Welcome to Blogging Opportunities + Resources – Vol. 2 where I share paid blogging opportunities, product review campaigns and blogging resources. In this edition you’ll find ways to make money with your blog and social networks, tools to make blogging and social media more efficient, plus tips and tutorials from fellow bloggers. Some of these may be affiliate links from companies that I personally have worked with and recommend.
Blogging + Social Media Campaigns
Make money promoting brands on your blog and social media networks. Some of these are paid per click while others pay a flat fee. Click each link to sign up.
Panthera Network – This affiliate network lets you choose from a variety of programs (beauty, freebies, family, pets, books and more) to promote. Most of them pay on free sign up.
Share A Sale – Find campaigns and banner ads that fit your target audience. I’ve been with them for a long time and they’re one of my absolute favorite companies to monetize my blogs with. Click the link to sign up. Once you have an account, here’s five affiliates I suggest signing up with. Some of these even pay you to promote their campaigns with bonus posts, using your own affiliate links! Peach Couture – Panda Hall – Craftsy – Stella & Dot – Mod Cloth
Blogging + Social Media Resources
Apps, tools and resources to make blogging and social media management easier and more efficient.
Facebook Page Insights – Facebook provides valuable information about your followers in the Insights section of your page. Click the link to watch a video I created to help you get started.
Manage Flitter – I love this tool and use it will mine, and client’s twitter accounts. With one click you can quickly see who is not following you back. You can also filter by who does not have a profile photo, inactive accounts and more. They have free and paid versions.
Dropbox – If you’re like most bloggers, you have photos, documents and videos on your hard drive waiting to be uploaded. Instead of letting them sit there, taking up room and running the risk of losing them if something happens to your computer, store them on Dropbox for free. If you need more room, they also have a paid option but I’ve always used the free version and have been happy with it.
TSU.co – This new social media platform handles a lot like facebook, with one major difference – it shares revenues with their members. If it amounts to anything will have to be seen, but for now I suggest clicking the link and securing your name.
Tweetdeck – If you manage more than one twitter account, you need tweetdeck. It’s free and super easy to use. I schedule all my tweets for the week and I can switch back and forth between accounts without having to log in and out.
Blogging + Social Media Tips
Tips and tutorials to answer your blogging and social media questions.
Kerrie from Family, Food & Travel shares her blogging organizational tips, which she adapted from her Blog Her ’14 presentation.
Are you looking for ways to get more engagement on your G+ posts? Julie from A Little Bite Of Life shares three ways.
Do you want to know how, and why you should no-follow a link? Becca from My Crazy Good Life explains!
Stacie from Simply Stacie has some terrific ideas on how to keep track of your blogging expenses.
I hope you enjoyed volume 2 of Blogging Opportunities & Resources. Use these share links if your followers would enjoy this post.