On the results page you will see a right and left hand column. At the top of the screen you will see about three advertised sites in a yellow box. These are paid advertisements.
“My blog about life usually have high Bounce Rates no matter what since normal visitor behavior is to read the newest post and then leave.” – Google team, April 2008.
This is basically like your normal buy-and-sell tactic. An example of this would be to create a how to make money online blog (just a sample of a niche), post unique articles, spread the word about the site, watch the traffic rise, then sell it off to people who are interested in owning and maintaining the blog.
So that is what a blog is, but how do you turn it into a money making machine? Well quite simply you have to offer people something in return for advertising on your blog.
Recently, this story ran on the Times Union website. It’s amazing to think that one person tweeting about his favorite baseball team lifestyle blogs could connect to so many on such a deep level. The article shares how his twitter community is feeling the loss of a friend – even though most of them did not know him in real life.
Be a freelance writer. If you love writing anything under the sun this type of job is suitable for you. Many companies today do not only hire freelancer, they also often choose editors, proof readers, encoder etc. which allows you to work at home.
Commenters are notorious for inciting a fight in the comment stream. One person may think you wrote something silly and another may stand up and defend you. Don’t let these people fight your own battles. This isn’t the place to duke out anonymous catfights. Delete these comments, and gently remind your readership about your comment policy.