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Over the last few years, an overwhelming number of beauty consumers have focused their attention to the advice of beauty vloggers in order to judge cosmetic products, how to wear them, and if certain products are worth purchasing. Precisely why it makes sense that almost 60% of fashion and beauty brands have implemented an influencer marketing strategy, and 21% plan to budget for it over the next 12 months.

Blogger

The easiest way of describing a blogger is someone who is known primarily for their website. When they first emerged over a decade ago, it marked a huge milestone in terms of democratizing the fashion industry. Fashion bloggers have a point of view, a certain taste and a unique way of presenting and documenting fashion – whether visual or written.

The most successful of these have learned to monetize their blogs in terms of advertising, campaigns and brand projects. Some bloggers are also known as influencers because of the success of their blogs.

FIND YOUR NICHE

The first step to creating a beauty blog is coming up with an idea that is unique to you. “With so many beauty blogs on the market now, it’s difficult to find something that hasn’t been done.

Think about what you like most about yourself in terms of beauty.

Perhaps you have long hair that is easy to work with, so you could specialize in hair tutorials. Or maybe you have nice nails, so you could focus on posting nail tutorials. Or, if your passion lies with cosmetics, that’s okay too, but try and make it different somehow.

 

CHOOSE YOUR AUDIENCE

“Next, you need to think about who you want your blog to be aimed at, which will in turn help determine the content of your blog. For example, if you want to inspire teenagers you’re looking to write about affordable brands such as L’oreal and Natural Collection. However, if you’re aiming at women aged 25+, you need to look more at skincare and anti-aging products from brands such as I’m Fabulous Cosmetics and Dermalogica.

 

“You also need to be constantly aware of considering your audience when choosing your style of writing, layout and the general vibe of your blog. If teenagers read your blog, keep your writing chatty, your layout girly and pink! For an older audience, keep it clean and simple.”

I know many other people who have successfully become full-time bloggers. They make a great living from it and have greatly improved their lives.

Starting your own blog can lead to many positives, including possibly becoming a full-time blogger.

Here are some possible topics for your blog. And, the list doesn’t end here. Choose one, all, or some. It’s all up to you.

  • Lifestyle
  • Home
  • Family
  • Finance
  • DIY
  • Small business
  • The outdoors
  • Fitness and health
  • Food
  • Inspiration and advice
  • Animals
  • Travel
  • Games
  • Relationships
  • School
  • Electronics, and more!

Network with others.

Networking is extremely important if you want to become a full-time blogger.

Many bloggers see other bloggers as competition, and this really holds them back. You should be open to making blogging friends, attending blog conferences, sharing content with others, and more.

Networking can help you to enjoy blogging more, learn new things about blogging, make great connections, and more.

 

How To Quit Your Job And Become A Full-Time Blogger

Are you interested in learning how to become a full-time blogger?

Becoming a full-time blogger has completely changed some people’s life. Earning a great living (some on track to earn over $700,000 blogging this year), love what they do, get to help lots of people manage their money better, be your my own boss,  travel full-time, and more.

Life’s changing!

I know many other people who have successfully become full-time bloggers. They make a great living from it and have greatly improved their lives.

Starting your own blog can lead to many positives, including possibly becoming a full-time blogger.

Trust me, it’s possible.

Just a few years ago, I didn’t really even know what a blog was. I started a blog just because I wanted to have a hobby, improve my financial life by publicly talking about it, and so on. I never started my blog with the hopes of earning a living.


I had no idea that people could even make money with blogs. I learned everything slowly and through trial and error, and I really came to love blogging.

After around a year of blogging, I was already making a few thousand dollars a month from my blog, which is a great start to earning a living from blogging.

And, I absolutely LOVED what I was doing.

Create a plan if you want to become a full-time blogger.

If you want to quit your job and become a full-time blogger, I recommend that you first create a plan.

You’ll want to think about a few things, such as:

  • How you’ll make money from blogging
  • How much money you need in order to quit your full-time job
  • When you want to leave your job by
  • How much money you want to save in an emergency fund
  • How you plan to continually grow your blog
  • What goal(s) you are working towards
  • And much, much more.

Creating a plan allows you to lay everything out in front of you. This way, you’ll know what you’re working towards and know what to do.

 

Determine what you’ll blog about.

To become a full-time blogger, I always recommend creating a blog around a topic that you are passionate about, that you are an expert in, that you like, or something else along those lines.

Doing this can make sure blogging stays fun and not a chore.

You can blog about several topics or you can blog about one specific thing, such as personal finance. I write about finance and topics related to that because it’s a topic I enjoy.

However, any topic will work, and any topic can make money blogging.

Yes, your blog can be about anything and/or everything. It’s entirely up to you and what you want to do.

Here are some possible topics for your blog. And, the list doesn’t end here. Choose one, all, or some. It’s all up to you.

  • Lifestyle
  • Home
  • Family
  • Finance
  • DIY
  • Small business
  • The outdoors
  • Fitness and health
  • Food
  • Inspiration and advice
  • Animals
  • Travel
  • Games
  • Relationships
  • School
  • Electronics, and more!

The beauty of having a blog is that it can be about anything you want.

 

 

 

Publish high-quality content.

A blog needs high-quality content, especially if you want to become a full-time blogger. It’s necessary if you want your readers to come back for more.

This means that you’ll want to:

  • Write about things that you believe others will enjoy. If you don’t enjoy anything that you write about, then others probably won’t as well.
  • Do your research. This may include reading other articles, looking up statistics, reading books, and so on.
  • Create content that is engaging. Your writing should make a reader want to do something or engage with you.
  • Write in your own voice. To stand out from others, you should write in your own voice and develop your own writing style.
  • Edit your content. You should never just write content and publish it. You’ll want to reread and edit it. You should be checking for flow, grammar mistakes, and so on.

 

Love what you’re doing.

Blogging is a ton of fun. The best blogs are written by those who love to write and love everything that goes into blogging.

However, that doesn’t mean blogging is just that simple.

It’s quite easy to spend day and night working on your blog, so enjoying it is something that I believe to be very important. There are always new things to learn, things to research, networking opportunities, writing, and more to do. So, enjoying what you do will make everything much better and even easier.

Network with others.

Networking is extremely important if you want to become a full-time blogger.

Many bloggers see other bloggers as competition, and this really holds them back. You should be open to making blogging friends, attending blog conferences, sharing content with others, and more.

Networking can help you to enjoy blogging more, learn new things about blogging, make great connections, and more.

 

Find ways to monetize your blog.

Obviously, if you want to become a full-time blogger, then you’ll need to find ways to make money from blogging.

Luckily, there are several ways to make money blogging. These include:

  • Affiliate marketing – Affiliate income is when you place an affiliate link in a blog post and try to earn money from people buying the product through your link. This can be a good way to make money because if there is a product out there that you love, all you have to do is review the product and hopefully others will be interested in buying it as well.
  • Blog sponsorships – Paid blog posts and advertisements are when you place an advertisement on your blog in exchange for money. This might be in the form of a sponsored review, a guest blog post, a sidebar link, an advertisement within a newsletter, and so on. There are many different forms of paid advertisements on websites.

 

  • Display advertising – Display advertising is when you place an advertisement on your blog in the sidebar, below a blog post, below your header image, or in some other location on your blog. Then, for every so many views that the advertisement sees, you earn a certain amount of money.
  • Creating your own product – There are many products you could create and sell on your website, such as a book, course, etc.

 

Affiliate marketing is the process of earning a commission by promoting other people’s (or company’s) products. You find a product you like, promote it to others and earn a piece of the profit for each sale that you make.

Start a blog.

You will never know if you like blogging, or if you can become a full-time blogger, unless you start one.

Luckily, starting a blog is and affordable.

No, you don’t need a ton of technical skills or anything like that. I started my blog when I didn’t really even know that they existed. Even if you aren’t too computer-savvy, you can still start a successful blog! There are many people who have successfully started a blog even though they didn’t know much about them.

So, the next step of becoming a full-time blogger is that you’ll need to actually start one!

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