Because I am transcribing the write-up about how do blogs make money, I’ve realized that a lot of my readers and close friends have no idea that bloggers have the ability to make money; a lot of money with blogs. Interestingly, most bloggers assume that readers currently know how do blogs make money. That same realization was the inspiration for me to use blogging systems. Just how do blogs make money? Read on…
Spiritual Blogs are needed more than money making blogs, more than new drug announcement blogs and more than how to save your relationship/personal life coach and personal development blogs. Everything that you desire is already here. So stop looking outside of yourself and begin to understand and study who you were created to be.
You are also required to think about other important tasks such as updating plugins for all of your web logs. Although it may be not a difficult task but having to do it for dozens of blogs, one by one, is really a stressful toil. You may also have to deal with people who comment on your blog posts. In this case, before answering any comments, it is necessary for you to distinguish first which are the real ones and which are posted by spammers.
To be sure there are quite a few blogs that are frequented daily either due to the persona who owns them or due to their popularity in a specific niche. For instance, writers frequent Get inspired that are kept up by agents. Some of these blogs are humorous, some serious.
As a matter of course when I set up my blog I put in a stat counter. These are available for free all over the web, and by injecting a line of code into your web page or blog you can get fairly sophisticated results as to how many visits you get and for how long the person visited. I never really looked at those stats due to the fact that business and other web development which I considered more important were taking up all my time.
Very carefully select your blog categories. This strongly depends on the blogging software you use, but at some point your posts will get archived into categories. This is a very powerful feature, because it’s like having a subdirectory or a subdomain on your website containing text about the same (sub)topic. You therefore should select your categories carefully.
Over the short years of blogging history, blogging has become simpler in some ways, and more complicated in others. Today, using a service such as Blogger at http://www.blogger.com anyone who has access to a computer with an Internet connection can be set up and blogging in less than five minutes. In that way, blogging has become simplified. However, RSS has come into the picture, which in some ways makes blogging very confusing for beginners.