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Blogging can be fun. Blogging can be a business. Blogging can be both. In fact, if you want to rake in the cash blogging, you may want to blog about something you enjoy doing.
Do you have fun vacationing in the Caribbean? Why not create a blog about that? Think about it: you could spend weeks in the Caribbean doing research for blog entries.... and walk away with more money than youve earned in your life.
If you think that sounds far-fetched, think again! Ken Evoy-of SiteBuildIt fame-has a teenage daughter who does exactly this - and makes more than most adults...
Right now, the only thing that should seem far-fetched is the idea that YOU can pull off this same feat with no additional training. Finding a topic you love writing about probably isnt much of a challenge, but actually making money doing it could be next to impossible if you dont have the right training.
Right now, youre thinking I dont. But thats okay.
Keep reading. Ill explain precisely what you need to do in order to become a successful blogger WHILE writing about something you enjoy!
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The Blogging Cash Machine
As you get ready to read this book, let me make a couple of suggestions on how to get the most out of it. Print out a copy to make notes on, and then read it all the way through one time quickly. After you see the powerful end conclusion, you will better understand how each step fits into the big picture. After you have gone through it once, read it again electronically so you can click through to the examples and websites.
Blogs, short for Web-log, are a type of website that is able to make information available immediately. The difference between a blog and a traditional website is the way in which they are updated. Websites are typically static content, updated only periodically, where as blog technology allows a user to update the content as often, or as quickly as they like. Originally blogs were used by individuals as publicly available online journals. In the past few years, businesses and politicians have started to discover the power of the blog, and their popularity and use has taken off.
Another important way that blogs and websites differ is in the way that search engines view them. Because of the static nature of a website, search engines visit them relatively in-frequently making it difficult for a site to get noticed and listed in search results.
Search engines understand that blogs are constantly being updated with new and pertinent information. They consider this to be time sensitive information so they visit and index a blog each time there is a new post. This makes it much easier for a blog to get listed in the search results which means more traffic for your blog.
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