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How I Earned $15000 from The Problogger Job Board

Profile photo of Sunday Submitted by Sunday July 24, 2014 Website: www.problogger.net

I have a secret formula for using the Problogger job board that will enthrall many, and bring others to tears with their boredom. That is OK! I do not want everyone to use what I am about to explain below, because that just means more business for me.

In fact, I struggled with whether I should even share this information to anyone, because…well… human greed being what it is. Over the past year, I have automated the process on the Problogger job board to the point where I spend roughly 5-10 minutes prospecting for every new client off the board.

Pardon my laziness, but I don’t want to work to get clients business. I want to work to keep their business by focusing on awesome content. This is why the Problogger Job Board is simply the best, as we will discuss below in my step-by-step tutorial.


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4 Responses to “How I Earned $15000 from The Problogger Job Board” Leave a reply ›

  • Profile photo of Sunday Profile

    A very interesting detail on how to make money with the ProBlogger Job Board! I have heard of it in the past but I think it would be good to really get hold of how it can really make one get the right client.

    The step-by-step guide is quite simple. Hopefully, with the information we should get to become a good freelancer. I guess there is a new revelation for me with regards to the use of IFTTT tool.

    The best part of this post is the realization that there are pitfalls to avoid when using the Problogger Job board. These pitfalls readily should be avoided!
    Sunday recently posted…How to Get More People to Register for Your Next EventMy Profile

  • Profile photo of Dok Simon Profile

    Hello Mr. Sunday !!

    I find this article very helping not just towards your approach but i guess it can also be used in so many areas, I was amazed at the outcome of this insightful context, I appreciate you shared it with us…

    Regards,
    DOK Simon,
    Dok Simon recently posted…How To Build Efficient Brand Awareness for Your BusinessMy Profile

  • Profile photo of Rajaraman K Profile

    It is very exciting that we can make that type of revenue from our job board. It’s all about quality content and monetizing that into good ad revenue.

    If a forum, job board or blog is optimized in a proper way with lots of content unique to search engines, income can be good. Quality content can increase the ad revenue with better search engine positions.

  • Profile photo of Princewill Okafor Profile

    Well I have not heard of the Pro blogger Job board, this is totally new to me, Good you shared it with us..

    Am glad you put it forth in the way that it can be understood and carried out, well detailed, straight to the point…

    With you making as much as $15000 it shows one can see the success you saw if the right things are done….

    Gracias…
    Princewill Okafor recently posted…Taking screenshots with your Samsung Galaxy S5 Or Any Android SmartphoneMy Profile

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