It seems that everywhere we turn, the world is obsessed with saving money. For good reason, of course. If you are reading this, chances are you experiences the housing crash just a few short years back and maybe you had some financial struggles of your own during this time. If you’re a student, chances are you are working at an entry-level job and trying to balance your life with hefty student loans lingering around the corner.
No matter the stage in life, money seems to be at the forefront of everyone’s mind, if not life itself. Saving and making money is something people strive to do on a daily basis, so why not use this to your advantage? You see it and read it everywhere. Tips on how to earn extra money. Steps to take to cutting your bills in half. How to live a minimalist life. These “money-saving” ideas seem to pop up on our news feed more than babies or food posts and it;s because the demand is there. People will always want to know to save money or make more money. It’s that simple.
You’re reading this blog right now, so that proves my point entirely. If you want to make money as a blogger, you have to give the reader something back. Something tangible, if possible. Why not start a “money-saving” themed blog? It’s easier than it sounds.
First, look for ways people can save money. It can be something as obvious as using online coupons for something most people need, like contacts. You can write an entire blog on how to use online coupons to save money on everyday items, like your 1800Contacts subscription. You know it’s a popular service, you know a lot of people use it, so you know it will get traction.
Another option is to discuss cutting back on debt. Find credit cards that offer 0% interest on the first year and encourage people to transfer balances to pay them off faster. Things like that go a very long way. You can find these types of card doing a simple Google search.
In the end, there are so many options out there that help you start a blog on saving money. You just have to look.