Blogging is one of the biggest things to ever hit the Internet.
While most people are already familiar with the basics of what a blog is, many are still at a loss when it comes to the details of complexities that come with this phenomenon.
When they first came into use, blogs were simple personal journals that people published online to keep a record of their personal thoughts and feelings much like how one would use a diary.
These blogs consisted of individual dated posts that could contain anything from personal thoughts to records of day-to-day events.
These first blogs were maintained by individuals or small groups of people for a wide variety of reasons. However, blogs evolved as time passed by.
Is it really possible to make money with a blog?
This is the recurring question that many people make, which, for one reason or another, would like to try to earn money with the internet. The answer is more than positive: it is certainly possible to make money with a blog (and a lot!), But …
But what the vast majority of bloggers do is not good. And not because it is difficult to open a blog, indeed. Paradoxically, one of the “problems” is the fact that it is all too easy to open one’s own blogging platform!
In fact, just go to a site like Blogger or WordPress and, with just a few minutes and a few clicks, anyone can open their own blog at no cost. And now the fun begins (so to speak …). Why?
At this point, the vast majority of bloggers start writing articles about articles talking about everything that comes into their head. In the meantime, they insert banners or AdSense ads and hope, in doing so, to make a salary or even get rich,,,,,
The problem is that, if you work so amateurish, at most you can earn money to buy yourself a sandwich from time to time. If, on the other hand, you want to earn a real salary, or you really want to make good money by blogging, then you have to make up your mind that you will have to work professionally!
Many people copy other well-known bloggers trying to copy what they do, not knowing that eventually, they make a hole in the water, everything you know and would like to share must be explicitly yours, and that’s what your follower wants to read.
In this book, I explain to you first of all,
- The psychology behind a blog,
- What do you need and what you absolutely have to leave,
- Be determined and believe in your potential,
- Don’t look right or left but follow your path without deviating into other complexes confusing topics,
- Choosing the right path,
- How to interact with your followers and how to position your blog in search engines or social media,
- The easy techniques to monetize
- Where to get the best-paid products/service
- and other things.