Wanna Make Money? Try Blogger Micro Jobs For Quick & Easy Cash
Are you making money blogging? There is always tons of information out there showing bloggers how to monetize so I’m gonna let you in on a little secret. Blogging is a hustle. Especially in the beginning, it won’t be one thing that makes your money. You have to do a million little things. Those in business already know it is never wise to have only one stream of revenue. Blogging is no different, there are many ways to make money and at times you really have to get creative and that’s where blogger micro jobs can help.
One thing I have learned being a blogger and really in life is you have to at times create your opportunities. I learned this right from the get go. Jobs just aren’t always a plenty. The other thing is time. We don’t all have time for long term jobs and still keep our blogs flowing.
So read on below about micro jobs for bloggers. A micro job is one that doesn’t require much time or effort but still brings in the money. Some of these I’ve seen others offering and some just seemed like brilliant ideas to me. There are so many ways we can help our fellow bloggers and make a little cash.
We all know by now about Social Media Managers. There are many bloggers out there like me who are either managing multiple sites or just plain don’t have the time to do it all. Most Social Media Managers or Virtual Assistants do it all, manage all accounts and that is a big full-time endeavor. Why not offer smaller tasks.
Before I started blogging I managed a Facebook Page for a restaurant/market. The truth is engagement drives traffic and sales so maybe you offer something specialized. If you have a good social reach you can share posts for others. I know what your thinking, we can get this for free. The current truth is that these share threads, especially in Facebook, are often not totally honest. If you are paying someone to do it you can pretty much rest assured it’s getting done.Offer a package of how many shares you will deliver.
The more people see engagement on Facebook pages, in particular, the more interested they become. It suggests that your content is interesting. Offer engagement in the form of so many comments to a page. I found that once I started getting customers to talk and showed them I was interested, the more they felt a personal connection to the business.
I will be totally honest here, one part of blogging that annoys me is making images, especially branded images and Pinterest images. Whether you are a Graphic Designer or just someone who has a talent for it. Sell packages of images. Maybe you even offer to do the text for them.
Do like the advertisers. Offer space as an ad for bloggers to display their site. If you have a decent following and traffic this could be a win for someone looking to get seen. I have seen others do this with success. You can also rent space on your blog to advertisers instead of relying on clicks and traffic.
It’s getting to be summer and that’s when people go on vacation. The downside to that is when you aren’t active on your blog it can really hurt. Offer services to monitor someone’s blog. All kinds of things can happen, your site can go down, issues happen. Putting someone else in charge ensures issues and comments get addressed and you can just have a great time.
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There are so many blogger micro jobs options as a freelance writer with sites like Up work you can find limited writing gigs but why go through a middleman? Offer blog articles for a fee.
I can tell you for certain it can be difficult to get quality comments. A comment done right can add value to a post. Why not sell comment packages. Sites like pay per post will pay literally change for this blogger micro job and you can offer it directly.
Basically, this is taking tasks that Virtual Assistants get paid for and breaking them down into short blogger micro jobs that don’t take much time and allow you to add multiple streams of income. We can all use a little padding in our wallets!