Blogs are dynamic websites that can be updated easily. These are the better option of a lot of webmasters these days and they are fast replacing static websites too. Static websites are the website format normally used by corporations and organizations. Personal internet users, on the other hand, prefers blogs because they are much easier to use and maintain.
The most basic thing you need is a product that people are interested in. They might have a need for this product as well. Also they should have the ability to pay for it.
Cheap upfront investment. All you really need is a great domain name and some hosting to start out. You can also spend money on a blog designer to give you a great looking site but you can always do that later or maybe even do it yourself if you have the skills.
By joining CPA programs, you earn commission each time your audience takes certain action, for example, by filling up a form, providing their emails, signing up for free products etc. You could place some CPA programs on your love to workout. Then encourage/recommend your audience to perform the required action for you to get paid.
Its enough because top online blogs gets updated by their owners pretty often so just following them and learning in their footsteps are usually enough. Refer often and do the same actions in your own blog too.
The pay for freelance blogging gigs varies, as you might expect. At the top end of the market large companies and blog networks pay $1000 (and more) a week, while at the low end of the market small businesses offer around $50 dollars a week.
You must be consistent! A blog that makes money isn’t something that you can just throw up and then ignore for a week or a month. You must be consistent and update a lot so that people keep coming back and your traffic stays where it needs to be.