Utilize the Recession to Make MORE Money Blogging

Published September 13, 2022

Video Description

News of a recession can be incredibly discouraging when you're trying to grow an income from blogging. But this is the perfect time to keep going and stick it out! As hard as it might be, continuing while everyone else quits can give you a huge advantage in the long run. And because times are hard and we truly want to help, we've decided to give away a free 1-year membership to Project 24. You'll get one entry for each video you comment on from now until the end of the year! And we'll randomly select a winner from those entries. So if you comment on 5 separate IC videos from now until January 1st you'll get 5 entries. But multiple comments on a single video will still only get you one entry. Make sense? Here are more details on the terms of this contest: https://incomeschool.com/comment-contest/ Have a question or idea for a video? Or maybe you want your site or a specific article reviewed. Let me know here: https://forms.office.com/r/9VYNvRUzaN Want more personalized help? Check out our private coaching: https://incomeschool.com/private-coaching/ Check out Project 24: https://incomeschool.com/project24/?ref=45 Project 24 is our membership program that teaches you how to work toward replacing your current income with income from websites and YouTube channels in 24 months. Also check out our stupid fast and crazy functional WordPress theme, Acabado. https://incomeschool.com/acabado Also, our current recommendations for blogging, video, and podcasting gear, software, and other resources can always be found at https://incomeschool.com/tools Have you seen us on Instagram yet? Add us to see what we're doing behind the scenes: https://www.instagram.com/income.school/ Project 24 is a product of Income School LLC. Results mentioned are not typical. The trademark “Project 24” refers to the goal of some people to create a successful business in 24 months, but is not a promise or guarantee of that success. Many online businesses fail because, like any business, it requires hard work, skill, and dedication. Before making business decisions, consult financial and legal professionals licensed in your jurisdiction.

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