Market leverage TV Gives You The Lowdown on Blogging

With so many bloggers out there, can an Internet publisher still make money with a good old fashion blog? The answer is yes according to Market leverage TV. In the following video, Chelsea Osoling of MLTV gives you the lowdown on blogging. She answers the most common questions and gives piratical advices on how to make money by blogging.

Market leverage TV is a weekly broadcast put on by the fine crew at Market leverage. Each week’s episode is filled with information, tips and happenings in the affiliate marketing industry. However, unlike our dot Com Pho videos, MLTV doesn’t have a gadget of the week and they don’t do Twitter shout outs. But they are still well worth watching.


18 thoughts on “Market leverage TV Gives You The Lowdown on Blogging”

  1. Pheak Tol says:

    aw this sucks my office filtered out the video from your blog, gotta wait till i get home to watch it.

    its interesting to see if we can still make decent money off our blogs i make money elsewhere but blog as much as i can

  2. Darin Carter says:

    Blogging is stil a profitable industry … just gotta find your niche … !!!

    1. fas says:

      Not necessary Niche. John Chow does not blog about any niche, make money online tips is a very saturated topic.

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  3. Practical, yet useful advice!

    …and I agree with Darin, find your niche and the money will begin to flow!

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  4. I have the blog, I have the niche, gotta get the traffic

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  5. Chris says:

    I find these ML videos a little corny, but its interesting to see what my AM looks like. =)

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    1. Interesting video, but yes, corny as heck. ha

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  6. MLDina says:

    Thanks for the post about MLTV! If we did a gadget of the week and twitter shout outs, we’d have to call it the Dot Com Pho, I hear that’s already taken. We will be adding new segments soon though, so if you (or your readers) have any suggestions, let us know!

  7. Online TV says:

    I also think that good blogger can make money with an old fashioned blog because people are not so much interested in the design as they are interested in the blog content. If the blog has some good posts in it, then people will come to him.

  8. Dino says:

    This is great, quite impressed indeed, at the same time i would like to shoutout to Dina, whats good thanks for dropping by my blog. I know you be reading this, im going to hit you back up soon, and i am looking at Marketleverage intensively.

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    1. MLDina says:

      Hey Dino- looking forward to it! Let me know if you have any questions.

  9. It’s not going to be easy, takes work like any other business. Certain niche’s will have better rewards then others. You can still compete with the big boys you just have to find “your way” of doing it.

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  10. Well I guess the only we need now it is the traffic and then we can cash in big time.

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  11. I still feel that blog is about sharing ideas. Money making blogs are so many now. Can they really make money? I don’t know. I only prefer to enjoy blogging rather than making money from it.

  12. Silvia says:

    Nice teaching!And the tips are really useful but it needs long waiting for the results!

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  13. fas says:

    Its kinda silly for ML to give a shout to themselves :@

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  14. Free Movies says:

    i agree with it and very nice video….

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