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7 Steps To Become a Best Blogger and Make Money

Everything goes online these days the way we connect with others, how we shop, how we socialise and how we work. It has also caused some significant changes in how we make money.

Blogging has become a profitable business without a boss most of the top bloggers have quit they jobs to be permanent bloggers. You can be one of them if you follow steps appropriately.

People use the internet to make a little cash, and others have turned working on the web into their primary source of income. For some folks, this means a lot of revenue. To help you make the most money you can from the World Wide Web, here are seven top tips for making money that can help you to optimise and increase your income.

1. Start A Blog Today

Everything has to start the best today started somewhere, it doesn’t matter if you are in the business of selling widgets; every site needs a blog! Blogs let you add fresh content all the time, material that will keep visitors coming back for more and that will keep your pages on the top of search results.

Blog pages also give you more space for discrete advertisements and affiliate programs and other similar streams of revenue. Additionally, getting paid for doing sponsored posts and reviews are a great way to make more money. In order to build a website/blog, you need a host (i.e GoDaddy), a template (i.e WordPress), Blogger and content.

2.  Google Adsense

Setup Google Adsense for your blog. If that sounds like too much technical information for you, there is a natural button – Google’s advertising platform is as simple as signing up, enabling (on Blogger) or pasting a small code on your website, and allowing the advertisements to automatically roll in. The problem with this program is that you don’t get any commissions – and you don’t get to control the ad content. This is useful for some, but power users will want something a little more robust.

3. Use Social Media

No matter what you do to make money online, promote it on your social media accounts. You have a base of people who are already interested in you and have a vested interest in your brand – why would you not want to take advantage of that? Social media networks like Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter, are top ways to build a buzz around your website or business. If you have multiple sites, be sure that each of them has an account that is regularly updated. Social sites aren’t repayable as your only form of advertising, but they can help to build a lot of brand recognition and send eyes to your places.

4. Pick One Niche & Expand Outward


While it may be tempting to start blogs and sites that appeal to lots of top categories, this strategy may spread you out too thin and prevent you from ever genuinely optimising any of these channels. Start with one niche that you are the most knowledgeable about, establish yourself as an expert and then expand out from there. Only then start working out other areas. So, in no particular order, here are my 10 profitable blogging topics to write on:
1. Travel Blog
2. Relationships Blog
3. Failures story Blog
4. Success story Blog
5. Education Blog
6. Happiness story Blog
7. Beauty Blog
8. Photos Blog
9. Health Blog
10. Food Blog

5. Work On It Every Day!

Making money on the web is something that happens 24 hours a day seven days a week. If you start building your site and take a hiatus for a few weeks, your site will still be there, but many of your viewers or customers won’t be. If you have a blog, try to update once a day at minimum. If you have a site or service, try to respond to emails within 24 hours. Even though you can’t be available all the time, your site is, and whether rightly or not, your visitors expect you to be too.

6. Don’t Try To Make Your Money The Easy Way

That isn’t to say that you shouldn’t go after the easy money from things like ads, but you shouldn’t have that be your only way to make money. Ads may cause you some extra cash, but every click on these ads often earns you only pennies. Additionally, the folks who visit your pages don’t like ads, and if your page is slathered with them people won’t keep visiting your page, and they definitely won’t be clicking on those ads.

7.  Have Multiple Blogs 


If you put all of your eggs in one basket, you are asking for trouble. Even if you have the best ideas, best products or best anything else, it doesn’t mean that it will make you a ton of loot. If you have your online widget store, you should also be sure to have a widget blog (with ads and affiliate marketing programs) and maybe even an eBay store to unload widget overstock. This way you are hedging your bets and making sure you have money coming in from other channels in the event of difficulties with one of your streams.

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