Boasting the largest blogger training center on the web, Blog Success shows bloggers how to go from hobby to paid blogging with basic to advanced training on all facets of professional blogging. Designed from the ground up to show exactly what well paid bloggers make, how they became popular, and the exact steps to building a profitable blog regardless of writing skills or technical experience.
Jack Humphrey's new "Blog Success" training center promises average Joe's the ability to make money in a lagging economy by blogging.
"Blog Success is a project that we have been working on for months. It is the culmination of years of being on the forefront of social marketing and blogging" says Jack Humphrey. "It is a giant project that provides people from all experience levels with the tools necessary to start a blog, make it popular, and profit from it."
Blogging seems to be reaching more and more non-geeks as a way to make money doing something they love: creating great content, networking, and being a thought leader in their market niche.
Blogging is getting easier with better software, better tools, and far fewer technical hurdles which have kept average people from taking a shot at starting a serious blog.
"Bloggers are making money with their blogs through advertising, primarily. They get popular within a certain market demographic and advertisers pay them to get in front of their audience" Humphrey says. "But we also teach people how to create their own products and services and use the traffic from their blogs to sell their visitors."
There are countless professional bloggers online today who report earnings anywhere from a few hundred dollars per month to over $100,000.00 per month. Some blogs literally pull down millions of dollars per month, but those are rare.
There have been several success stories reported about bloggers who never considered themselves to be technically proficient. One niche Humphrey points out as an example is the "Mommy Blogger" niche. Advertisers are ga-ga over the mommy niche and mommy bloggers can command high advertising rates.
"For the average person with very basic skills, there isn't an easier way to set up shop and start to make money blogging" says Humphrey. "That's why it appeals so much to the technically-challenged audience as a viable business opportunity they can really do."
BlogSuccess.com is designed for newbie to advanced bloggers. It is both a community of bloggers and a very large, well-stocked with written, video, and audio training, exclusive software, and blogging resources of every shape and size.
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