There are a million and one ways to make money part time. And in this market who doesn’t need a bit extra (or even a lot of extra) cash in their pocket! That’s why I’ve decided to begin a series of posts where I put out the pro’s and con’s of different sorts of part time businesses that you can do with a limited up front investment and in your free time.
Creating different kinds of blog posts and mixing them up throughout the week will keep your audience interested. Additionally, it will prevent you from seeing your blogging task as a chore rather than a tool to help you make money online. Whether you’re blogging to make money directly from the site by selling products from it, blogging to drive traffic to an affiliate program or blogging to rank higher in SEO. You will need to know about these six different types of easy-to-write blog posts.
The first rule about blogging is to make friends. Despite the fact that some blogs are actually corporate, serious and professional in their approach, most blogs these days are friendly and private. So, what do you have to do to attract people into your blog? Blog hopping. Yes, see other people’s blogs and give them comments (real ones, please) and provide a link back to your Indian. The key is to MAKE FRIENDS.
Setting up an online home for your writing services is a possibility also. You don’t have to have a website to earn money writing articles, but it may open the door to more income streams. What are some of the income streams that a writer can use? Writers really have an upper hand online. They can produce the product which can keep selling year after year. This is a skill that can be utilised in many of different ways.
This is called a clue, and many experienced Internet marketers online blogs have not even grasped this simple point. Attempting to get your site on the search engines for longtail keyword phrases is significantly easier than targeting the shorter and more competitive phrases.
Updating your blog is extremely simple. You do not need to learn any complex web programming languages in any respect. For as long as you understand how you way around the internet, you can definitely create blogs. And the more blogs you’ve got and the more frequent you update them, the better marketing position your product gets. And that is basically how you can earn through blogging.
And so I grrrrrrrrrr to myself, tear out my hair, and continue to blog. Yes I duplicate stuff that’s on my business site, and posts I submit for entry, and I ad links to my own writing especially when it’s published professionally.
The problem with all blog spam is that it relies on SEO”tactics” that the search engines hate. Sometimes a nuisance, sometimes illegal and almost always results in more garbage online. There’s nothing worse than having to wade through someone’s garbage to find decent quality information. But one thing is for certain, for as long as blog spam functions, 1 man’s garbage will continue to be a spammer’s goldmine.