When it comes to pricing your blog post, there are a few factors to consider.
First, what is the length of the post? Most bloggers charge by the word, so a 1000 word post would cost $10.00.
However, if your blog is longer or shorter, you may want to consider charging by the number of pages or by the hour.
Second, what is your Target audience? Some bloggers charge by the number of followers they have, while others charge per view. Again, it depends on your blog’s content and audience.
Third, what are your services/products? If you have a physical product or service to offer, you may want to factor that into your pricing. For example, if you offer a one-hour consultation on how to start a blog, you may want to charge $100 for that service.
Fourth, how comfortable are you with setting and charging prices? Some bloggers set prices and then accept whatever clients want to pay; others set prices and only accept payment through PayPal or other secure methods. It’s up to you how comfortable you are with setting prices and dealing with clients.
Finally, remember that pricing is an art as well as a science! There is no one right answer when it comes to pricing your blog post. What works for one blogger may not work for another.
Ultimately, it’s up to you to decide what price point works best for your blog and your Target audience.