Four years ago when I started blogging I didn’t think my blog would fetch me money, especially since I wasn’t blogging the way popular bloggers like Linda Ikeji, Laura Ikeji and many others did.

I wanted to write, not because I’m a great writer, but because writing for me was a good way to express myself. I’ve found myself falling in love with writing, from songs to ideas to books, you name it. Which is why I am truly grateful for people like Ore and Tosin Daniel that assist in editing majority of my blog posts.

Thankfully, I can say today that my blog has paid me due to consistency, faith, perseverance and amazing supporters, especially my readers ( y’all are the real deal!), hence my decision to write this free E-book so new and existing bloggers can see the different ways you can make money by starting and building your own blog. I personally do not apply all the steps mentioned in this book, especially advertising on this blog, but they are all good ideas so choose what works for you.

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I am excited that this book can serve as a good blogging resource, do enjoy. Please supply us your email address and other details so we can add you to our subscriber’s list which means you’ll be the first to know when other relevant and juicy resources are available!

In conclusion, it’s important to note that money should not be the number one reason you’d want to start and run a blog. You are in this life for a reason, use your blog to announce to the world your calling. Let your goal both in life and death be how to please Christ. Do not let your search for daily bread obstruct your spiritual goals and growth, or dim your spiritual vision.

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Ormah is one of the successful gospel bloggers in Nigeria. She publishes more in depth coverage of Nigerian music, motivational articles, real life stories, lifestyle and her faith in God. Ormah is an excellent writer and has written 3 books. She is also a content marketing professional and reading Ormah's blog has become a part of Nigerian's daily routines.