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Monday, 6 April 2015

How to Write Killer Money Making Blog

How to Write Killer Money Making Blog

There are two main approaches to professional blogging: You could be a freelance or employed blogger for an established company or site (like those of us here at Lifehacker), or you can start your own blog from scratch. Getting a job as a professional blogger is much easier than starting at ground zero with your own blog. Those who get a job with an established company can earn a good living right off the bat.

Below we will discuss some simple, steps for writing killer money making blogs;

Social Networking do matter but:

This must be a surprise for our readers. You know, its not a good idea of building up a huge following on Facebook or Twitter and then using it to promote your blog. Out of everything have been tested, building your own social media accounts produced the lowest visitor per hour figure. In other words, it’s quite possibly the worst way you can spend your time.

But that don’t mean that having a substantial followings on Twitter or Facebook is useless. Facebook is  cool because you can advertise to your followers. Google+ can help boost your search engine rankings. Even with those benefits though, it shouldn't be near the top of your list for things to do. Until you hit 10,000 + subscribers, then outsource the management of them to someone else. You can use your time more efficiently in writing money making blogs.

Don’t keep on worrying about SEO too early:

SEOs can get tons of traffic from Google. But focusing on it too much is too early. When your blog is new, the most efficient uses of your time fall into three broad categories: building relationships with influencers (including guest blogging), creating content worth linking to, and selling your products and services to gain visitors and make money through your blog. If you do those three things well, not only will your blog gain traffic and prominence, but you'll also start getting search traffic without doing anything

Write Longer Content to get More Traffic:

In order to write real killer money making blog, It might seem strange, but on average, longer content gets much more traffic than shorter content. Not just for us, but for our students too, regardless of the niche. The sweet spot seems to be about 2,000–3,000 words per post.  Granted, content of that length also takes longer to produce, but if you measure the visitors per hour invested, longer content still wins by a mile. Assuming you're promoting it, of course.

Take Time for Real Promotion

And real Promotion means, blogger outreach – the process of building relationships with influencers and asking them to share your work And by “promotion,” and not sharing your own blogs on Twitter and Facebook.

The problem is almost no one promotes their content and blog enough. At a minimum, you should spend just as much time on outreach as you do creating your own content. So, if you're spending 24 hours a week writing blog posts, you must be spending 12 hours a week on content outreach too. Well if it seems difficult for you to stretch too time on outreach, spend 12 hours on writing blog posts and 12 hours on outreach. You’ll get better results for your blog.

Email Subscribers.

In analytics, there is a principle called “the one metric that matters” (OMTM). The idea is that you find a single number that accurately predicts the success or failure of your project. In other words, an email list of 1,000 subscribers should result in at least $1,000 per month in sales, 10,000 subscribers would result in $10,000 per month in sales, and so on. The more subscribers you get, the more money you make. Granted, your relationship with your subscribers and the quality of your products or services and dozens of other factors still matter, but to drive revenue, focus on email list growth. To make money blogging, it’s absolutely essential.


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