If you want to earn income in a blog, you have to avoid a few things, but before we can get it, I can answer some of the questions you may have. You may have noticed that spelling and grammar are not always as good as it should be, and that is why the honest reason is because they are actually Africans. However, I feel that my information, perspectives, tips, or comments may be useful to some and there before I accept the challenge of blogging in English. I think the better I blog in English, the better.
You might have wondered why my blog was so empty and the obvious reason would be because it's still quite new. However, I created a few locations before this was a good deal. I also do a bit of daily reading and research online because there is always something new to learn.
Well, let's go back to the topic. Money can be taken from your blog, but it will not happen overnight. Some can even blogging for months or even years before earning real revenue. At the end of the day you have to ask yourself how long I'm willing to wait?
"The patient is waiting, not passively waiting, but lazy, but to continue if the hard and slow way – patience." – Author Unknown
However, if you decide to create a money-generating blog, I suggest the following tips to help prevent your blog from failing.
Do not lie!
A very simple concept most people tend to ignore. Always keep in mind that blogging creates personal contact with your readers. As soon as he begins to live with them, he actually creates a false image of himself and ultimately displays his readers with a completely different person. Be honest and be yourself, since blogging is much easier and better in the long run.
Blank notes make it easier for blogs to appear.
The only reason I've allowed my comments to my new, fairly new blog is because I support Non-Tracking that allows visitors to link to their site. If you have a new blog, I would suggest that you deny the comments until your blog starts generating traffic. Keep in mind that you are responding to the comments on your site to show your participation and interest with your readers.
Google AdSense only kills its readership.
Simply put, if you have a new blog, please do not start advertising (unless you're selling something). Do not give your readers the impression that your blog is only needed to gain profits. Content and readers arrive for the first time, so a new blog that is crawled with ads can only lead visitors.
An ad in my face is a big shame.
When you run your ads on your blog, try not to put it in the reading area. I know that placing ads within a post generates a better click traffic, but keeps in mind that annoys readers. Experiment with ad placement until you find the optimal positions that work best, without hindering your actual reading. You might want to try placing ads at the bottom of the post.
Do not use spam ads!
Hyperlinks that really guide you to useful products and services are always welcome, but those who say that you are the 10 millionth visitor who are supposed to get something is simply annoying and inexpensive.
Be careful when connecting.
Linking to products is a pleasant way to introduce visitors to your products and services, but linking words to your post is only possible. Try not to hyperlink every second word and focus on the important keyword.
View products and services for use.
Some sites allow bloggers to get paid on the basis of product reviews. Keep in mind, however, that your readers want to read their views on the product or service rather than the description created by the advertiser. The best solution would be to try to offer those who actually have personal experience.
Give ads and content.
Never let your site actually show more ads than the actual content (except your marketing or purchase site). Do not try to copy other content from other sites because you really can not build a reputation. Blogging is about your opinion, not someone else.
There is always room and time.
If you are likely to plan a competition or similar activity to attract more visitors (which is a good idea to afford yourself), just do so if your site is really in a reasonable traffic. Competition on "dead" sites does not provide much help to talented people who come in for a sudden chance to win.
Help my blog help.
Turning to blog life and blog life allows profits so you can not just sit and wait for visitors to arrive. Be active on the web by sending your blog to libraries, commenting on other people's sites, or even asking other bloggers to exchange links.
Remember, the more you do, the more you will get out.
Source by Davin Warner