Imagine having fun making money with your blog. You enjoy interacting with your community, responding to comments, writing posts, and highlighting products you think will help your readership. It’s rewarding to have your little slice of the internet universe.
Now imagine making money from your hobby and leaving a job you no longer enjoy for a high paying job that totally fits your blogging interests! So many people are stuck working at jobs they do not not enjoy – some even hate their jobs, but can’t break free due to all their financial responsibilities.
After 15 months of working with several companies in their respective marketing departments, I’m here to tell you that there is a world of fantastic, high-paying jobs out there that every blogger with at least a couple years of experience can have.
We bloggers are creatives and business people in one. We are the CEOs, CMOs, CFOs, COOs of our respective sites. There’s no better way to learn than to learn by actually building something from nothing. We’ve all built something from nothing, and that’s something we should all be very proud of.
I realize that not every blogger can generate hundreds of thousands of page views a month or make a hefty online salary. Some give up when they realize they could be making more at McDonald’s flipping burgers than blogging. But the biggest irony is that most of the successful bloggers who do end up making a lot of money don’t have the sole goal of making a lot of money in the first place. Their primary goal is to write, connect, and share their creativity.
Besides the lucrative Chief Content Officer, Chief Marketing Officer, or VP of Marketing officer positions, here are five more relatively high paying jobs for bloggers to pursue. Read More