I commented on your blog- highly entertaining!
Elizabeth Newlin said:
Wow, it sounds like I'm the same as everyone here. My blog is intended to generate leads for my real estate business and therefore I very much treat it like a job. But I've always loved to write and the feedback on my stories (I write from a real life/humorous perspective) has been extremely emotionally fulfilling. I consider it component of my career that I very much enjoy right now. I'm not sure it will ever be my goal to be paid to blog, but I definitely hope to generate lots more readers in the future and if revenue comes from that, then so be it! Jobby it is. :D
I definitely agree! It's a hobby for now but somehow I'd like to have a revenue of sorts... :)
I'm absolutely amazed at all the amazing bloggers out there and I'm still learning the ropes so I'm happy w/where I am in the bloggosphere as of now...
La Mom said:
Blogging is a hobby for me, but I would love to turn it into a paying job somehow. I approach marketing my blog with the knowledge I acquired on the job though.
I've been blogging for a short time now, but I hardly remember life before blogging and wonder why I didn't get started sooner.
As of now I'm a low paid intern blogger. Meaning, right now I have one paying gig, that I got through my blog. It's a great opportunity, but can not yet pay the bills.My goal this year is to make a full-time salary.
Nacia (Moms in Boyland)
It started out as just a hobby, but now I'm trying to make it a combination. I love writing and I enjoy giving my opinion to others, so combining these two passions is ideal. I haven't made any money from my blog yet since I'm still starting out. I've been studying about making it a successful business and working on getting more content posted.
Mostly as a hobby, I love blogging. Athough, it would be nice to make a little something of it. If not that's okay, because I have come across some fabulous blogs and people while doing it, and sharing my experiences is pretty awesome too.
blogging is part of my lifestyle as a work-from-home mom.
I don't consider it as a job, but rather a lifestyle -- wherein I can get both worlds of personal freedom and hopefully financial freedom while working on my own anytime, anywhere I want to...
It is a hobby to me, but also to share hope.