3 Interesting Ways To Make Money From Blogs

When I first wrote my original “Why I Hate Blogs” for article submission I was pretty sure that the humor would get some hits but in my wildest dreams I never thought that out of the 26 articles I did write that it would be second in the amount of the hits it did get. Actually it was dark humor because I honestly do hate spending the time blogging away or let us be more specific – I honestly DID hate spending that time.

Perhaps this will really help you a lot. When you find a place where it rates the top 100 blogs please select only 3-4 blogs to read from. You can only read so much and learn so much.

Well to be honest there are a few rotten apples in the bushel, but aren’t there always? Some people of course are not happy with the way technology is changing lives and that’s ok, that’s their opinion. Usually those who aren’t happy with it don’t blog.

A blog is a shortened term for Web log. These are as an online application that allows users to express their thoughts and personal thoughts. The popularity and attraction are growing fast, due to various websites, which should (again) when feeling down, and update the blogs and they updated in real time.

You can market and promote your products to your visitors from time to time. These products can be either digital or physical products. However, they must be related to your blogs’ topic. As your audiences are targeted audiences, it’s easier to sell them the products related to your blogs’ topic.

You would be shocked how many people write make money gaming is fun. Make money online is an interesting topic and everyone who makes money online has an opinion about how to do. Unfortunately, it is a very crowded niche. I have had more success by building smaller blogs talking about subjects that are far less interesting. For instance, my best performing blog is about gluten free living — a topic that, for me, is fairly uninteresting. But, I have found that there are a lot less competing blogs in the gluten niche.

Teenagers were the first large group of people to use blogs. Blogging became a favorite past time between the years of 2000 and 2004. Teenagers still blog, but adults have caught the blogging fever as well.

More importantly, a quality dofollow blog subscription service will monitor the comments made and prohibit auto-commenting with software. Violators are removed from the membership. This oversight maintains the integrity of the comments and increase the chances the blogs retain dofollow commenting.