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How To Make Money For Free – Start A Free Website

Updated on July 14, 2010

If you are interested in making money by doing a little work on the internet you will find that there is a lot that you can do to achieve your money making ambitions.  The first thing to do is to make sure that your goals and ambitions are not set too high otherwise you may find it difficult to keep up the motivation that you need.

The internet has opened up the real possibility of making money for free.  All you need is time, patience and a willingness to learn new skills.  The new skill in question is the art of learning how to create a website.  You do not have to pay to start your own site.  There are plenty of sites that you can choose from but one site that a newbie can learn to navigate round fairly quickly is if you start a blogger blog.

make money for free on the internet
make money for free on the internet

Blogger blog is owned by Google and the quickest way to get yourself started is to sign up for a gmail account.  Once you have done this, you have completed phase one of making money for free.

Go over to blogger blog and open a brand new site.  Think carefully about the name of your new site.  You can choose to use your name or a nickname.  You may decide to use the name of the subject matter that you will be writing about.  Whatever you choose, make sure the name isn’t too long.  Short and sweet means it is more memorable.  You have the rest of your blog to go into details.

The next step to making money for free is to just start writing.  If your site is dedicated to a particular celebrity, write about them or write reviews of their music, films, public appearances – whatever you like.

But How Can You Make Money For Free?

The answer to this is to add google Adsense to your site. People pay google to host ads on the web and you can earn a commission by getting ads on your website. Register for a google Adsense account and once you get confirmation and have configured your blog accordingly, you will be in a position to earn commissions.

Now as a newbie, don’t expect to become rich overnight. It all takes time, patience and a willingness to learn. Further skills are needed in order to improve your earning potential. Keep writing and researching and the more you learn the more success you will have.


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    9 years ago from Colorado

    Very informative. Keep up the good work!


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