Blogger Week in Review EP07 :: Article to Video, Website Setup, Blogger Earnings, Duplicate Content

Every week I share some of the best blogger articles I read and saved for future reference.

Here is an overview of Blogger Week in Review Episode 7:

  • How to Turn a Blog Post Into a Video
  • 25 Rules to Follow, When Setting Up Your Site or Blog
  • How 78 Bloggers Earned During August 2016
  • The Myth of Duplicate Content Penalty
  • Blog Income Diversification

 

 

How to Turn a Blog Post into a Video in 5 Minutes [Traffic Hack]

blogger week reviewAs a matter of fact, when I ask my Bite-Size Traffic Hacks subscribers how many of them use video to drive more traffic and business, well… I can usually count the hands on one hand. Simple: it takes time to learn how to create a video and it can easily cost thousands of dollars to hire someone to do it for you. After all, what’s the harm in not creating videos, right?

Complete story at trafficgenerationcafe.com

 

 

25 Rules to Follow, When Setting Up Your Site or Blog

blogger week reviewFridays with Vicky 90 When setting up a website or blog there are certain things that needs to be done and certain rules to follow. It might feel overwhelming at times, but with this list you will get a good grip on what needs to be done. Take one step at the time and you will get there… A great list to check off when you set up your blog or website.

By Vicky.

Complete story at itsvicky.com

 

Analyzing How 78 Bloggers Earned Close to $900,000 During August 2016

blogger week reviewWe are launching a new report this month that takes a closer look at the revenue sources from August’s income reports. As of the date of this post we have 78 income reports in our database for August 2016 with a total recorded revenue of $896,750.19. Income Source Breakdown for August 2016 We have broken down the 170+ revenue sources for the month into seven categories.

Complete story at blog.incomereporters.com

 

 

The Myth of the Duplicate Content Penalty

blogger week reviewMany people are more afraid of duplicate content than they are of spammy links. There are so many myths around duplicate content that people actually think it causes a penalty and that their pages will compete against each other and hurt their website. I see forum posts, Reddit threads, technical audits, tools, and even SEO news websites publishing articles that show people clearly don’t understand how Google treats duplicate content.

Complete story at searchengineland.com

 

 

How I Diversified My Blogging Income and Became a Full Time Blogger

blogger week reviewI talked about the first half of 2016 and where the income came from. I talked about how 46% of my income or my profit from that particular time came from affiliate commissions, 31% came from product sales, ebooks, presents, and those types of things. 8% came from AdSense, 6% from sponsorship, 5% from a job board, and 3% from our event, and then another 1% from other miscellaneous things.

Complete story at problogger.com

 

 

Final Word

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Until next week,

-steve

 

P.S. In case you missed last week episode 6, you can read it here.

 

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Thumbnails credit: trafficgenerationcafe.com, itsvicky.com, incomereporters.com, searchengineland.com, problogger.com