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DNW Mini Lesson: Making Money With Sponsored Posts


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What exactly is a sponsored post and how can I use them to monetise my blog?

You may be surprised to hear the amount of bloggers that are making great money by selling sponsored posts on their blogs. This is because sponsored posts can be one of the quickest and easier ways to monetise your blog, and there are many companies out there willing to pay well for this.

Sponsored content comes in all different shapes and sizes, and many different countries have different rules around how you can use them on your blog.

This week we’ll discuss the pros and cons of selling sponsored posts on your blog, what sponsors are looking for and how to best show your influence to encourage sponsored to pay you to post on your blog.

I cover:

  • The benefits and risks of selling sponsored posts on your blog
  • The importance of increasing your DA
  • How to show social influence to potential sponsors
  • How to make your site more attractive for sponsors
  • Ways to find sponsors
  • How much you should charge
  • How to negotiate and follow up

Don’t forget to download your free chapter on Making Money From Sponsored posts. I also encourage you to work on link building to further improve your blogs attractiveness to potential sponsors. Good luck!

ALERT: Click here to download your FREE chapter on How to Make Money from Sponsored Posts

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About the Author

Sharon Gourlay is passionate about working online and helping others to follow in her footsteps. She left Australia with her young family at the end of 2014 determined to grow an online business. She succeeded and now supports her family of 5 to live their dream lifestyle.

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