Have you ever been thinking of building your own blog but you still hesitate whether or not it will be worth of your time, your energy, your resources or if it will ever make you money at all? 

Is It Too Late To Start A Blog?

Nope. Not at all! 

When I started blogging in 2009, I thought there were already a lot of bloggers that time and I thought it was too late (I stopped – and that was a big mistake).

Obviously, today you can see that after more than 10 years, a lot of bloggers and online entrepreneurs have grown in different niches.

Needless to say, a lot of people have already seen the power of blogging and how to make money from it.

Some bloggers are earning $100K+ per month and some bloggers are gladly earning $5-10K dollars a month. The coolest thing is, they can work anytime and anywhere and enjoy financial and time freedom.

Today, the internet has become a necessity. In the school, at work, at home, at the church… basically anywhere.

This has opened a lot of earning opportunities online not only for the companies (big or small entities), but also for the ordinary people like housewives, retirees, dropout youths, and a lot of men and women who quitted their day jobs because of stress and unrealistic work demands.

Again, is it too late to start a blog? No! More and more companies are starting to advertise with online influencers on their blogs, social media, and more.

This will definitely continue to grow well in the future.

In the past, it was mainly celebrities that companies advertised with, but now, it is actually shifting to more bloggers and other online influencers – such as Youtubers and Instagrammers. 

The World is an extremely huge place and the online world will definitely just going to keep growing. Every blogger can earn a living in completely different ways – everyone has a different story and message to tell. Besides, there are literally TONS of different ways to make money from blogging, and this is expectedly going to keep blooming. 

The blogging industry is constantly evolving in nature, and there are always new things to learn. So, don’t wait any longer, start your journey today. 

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How Do I Come Up With A Blog Name?

There are some things you need to consider when coming up with an original blog name. 

It is always worth taking a moment to think about what your blog name is going to represent before you dive into the world of blogging or any online business. Here are some questions you need to ask beforehand. 

  • What is your blog going to be about? 
  • Who is your target audience? 
  • What is the tone of voice of your blog going be like? 
  • Are you going to build your brand around your blog name? 

Think about it but don’t worry if you can’t come up with a “magic” blog name that you might be dreaming of. Don’t overthink because the name of your blog sometimes doesn’t mean a lot to your blog. Take for example of Google, Yahoo, eBay, Amazon or Alibaba. 

Before these websites became so huge, nobody would ever have a clue what these domain names will likely to represent. So, that means it is always depending on how you build up your business and create engagement to the users. This is no more than like in creating a name for your blog. 

So, how to come up with an awesome blog name? Well, keeping the above in mind, here are the 10 proven methods to create an awesome blog name that I think you’ll find useful and helpful. 

1. Thesaurus

Grabbing a thesaurus will give a handful of ideas for your blog name. This is a great method for coming up with interesting new words. A thesaurus can be a great goldmine of inspiration, especially if you want to say something in a bit different way. 

2.  Competitor’s blog name

Yes, this is also a good method. If you already have decided what your blog will be going to be about, then try to look at any website that is already writing about your chosen niche – your competitors. This will definitely give you a great idea of what type of name that will work for your own blog. 

Of course, you will not be going to copy your competitor’s name – just an idea generator method though!

3.  Blog Name Generator

DomainWheel (www.domainwheel.com), Nameboy (www.nameboy.com), and Wordoid (www.wordoid.com) are just some of the numerous blog name generators you can use to create a unique blog name for you. 

The good thing with these generators is that it will suggest some pretty awesome names while telling whether the .com of the name is available or not. This way it will save you a lot of time by taking the stress out of creating a great name, only to find out it’s already taken. 

4.  Inspiration From Books

Do you have a favorite book? Do you know the World’s greatest authors? I’m sure you do. Then, why not take inspiration from your favorite literature or see how these authors came up with the title of their books from the contents. This is basically the same when choosing a blog name. 

5. Different Languages

If you are a multi-lingual like me, then, you have more ideas on how to say or write a single word on different languages. You can use, Google Translate and it works great. I personally love Latin and Greek languages when it comes to religious quotes (Nope, I don’t speak these languages). 

The bottom line is – choose something short with fewer syllables. This will definitely help to keep your blog name easy to remember and pronounce!

6.  Play With Words For A Perfect Blog Name

Have you ever tried to come up with a perfect blog name and just to find out that it’s already taken? Well, I think everyone has experienced this. It’s very frustrating! 

Do you know that there are some sites to help you to come up with a perfect blog name idea that is so close to your original idea? Panabee (www.panabee.com) is a little tool that helps you keep your original idea alive by providing suggestions that are closely linked to your first choices. It uses a wide range of methods such as suffixes and prefixes to name a few. 

7.   Good Humor

Do you have a good sense of humor? Then use it to create your blog name and make people remember your blog name easily by making them laugh. 

Remember that this will not work for a professional blog. However, if your blog’s tone/voice is fun, fresh and witty, then there’s nothing to lose and is well worth giving a try. 

8.  Try Alliteration

What is alliteration? alliteration is the conspicuous repetition of identical initial consonant sounds in successive or closely associated syllables within a group of words, even those spelled differently. This is used as a method of linking words for effect, alliteration is also called head rhyme or initial rhyme. 

You probably have seen this method many times. For example “Grass Grow Greener”, “Future Financial Freedom” or “Blogger Block Busters” and I’m you can come up with much more awesome alliteration ideas than me. 

9. Abbreviations

Using abbreviations is also a well-known yet effective method to come up with a blog name. I’m pretty sure to have seen a lot of companies that use their abbreviations for their websites. 

Abbreviations make a blog name short and simple, without removing your brand and identity. Example: mgm.com, jbl.com, dhl.com and a lot more. 

10. Invent Your Own Word

This method is so cool. Imagine how many invented words that became officially accepted worldwide – like Selfie, blurb, Witticism, Blogger, Vlogger and many more. 

Be creative and who knows you will be the next one to create the next newly accepted word. Otherwise, words like shopify, veggiefy, meatfully or beautiness are just some nice examples. 

11. Brand Based Name

Try to think about Google, Bing, Yahoo, Apple and many more. If your blog will be like promoting. 

Coming up with something new, cool and brandable blog name can be a really powerful way of starting something big and unique!

Get your creativity flowing, take your descriptive words and invent interesting words and metaphoric ideas.  Then, turn them into creative blog name ideas.

Mix, match, and compound whole words: Example: YouTube, WordPress, and Facebook.
Blend, mesh, overlap, and truncate words:  Example: Lego, Pinterest, and Groupon.
Create a portmanteau by making up new words:  Add affixes (prefixes and suffixes) to words to form a basis of new words – Example: Napster and Spotify.

12. Use Your Own Name

Have you tried everything above and still can’t come up with your blog name? Then use your own name. This has become a very widely used nowadays. Many bloggers have become highly successful with self-named blogs. 

This way you will get attribute to your own name to the stuff what you put forth on the web, while people will recognize you easily as the word spreads. 

If you’ve tried all the above methods an