March 26, 2022
I have a few words to say about the book I’m reblogging today:
Third: I have come to the conclusion that a blog like mine will never be on a Top Ten list (except with my husband, mom, BFFs, and JC, who reads pretty-much everything I write and comments – love to all!).
Fourth: If by a stroke of luck (magic, or a lightening bolt straight from the finger of God Him/Herself) I *am* able to make money at this gig, it may or may not be because of things I learned in this book. To be clear, probably not. But, maybe.
Fifth: If you’re new at blogging, this book is fantabulous!
Sixth: And this has nothing to do with the book but lately I’ve noticed that I use a lot of exclamation points. Yesterday, while I was at the dentist, I saw the Seinfeld episode about exclamation marks. Do you remember it? I’d totally forgotten about it! You know, it holds up!!! Also, I need to work on that… except, I almost can’t help it because in my head, I say most things with an exclamation mark at the end! Know what I mean? I know you do!!!! Hahahahaha!!!!! I crack me up!!!!!
There is no technical knowledge required: all you need is this book, a laptop, and an internet connection, and you could be blogging your way to wealth and happiness. – From the back ofGet Rich Blogging by Zoe Griffin
Warning: I have a Love/Hate “relationship” with this book. Be prepared to jump back and forth. Take a Dramamine or Gravol, if needed.
It sounds so easy. Just start a blog.
Not so fast, Speedy!
Griffin is walking the talk if the talk is about stuff like beauty, celebrities, food, and fun. Herblog is bringing in a six-figure income and she livin’ life large! Good for her! Seriously.
She’s a good writer and Get Rich Blogging is easy to navigate and conversational with case studies, quotes, checklists and easy-to-follow directions.
Not everyone will benefit.
First, the book is about five years old and some of the info in…
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