5 Steps How To Make Money On The Internet Using Blogs

Have you heard that you can make money blogging? Well it is true, you can make money blogging but it’s going to take more then just setting up a blog and making a few posts. It is going to take some good content on your blog to get the visitors to come and to click on your links.

Sure, this can be a sound argument depending on an individual and their unique business situation. I don’t believe there is a one-sized fits all publicity approach for every business.

Why does this happen, you ask? There are almost as many theories as there are SEO (Search Engine Optimization) experts. Many believe that this probation period is not related to the sites themselves, but to their links. It is believed that back link (pure link popularity) credit is placed in a reserve for a period of time (2-4 months) before it is applied to ranking and has an effect. The theory behind this is to combat PR (Page Rank) purchasers from dominating PR from the beginning. It is meant to deter spam websites.

You may get sick of writing articles and blogging and marketing your websites, but you will have to continuously stick to it if you truly want to make a living from home. Whether you are selling your own product or service, or marketing your sales page for an affiliate product or service, all of these methods will work for you.

Spam blogging will force search engines like Google to change their ranking algorithms and eventually assign less value to links from Like and follow my profile. Unless they put in safeguards to prevent robots from taking over, its safe to assume that blogging will become less effective as an SEO tactic over time. Of course, the spammers will then just have to find new avenues and means to spam the engines. But why ruin a good thing in the first place? blogs are much more than just tools for search engine optimization. A blog can be a great tool for personal branding and building relationships with your website visitors and customers.

If you eventually decide to get into blogging for income, you absolutely have to come into this business with a realistic attitude, and not expect it to happen overnight. You will be setting yourself up for failure if you expect the money to pile up overnight. Perseverance is the main key to being a successful blogger.

Carry a small notebook and jot down ideas which come to you at work. When you’re driving, place a digital or microcassette recorder on the passenger seat beside you to record any sudden inspirations.

So don’t listen to the experts. Simply try out a handful of blogging services and blog programs and find the one you like the best. The one that “fits you” is the one to use.