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The ultimate goal of every site is to make money. Interestingly, not all blogs earn huge bucks. Only a small amount of overall sites has huge income. A look within these sites will reveal that what matters is authority within the niche. However, upon closer look I have found some other secrets, which are as follows:
Focused on a particular niche:
This is no big secret yet mostly ignored. People tend to start a generic site as it gives freedom with writing. Even if a niche blog is created, somehow the category increases and finally turns into generic. Most high earning sites are focused on a particular niche. Therefore, the first step in turning your blog into moneymaking machine is to turn into a specific niche.
Everyone blog owner wants comments, subscribers, shares and likes. But if we are honest with ourselves, what we really want is what those things lead to…money.
Yes, traffic is good and reader engagement is nice. However, if you are reading this particular article, you are really interested in making money. And if you are here, you probably aren’t getting what you want.
What am I doing wrong?
You have probably heard of the chain of conversation. If not, let me break it down for you. You need a total stranger to come in contact with your blog and transform into a lead. Then, the lead must become a prospect (usually happens when he or she subscribes to your email list). Eventually, the prospect will morph into a customer after buying something from you. Lastly, the customer returns as a repeat customer by making the buying relationship an ongoing process.
Blogs nowadays are becoming a real source of income for some people and most of them have quit their real job because the money they earn through blogging is quite good as well. If you are thinking about starting blogging, then you have to think of more ways to increase your blog revenue as much as possible. Here are some tips to keep your cash flowing with the use of your blog.
- If you are about to start your own blog, make sure you enjoy what you’re doing and you know a lot about what you’re writing. If you write interesting things and articles on your blog, then your readers will surely visit it again and again to read and look at some of your work.
If you are looking for way to earn a little extra and to save money, then why not give blogging a try? There are a lot of blogging tools in the market and these tools can help transform blogging by making it so much easier and fun at the same time. These tools are not only easy to use but they are quite affordable too. There are tons of options to choose from but of course, you still have to choose wisely and decide which of these blogging tools will help you and will fit for budget.
In today’s post I want to discuss a very simple and logical step for any regularly updated blog – publish blog to Kindle and get the extra income and recognition you deserve. Kindle marketplace experiencing tremendous growth and people constantly search for relevant content and information they can access with their devices, which makes it only logical to offer quality content you create to this market.
Best part of all – it doesn’t cost you anything! See my blog as an example:
But it does have a potential to generate you recurring income on a complete autopilot, once you complete the steps outlined in this guide.
Duplicate Content penalty is one of the most misunderstood and at same time one of the most abused topics in Internet marketing and blogging. It is being “sold” as a proven fact by many looking to sell some form of a “solution” to others, not willing to take time to check the claims…
But I KNOW You Are Smarter Than That!
Last Google algorithm update only added to this controversy and created a new frenzy around the topic. And while I’m not going to argue that UNIQUE content will outperform Private Label Rights articles I would like to invite you into a quick facts checking process.
Shall we see what is truth and what is fairy tales?