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How To Make Money Using Your Blog
Everyone seems to own a blog nowadays. Blogs are free to run (using hosting services like Blogger.com, a Google-owned company) and a great way to share information to Internet readers. Some people use blogs to share details of their lives, sort of like a public journal. However, more and more people are using blogs to make money. "How do you make money using a blog?" you ask. Easy!
First of all, you will need a blog that is "established." This usually means that you have been indexed by Google and have a couple month's of past blog entries. New blogs need not apply. If you're just starting a blog, or are thinking of starting one, get to writing and start throwing data up.
Next, you will need to sign-up for a paid-blogging service. Two great services that exemplify how these work are BlogginAds.com and PayPerPost.com.
Here is how it works:
You sign up for a paid-blogging service. Once they verify your blog, they'll tell you what "opportunities" (read: jobs) you are qualified for. Then, you choose what opportunities you want. An example opportunity will ask you to write about "Product X with 300 words" and might ask you to include a link to Product X's website. Basically, you're writing a short ad for the product.
Once you've posted your blog that fulfills the requirements of your opportunity, you will notify the paid-blogging service. They'll verify that your blog has indeed met the opportunity's requirements, and there is usually a waiting period of a couple weeks before they pay you (to make sure you don't delete the post right after getting paid).
Usually, you are paid via PayPal or some other electronic payment method, although some services allow you to request checks via mail. Requesting money via check will take several weeks longer, but if you don't have a Paypal account you can request money that way.
Get-paid-to-blog services have gotten a lot of negative publicity because people think that blogging should be impartial, sort of like journalism. However, placing some sort of qualifier on your blog, like "This Post was Sponsored, " allows you to take advantage of paid-blogging services without ruining your reputation with your online readers.
How much money can you make by blogging for money?
It all depends on how much time you put into it. The more you invest in your blog, building your readership and your reputation on the Internet, the more high-paying opportunities you can qualify for. Some opportunities for big blogs pay up to $300 or more. For smaller blogs, you can expect about $10 per blog entry. This is a pretty good rate of return, seeing as how it shouldn't take you too long to type up such a blog entry. Try to put up one blog entry a day, and that amounts to $70 a week, or $280 a month. It might seem like small change, but it all adds up and its relatively easy.
To supplement, your blogging income, you can also add other forms of revenue to your website. Google Adsense (http://google.com/adsense.com) places contextual ads on your blog. It can be automatically installed if you use Blogger.com (which is owned by Google), but you can also ad it to other blogs if you have access to your blog's HTML.
Making money by blogging on the Internet is easy and a nice way to make some extra spending money to fuel your next shopping excursion.By Penny Richards - A traveling explorer who enjoys experiencing life at its fullest.
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