One woman's story of how she became a professional blogger. This a guest post by Kelly Wilson. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. I recently read an article that detailed how to make $30,000 annually by writing and maintaining a blog. Much of the article included abbreviations - like CPC and EPC, among others – that I still don’t understand after two years of blogging on my own website. I’m not sure I want to understand what they mean. I got into blogging to write and market my work, not to be a corporate advertising portal. However, I do need to feed my family, and my chosen way to accomplish this necessary goal is to write in order to receive a paycheck. It turns out that you really can make money blogging. So how do you do it?