I am not talking about a program or any kind of scam I am talking about setting up multiple platforms and administrating where and where writings should go and making sure that adsense or whatever is being optimized and maybe some editing to make sure they exceed certain sites standards.
Let me put it this way. I love to write. Someday I would just like to write for myself. But for right now I am happy writing stuff for business and law and clients of all walks and they pay me to do it.
So if I could conform my writing a tad more and produce something decent every day. Probably more if all I did was write. And I gave someone all the profits for six months and then say half for the next six months and then whatever.And I complied with my quota.
Are there real people who like to do that kind of thing. Because I do not. But if someone did it right I think they could make money off my production.
I am not necessarily sure I would want to do this so I would like to know about the possibilities. Explore and gather understanding as to pros and cons and feasibility. I have asked questions and started and read forums on the subject of increasing traffic and some of these folks seem all excited about it and very knowledgeable and to be honest some of them are not very, shall we say, inspiring or inspired authors. So maybe a mixing of talents would be cool. A partnership.. .Maybe some who is just mediocre in the traffic could team with some one like me just mediocre in the writing but together the synergism could be good.
you can hire and work with people to do anything you like, whether it would be profitable or not would depend on a number of things however..
Making money on the internet is not about how good a writer you are, Shakespeare certainly would never have got a single visitor if he were writing online today!
It is what you write about and not how well you write. You have to write about things that people are searching for and want to read. If you are not then you will be lucky to get more than a handful of visitors each day to your writing.
So if someone who was a whizz at promotion and building sites wanted to partner with someone who was good at churning out content they would want to find someone who writes about things that people are searching for......
Sex, as they say, sells.... So do pet dogs, zit creams, diets............
Social networking provides temporary views.
A lot of promotion can be done internally by good SEO practices. Using proper keywords that let Google know what the article is about, etc. Then Google will promote for you in its search engine and you can simply sit back and continue to write articles.
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