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6 Responses to “#wahm #homebiz How To Make Money Blogging: How I Replaced My Day Job With My Blog”

  1. Anonymous says:
    41 of 43 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Much information, uncomfortably presented, October 26, 2015
    By 
    Always Asking

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    As an aging professional who likes to write and who was heading toward a meagerly funded retirement, I was interested in learning more about How to Make Money Blogging…
    The author has two themes intertwined: how to do blogging, and how to generate some income through the blog. Neither theme is particularly deeply explored, nor well explained, for anyone who is a true novice. Since most creative procedures, including running a business, are not well-described as linear procedures, inexperienced teachers often find themselves referring to components of the process — usually with jargon — before they are ready to discuss them. While the inexperienced reader needs guideposts explaining which topic is being foreshadowed and which is center stage, these are not forthcoming.
    Aside from my disappointment with the structure of the work, the jargon, and the jumbling together of components of the poorly ordered sections, I have two others.
    A strong disappointment is the complete lack of concrete examples to illustrate the issues under discussion. These would have gone a long way to mitigating the jargon.
    Another strong disappointment is the extremely poor editing, even proofreading, evident throughout. Many sentences contain extra words. Other sentences repeat the same word but with different meanings. Finally, the author repeats some information several times without explaining the need for such emphasis.
    The reason this work receives any stars at all is that I do come away with some ideas for further research. But they will all need much further research before I can even hope to understand what he was talking about.
  2. Anonymous says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Easy to follow, October 27, 2018
    By 
    CJ

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    The content wasn’t overwhelming and I didn’t walk away discouraged.

    For years friends and family have said many many times- Cj, you should write this stuff down. While I have not officially published my first blog post, I have been looking into the idea, since I am now unable to work. I have made many long posts and notes on Facebook as well as documented my thoughts and feelings regarding the human condition and how we approach our relationships. How we waste time and sometimes end them over root causes that were so simple and clear, yet because the answer wasn’t the polite or most popular approach to relationship maintenance they threw their supposed best friend away and are left dazed trying to remember who was the bigger jerk.

    I’ve got some pretty strong opinions on these things and am known for being the go to resident arm chair psychiatrist.

    Why? First and foremost- I genuinely love people. I love their messy hearts and minds. And probably why people always wanna ask Cj is because they know, I will be honest, I won’t pick a side or hold it against them if they don’t take my advise and I won’t pull any punches.

    Yet, when I began looking into blogging for passion and profit I found article after article saying my niche was too saturated. I spent 2 weeks moping in bed asking God if I’d read my answer from him wrong? Was I just wishfully ego driven or did he really wake me up two mornings after I hit my knees in prayer for direction.

    Thanks for not being another person who blew my candle out and providing an easy to follow practical guide. I look forward to deep diving into the links provided. Hope to meet you in the blogging world Mr Lotich!

  3. Anonymous says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Truly recommend, August 18, 2019
    By 
    Gisele (HYDE PARK, MA)

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    Wow that was such a valuable experience it’s not just the author being very interested in explain how everything works, but he shows you how to avoid problems on your way making your blog fun and profitable, isn’t that amazing. It’s unbelievable how he knows the way to get in the top of the mountain, there is a lot of hard work but if you really want to make money in something fun start reading this book and you will find a way. Of course I made a lot of mistakes trying to build my own blog but I’m glad that my suffering ends today after reading this book. Make money blogging is something really exciting my heart is beating fast to start my project, if you have the feeling that is about the moment to quite your job and start making real money please read this book before you do it, you gonna have a chance to plan your freedom with all the tools you need to be successful.
  4. Anonymous says:
    72 of 72 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Wow. Just wow. Erik Weck makes budgeting seem doable!, May 2, 2018
    By 
    Susan D. (Central Florida, USA)

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    Like a lot of Americans in their late 50s, I took a deep pay cut after I was downsized from my job of 20+ years and finally got another job. I’m talking making about 50% less than I did at my old job. (On the other hand, the old job was at a poorly managed toxic place that would have eventually killed me, and the new job is at a positive, stable, fun, well managed organization I want to work for forever.) My new employer offered a Dave Ramsey course, and I signed up but didn’t get much further than Baby Step 3. The Ramsey course turned me off—it felt hyper religious and a little embarrassing at times, like being yelled at by your 6th grade phys ed teacher for not being able to run 600 yards. Weck borrows Ramsey’s solid principles and makes them palatable. Finally I feel as if I have a way out of my crushing credit card debt. His writing is engaging and encouraging and a little self deprecatingly humble, and never, ever dull. This is without a doubt the best, most practical financial planning book I’ve ever read. Even if you make $350k plus a year, you would profit by following his principles. And most amazingly of all, Weck makes reading this information a pleasure, not a chore. Thanks, Erik!
  5. Anonymous says:
    52 of 52 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A really good read, December 20, 2017
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    KeithMac227 (CHICAGO, IL)

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    So far I’ve read several books about personal finance and they seemed to focus more on getting rich, as if thats everyone’s primary goal. Erik’s book spent a lot of time dealing with how to survive the day to day life of being in a bad financial situation, and I could really relate to that. If I end up rich later in life great, but right now I need to get my finances in order and this book helped with that. I’ve already recommended it to some friends, and I certainly think it worth the time and money.
  6. Anonymous says:
    79 of 80 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great little book for personal budgeting, May 11, 2015
    By 
    Avid Reader (Oakland, CA)

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    This might not work for others, but I found this book to be EXACTLY what I need to start getting my spending under control. I recently retired and am living with reduced circumstances. I have been finding it far too easy to keep spending money as if I still had it. This book provides a way of doing a personal budget that actually makes sense to me. I can have enough flexibility to have the things I really want when I cut out the things that don’t really matter. It provides a way of looking at the things I automatically spend money on to try to see if there are better ways of getting what I want. I can do things in ways other than the way I have done them always that provide as much as or more pleasure with much less cost. For example–instead of asking friends out to lunch, I have repainted old lawn furniture and have started having friends over for coffee. It’s much more enjoyable and better fits a reduced income.

    I particularly like the example of a dentist and his assistant who had very disparate incomes, but showed how the assistant actually was living better than her boss. That really made me think about the times in my life that I had a big income but wasn’t living very well. I was making many of the same mistakes that the dentist was. Where was this great little book then? Would I have paid any attention to it then?

    The focus is not on doing a budget once and disparing when it doesn’t work. A budget is a work in progress and provides a fresh look every month with a fresh look at expectations.

    I am grateful for this realistic way at looking at handling money. It is not a complete book of personal finance, saving and investing. It is just a look at how to handle what one has when that isn’t all that much.

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