If you’ve ever tried to start a blog or even thought about it, you know there is tons and tons of information out there. Which is great. And also really bad.
When I first started blogging I read every article I could find, watched tutorials, bought courses and ebooks/workbooks and read endless income reports. There was always something new to read and learn about.
There wasn’t anything wrong with any of the resources I found. Really. There was a ton of great information there. Both free and paid for. But it didn’t help me. It was just too much.
It was too much information for me to organize and prioritize. I spent most of my blogging time trying to make sense of it all and figure out what needed to be done first, what could wait…
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I was spinning my wheels. I couldn’t get traction. It was so frustrating.
But it doesn’t have to be that way for you.
The Simplest Way to Start a Money Making Blog
I found a blogger named Abby Lawson who makes the blogging learning curve so much easier. She wrote an awesome ebook called Building a Framework and designed a complete online course that gives step by step directions on how to build a blog. It’s a true, basic, beginners guide to starting a blog.
It gives you all the basic (complete with awesome tutorials) information you need. I so wish I had found this when I first started out. I would be so much further along in my blogging journey.
As side note, I’m not a beginner blogger anymore and I’ve still learned lots from Abby’s resources. I’ve found some very basic blog building steps that I’ve missed or messed up because I just didn’t know any better. I’m super excited to implement them and see where it takes my blog!
If you need to get your blog off the ground, save yourself time and money. Just get this one resource and you will be set to start your blog and begin to monetize it!
If you decide to go for it, I’d love to hear how it’s working for you! Shoot me an email or comment below. Happy blogging!