By: Monica Miller Monday April 29, 2019 comments Tags: start a blog, blog for business, blog retreat, make money blogging


I made $1,000 from blogging. 

No, I didn't make my money from the "traditional" ways of blogging - you know, ads, affiliate marketing, or online courses either.

The way I created my income was through another unique way that I feel not many people talk about or even see as a way to make money blogging.

If you're thinking, "That's too much work, Monica, and I don't need a blog to come up with a free class."

You're right, you don't.

But here's the difference: my blogs are still impacting other people lives, not just the 80+ or so people I presented to since that time I created the presentation. And I was able to kill two birds with one stone: I got to impact people lives both online and offline - a skill that many entrepreneurs don't know how to do (they seem to think it's either one or the other, rather than a mixture of both).

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So getting back to making money, the first time I held the presentation, I worked with Roxy Jordet and her business partner at the time to create content for their blog and message. They were actually my first high-ticketed clients and I was so nervous to work with them at the time!

Fast forward a few years later, Roxy is still a dear friend, mentor, kick-me-in-my-tush rockstar that I would never have met without hosting my presentation. That just goes to show you never know who you'll meet because you turn your online content into offline work.

This was the beginning of my love for blogging and sharing that with others how important it is for business owners to have a blog for themselves. It all started from a blog series I decided to write and turn into a presentation.

Since then, I have worked with female entrepreneurs from the same presentation to get their blogs out into the world. 

This same content has fueled my online courses, webinars, eBooks, workbooks, newsletter content, social media content, and other blogs that I cannot even tell you how I have repurposed my content to get myself and my brand seen and heard all across the interwebs and physically.

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Yes, I have made more than $1,000, but the money I'm thinking of is the money that I made from working with Roxy, in particular, using this one presentation the first time I gave it. This doesn't include the money I made from other clients using the same presentation or repurposing the very same content into workbooks, courses, and more!

If you're ready to gain new clients (and make more money than I did!) and gain more of a web presence with the power of blogging, then I invite you to The Elite Women Blogger Retreat that is being held from May 16-18 in Estes Park, CO, where you'll master the science and strategy of blogging in 2 1/2 days (rather than 2 and 1/2 years like it took me!).

You are going to walk away with templates, strategies, a content calendar, content ideas, and a blog that will work for you and your business.

It's time that your voice is heard across the nation rather than your community. It's time to play big - let me teach you how to do this in a shorter time so you can get your message out there easier, quicker and with confidence!

Click on the link below to register yourself in The Elite Women Blogger Retreat and I'll see you there!

Monica Miller

About the Author: Monica Miller

Coaches and Speakers hire me to articulate their message into convertible and profitable content because most are confusing, overwhelmed, and are lost at what to do and say online, so I help them step up into their authentic authority, strategize their message and increase their income all from the powerful use of content creation and blog strategy.

I am an author of three books, speaker, writer, and coach that loves working with speakers and coaches who want to gain traction in their field by using the power of content. I am married to a USAF veteran and love to snuggle with my cat, Sassy, and I love traveling, drinking coffee and reading.





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