Do People Still Read Blogs? (Is Blogging Finally Dead in 2020?)

We’re here to answer, do people still read blogs? So, let’s get right to it. Do people still read blogs? Yes, people still read blogs today (in record numbers) and will almost certainly continue reading blogs for many years to come. In fact, an overwhelming 77% of Internet users report regularly reading blog posts according

Blog Income Report for July 2020: How I Earned $47,772.75 Blogging (Last Month)

July was another record month in blog income for this year so far. Income came in at $47,772.75 and I brought in 374,561 readers—with a very healthy 468,164 unique sessions. Now, digging into the numbers for July… blog income made another sizable leap over the previous month, again landing pretty far above my forecast range

40 Blogging Statistics You Need to Know in 2020 (to Blog Smarter This Year)

40 Blogging Statistics You Need to Know to Blog Smarter

If you’re looking for the most up-to-date blogging statistics in 2020, you’ve come to the right place. As a blogger, business owner, writer or content marketer, it pays dividends to be in the know when it comes to the industry’s latest blogging statistics. Why? Well, having a grasp on the most current blogging statistics can

6 Best Managed WordPress Hosting Plans in 2020 (What is Managed Hosting and Who Needs it?)

6 Best Managed Hosting Plans (and Providers) Compared and Reviewed Plus What is Managed Hosting

Searching for the best managed WordPress hosting plans? Look no further. Here are my reviews (and comparisons) of the top managed hosting providers on the market this year. We’ll also be talking about how to decide on the right kind of hosting for your blog’s needs—for instance, choosing between shared hosting or managed WordPress hosting.

How I Earn an Extra $1,000 a Month with Amazon Affiliate Marketing (Plus the Tools I Use)

Amazon Affiliate Marketing How to Earn 1k Per Month with Andy Feliciotti on ryrob

If you’re looking to build a passive source of online income, Amazon affiliate marketing can be a great way to monetize the readers coming to your blog—by tastefully weaving in links to helpful products that can be purchased on Amazon after clicking through from your website. Then, in return for referring that product sale to

How to Write an About Me Page for Your Blog in 2020 (Introduce Yourself and Tell a Story)

How to Write an About Me Page for Your Blog (Introduce Yourself and Tell a Story)

Learning how to write an About Me page that can capture the attention of your readers, clearly articulate why your blog exists and tell a compelling story, is a skill that’s highly underrated today. And despite the fact that overall content quality has increased consistently over the years, I’ve noticed a strange trend on most

60 Best Remote Jobs Websites to Find a Great Remote Job (Fast) in 2020

60 Remote Jobs Websites to Get Great Remote Jobs This Year

Whether you’re searching for the best remote jobs in order to unlock a more flexible schedule void of the daily commute, or to land the kind of remote job that’ll empower you to leave home behind in exchange for traveling the world, then you’re in the right place 😊 Over the past several years, I’ve held

What is a Blog? How a Blog is Different than a Website (Blog Definition) in 2020

What is a Blog? How a Blog is Different Than a Website (and Blogging Basics)

Well, you’re here to answer the question, what is a blog? So, here we go. What is a blog? A blog is a regularly updated website where new content is frequently published, typically written in an informal or conversational style—often with the goal of attracting readers and achieving some sort of goal, whether community-building or

The History of Blogging: How Blogging Has Evolved (From 1993 to 2020)

History of Blogging Journey Description Infographic Optimized

The history of blogging. It’s 2020, and most of us know what a blog is—but do you know the history of blogging? You read blogs (or at least you’ve now read this blog). You probably know of other popular blogs that cover topics you’re interested in, and I’m guessing you’ve either managed your own—or at