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I know that starting a blog can seem overwhelming and intimidating. This free guide is all about blogging for beginners and will teach you how to become a blogger with just the most basic computer skills. So whether you’re 16 or 60, you can create your own blog within 10-20 minutes.
I am not ashamed to admit that when I was first learning how to build a blog I made a ton of mistakes. You can benefit from more than a decade of my experience so that you don’t repeat these same mistakes when you make your own blog. I created this free guide so that a complete beginner can learn how to blog quickly and easily.
This is a detailed guide with some theory and practical knowledge. A bit of reading, and a bit of following steps to start your blog.
How to Start a Blog?
Ready to start? Go through each step of this guide. And make sure to read the last section if you want to make money blogging!
1. Select a perfect niche for your blog.
To start a blog and make it a blogger, you have to select the right niche for your blog.
Make sure to pick a niche that you are the most interested in—the one you are passionate about.
Make sure a niche has enough audience interest—topics people searching for.
That way you will follow your passion, find your readers, and enjoy your blogging journey.
Once you select a niche, I also suggest you validate it. To confirm your niche for success:
Check niche size, Explore competitors, Analyze monetization potential.
This process will help you obtain a clear idea of the size, competition, and monetization potential for your proposed niche.
2. Choose a blogging platform.
The first answer you should have is, where should you create your blog?
There are many blogging platforms out there, and people have different opinions about each of them.
Most Bloggers start blogging on the WordPress platform.
WordPress is popular because it’s easy to use.
Here is an interesting fact: 37% of the websites in the world are powered by WordPress.
I recommend building your blog using the self-hosted WordPress blog setup that I share in this guide.
A self-hosted WordPress blog (WordPress.org) is what you need.
You don’t have many choices when it comes to self-hosted blogging systems (also called a Content Management System or CMS). As you can see from the graph, the most popular is the free and open-source system WordPress.org.
Self-hosted platforms allow you to set up your blog and run it using your own domain and web hosting. You’re fully in charge of your blog and its contents. It will cost just a few dollars per month for the webspace (hosting account), and around ten dollars per year for a domain. The actual blogging software is free.
If you want total control of your blog, or plan to run ads, sell products and services via your blog, then this is the best way to go.
3. Pick a domain name & get a web hosting account.
To make your blog using WordPress.org, you need to decide on two important things: a domain name and a web hosting company.
If you are a new blogger, you should try using Bluehost, a company that powers over 2 million websites worldwide.
Your domain name will be the name by which you will be known online, no matter what niche you choose. It’s your blog’s unique address on the Internet. It will be yours as long as you continue paying the annual fee.
Users who know your domain (URL – uniform resource locator) can simply type it into their browser’s address bar. Others will be able to discover you through search engines such as Google and Bing, so you definitely need to find a unique blog name.
Your domain name may be the highly popular “dot com”, or it may be country or niche-specific. The general rule is to get a “dot com” domain, but some of the other extensions can be used too. For example, “dot net” or “dot blog”.
If you can’t find a domain name you like, Bluehost will let you choose one later. That will give you time to do some research and thinking before you start your blog.
Recommended quick domain search tool:
In the end, it’s about being memorable, so if a different extension or country code helps you be memorable, then break the rules!
After choosing a domain name, selecting a reliable hosting service will be one of the most important decisions you make.
To a great extent, the functionality and performance of your site will depend on your blog hosting. The host makes sure your blog is available 24/7 to potential readers and it’s where your contents and files are stored online.
Most hosting companies will also provide you a free domain for the first year when you buy their services.
The wrong web host can cause many problems with your blog. Just imagine choosing a mobile company that has no reception. Your web host is a major piece of the puzzle to creating a blog that is well-functioning. Therefore, you must choose a reliable provider.
Based on our research and information available on the official WordPress website, Bluehost is a top choice in the opinion of many blogging experts.
# 1 choice of blogging experts.
Starting at $2.75/month
Free domain name
63% off regular price
30-day money-back guarantee
4. Install WordPress on the blog.
This section provides detailed information to help you sign up for your web hosting account and install WordPress software. As an example, I will show you how to create a blog with Bluehost. I have included screenshots of the pages that you need to go through.
1. Visit the Bluehost homepage
Go to the Bluehost.com website. Then click the green “Get Started Now” button.
2. Select your hosting plan
You will start by picking a hosting plan. If this is your very first blog, you can go with the Basic plan. Later, you can easily upgrade to a Plus or Choice Plus plan once your blog starts growing. Explore what each plan offers, e.g. Choice Plus plan comes with Domain Privacy and some extras. If your budget allows, go with the recommended plan.
3. Set up your domain name
Your domain name will be your blog’s address, so you should take your time to come up with something unique and memorable. Just type in the desired name in this “new domain” box and Bluehost will show you whether it’s available or not. If not, it will provide you with a list of similar names to choose from.
Don’t worry if you can’t find a good name right away, you can skip this step and pick a domain name once you start a blog.
If you have already purchased a domain name somewhere else, you can use that name. Just type it into the “Use a domain you own” box.
4. Register with Bluehost
After you choose your domain name, Bluehost will take you to the registration page where you can fill in your personal info manually, or you can Sign in with your Google account to make the process even easier!
Add your account information
Start by filling out your personal information.
Select your hosting package
At this point, it’s time to select an account plan from the available options. Bluehost offers 12, 24, and 36-month packages.
With a 12-month package, you will have to pay a lower amount upfront, but with the other two packages, you will get a better deal if you are ready for a longer-term commitment.
Review your package extras carefully. Not every extra is essential, and by unchecking the boxes of extras you don’t need, your total amount owing will decrease.
You can always add extras later if you find that you need them. I do suggest that you keep the Domain Privacy Protection box checked. This service will hide your personal contact information from the global database, which is publicly visible to anyone on the internet.
Now, enter your payment information. Check the box that you have read and agree to the TOS (Terms of Service), and click on the green “Submit” button.
Bluehost will send you a confirmation email when the payment goes through. You will also receive an email to verify your email address to activate your domain name.
Next, you will set up the Bluehost account. You are one step closer to starting a blog!
5. Create your account
Let’s create your account with Bluehost.
Step 1. Click the “Create your account” button.
Step 2. Enter your password and complete the account setup.
Step 3. Your account is ready to go. Click the “Go to login” button.
Step 4. Fill in the fields “Email or Domain Name” and “Password”.
You are all set. Next, you will start working on creating your blog.
6. Create your WordPress blog with Bluehost
After you log in to the account, Bluehost will offer a 4-step process to help you create a blog. I suggest you go with that procedure if this is your first time starting a blog.
You can also click the “Skip this step” button and work on blog formation from scratch on your own inside the Bluehost hosting account.
Four steps blog set up assistance process:
Step 1. You will start the process by answering 3 questions: What kind of site? What type is it? And who is it for? In my example, I selected: Blog, Personal, Myself. You can select the same choices or pick what fits your individual case.
Step 2. With this step, you can pick what else would you like to add to your site. Bluehost gives you a few options to choose from.
Step 3. In this step, you need to answer a few questions such as the name of your blog, tagline, and how comfortable you are with creating websites. Note, you can always change this later.
Step 4. Check out the chosen themes by Bluehost and see if you like any of them (if you don’t see a theme you like, skip this step). You can always change it and use a different one later. More information on this further on.
Once you complete setting up your blog with these 4 steps you will be taken to your Bluehost account page. At this point, the WordPress software is installed and your blog structure is set up!
7. Launch your blog
Inside your Bluehost account, you will see options to further customize your WordPress blog site based on Bluehost’s recommendations. These options are here for you to do some pre-launch customization to your blog.
After you click the “Launch My Site” button, your blog will go live!
If you open your website in a web browser don’t get frustrated if it doesn’t look quite right. It is just the first draft. Inside the WordPress dashboard, you will have to apply a few changes and add content to make it look polished and complete. I will show you how later!
You can access the WordPress blog dashboard from your Bluehost account by clicking the blue “WordPress” button in the top right corner of your screen.
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Next, as promised, I’ll show you how to find the right theme for you, and how to customize your blog.
5. Select a theme and design your blog.
The first thing your blog needs is a face (design and layout).
Installing a new WordPress theme is exciting and fairly straightforward.
Inside the WordPress dashboard, under the “Appearance” tab, click “Themes”. You will be presented with some popular options. You can click on the WordPress.org Themes button and search for free themes. There are more than three thousand themes available on WordPress.org.
The look and feel of your new blog rely on the theme you choose. Your first-time readers will notice the overall appearance of it before they even take a look at the content. Select a theme that looks great, but also works for your specific needs.
Here’s a quick guide for choosing your theme by searching within the WordPress dashboard:
Read the description – Most themes come with a short description of features and functionality. Reading it can help you to figure out if the theme matches your needs.
Preview the theme – Preview the theme (demo) to get an idea of the overall look, layout, and how customizable it is.
Check the ratings – Star ratings will be visible in the preview and under theme details to give you a clear idea of how good the theme is.
If you can’t find a theme that you absolutely love, don’t worry. Settle on one that you like, and you can always change it in the future.
Once you install a theme, don’t be surprised if it still doesn’t look quite right. It is just a skeleton of a blog. To make it appealing, you’ll have to fill it in with content (text, photos, videos, etc.).
Blog theme customization
Remember, your WordPress dashboard is the back-end location where you will manage your new blog. It provides you with fast access to all of the tools you need to add content and fine-tune your blog functionality for the ultimate user experience. Your first step towards mastering WordPress is learning the dashboard.
WordPress has unlimited customization options so it’s impossible to cover everything in this “How to start a blog” guide. Instead, I’ll cover the first most important changes you should apply to your blog. For this example, I’ll be using the Twenty Twenty theme.
Make your blog’s logo
Inside your Bluehost account, you can find the “Make your logo” tool. If you didn’t do it yet while launching your blog, now is the time to get it done.
Once you click the checkbox, you will be taken to an AI-powered logo maker. It’s an easy-to-use tool that you can use to create a beautiful logo for your blog in seconds. Start by entering a name and slogan (if you have one), the tool will automatically generate different types of logos.
Select one logo you like the most, click on it, and further customize it according to your taste.
When you are done with your logo design, click the Download button and a new page will show up with your logo files ready to be saved to your computer.
Customize your blog
Now, let me show you where you can do general customizations of your blog. That includes: uploading the logo you just created (or will create in the future), editing the blog title and tagline, changing colors, uploading the background image, and making homepage settings changes.
As I’ve mentioned, I’ll be showing you how to apply these changes to the Twenty Twenty theme. If you picked a different theme the process could be slightly different. However, in most cases, all themes have similar customization options.
To start optimizing your blog, go to the WordPress admin dashboard. Locate the Appearance tab on the left-hand side and choose the Customize option.
Each WordPress theme will customize a little differently. In my case, I’ll show you the customize options for the Twenty Twenty theme.
On the left-hand side, you will see the following Customizing menu options:
Site identity – Upload your logo, change site title and tagline, and upload site icon.
Colors – Change your blog’s background color, header, and footer colors, and customize the primary color.
Theme options – Select if you want to show a search icon in the header of your blog and show an author bio for your posts.
Cover template – Make additional changes to the page template such as the overlay background color, overlay text color, and overlay opacity.
Background image – Upload any custom background image you want to start using on your blog.
Menus – Customize your blog’s menu, social media menu links, and change locations where they are displayed.
Widgets – Customize your footer, add a description, and how to find you if you have a physical location.
Homepage settings – Choose what’s displayed on the homepage of a blog. It can be the latest blog posts or a static page.
Additional CSS – Add your own CSS code to customize the appearance and layout of your site (advanced option).
You can also check how your blog looks on different devices by using the menu at the bottom with three icons: desktop, tablet, and mobile devices.
Many themes (e.g. the Twenty Twenty theme) come with the new Gutenberg editor that revolutionizes the way users build pages and write posts inside WordPress.
Gutenberg is a visual editor that works on a blocks principle. So, when you decide to add a new paragraph, heading, image, video, or anything else, there are blocks you can quickly add to new pages or blog posts.
This way, creating blog content is much easier for beginners, whether you’re building a landing page or writing a new article. Blocks can be rearranged into a layout you like, and they’re here to make your life easier.
Add plugins to your blog
Plugins are bundled pieces of code that affect the way your site looks and functions. They can add new functionality to your WordPress blog, extend your theme’s capabilities, and personalize a blog as a whole or in part.
While the majority of plugins are free, there are many that are offered for a fee, based on their unique functionality. At the moment, WordPress.org has more than 57,000 different plugins in the repository.
By default, when you set up your blog, Bluehost will automatically add some plugins they think are important for any website. You can review these plugins inside the WordPress dashboard and add new ones by clicking the Plugins tab on the left-hand side.
Here you can install new plugins, deactivate, delete, and update them.
Below, I’ll show you some suggested plugins that you should be using.
List of recommended plugins for bloggers
To save you time, I’ve selected some important plugins (free) for your immediate blogging platform needs:
MonsterInsights – Google Analytics plugin for WordPress, to monitor and analyze your website traffic.
Yoast SEO – A comprehensive SEO plugin for your blog, to optimize your content for search engines.
WP Super Cache – Helps with the load time of your WordPress blog and delivers content to your readers faster.
Akismet – Protects your comments and contact form from spam and prevents your site from publishing malicious content.
Contact Form 7 – A contact form with flexible email options. It supports CAPTCHA and Akismet spam filtering.
Disqus – An alternative to the basic WordPress comment system with advanced administrative and comment capabilities.
YARPP – Creates a related blog posts list at the end of each piece of content automatically to encourage people to continue browsing your site.
Congratulations, you just learned how to customize your blog and make design changes!
The next step is to learn how to write content for your blog.
6. Write and publish blog content
So far, you’ve established a domain name, chosen your blog hosting site, set up a blog theme, and you are ready to go. Your framework is complete.
Now comes the moment of truth and you can actually start blogging. You need to learn how to write your first blog post. On the web, any useful information that you share with readers is called “content.” It must be something valuable that people will want to interact with and come back for more.
WordPress CMS is structured in a way that you can publish your content as Posts or Pages.
Before you begin publishing posts (day-to-day writing) on your blog make sure you fill in all the important static pages with content (such as About us, Contact, etc.). Let’s explore those types of pages.
Prepare and publish content on main pages
Depending on your individual needs you can decide what pages to publish. The following are the most common pages bloggers use:
Homepage – This depends on what type of layout you choose. As I described above, when customizing your blog you can choose to display the homepage as a static page. In that case, you will have to prepare content for it.
About us – The most traditional page on any blog is the “About us” page. This page tells new visitors what it is all about, who you are and why you run a blog about your niche topic.
Contact – This page allows visitors to your blog to communicate with you. It can be a straightforward page with your email address plus your social network links, or you can use a simple contact form that visitors can use to communicate with you.
Products, Services, Resources – Static landing pages with any additional information that you want to include on your blog.
The guidelines to publish a new WordPress page:
A blog page provides static content or information to the readers. Standard pages that bloggers use include: About, Contacts, Products, or Services. A page also can be a cornerstone (or evergreen) content with information that continues to be relevant to its readers. For example, this guide you are reading right now.
To create a blog page in WordPress, log in to your dashboard admin area using your login details (username and password).
Hover your cursor over the “Pages” menu item on the navigation menu located on the left-hand side of the Dashboard. Click “Add New”.
Write your first blog post
Creating blog posts inside WordPress is nearly the same as creating pages. However, for a blog post WordPress lets you select categories and tags while pages don’t.
Wondering how you can write quality blog posts? It’s simple.
Here is a simple 3-step approach to making great content of any type:
Point – State your main blog topic idea that you are covering.
Prove – Give an example of the idea you are covering.
Perform – Give a simple way to execute the idea.
The guidelines to publish a new WordPress post:
In your first blog post, you can take a moment and introduce yourself. Tell your readers who you are, what motivated you to blog, and what you will write. The title of the post could be “Welcome to my blog”.
Inside the WordPress dashboard on the left side, you will see the Posts menu item.
Hover your mouse cursor (or click) on the Post item. Then select “Add New”.
Next, I’ll talk about how to optimize your content for search engines.
7. Optimize your blog content for SEO
Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process that website owners use to get more traffic to their web pages from search engines (such as Google).
According to recent studies, 53% of all traffic for websites comes from organic search (.pdf). This number shows how important it is to make sure that you optimize your WordPress blog for search engines.
SEO involves many different tactics and techniques. As a blogger, you will have to get familiar with these. I won’t be talking about any advanced processes here. As a bare minimum, you will have to do the following for every blog post or page you publish on your blog: perform keyword optimization and add SEO meta tags on all pages.
This is the process of researching and selecting the right set of keywords that you think people will type in a search to find information like yours online.
Ideally, keyword optimization should be performed for any blog post or page. It’s important to select the main keywords (and related words) that you want to target for each page and make sure that you include these (and related words) within the content. This way it will be easier for search engines to understand what a specific web page is about when they crawl it and you have a better chance to rank higher in search results.
SEO meta tags
When you publish a new blog post or page, you will need to add SEO meta tags for each piece of content.
These are the SEO title and SEO description tags. These tags are not seen on the actual page, but Google will use metadata to better understand what the webpage is about.
If you want to start ranking your content in search engines, this is an important step to complete. SEO tags should be prepared and added when you create a new page or a post inside WordPress. You can add SEO meta tags via free plugins, such as Yoast SEO.
The title tag length should be between 50-60 characters (this is what Google typically displays) and the meta description tag can be between 50-160 characters.
8. Promote your blog.
Let’s look closely at the basic promotion and marketing activities that you can apply to grow your audience once you start a blog.
Let everyone know about your blog
Get started by informing your friends, family, and colleagues about your new endeavor. Basically, you should let anyone know who might be interested in reading your content.
You should also do the following:
Include your blog name (URL) in your email signature.
Include it in your social media accounts or any online communities you are involved in.
Use every opportunity to get the word out about your new undertaking.
Be active within your niche
Get active on relevant blogs, forums, groups, and social pages.
Blogger communities are a good way to connect with other bloggers in your niche. You can engage, build friendships, and help each other in spreading content.
Here are some popular activities you can do:
Blog commenting. Start posting comments on other relevant blogs. It’s a great way to build relationships with top bloggers within your niche.
Social media marketing. You should make use of the social media avenues that best fit your own niche and style. Choose the one (or ones) that best fit your needs and start promoting your content to grow your audience. Some of the most popular social media networks that bloggers use on a daily basis are Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest.
Guest blogging. Take the relationship a step further and offer to write guest blog posts for another website. Just be sure that you guest post on reputable sites and that the content is directly related to your niche. Guest posting is an excellent way to build an online presence.
Promoting your content through other platforms
Before your blog becomes popular and starts to grow, you should look into leveraging other platforms on the web that already have some audience and readership. To give you a better idea, here are some of the techniques that you can use:
Bookmarking sites. Submit your blog content to bookmarking sites that can offer your content to a lot of potential viewers who are searching for information within your niche. You should do this every time you publish a new blog post to spread the word. Here are some popular social bookmarking and content curation sites: Scoop.it, Reddit, Flipboard, etc.
Content republishing. You can publish the same or slightly repurposed content on platforms such as LinkedIn and Medium. It’s best to publish content on your blog first, wait a few days while it gets indexed by search engines (Google), and then you can start posting it on other platforms. Also, make sure to link back to your original article as a source. You can learn about a republishing strategy here.
Repurpose content. You can repurpose your content, create graphics, slideshow presentations, audio files, or even videos and publish it all on the platforms that support different content formats. Here is how you can make 64 pieces of content in a single day (PDF).
Getting organic traffic from search engines
By now, you already know that it’s important to optimize your content for search engines.
However, in order to increase your organic traffic, you will have to learn how to get your content to rank higher in search results.
There is no magic formula for higher rankings, but you should focus on the following factors:
Create useful content for your readers, not search engines.
Consistently create fresh and quality content.
Make sure that the user experience is flawless.
Ensure that your blog is secured (HTTPS), mobile-friendly, and loads quickly.
Interlink your content and work on getting external links.
Advertising on the web (paid traffic)
Appropriate and well-informed use of paid media can help you to gain exposure and attention before your organic (naturally derived) traffic takes hold.
Paid traffic avenues include:
Social media advertising on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.
Search engine advertising via Google AdWords or Bing Ads.
Content discovery platforms such as Outbrain or Taboola.
Remember that you can always find other ways to promote your new blog.
Start building your email subscriber list
After starting a blog, you will begin attracting new readers and visitors. It’s a good idea to collect the email addresses of those who want to be notified when you publish new blog posts or share promotional offers. As people come to know and trust you, they will respond better to your promotional efforts.
9. Monetize your blog.
Monetization is the process of translating your blog activity into earnings.
You should keep in mind that blogging isn’t just about making money. It is about creating useful content and writing blog posts that will attract readers and make them come back for more.
When starting a blog think about adding content that will generate future income. Based on my own blogging experience, as well as from working with other bloggers, I’ve learned that specific kinds of content are more effective for generating money.
Here are types of content that you should consider writing and adding to your blog:
Listicles or top list
Tutorials and manuals
Now, let me show you some different ways how bloggers make money.
Blog monetization channels
But, how can YOU make money blogging? There are several options available, but below I’ll show you the best ways to earn income from a blog:
Running ads on your blog
There are seamless possibilities for you to run ads on your blog. Regardless of your niche, you can opt for ads that are specific to what you are writing about or ads that simply better serve your advertiser’s purposes.
Google Adsense, Mediavine, and Adthrive are some of the most popular choices for blog ads.
Enrolling in affiliate programs
Affiliate programs are ways of teaming up with retailers to promote their products and benefit from successfully carrying out sales through a commission.
Some things that you need to consider when enrolling in affiliate programs:
The number of affiliate sales will strongly rely on the number of visitors you have.
You need to be credible enough for your visitors to click on your links.
There are a few popular online platforms that offer affiliate programs if you want to get started, such as Amazon Associates, ShareASale, and ClickBank.
Selling your products and services
If you are creative and entrepreneurial, you could consider using your blog as a venue for selling your own products and services. This is an option especially as your blog grows in readership, authority, and popularity.
There are WordPress plugins, such as the WooCommerce plugin, that you can easily integrate into a blog and start using to sell products online.
Selling sponsored posts
Advertisers are always looking for exposure and are willing to pay you for placing a sponsored post on your blog.
Those posts usually promote advertiser products or services and are a good way to make money from your blog. In the future, if you’re able to build a popular blog and become an authority in your niche, the advertisers could approach you to publish their posts.
Consider the possibilities, and then choose the method or methods that best suit you and your audience.
I tried to cover as much as I could for a newbie to get started, but if you still have a question in your mind before starting your new blog on WordPress, feel free to give us a shout via comment.
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FAQs before starting a blog
Few more things before you get started with your journey. Below are some helpful facts and common questions that many people ask before they start blogging.
What is a blog?
A blog is a regularly updated website where new content is frequently published, typically written in an informal or conversational style—often with the goal of attracting readers and achieving some sort of goal, whether community-building or growing a business.
Why you are starting a blog?
Answering this question will help you to establish clear goals for your blog.
Do you want to communicate something, like a message or an idea? Do you want to build a community around your love for a cause? Do you want to keep your followers and fans updated on the latest news with your brand? Do you want to explain how your product or service works and why people should buy it?
A blog can help inform, educate, promote, and even sell, but only if you are clear about your blogging intention from the start.
So, take some time to figure out your central message and the purpose of your blog. Here are some examples of why some people create a blog and enjoy blogging:
* To use it as an outlet for creative expression.
* To become self-employed or earn more money.
* To establish expertise and build an audience.
* To network with others and build a company
* To enhance writing and thinking skills.
Interesting fact, did you know that 61% of online customers make purchases based on recommendations from blogs.
Does it cost money to start a blog?
Starting a self-hosted blog is not as expensive as you might have initially thought. If you choose to host your blog with Bluehost that I recommend, you can have the environment ready for as low as $2.75 per month!
While usually, a domain would cost you around $15, with Bluehost, you will get one for FREE! The basic package also includes a free SSL certificate (which protects data transfers on your site and makes it safe), 50GB of storage, and unlimited bandwidth which means you can have as many visitors as you are able to attract to your blog. And this is more than enough to start with.
What Should I blog about?
Often, people think that they should start blogging about popular topics so they can make money. And while the truth is that you might be able to attract a larger audience if you write about smartphones instead of blogging about something specific like tuna fishing, that’s the wrong way to go. In this case, it would show that you are writing about something that you might not completely understand and love. The result would be an unsuccessful blog that not even you would enjoy.
Instead, new bloggers should start a blog and write about something they love or follow. Even if it is a smaller audience, their passion and expertise will attract just the right people. If you choose to blog about something that you are passionate about, you will be able to connect with your audience, which will help you to grow and even earn money.
How much do bloggers make?
The number of income bloggers make can vary widely. While the majority of bloggers earn very little (think less than $1,000 per year), especially in their early days of blogging—as your website traffic grows, you’ll have many more opportunities to monetize your blog and begin earning much more from it