It’s true that I have a “regular” website, my so-called “main website,” which I first set up to sell my goods, in this case, men’s and women’s health products. It’s my workhorse, the source of most of my revenue. Most of my sales resulted from generic listings in the search engines, particularly Google.
Before you learn how to make money with a blog you should understand both what a blog is and what it requires. Almost everyone likes to share their own personal point of view. People have a need to share information and personal point of views and blogs started as a way to do that. However as time passed, the use of Professional has expanded beyond that purpose.
Because online blogs are designed to be easily updated and are already on a website (don’t worry you don’t need to know ANYTHING about websites or web design to start one), you may find a blog could replace or supplement an email newsletter. They are easier to do, easier to update, and you don’t have to worry about emails getting delivered!
Blogging officially began in 1994 when a student, Justin Hall, began his personal blog. He blogged for eleven years, and he is recognized as one of the earliest bloggers. A weblog was originally a combination of a personal webpage and a journal. This is still one definition of a blog, but there are many other definitions as well today.
I’ve seen countless making money online blogs and the conclusion is just confusion to the edge. I mean if any blog out there is trying to help you make money, they better tell the truth.
Although there are law resource sites that list various blogs, it is important to remember that practically anyone can list their online legal blog. There really is not much quality control in these listings. The best way to find the top notch websites when you are looking for legal questions answered online is to use Google search instead.
The 1-2-3 Plan to Make Money Online The first problem people run into is in what should be covered more comprehensively in most “make money online” blogs: how to pick the right niche. And that’s the first step. Picking the niche.
As stated above, blogs by nature are just text content directories. Posts are often about only one detail of a topic. A lot of text, less HTML and no fancy gimmicks. And for the most part the links from and to such posts are natural, sincere and very relevant. Combine that with the frequently changing content and there you may have the reason that search engines love blogs and index them fast.