HERE! The Link: SystemToMakeMoneyOnline.com Software to automate an online business is one of those things that people will always be interested in. As a result, software developers and internet marketers are constantly trying to come up with new programs that can make the idea of making money online with automated software into a reality. As time goes on, more and more of the process associated with building an online business can be done by a computer program. This is great for anyone who is just getting started, as it means that they can avoid a lot of the initial challenges of making money online in 2012. One of the most popular ways to use automation online is autoblogging. Autoblogging involves setting up a website with a blog and using software to update it automatically. This means that you wont have to worry about writing new posts every day to keep your readers interested; the software will take care of that for you. You can even set up a posting schedule for the software to follow so that your blog has consistent and regular new posts. So how do you make money online in 2012 with an autoblog? Because of their frequently updated content, blogs are very popular with both search engines and internet users. This makes them a prime place for advertisements. In addition to standard ad blocks which will pay you for each person who clicks them, you can also set up an autoblog to automatically choose relevant products to promote with your affiliate links. If someone <b>…<b>
www.SteveNam.com Thanks for all the emails and encouragement from my post yesterday! Several of you expressed that you wanted to join me on this 0 to 10k journey. Im ecstatic about that, and so lets just cut to the chase and get started! Im writing these posts realizing that many of you have not had a go at making very much money online, so Im going to give you the best resources and education I can for someone just starting out. The best advise I can give for 2008 is "GET A BLOG!" Why do I say that? Well, blogs are hot right now. For a few reasons 1.) Blogs give you credibility — Its like your home online, this is where you can advertise all the products you come out with, share your knowledge, and demonstrate to people that you know what youre doing. 2.) Blogs are loved by the online community –if you look around, more and more people are starting blogs now, they are linking to their friends blogs, theyre linking to good posts by other bloggers (if you think about it the better stuff you write the more likely people will link to you and get you traffic), and basically people dont feel like theyre being "sold to" when theyre on a blog. Unless of course, you make your blog uber cheesy salesy. 3.) Blogs are loved by search engines — they more posts you write, the better chances you get to rank for certain keywords. This can be discussed in further detail but well save it. 4.) Blogs are the EASIEST thing to create (as far as websites go) –You can go to blogger <b>…<b>
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HERE! The Link: SystemToMakeMoneyOnline.com Blogging, in 2011, is incredibly easy to do if you are not using it as a mechanism solely for making money. Most blog platforms offer free versions; others, like WordPress, offer hosted solutions where you pay a small fee per month to your hosting company and then integrate with WordPress tools and the platform. Whichever way you do it – either the free version or via a hosted version – it is simple to set up and get started. So the barriers to entry in the world of blogging are basically zero. No cost, fast, and easy for anyone wanting to start a blog. The difficulty, however, is in the competition across the world of blogging. A lot of very well-known sites are, or were, actually blogs. Did you hear about AOL buying Huffington Post a few months ago? Well, Huffington Post actually is a blog. What are some others? Internet marketing and technology folks are very familiar with Techcrunch. There are numerous other very well-known web destinations which are blogs and were started by one or a handful of individuals like you and me. Most of the big blogs started out creating fantastic, relevant content and their audience grew over time. In fact, their audiences grew so much, that they could solicit advertising, grow their newsletter lists and then sell those lists to advertisers, or even in some cases could charge a fee (subscription or one-time) to view certain content. All of these are ways, or tactics, that bloggers ultimately can <b>…<b>
HERE! The Link: SystemToMakeMoneyOnline.com My answer very definitively is that blogs are not becoming irrelevant, and in fact it is quite the contrary. Blogs are even more important in this highly-social era. While social media is great, and should be utilized to build your audience and build your blogs audience, understand that there are limitations in respect to social media. The biggest is that the content is short-form. Twitter is only 140 characters. Facebook isnt necessarily conducive to in-depth commentary. LinkedIn, same thing. If you have a topic and want to write about something with any kind of depth, blogging really is the perfect solution. Sure, blogging takes a lot more time than tweeting or posting Facebook status updates; but if you want to build an audience through anything beyond a pithy comment here or there, it really is important and necessary. Again, this is not to say that social media is not important. It is. In fact, I believe your followers on social media should feed your blog. I always shudder when people say "find me on Facebook" versus "find me at my website". If you are serious about blogging, and eventually making money through blogging, you should be doing everything you can to be directing eyeballs to your blog, from social media. Dont abandon social media, but understand what it is and isnt necessarily useful for when weighed against the virtues of blogging and building your audience that way. In short, my main tip for blogging is <b>…<b>