Because of curiosity and my love of all things Internet related, more than three years ago I attended a bloggers’ get together. When asked if I had a blog, my answer was that “I do so much writing already, why would I ever need or enjoy creating a blog?” Since that memorable evening I read a few blogs, but still felt no desire to have one of my own. And then, it happened! I was bombarded by glowing reports of the importance of and marketing payoffs of having a blog.
It is easy to set up- Getting a blog up is much easier than learning how to build a website and upload it to your server. This fact will allow you to get a website up in a matter of days or hours depending on your current skills. There is no value to your online real estate until it is up and alive on the internet. The fact that you can get a site up this quickly allows you to get your Business profiles up and running very quickly. A blog also allows you to start very small and simple and then make improvements along the way. The key is to get your site online as soon as possible. This allows you to start developing a readership very quickly and at a very low cost.
For you to be successful you need about six months of consistent writing by creating new blogs that hit the market every day and can be found in all the search engines. However if you want to market your blogs using pay-per-click advertisement your blogs will surely hit the market within a shorter time or less. The big challenge is always in carrying out the research and writing some good content for the audience.
Interactive, Dynamic and Worthy – blogs are very dynamic masterpieces and interactive too. You can see your blog immediately as you post it. Unlike ezines, newsletters and forums, Latest post present a meticulous picture on any issue. Moreover, a blogger has freedom to express on sundry topics as well.
There are ways of making money online blogs with blogs. The method you’ve probably seen on most blogs is to host ads, such as with Google Adsense. You let Google put their ads on your site and get paid when people click on the ads. These get mixed reviews. Some say they make a lot this way, but many people don’t report much income. Since they are free to ad to your site, it doesn’t hurt to try.
Blogs were first known to be server log files. And when the internet was introduced, it became web log. By the mid 90s, the virtual community slowly accepted the fact that you can write web logs even if you are just an ordinary person. Thus, the virtual community has fully embraced blogging as a source of information.
Remember what we’ve learned in this 7 part mini-series: Be careful, don’t was your money! Content is king! Loyalty builds trust! And the possibilities are limitless when you combine “Money to Be Made Online” with all the opportunities out there!