5 Tips For Starting A New Blog

There are several ways one can start to make money online. You can do everything from taking surveys to writing articles. With this article I will give you 4 ways you can start making money online.

Very part time work. You don’t have to invest a ton of time into a My blog. Yes, you have to update it regularly and yes you have to spend time making sure you have enough traffic but it’s not like it’s a full time job.

If your blog is about marathon running, an article on your new iPad isn’t what readers expect. They expect good, solid information about training for their next marathon so stay on point.

Like with any other area in life it’s important that you learn from your own past and mistakes and from others. And that you then improve and optimize your blog, business or diet. DON’T FORGET about this part, think about what worked well the last few months and what did not. Think about what you learned about headlines, social bookmarking and color-schemes. Then experiment and try to optimize the different parts of your blog.

OTips and advice. Many successful marketing blogs are much like successful consumer magazines – readers tune in to read content that is useful. A computer company can offer computer tips and advice, for example, while a writing service blog can include daily ways to boost writing skills.

If you are doing affiliate marketing you can use the website the merchant gives you. If you want a long term business online blogs are hot right now and certainly worth looking closer.

Be particular about the font type and size you use. The text in your posts is the heart of your content, so it’s critical that the text is easy to read. You want to achieve the perfect balance, avoiding a font that is so big that it overtakes the whole page or so tiny that your readers find it difficult to read the text.

And don’t forget to tweet out the link as soon as you post something on your blog. Twitter is an amazing promotional tool whereby almost anything goes. And don’t forget to be responsive to RTs (ReTweets on twitter), SHARES on Facebook and comments in blogs. The more responsive you are, the more friends you make. Remember, friends is a very big thing when it comes to promoting a blog.

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