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7 Tips for Turning Your Blog Into a Business

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It’s very common to come across blogs that focus solely around event planning and everything that goes along with it (like this one).  However, did you know that you, yes you, could do the exact same thing and make lots of money doing so?  Having a successful blog as a business is very possible if you know the right tricks, and TNW news is telling readers how to accomplish this.

  1. Join an influencer marketing platform
  2. Offer content writing for brands
  3. Get paid to appear at events
  4. Create and sell merchandise
  5. Run banner ads
  6. Sponsored content

For the final tip for turning your blog into a business, click here.

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