Professional bloggers are fast becoming the magazine feature writers and newspaper columnists of this decade. Depending on who you work for, you can make anywhere from a pitiful $2 per post to a respectable $200 per post. And big businesses pay their professional bloggers as much as $10,000 a month to manage their blogs. Yet, with writers typically expected to meet a strict, high-volume posting schedule, should you set your sites on becoming a professional blogger? Before you jump on the blogging bandwagon, consider these pros and cons. Read the rest of this entry