Would you like to make money from home through blogging? Do you want advice from experts to help you do that?
I am fortunate to have built my blogging business to a point where I make a full time income. There are so many ways you can make money blogging both online and off, opportunities you can have and amazing people you can meet and in just a few weeks I will be sharing all the ways you can make money, plus more.
On September 13th, 2014, I will be holding a seminar on how to make money blogging, tax and accounting advice including what you can and can’t claim, legal advice on things bloggers should be aware and insurance advice with which insurance bloggers need with my accountant, law firm and insurance broker each sharing their expertise.
I am a firm believer in creating a team to help you be successful, as well as developing a community around you. These guys are part of my team and I am very happy they are willing to come share advice to help you all make money blogging and avoid potential issues with tax, legalities and insurance.
We have swag bags, afternoon tea, lucky door prizes and of course, the presentations plus question time to help you become a better blogger.
Did you know with as little as 1,000 views a month you can be making a nice side income? As you grow your blog you could create a full time income that works with your lifestyle, giving you more time to do things you love! Blogging takes time to master and time to grow your site, but many people make their full time income online. Blogging also leads to other opportunities such as publishing books, speaking, freelance writing, social media careers and more.
Make Money Blogging is a fun afternoon to help you make money with your blog, understand legalities of blogging, tax implications such as what you can claim and what you can’t plus insurance details. Click here for tickets.
What you get…
Advice from experts covering ways to make money blogging, legalities to consider, tax tips and insurance advice
– A bag of swag. All attendees will receive a bag with samples, coupons and more exclusive to the event.
– The chance to win some lucky door prizes
– Afternoon tea
– A chance to network with other bloggers, businesses and social media influencers in Canberra
– Feel good factor from helping a charity! All profits from this event are going to the Communities@Work Sleepout, with a goal of $5,000. The donation will be made once the event is finished.
Kylie Ofiu – Winner Best International Personal Finance Blog 2012 and 2013, full time blogger, owner of multiple blogs, CEO of Occasio Enterprises, author, writer, one of Canberra’s 101 Humans for Human Brochure and international speaker. I will be sharing ways to make money blogging both on your site and because of your site, how to create a media kit, resources for blogging and increasing your income plus tips on blogging and social media.
Paul Glass – Partner at The Firm. He has over a decade of accounting experience, specialising in taxation and business advice. Paul will share tips on what you can and can’t claim on tax, the set up of your business and managing your financials.
Snedden Hall & Gallop – Snedden Hall & Gallop has collaborate with many of Canberra’s most prominent businesses for over 50 years. Their expertise has proved valuable for both small and large businesses. They will share what legalities bloggers need to consider such as disclaimers, disclosures, how your business is set up and more.
Ben Hanson – Insurance broker with MGA. Ben has years of experience with insurance and will share what insurance bloggers need and why.
Paul Glass, Nicholas Tebbey from Snedden Hall & Gallop and Ben Hanson are the three people I use for my business and they have been fantastic. They have extensive experience, expertise and are all very friendly and approachable.
Location and other details
Make Money Blogging Seminar is being held at the Tuggeranong Community Centre, 254 Cowlishaw St, Greenway, ACT, in the Lakeview Room. The hashtag for the event will be #MMBCBR
Tickets are $50 and non refundable but you can transfer them into another name. Tickets can be purchased through Eventbrite here.
After the event a virtual pass will be available for purchase with proceeds going to Communities@Work.
If you have any questions email [email protected] with “MMBCBR” in the subject line, or feel free to leave a comment below.
If you have a business that you would like to get in front of over 100 social media savvy people in Canberra, we are seeking sponsors for the event to help make it amazing! Email us for more information at [email protected] placing “sponsorship” in the subject line.
It is a fundraiser, so all profits are going to help the homeless in Canberra. Check out the video below for more info on Communities@Work (especially 0:06seconds, where I am), and information on homelessness in Canberra. I’m participating in the sleepout and it’d be great to have more people sign up to raise funds. And for those who don’t know, I’m passionate about helping the homeless because I was homeless.