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How you can make money from a blog, what Chelsea's social strategy looks like, and how much to charge for a sponsored post with Chelsea Lords.

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Welcome to episode 209 of The Food Blogger Pro Podcast! This week on the podcast, we’re rewinding back to an episode from 2017 with Chelsea from Chelsea’s Messy Apron about how she made $40,000 in her first year of blogging.

How to Make $40K in the First Year of Blogging 

We’re so thrilled to share another FBP Rewind episode with you today, and this episode with Chelsea Lords from Chelsea’s Messy Apron was originally published allllll the way back in 2017. That said, the advice and tips that she shares are all just as prevalent as they were back then.

This is the story of how Chelsea made a whopping $40,000 in her first year of blogging. If you’re already monetizing your blog, or if you have a goal to start monetizing your blog sometime soon, you’ll love hearing about the decisions that Chelsea made in order to turn her blog into a profitable business.

As you’re listening, we encourage you to note where you can tighten up some of your money-making processes in the pursuit of maximizing your blog income.

In this episode, Chelsea shares:
  • What her first step was to starting her blog as a business
  • Why she underestimated the amount of money she would make in her first year
  • Where her first year income came from
  • The equation she used to calculate how much to charge for her first sponsored post
  • How she balances family & work
  • Why it takes her 15 hours to make a blog post
  • How she decides what posts to make videos for
  • What her Facebook strategy looks like
  • What she would have done differently looking back

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If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions for interviews, be sure to email them to podcast@foodbloggerpro.com.

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