Hello folks, this is “Seth Rubberfold”, once again. This will be our last article, and will cover how to blog a money making blog! Blogs are the latest thing to hit the web, and with the upcoming web 2.0 revolution, there’s a LOT of money waiting to be made. Let’s go over a few definitions, and refresh our memory. A blog is simply a journal of some sort that informs it’s readers about any subject, in a topical format, and looks often like a newspaper. If you still are clueless, go read a blog for blogs-sake!
Some blogs also sell ad space significantly like a magazine where payments are made every time the ad is shown or ads are displayed to get a monthly rate.
It is a fact that read my articles are powerful tool to increase your list. Yet, even if we know how to do it we can never assume that it can attract the attention of many readers. Things will just be the same in this case. But the question is how?
Imagine for a moment that we – this includes you reading this now – are all in this big, nice swimming pool together. We are relaxing, having a good time, enjoying each others company and we all have something in common. In this case, we all own blogs and we all market to the same niche market.
Now you know what a blog is, but in blogs-name is a web 2.0?!? First of all, it’s not “a” web 2.0, its “the” web 2.0. Web 1.0 is the boring, html links everywhere, non-interactive, non-social internet that most of our online blogs experience is comprised of. Web 2,0 is the multimedia rich, user friendly, options galore, and most importantly SOCAIL web that we’re beginning to experience. Sites that allow users to share videos, bookmarks, have discussions, and integrate content left and right, are being defined as web 2.0 websites.
Blogs came from the term web logs. Before blogs were introduced for every internet user’s consumption, only programmers use it to keep track about their developments on the software they are creating. The keep a record of the things they do and update that record every now and then. One brilliant programmer saw the possibility of using web logs over the internet as a simple, dynamic way to create websites. That’s basically how blogs started and became a hit. The rest, they say, is history.
“Blogs tend to cause social trouble at times, but over all they’re mostly just to communicate and to just learn about one another. I’d say that blogs either business related or not, are a lot of fun”.