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I made the decision to start blogging not because I was looking for a payday but because I genuinely wanted to help people. As time progressed, I realized that the vast majority of my time was being dedicated to my blog, talking to people via social media, and answering hair questions. At that point I realized that I really needed to start make this a living instead of a hobby. It took me about 5 years before I finally realized this and once I did, it took me even less time to search for the solution. I had one-off opportunities for brands, sponsored posts, and even hosted events but it was never anything solid. My problem? I wasn't investing in myself and my education. I don't come from a place where people pay to learn something that "they can do themselves". I was so used to "figuring it out" not realizing that "figuring it out" would take way longer than paying someone for their knowledge to help me move along my desired path. Geocoding is the process of looking for associated geographic coordinates - usually expressed as latitude and longitude - from contact information such as street addresses and zip or postal codes. Geographic coordinates can be embedded into media like digital photos through geotagging, or done by mapping and entering the features into geographic information systems (GIS). On the other hand, Reverse Geocoding API is looking for a textual, contact location (such as a street address) from geographical coordinates. Geocoding can be done simply through address interpolation, which uses data from a street GIS where the street network is already inputted within the geographic coordinate space. Attributed in each street segment are address ranges, such as house numbers from one segment to another. Here is what geocoding does: (1) It takes an address, (2) matches it to a street and particular segment (e.g. a block), and (3) interpolates the address position. Knowledge is valuable right? It's how you know how to manage money, it's how you help your kids move along in life, how you are able to sustain a household, a job, or anything you do. Why not pay for this incredibly valuable resource? Enter Brandy Riley.. Brandy Riley is the owner of the blog Mama Knows It All and the former Sr. Manager of Community Relations for a large blogger network where she placed thousands of bloggers in paid campaigns every day." She has been blogging less time than I have! Yet some kind of way she managed to make $6000 off of her blog last month! See the thing is, when I first started blogging, it was some kind of shrouded mystery as to how bloggers were making a real income from their blog. It wasn't just out their for public knowledge. This has changed drastically.