3.Teach Them To Do What You Do
Depending on the type of blog you write, you might be able to offer your readers the knowledge and skills they need to do exactly what you do.
Solid passive income ideas come from taking something you already do anyway, and making money from it. If you run a photography blog, you can probably teach someone how to take a great photo.
If you run a fashion blog, you could definitely improve a reader’s dress sense. You could design a course that’s completely your own, and charge for it.
Even easier, you could partner up with a website that offers online learning courses, and receive a commission for anyone who signs up to a course that you promote.
Online education as an industry is worth over $100bn a year. Isn’t it about time you started taking a slice of that?
4.Publish An E-Book
We’re going to go out on a limb here, and say that if you’re a blogger, you know how to write. And if you have readers, people enjoy your writing.
You’re far closer than you realize to being a published author. And you know the best thing about writing an e-book?
Once it’s written, you can sell it again and again without having to do any more work on it. So think about what you write about, and how it could be turned into a book.
Anyone with a diet blog can write a fitness guide. If you’ve been blogging because you’re a new parent, how about writing your own personal guide to parenthood?
Or if people just seem to love hearing stories about your life, why not just give them the whole story and write an autobiography?
There are many websites you can partner with online to retail your e-book. If a new book comes out by your favourite author, you’re going to go out and buy it. Why would the readers of your blog be any different?