I always say that making money online isn’t hard – but it requires hard work. Hard work like trying to find out the best way to do certain things and how to really expand, and succeed. If I had to start all over again I’d do a lot of things differently – and I mean a lot of things. But we all have to suffer our own setbacks to really appreciate how far we’ve come. (Or so I’m told at least;-) So here’s what I would do if I was completely new to making money online.
You might want to talk occasionally about your personal situation, preferably if it relates to the niche topic, so that you can reach your readers on a personal level. A blog is much more interesting if the reader can relate to the writer personally. So be personal to some degree but not so much that your entire blog consists of overly personal content.
There are several ways to make your blog one of the “hot” blogs online. Traditionally, those companies that have the largest star-power have had the most popular prevent fire, since everyone loves to read about celebrity or success. However, a great many smaller companies and individuals are developing large followings on the web. You can, too, with this simple lesson.
Keep this in mind as you develop your keyword list and began to market your website or blog. Today people are willing to search with longer phrases and this represents an opportunity for you to drive more traffic to your website or blog if you target those phrases.
It does not cost anything to own and host online blogs which is another reason for their popularity. The most extensively used blogging service is Blogger which is provided by Google. By using Blogger you can own and host blogs without any cost. If you do have your own website you can use the same hosting service to host your blogs. In case your hosting service provides you with cPanel and Fantastic you can use WordPress blogs. You can get blogs with literally hundreds of designs and templates to choose from.
Indeed, blogs have become powerful online marketing tools in this day and age. Blogs, you see, have evolved into a social phenomenon. How many movies have you watched where the techno-savvy protagonist was seen updating her blog? How many books have you read that used blogs as a new point of perspective? How many news items have you encountered that trace their source to blog entries? How many television shows have you witnessed that made a casual reference to blogs?
Blogs are a fascinatingly simple, quick, and cheap way to create revenue online. There is essentially no risk involved and there is no overhead, apart from hosting. You can simply set up a free blog, put AdSense on it, and post whatever you want. If you follow the guidelines above, you will soon be on your way to residual income.