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Blogging Your Passion

What are you passionate about? Is it possible for you to make a living and help others in an area that you are passionate about? Absolutely! You need the know-how and the desire. Let me show you how.

Website: http://BloggingYourPassion.com
Members: 603
Latest Activity: on Wednesday

Blogging Your Passion was founded by Jonathan Milligan in early 2011. His passion is helping bloggers become better bloggers. Read more about him below:

Jonathan's Blogging Journey


I first heard of blogging in the Summer of 2008. I was really fascinated by the idea and concept. It was about the same time that I began a personal mission to discover my true purpose in life. I had spent the previous five years building a start-up executive search firm with a few close friends. Although I was enjoying the journey, I really wanted to find my "fit" in the world... [Read More]

 

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For the past two years, we have helped hundreds of blogging students discover their passion and make money blogging about it. This group is dedicated to helping others build their platform and get their message out to the world. Come learn from two ProBloggers as they share their story and tips for how to create a portable, freedom business online.

We were honored to have Dan Miller on our podcast. Be sure to take a moment and hear: Dan Miller on Online Business, Blogging, and Books.

BYPU 101


BYP University 101 Course

In 22+ step-by-step videos, Bob and Jonathan provide detailed instruction on how to get your Wordpress blog up and running today. In addition, they provide expert suggestions on how to set your blog up to succeed!

Who it's best for:

  • Those who want to start a blog today and need step-by-step guidance.
  • Those who want a simple Wordpress tutorial.


Just click here to find out more!


BYPU 201




The 201 course takes everything to the next level with over 40 instructional videos and downloadable PDFs.

The course covers topics like how to start getting traffic to your blog today, how to use social media to grow your blog, and the best ways to make money from your blog. It was designed to pick up right where BYPU 101 left off and help bloggers grow their blogs.

Who it's best for:

  • Those who already have their blog up and running but don't really know what to do next.


Find out more about 201 here.


BYPU 301




The 301 course has over 40 instructional videos and downloadable PDFs. It covers tips and strategies for getting more traffic (from a variety of sources), earning more money from your current traffic, lots of SEO guidance for helping your blog to get found in the search engines, and even some real-world advice about turning your blog into a real business.

Who it's best for:

  • Those who have been blogging a while, who have a little bit of a following, who are making a little money, but who want help taking their blog to the next level.
  • We assume that you know everything from the 201 course and we cover advanced topics that many new bloggers may not be able to keep up with.


Find out more about 301 here.


Discussion Forum

Setting website tips

Started by Chris Wensink. Last reply by Jonathan Milligan Dec 11. 1 Reply

Hello Everyone,I'm working on selling a website on flippa.com.  Has anyone ever done this before, or have any experience with this?How do you determine the value of your website?ChrisContinue

First How-to-Book

Started by Bob Fraser Oct 28. 0 Replies

Just a reminder:My first How-to-Book "How to Start and Operate a Successful Pressure Washing Business" will be available on Kindle tomorrow, Oct. 29, for a promotional special of only 99 cents.  If you buy the book please leave me a review.  If I…Continue

I Need Advice on where to go... first time blogger

Started by Mike Copelin. Last reply by Diana Hutchinson Oct 1. 13 Replies

This is from Mike Copelin in Orange Beach, AL and I need a little advice.  I recently asked Dan a couple of questions on his podcast that he responded to me regarding my wife not being too excited about me starting a blog.  Anyway, this is truly my…Continue

Under which rock do I look to find this

Started by Patrick M. Matherne Sep 25. 0 Replies

Last night I had an idea for a blog. I had been trying to find ideas I could write about like hobbies and such and then it dawned on me that I could write about what is going on in my life right now. See I am the only working parent in a family who…Continue

Did I Miss Something?

Started by Kathy Aug 25. 0 Replies

I have a slide presentation I made from PowerPoint and an audio from audacity and got them working perfectly together, however when I load them to Screencast, only the audio shows up. They are in MP3 format, do I need to load them in a different…Continue

Tags: Screencast, Point, Power

Facebook Comments plugin on Wordpress

Started by Derek Olsen. Last reply by Jerry Stumpf Aug 15. 9 Replies

Has anyone used the Facebook comments plugin for Wordpress?https://developers.facebook.com/docs/plugins/comments/What are you thoughts and experience with this?-DerekContinue

Too Niche???

Started by Fred Polacek. Last reply by Fred Polacek Jul 31. 18 Replies

Hey guys - I am new to this group. I looked through old discussions to see if this was covered but I could not find this covered.  I have had an idea for a while to create a blog pertaining to engineering design process, but I am concerned that this…Continue

New podcast! Creative Studio Academy

Started by Joshua Rivers Jul 16. 0 Replies

I've been busy the past few weeks interviewing many great guests for my new podcast, which has launched this week. The third episode came out today, with two more coming this week.It is the Creative Studio Academy, and focuses on helping people that…Continue

BloggingYourPassion.com - Blog Feed

The ONE Thing in Common with All Successful Bloggers

One of my favorite novels of all time is A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. Did you know that for years Charles Dickens wrote in obscurity? He spent three years writing for the Evening Chronicle for no payment. Eventually, much to the surprise of Dickens, he was approached by a young publisher who wanted to […]

The post The ONE Thing in Common with All Successful Bloggers appeared first on Blogging Your Passion.

Meet Edgar Review – How to Be Everywhere Without Losing Your Mind

I often tell people that social media posting feels like pouring water into a leaky bucket. There are some cool social media scheduling tools out there, but most of them have one flawed problem – your need to constant fill up the bucket. Maybe you spend once a week scheduling quotes, image quotes, engaging questions, […]

The post Meet Edgar Review – How to Be Everywhere Without Losing Your Mind appeared first on Blogging Your Passion.

5 Questions All Audiences Want to Know About You

While we advocate blogging your passion, the truth is your blog is not about you. It’s about who you are helping through your passion. It’s about making a difference in the lives of other through the talent, skill and experience you have. It’s a critical point you shouldn’t miss. The Questions Your Audience is Asking […]

The post 5 Questions All Audiences Want to Know About You appeared first on Blogging Your Passion.

5 Ways People Learn from You

If you’re a blogger, you’re in the information expert empire. This took awhile for me to fully embrace. Early on in my blogging journey, my highest aspiration was to earn money online and remain anonymous behind the scenes. I finally began to realize I was serving no one with this strategy including myself. If you […]

The post 5 Ways People Learn from You appeared first on Blogging Your Passion.

The 72 Most Tweetable Moments of the Platform Conference

I just recently returned from the Platform Conference in Colorado Springs, Colorado. It was an amazing time of connecting with other passionate bloggers and learning at the feet of those I most admire. There was so much wisdom shared at this conference I decided to share it with you in an easy, digestible format. Below […]

The post The 72 Most Tweetable Moments of the Platform Conference appeared first on Blogging Your Passion.

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Comment by Stephen Scasta on December 29, 2011 at 9:34pm

Hello everyone!  Excited to join the group, look forward to getting to know you all.  The blog for my business is at www.profitdriversconsulting.com/blog.  Just put up a new Year in Review post. Hopefully it can help inspire anyone going through a difficult time.

I'm looking forward to viewing all the videos in BYP University!

Have a Happy New Year's,

Steve

Comment by Jim Cordero on December 25, 2011 at 8:31pm

I looked at Zoho. Either I'm not seeing what I'm looking for, or this just isn't it.

Comment by Brad Kinder on December 23, 2011 at 5:35pm

I would recommend Zoho also.  I have used it and it meets my needs.  Like Jim mentioned, it is free!

I would give it a look!


Group Leader
Comment by Jeff Long on December 23, 2011 at 3:45pm
Jim,

Have you looked into Zoho.com or other CRM software. I haven't used Zoho much but it might help. Plus, it's free!
Comment by Jim Cordero on December 23, 2011 at 12:32pm

Hello. Does anyone here have experience with a contacts database program that you'd recommend? I'm building a list of info in excel, and now in google docs. primarily church leadership contacts, organizations, schools, and a list of individuals who volunteer at events / street team members. I want the ability to create fields and lay it out the way I want it. I'm mostly contacting people with email, and facebook, but will also mail materials to them, call them, and sometimes text. I want to be able to sort the info, and easily send email from it.

Ultimately I want to be able to simply enter / edit contact info, sort and manage it, and communicate with people on specific lists.

I'm not a master of excel, I've just started using google docs and have questions about it. So I thought before I spend too much time on this trail I'd ask and see if there's a better way of doing this.


Group Leader
Comment by Connie Foster on December 21, 2011 at 4:59pm
Thanks Rob. I'm just glad I had the whole day to sort through the process. It probably took me longer than most since I'm not very tech savvy. Let me know when you mark the task off your list so I can join the celebration.
Comment by Robert "Rob" E. Copeland III on December 21, 2011 at 3:55pm

Connie - A big congratulations!!  I am inspired by your commitment, good work, positive outcome, and probably a lot of perseverance. In all honesty starting a blog popped up on my Toodledo task list on 6/3/11.  It's time to get it done!!


Group Leader
Comment by Connie Foster on December 21, 2011 at 3:03pm

Jonathan and Bob,

Thanks so much for providing the Blogging Your Passion 101 video series. After much procrastination, I finally went threw the entire process today and, thanks to you guys, built my blog!!! I'm tired, I'm starving, my husband is starving, and there's no reason to get out of my PJs at this point since it'll be time to go to bed again soon. I would love the feedback from anyone out there with a moment to spare.

www.strokecaregiving.com

Thanks again, guys. Let me know when the next video series is ready.

Connie

Comment by Rick Seigmund on November 10, 2011 at 10:01am

Hi to all,

 

Thanks so much for your previous comments, and for everyone who looked at my site. I’m slowly working on the revisions, and will let you all know when they are complete. I’m also posting this same post in a few different places on 48 Days, so you might see it again! I am still working at my JOB full time, so my time resources are somewhat limited, apologies as to not responding or being involved as much as I really need to be. I am working on two websites for coaching (and yes Ken, speaking)! The first is The Exceptional American, which is focused on Life Coaching, and the second is The Leader Forge, which will obviously be focused on Leadership. My passion is leadership, though I see life coaching as a solid secondary focus, as not everyone can be nor wants to be a leader specifically, but everyone can and should be working on improving their life situation. I have been slow working on things, but am now laser beam focused on my sites, my speech, and my training formats, as I am planning my transition to full time coaching and speaking by mid-January. So, any comments, critiques, encouragement and questions are and will be appreciated. I have gained much from this community and really appreciate what you all are doing on here. Thanks much!

 

Rick Seigmund 

 

Comment by STAR PRATT on October 29, 2011 at 7:22pm

Hi there,

I'm a Newbie to the 48Days World and so far it's going rather nicely.  I've started a FB Page last year October and about a week ago I began a Blog at 

http://achangers.blogspot.com/to possibly drive peoply to the FB Page but it is going very slow.  Please view and share all comments you can ..... also please share your ideas as to what else you think I can do or add to this Blog to get people interested.  FB Page .... please stop by and add your support 

 http://www.facebook.com/Atmospheric.Changer.Prayers

 

Thanks in advance.  Star Pratt

 
 
 

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