my blogging profits.
The money I make through:
- various consulting streams
- audio books
- affiliate income
- sponsored posts
has virtually nothing to do with the streams, or tools, or channels, and everything to do with the skills I persistently developed over years, to create value for a growing, targeted audience.
Some bloggers never sell a dime of a $10,000 big ticket item.
Steve Scott made $30,000 monthly with low-priced eBooks.
It ain’t the income stream, team. It’s the skill bloggers develop through persistent practice, their generosity in sharing free and premium content, their willingness to humbly build a huge network of blogging buddies by serving others and yes, it is these bloggers giving their life largely to blogging, and most of all, it is said individual blogger’s clarity around receiving money.
Make high energy choices. Take responsibility for your life. The choices you make Now to free yourself by raising your energy move you into inspired, loving, prospering actions that benefit humanity, versus the fear-based shit you may be doing now.
My Blogging Course
Or, one of my blogging courses.
Go ahead; click this link:
Readers buy the course and help boost my blogging income because I patiently developed writing, creating and connecting skills, over years.
Readers buy into my skills and service. The 2 S’s. So they buy my courses, eBooks, audio books, without an afterthought, because they already bought into my skills and service.
The money is in your blogging skills, not the income streams, tools or channels.
You develop your blogging skills by:
- following your fun; picking a niche you feel passionate about
- learning blogging from pros by following their blogs and buying their premium content
- studying blogging
- practicing your writing
- creating helpful content
- building connections with blogging leaders by helping them without asking for anything in return
…all over years.
So…..how are you doing in this regard?
Focusing on your skills or income streams?
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