Have you heard that you can make money blogging? Well it is true, you can make money blogging but it’s going to take more then just setting up a blog and making a few posts. It is going to take some good content on your blog to get the visitors to come and to click on your links.
Workbooks, manuals and books. Training materials, such as workbooks and manuals, are chock full of lists, resources, and other content that makes great Blog. Books, published or unpublished, can give you months of useful posts. (If your book was published by a traditional publisher, make sure all publication rights have reverted to you.) Do you have a book that you started but never finished? Slice and dice the unfinished manuscript to create a supply of posts.
This is especially useful for first time users, since they can start blogging right away. They can chose from a number of templates that blogging websites provide.
2) Longer writings can be broken up into multiple parts and form a blog series. Readers tend to like those. If they read the first part they will come back and read the second part and the third part and so forth.
Depending on the time of day, and since this is a new blog, the article should publish very quickly. You’ll see a message like “100% complete”. Voila, you now have a live blog. You can click on the “View site” tab to have a look.
Keyword frequency: Don’t repeat your keywords too often in the article. For a 400-word article, don’t repeat a keyword more than 5 times. If you do it, Google will consider your blog as keyword spam. Search engines like a blog that is natural to human. Overall all these work is done for human. So, if your blog is low value to human beings, then your blog has no value for search engines.
Your blog is a great way to keep all of your articles and business information. Quality information makes for the best web sites, so put up all of those old articles and anything else you have lying around that makes good content. The content on your blog can be easily stored through archives.
It’s reformatted and updated. You don’t have to copy your blog verbatim to compose your book. Try reformatting the posts: change the titles, add updates related to new trends or statistics, create better headings, change a few sentences around, add sentences, and more. Although your book may be essentially the same material, your improvements can make the book 10 times better than your blog. Besides, anyone comparing your book to your blog may notice that some changes have been made. Your book may appear to be an updated, fresher version of your blog posts. Accordingly, they may want access to those updates by purchasing your book.