ChaChing!!! Last month my blogs earned me more than $5,000. Everyone has been asking me “How can I make that kind of scratch writing a bunch of B_LL SH_T on the World Wide Web?” HAHAEURIt aint so easy but folks, it sure is fun. And I am more than happy to share with you the blogger’s do’s and don’ts.
First you will need to find out who among your group of friends really enjoys scrapbooking. You can then set up a free blog where you and your friends can post all of your scrapbooking tips, ideas, suggestions and special projects. What is nice about an online blog is that you can find other scarpbookers who also have tips ideas and suggestions that you may find helpful. To set up your blog you will want to start by posting some of your own creative tips. Send an email to family and friends with a link to your new scrapbooking blog once it is created. Encourage them to visit your blog and post comments. You can even have them send you pictures that you can post on your site to make it even nicer.
Your blog is your own personal tool and you can therefore write about anything. However, the most successful lifestyle blogs do have some sort of theme and a type of writing voice. Writing about anything and swapping between humour and seriousness can really prevent you from having any traffic.
What is needed is a way to easily and effectively narrow down your options and settle on two or three cars that best suit our needs, then go out and give them a test drive to see which one has the right feel.
You will also need to learn and use SEO, or search engine optimization. Making your blog or articles rank higher in search engine results will increase your chances of making money online. SEO is not as difficult as you may think it is. You can start by writing original content and then creating articles that you can post as basic text content of your Read my bio. Thus, making your blog and articles work with each other, as drive relevant traffic to one another.
There are a lot of families across the country who likes to watch award shows like the AMAs as a family. Would most parents like their tween or teen watching Adam Lambert’s performance at the 2009 American Music Awards?
Sabrina: I really can’t answer that question. I put this together based on my many of my client’s asking about blogging. I could see that they needed to blog and I could see that they simply didn’t have the time or know where to start. They also wanted to understand the significance of what blogging could do for their business, SEO (search engine optimization) and their visibility in Google.
Most of all remember healing won’t happen overnight. You only need to get through the next day, week or month. If that is too long to think about, then try taking it in hourly increments. Looking at things in the short term versus the long term is helpful during grief. It won’t change how you feel, but it may help you cope.