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.
The term blog is a shortened term for web-log. blogs started as an online application that allowed users to post their thoughts and personal musings. The appeal quickly grew because unlike websites that required (and still do) time to upload and hours to update Professional are updated in real time.
There are plenty of great make money online blogs out there. Some are good – some are bad. Find some good ones by searching Google and start reading through the posts and understanding the different ways to make money online.
Keyword-rich, that is. Blogs are a great way to generate keyword-rich content, especially if you update your blogs each day. In fact, for some smaller businesses, blogs make more sense than hard-to-create web pages. Blog software makes creating a blog almost automatic while the spiders on search engines seem to favour high-quality and often updated keyword-rich blogs.
I’ve seen countless making money online blogs and the conclusion is just confusion to the edge. I mean if any blog out there is trying to help you make money, they better tell the truth.
Once you have made a new post, don’t forget to ping it! Pinging basically sends out an alert to various top blog directories around the Internet that your blog has received a new posting. This drives a steady stream of new visitors to your blog all the time.
Thanks to my blog software, the nofollow tag is automatically added to all links in the comments. So even if I didn’t have the moderation feature turned on requiring me to approve all comments before they post, the link itself will not be of value in the eyes of the search engine. And obviously it’s of no value to the reader, either.
There are many reasons why blogging has become popular so quickly, and why blogs will continue to be part of the online environment. No business can afford to ignore blogging, and this means that for the foreseeable future, blogging is a brilliant new market for freelance writers.