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Have you heard that people are actually earning a living blogging?

I’m fortunate to be in that group of people. I work from my clinic and home office in favor of staying with my son who has special needs and earning my living from my office, off of my blog. So many people dream of doing this but get tripped up with the huge task of actually diving in and starting a blog. Don’t get tripped up! I’ll show you how to start a blog in 5 minutes and start earning money from home. Don’t put it off any longer!

 

My posts contain affiliate links to products I use and recommend to my readers.

People always ask me how to get started……I’m excited to share this information with you!

When I started blogging, in 2005, Blogger was the platform that most new bloggers were using. Since then bloggers have realized that if you intend to monetize your site and use it to earn a living then you really need to be on WordPress. I made the switch to WordPress two years ago. Using the WordPress platform enables you to own all of your content and have full control over your website. With the WordPress platform, you will need to also purchase your own hosting plan. This is where your blog will live, the WordPress platform is what will make it visible to visitors. You will write posts, add photos, and manage your entire blog from this area.

 

 

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