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Thursday, February 5, 2009

Some Tips on How To Earn Money from Your Blog

The internet has taken the world like a storm. Almost everybody in the world now know how to use the internet, most especially the new generation. My niece who is only 4 years old is very much knowledgeable and spends a lot of time online in watching her favorite videos and playing her favorite games.

In line with this new technology is the blogging phenomenon. It is so popular nowadays that even businesses have turned into it to advertise their company services and products. Many stay at home moms were given the chance to work while taking care of their families. What's best is they can work at their most conveninet time.

Thousands of blogs are being developed everyday. Name it and the internet has it. From daily journals to health blogs to travel to social networking to online and offline business and now one of the most popular of them all is, "how to make money online". Some people even quit their day jobs once they reach their monthly target earnings so they can work at home.

Setting up a blog is the first and easiest part. If you want to earn money from it, then you must be ready to work hard on the first six months and in the following months be able to continue the momentum of posting regularly. A blog in order to have continued readership needs to have quality content and has to be updated regularly. Below are some ways most bloggers earn money from their blogs. If you are new blogger, you better take note of these tips. If you have been blogging for a few months already, just read on. Who knows, you might be missing something out.

Google Adsense - this is the most popular way to earn money online. Many professional bloggers earn thousands of dollars every month. Some a few hundreds while mostly (beginners) a few (tens of) dollars a month. Minimum payout in adsense is $100. You have to apply for an adsense account and once you are approved, you can now post adsense codes to your blog or you can submit your publisher ID to blogging communities so you can earn money from the revenue. These communities do share the blog's revenue to its writers.

To be continued ...



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