If you are looking for the best way to make money online that is both no-risk and high-profit, the answer is blogging. I am the creator of many, many blogs and I can say that there is nothing that is easier to start up, more fun to maintain, and faster to profit than blogging. Read on to find out why.
Let me share to you some of my ideas in making blogs useful in list building business. This might help know how to create powerful blogs that would translate to expand your list.
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On the other hand, I say this with a sheepish smile, since Blogs are free, I set up another blog in Google for my family and friends where I simply post pictures of the family and news about them. This I have no need to be picked up by web search engines, and just pass out the URL to my kids and close friends. Which is another way to use blogs.
A computer and an internet connection can be your source for earning income online through your writing talent. You have to find the right places to submit your work. This can make all the difference.
This is a good way to become rich online blogs, as it has great potential compared to normal retailers. Online shops open your business up to larger markets. You are able to offer goods cheaper as you have no store running costs. In fact your running costs will be substantially lower than store fronts. Also by setting up an online store you are subjecting yourself to less risk, therefore it’s the perfect platform for small businesses looking to grow.
Find blogs in a specific niche. For example, I do publicity consulting for a number of industries. But I’ve written guest posts for blogs that reach specific verticals – like medical, pets, bridal, and crafting communities. Even though these blogs don’t have a ‘big’ reach in numbers, the niche audience and content matched so well that I gained plenty of new fans.
Narrow down to your top three site choices. Once you have these three, make lists of the pros and cons. Take a look at the popularity of the site, the success stories, the number of members, available search criteria, the members you see when you search, the costs, etc.