‘Tis the Season: Gift Ideas for Bloggers

The holidays are just around the corner, which means many of you are either working on gift guides or have already published them. While you’ve been searching for the perfect gifts to include on your own guides, have you stopped to think about what to include on your own personal wish list? When it comes to blogging, I’m a firm believer in two things: Blogging need not be expensive. You don’t need to go out and invest in the best of

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Affiliate Spotlight: Warby Parker

Warby Parker is an online seller of eyeglasses and sunglasses, with most pairs – including prescription lenses – costing less than $100. Their styles are pretty trendy, so may not be for everyone… then again they just might be exactly what your readers need! The Warby Parker affiliate program is a great fit for anyone who writes about fashion and style, life hacks, or general lifestyle but it could potentially be a good fit for many different niches. You’ll find the Warby

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How to Use Amazon Native Shopping Ads to Skyrocket Your Blogging Income

Amazon is always testing out new ways for those that are Amazon Associates to make more money (and push Amazon to their readers a little bit more), and one of the newest tools that bloggers can use is Amazon Native Shopping Ads. Amazon Native Shopping Ads work differently than traditional CPM ads, where your readers simply have to see the ad for you to earn money. Instead, Native Shopping Ads work more like traditional affiliate links, in that when people

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You Need The Genius Blogger’s Toolkit: Just $97 for $5,000+ Worth of Courses, Ebooks & More!

I’ve mentioned a few times that I think continuing education for bloggers is imperative. Like most other fields, the times are always changing. Also, there’s always going to be someone who knows more than you do about a certain topic so taking the time to glean knowledge from an expert will only make your own blogging endeavors that much stronger. The thing about blogging courses, however, is that they can be expensive. Really expensive*, especially when you consider that unlike

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Finding Inspiration in Dan Rather’s Facebook Success

My college degree is more or less in journalism. Technically, it’s in English, but considering I spent an average of 40-60 hours per week (if not more) at the University of Michigan’s student newspaper, The Michigan Daily, I learned far more about journalism than I ever did about English literature. Because of my own history, I tend to view bloggers as solo journalists who become experts in whatever fields they write about. Of course, traditional journalists typically have to follow

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