There are a million and one ways to make money part time. And in this economy who doesn’t need a little extra (or a lot of extra) cash in their pocket! That’s why I’ve decided to start a series of articles where I lay out the pro’s and con’s of different kinds of part time businesses that you can do with a limited up front investment and in your spare time.
There are plenty of great make money discover new links out there. Some are good – some are bad. Find some good ones by searching Google and start reading through the posts and understanding the different ways to make money online.
Perhaps this will really help you a lot. When you find a place where it rates the top 100 blogs please select only 3-4 blogs to read from. You can only read so much and learn so much.
The only downside to this approach is the search results don’t tell you the PR of the blog. You have to go into each blog if you’re seeking high PR URLs on which to comment.
OMake your blog visually exciting. Choose an attractive background colour and provide photos or images. Consider sound. Develop your blog as you would a web site, with the same visual appeal. Some bloggers even add video and sound to their blogs. There is no need to spend many hours composing art works, but know that simple text on a white background may simply not draw as many readers as you like.
So I remain with my hand raised on “hating blogs”. And I fully admit I continue to blog. The lesson that I have learned is that no web technology should be ignored when it becomes mainstay. If you are serious about adding credibility to your business then setting up a blog should also be part of the plan.
Narrow down to your top three site choices. Once you have these three, make lists of the pros and cons. Take a look at the popularity of the site, the success stories, the number of members, available search criteria, the members you see when you search, the costs, etc.