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A Guide To Blogging For Cash

In this short Wordpress tutorial, you are going to learn all about Blogging for Cash.

There are a number of ways that people can make money online. Many of these methods require an initial investment.

Those that do not have spare cash lying around may be looking for opportunities that do not require capital. Thankfully, there is one online opportunity with enormous growth potential - blogging.

What is Blogging?

A blog is a website that consists of articles. Unlike other websites blogs tend to have minimal page categories and posts ordered in reverse chronological order.

A "blogger" is a person who writes these posts. They may do this for recognition, to share their passion about a specific topic and/or to make money.

Who Can Become a Blogger?

Anybody with an internet connection can start a blog. All it takes is a domain name, web hosting, a simple website template and a blogging platform.

A person with a basic knowledge of computers will be able to set up and create a blog. Bloggers can also choose to write for established websites.

It is important to be aware that bloggers do not need to be good writers. The skills needed to write a concise blog can be learned with some time and patience. A fear of writing should not put people off of starting a blog

What Are The Benefits of Writing a Blog?

There are many benefits people can gain from starting or contributing to a blog. Some of these are listed below.

- Writers will make money.
- Workers can write at their own pace.
- Writers can work from home or any location they choose.
- As workers will not have a boss, they will control where and when they work.
- Writers will save money on commuting and bought lunches.
- As writers will be selecting their own topics, they will be doing a job they love and are passionate about.

What to Expect As a Blogger

While blogging can be very profitable, it is a rough ride to the top. Beginner bloggers should be aware of the following problems.

- Most bloggers will take 6 to 12 months to start making money from their blog.
- Those who contribute to other blogs will take over 6 months to establish regular clients.
- The average blogger will work unpaid for several months.
- Unless a blog has traffic, it will not make any money. Therefore, bloggers will have to dedicate just as much time to marketing as they will to creating content.

Blogging is by no means easy. Like regular jobs, starting and maintaining a blog is a lot of hard work. In fact, many people compare it to a full-time job.

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A Guide To Blogging For Cash | Blogging For Cash A Guide To Blogging For Cash | Blogging For Cash Presentation Transcript

  • A GUIDE TO BLOGGING FOR CASH By WP Coaching School
  • There are a number of ways that people can make money online. Many of these methods require an initial investment.  Those that do not have spare cash lying around may be looking for opportunities that do not require capital.  Thankfully, there is one online opportunity with enormous growth potential –  Blogging. 
  • WHAT IS BLOGGING?  A blog is a website that consists of articles.  Unlike other websites, blogs tend to have minimal page categories and posts ordered in reverse chronological order.  A "blogger" is a person who writes these posts. They may do this for recognition, to share their passion about a specific topic and/or to make money.
  • WHO CAN BECOME A BLOGGER?  Anybody with an internet connection can start a blog. All it takes is a domain name, web hosting, a simple website template and a blogging platform. A person with a basic knowledge of computers will be able to set up and create a blog. Bloggers can also choose to write for established websites.  It is important to be aware that bloggers do not need to be good writers. The skills needed to write a concise blog can be learned with some time and patience. A fear of writing should not put people off of starting a blog
  • WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF WRITING A BLOG?        There are many benefits people can gain from starting or contributing to a blog. Some of these are listed below. - Writers will make money. - Workers can write at their own pace. - Writers can work from home or any location they choose. - As workers will not have a boss, they will control where and when they work. - Writers will save money on commuting and bought lunches. - As writers will be selecting their own topics, they will be doing a job they love and are passionate about.
  • WHAT TO EXPECT AS A BLOGGER       While blogging can be very profitable, it is a rough ride to the top. Beginner bloggers should be aware of the following problems. - Most bloggers will take 6 to 12 months to start making money from their blog. - Those who contribute to other blogs will take over 6 months to establish regular clients. - The average blogger will work unpaid for several months. - Unless a blog has traffic, it will not make any money. Therefore, bloggers will have to dedicate just as much time to marketing as they will to creating content.
  • CONCLUSION  Blogging is by no means easy. Like regular jobs, starting and maintaining a blog is a lot of hard work. In fact, many people compare it to a full-time job.