Yes, it is possible to make money blogging. I know this because I do and I know others who do. If you want to make money online there are other ways, but blogging is the most fun. Why is it more fun? Well, for starters you can blog about anything you choose, so you’re not stuck doing something you don’t enjoy.
In order to build a truly successful blog, you either have to talk about something that nobody else is talking about or you actually have to know what you are talking about. You can get away with pretending only if you are blogging in a niche where there aren’t any real experts online yet. Because other people will have no other reference points on which to judge you, you can get away with it. The MMO niche is full of bloggers though. The people who are really looking for advice about how to do this will quickly come across someone who knows more than you do. When that happens, they will ditch your blog for the other person’s. They will quickly realize that you really had no idea what the heck you were talking about.
My website also typically manage the pages in a highly categorised way. This means that it is easy for visitors to read the latest ‘posts’ and for search engines to keep track of all of the content on the blog. Tools such as Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds help to make sure that readers can easily keep track of your latest posts, which is really good for keeping up traffic.
Writing- Journaling day to day can really help you work through feelings. it can also be a benchmark to look back upon to see your progress. Also for many writing poetry or stories about the deceased can be healing as well. You don’t need anything fancy to start, a plain notebook or online blog will do.
You’ve been dating someone you met on an internet dating site and you’re really enjoying their company. You’ve been enjoying each lifestyle blogs other’s mind body and maybe even soul. But your dating profiles are both up on the site. When do you take dating profiles down?
It was Robert [Fox]’s vision. He told me on a camping trip that he was switching from guitar to bass to do Afrobeat. I agreed it was a good idea, thinking, “Right. No way.” And Robert’s Robert, so it happened. He’s become accomplished on bass.
Tie these three steps into a regular daily practise (consistency is key here) and I can guarantee that your online presence will sky-rocket, you’ll be seen as an expert in your field and opportunities will arise faster than you anticipated.