If you are looking for the best way to make money online that is both no-risk and high-profit, the answer is blogging. I am the creator of many, many blogs and I can say that there is nothing that is easier to start up, more fun to maintain, and faster to profit than blogging. Read on to find out why.
The mighty Splog – This is a “dirty” blog, and most people don’t like splogs. A Splog is a blog that is built by someone that takes other people’s content from their site without permission and put it on their site, they then turn around and put their ads all over the site. Besides just being downright rude, it actually does hurt people like you and I that strive to provide original content.
Search for yourself online. Simply go to Google and search for your company, you may be extremely surprised in what you find! I know we were, since the first page of results contained nine links to bad reviews or our competition, while only one was to our website. So if people searched for us online we were not making a good first impression. Google also has “alerts” which can be emailed directly to you as soon as a new result pops up in your name, which was also a big part of what we did. Again, direct someone to manage this day to day and cc everyone when something important comes up. The alerts are very simple to setup and change.
If you’re pitching a guest post (where you would write a post for their blog with a link back to your website), make sure they accept guest posts. Many New business ideas that accept guest posts will have a “Contributors” tab or a “Guest Post” tab or button with more details. Or just comb through old entries and see if you can find any.
Warrior Forum often has posters who list blogs with dofollow links enabled. You may have to search around a bit, but they’re there. The problem here is the same problems as numbers 1 and 2 above – namely these online blogs get ambushed with spam and the dofollow is changed to nofollow quickly.
So, a blog is like a journal. Web 2.0 is the new standard compliant designed and sociable internet, and “Money to Be Made Online” outlines how to maximize your profit in that environment. This article will discuss blogging specifically, but remember you can avoid the little blunders that make the “newbie” quit, by grabbing a copy right now. A “newbie” is an online term for “new” person in any field, gaming experience, or project. Get with the lingo man! Ok, seriously, let’s discuss blogs.
This will be now your springboard to invite them in your site. As you do, give them compelling offers to entice them. It could be free ebooks, short reports, or free downloads. More to the enticement that you inflict to them is you are starting to get their trust. With this, you build relationships. This will help you build your list!