wrote an article a few days ago in the Wall Street journal, saying that Darren Rowse earned an average of $250 thousand a year by blogging, and Darren Rowse wrote an article to respond to the article. This article blog alliance looked very good, translated a part, which brought on, is also to become a successful blog derived 3 laws of.
original title and link: A Reality about Blogging for Check Money
1, blogging to make money requires a long effort to coordinate the process of
I’ve been blogging for five years, but in the first year, I’m not making money, although I’ve learned a lot about blogging this year. The next two years, while I was writing my blog, I was working at 2-3 for a while, and I had to study in my spare time.
often people tell me that I’m going to earn $XXXX over the next few months. How is it possible for a new blog?
according to my recent statistics, Technorati ranked the top 100 of the blog, blog time on average more than three years. It takes a long time to build a successful blog, and it takes a long time to establish a connection with the reader, it takes a long time to learn how to optimize the ad, it takes a long time to adjust yourself.
2, blog need luck to make money.
although I rarely mention it with other blogs, in fact, I am lucky in many times. I am very lucky, I do not have much in the blog, the competition is not fierce when he began to write blog.
I also inadvertently sent some money to make money through the blog.
my first blog to make money was at that time, the theme is digital photography. I didn’t know what I was doing, but it turned out that the choice was right.
I met the right person at the right time.
some of the best blogs found me at the right time.
3, blog to make money requires a lot of work
recently wrote a lot of articles about the concept of less is more, but this does not mean that you write a few articles prompted by a sudden impulse, then the money will flow and stampede in. In the past 3 years, I have spent 40-60 hours a week on blogs, sometimes even more than 60 hours. According to the work of seven days a week, the time spent on the blog every day about 6-9 hours. In a period of time, I updated 20-30 articles every day. The vast majority of full-time bloggers are about the same.
4, the vast majority of blogger earn less money through the blog
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