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What's the best book on making money with a WordPress blog?

January 1st, 2012

A typical question:

I have a couple of blogs that I enjoy writing, but it would be great if they could bring in a little money. Heck, at least enough money to pay for my domain name and hosting. What’s the best book for turning a blog into an income?

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  1. ket
    January 1st, 2012 at 23:55 | #1

    I am not suggesting you reading book on money making from blogging because most of them are scam. Try searching for SEO tactic and how to increase your site page-rank on Google.

    Making money from blog will depend on the quality of your posts and the genre your web content has oriented. For basic monetizing scheme, put Google Adsense to you blog but it won’t make a lot of money.

    To cover monthly payment for domain and web hosting, Pay Per Post is a good place for making money online, and you can even make a living out of it.

    If you can draw a lot of readers to your blog, try sell ad placement instead. This way will better secure your income.

  2. Smelly Cat
    January 2nd, 2012 at 01:09 | #2

    You don’t need a book. Read


    All 3 of these guys have it going on.

  3. Duc M. Luu
    January 2nd, 2012 at 03:43 | #3

    This link may be helpful to you.

  4. CaymanHost
    January 2nd, 2012 at 05:24 | #4

    There is no definitive book and I’ll add to what Smelly Cat has said by recommending you look at the link in my resources for a popular writer on the make money online niche. He has archived a good number of posts originally posted on his Blogger blog at this site.

    Love or hate him, and people are divided on this, whilst I don’t agree with everything he has written, he has an amusing style and will steer you away from a lot of the B.S. written by people who don’t have a clue and don’t really make any money. There are lots of them, just as there are lots of books and ebooks written by people who don’t even make enough money to cover their internet bill every month.

    There are so many ways you can potentially earn money you need to find the ways that work for you and your site(s) and it’s rarely as easy as most people claim or will try to tell you in order to sell you something :-)

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