Writing Blogs For Money Can Set You Free

Because I am transcribing the write-up about how do blogs make money, I’ve realized that a lot of my readers and close friends have no idea that bloggers have the ability to make money; a lot of money with blogs. Interestingly, most bloggers assume that readers currently know how do blogs make money. That same realization was the inspiration for me to use blogging systems. Just how do blogs make money? Read on…

First of all, you need to pick an interesting, unique, or lucrative niche. This can be any subject that you know people are already looking for answers. An easy and very effective way to do this is to use Google’s AdWords Keyword tool. It’s not a good idea to focus on a niche that you are not very interested in, because you may find it difficult to go writing about. It is better if you choose to focus on a single niche that you already love writing about and that you are somewhat knowledgeable about. Doing so is much like picking the online battles that you could win over.

Some discover new interest also sell ad space significantly like a magazine where payments are made every time the ad is shown or ads are displayed to get a monthly rate.

Blogs help improve writing and thinking. When we are forced to publicly express ourselves through the written word, it is my opinion that we become better writers.

Information Rich: Almost all the blogs give huge information on every subject and field of study. You come to know the psyche of various bloggers and their point of views. Besides, information in the blogs serve as a catalyst to write your own blog, just as an answer or a retort to the one you read.

So I remain with my hand raised on “hating blogs”. And I fully admit I continue to blog. The lesson that I have learned is that no web technology should be ignored when it becomes mainstay. If you are serious about adding credibility to your business then setting up a blog should also be part of the plan.

Take as much care writing a pitch for a blogger as you do for a national magazine, TV show, or other outlet. Many bloggers don’t respond because they get blase pitches that treat them like the sewer rat of media. Not cool.