There are literally thousands of blogs, full-fledged websites, books, articles and courses about making money online with a website. Millions of words have been written explaining how to turn a profit with a blog or site.
When you do this search you’ll discover blog posts that list Learn new subjects that enable dofollow comments. The problem with these blog lists is you’re not the only person commenting on these blogs. Worse yet, usually once the SEO community discovers a blog is dofollow, there’s an ambush of spam comments (called spamments). When this happens, many webmasters turn comments to nofollow. My point is many blogs on these lists available to all are usually nofollow by the time you discover the blogs.
What Smart Passive Income has taught me is that passive income is the goal. If you set up a business so it can run on auto pilot you have to spend very little time maintaining it. You can then use this extra time to set up another passive business and increase your earnings.
You may also go for Google AdSense or something similar so as to make money from your blog. You make money from your online blogs every time a visitor clicks on the ads.
Great ideas alone are very unlikely to make you rich. There are many people who have become extremely rich without having a single ‘great idea’. The trick is not to focus on your idea but to concentrate on your execution. This unfortunately requires a large amount of work and dedication to making your idea succeed. Just remember that ideas can’t be patented.
Unfortunately, I could never make that plan a reality. If you are able to make a lot of money from a single blog, I applaud you. However for most people it seems to me that online blogs is unlikely that they will ever reach their goal. Instead I recommend that you do the opposite.
Profitability. Don’t pick something that’s hard to make money online. “Light switches” will take years longer to make money with than “credit cards” or even “fix your credit”. Finance is almost always easy to monetize.
At the end of the day, deciding on whether or not you want to have a website or blog will depend on what your purpose is, your skill level, and budget. Visit blogs to see what they look like and how they are structured and do the same with websites. Then decide what will work best for you and what you want to achieve.