Are you interested to start a blog just because you want to have some income online? I’m afraid you’ll fail or you’ll turn into a spammer. Most people who get interested in blogging from the beginning, what they do is to set up a blog from blogger (Blogspot) and sign up for a Google Adsense account. It’s okay to put some ads here and there and start your income just from the beginning but what about content?
I see lot’s of new blogs every day with a bunch of Adsense here and there but with no regular updates. When they realize that traffic is the key, then they start to spam blogs and forums and even ask for click on those ads. But you should always remember that only fresh articles will attract more readers coming to your blog again and again.
Articles are the root of your blog
Original articles will make others read, share and come back later. The more often you create a new blog post, the more often they will come. This will also invite search engine robots to come again and you’ll develop a better website ranking.
More ad doesn’t mean more income
You should know this fact. Adding more ads will make the pay per click rate for each ad will be decreased. It’s not about the number of ads, it’s all about the positioning, colors, and traffic.
Don’t put AdSense in empty pages
Adding the ad code on an empty page will show up irrelevant ads. If you create a blog with no content, then you should not promote it. Write at least 10 nice articles before you officially start to promote it.
Search engine traffic takes some time to develop. On the other hand, the more articles you’ll have, the more traffic you’ll get from them. Before depending on that source, try to build some other ways of traffic like Social bookmarking, but don’t ever think of traffic exchange, banner or link exchange sites.
Yes, I’m making money online but I didn’t receive my first payment just after starting my blog. You have to put regular effort into your blog and don’t expect to get a big money overnight.
Have patience and it will come with a great result. As a result, I didn’t pay a single cent from my own pocket for my blogs. The domains, hosting, ads, projects, internet cost, PC maintenance, everything I paid with the money which I earned from blogging. You might want to check out how to get advertisers on your blog.