When owning a small business, which is what a blog is, its super-important to budget. Especially if you are just starting, because you never know what's going to happen--unless you have ESP, and if you do, let me know. But, if you don't have ESP, you can help yourself get to the point where your blog will pay you, and not costing you money--which is a budgets job, to ensure you that your small business is profitable. Now don't worry if you don't know how to build a budget, because I'm going to give you some tips how to set a budget for your blog, and you'll be set right away.
How to Set a Budget for Your Blog (or Small Business--Whatever)
Simply scroll through, using the arrows below, to see each of these 4 easy steps to set up a budget for your blog...
Know What a Budget Is
First of all, you need to know exactly what a budget is. Essentially a budget is a kind of like a map for your small business. It gives you an overview of how much you will spend and make in a certain time period.
To have a proper budget, you will want to include an estimate of what you are going to make and an exact plan for your spending on your blog. Following this budget will successfully ensure that your small business is going to be profitable and will achieve your goals.
Start with some ideas of what your expenses and income might be, get something on paper, and then move on to step 2.