Because I am transcribing the write-up about how do blogs make money, I’ve realized that a lot of my readers and close friends have no idea that bloggers have the ability to make money; a lot of money with blogs. Interestingly, most bloggers assume that readers currently know how do blogs make money. That same realization was the inspiration for me to use blogging systems. Just how do blogs make money? Read on…
One. How do blogs make money? Bloggers make money by recommending or reviewing products. If a blogger tells you about a product (which has a referral payment) and you use that link to purchase the item, the blogger gets paid.
Twitter – The undisputed microblogging king. There’s been some debate as to Twitter’s PageRank- the first half of the year it was a lofty PR9 but recently Twitter actually shows a PR of 0. We’ll just call it 9 for all intents and purposes. And in terms of accessible user base, Twitter is probably on top, yet the reason we only put it at number 5: nofollow links. Every link on twitter carries no link juice; they simply don’t count for helping your other profiles rank. In order to get a twitter onto page of Google you’re going to have to sink a lot of backlinks online blogs into it with no hope of return on those links. The good news is twitter ranks pretty damn well on its own off the strength of its own name combined with relatively steady tweeting. So yes, its good but not nearly #1.
Get Business profiles a Design. Pick a theme that is both usable and professional looking. Two sidebars (one on each side) is almost always a good idea for design purposes.
OConsider many types of content. Blogs allow you to upload images, create links, and allow users to make comments. Your blog will have many more readers if you make your blog exciting with these pluses.
Time to network – With Visit my Reddit profile, you are inevitably going to meet new people. AS you add valuable content, people will start commenting on and following your blog. As you get to know some of your followers, you may be able to leverage each other’s abilities and experiences.
Look for interesting ways to reuse the content across platforms – we originally started tweeting on one of the sites as a faster way to creating a custom list of news items appearing on all pages of the site – editable by the entire team. It was easier to make a twitter account that all editors/writers in house could update (trusted, clearly) rather than have to train them on the CMS. Plus, if people direct an item of interest to us we can quickly retweet it and make it appear.
“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”.