Is writing about "how to make money" the way to make money?

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  1. Right On Time profile image60
    Right On Timeposted 7 years ago

    Is writing about "how to make money" the way to make money?

    This seems to be very popular all over the internet and leaves me wondering - are articles about money the ones that really make money?

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  2. W. K. Hayes profile image89
    W. K. Hayesposted 7 years ago

    Any article that provides useful information by helping others is the way to go.

  3. Brooke Lorren profile image60
    Brooke Lorrenposted 7 years ago

    They can make money... if you know what you're talking about.  If you don't, then you probably won't.  You need to know how to make money before you can teach others.

    That's not how I make most of my money though.

  4. C.V.Rajan profile image61
    C.V.Rajanposted 7 years ago

    I have the same suspicion as you. Those who write "how to make money" seem to hope to make some money they didn't get in other ways, that way !

  5. garyyoungberg profile image60
    garyyoungbergposted 7 years ago

    What goes around comes around.  If you truly help others, you will benefit.  If there is not a fair value exchange, the enterprise will fail.

  6. brandonfowler66 profile image76
    brandonfowler66posted 7 years ago

    actually it is because you're helping others to learn what you're already doing and if you're doing it right you're getting compensated good.

  7. 21shopping profile image58
    21shoppingposted 7 years ago

    Sure, you can make money if you really know what can make people rich.

  8. BobbiRant profile image60
    BobbiRantposted 7 years ago

    I suppose for some people it is the way to make money.  Frankly, the topic gets recycled over and over and over.  Written differently but saying pretty much the same thing.  I get it already!!!

  9. Right On Time profile image60
    Right On Timeposted 7 years ago

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    C.V and Bobbi you make a good point
    But yah I reckon the writing is really a key point for readability. Personally I have come across many "how to make money" articles. If they knew how to make money why are they desperately trying to lure people to read a page with Adsense on it?

  10. hasan82 profile image55
    hasan82posted 7 years ago

    Yes!
    Strangely it is indeed. This is a very well known way to make money but saturated quite heavily now.

  11. ImChemist profile image57
    ImChemistposted 7 years ago

    Yes you can make money about this topics but you have to choose your sub niche and your long tail keywords.

  12. Bendo13 profile image79
    Bendo13posted 7 years ago

    Those who don't try to make money know how to make money with a blog! read more

  13. Jewel531 profile image74
    Jewel531posted 7 years ago

    Content is key in all businesses - but Making Money online is a top topic and it racks in tons of money everyday for tons of people!

  14. profile image47
    DaveMoneyposted 6 years ago

    LOL - you're right, all of these "gurus" selling their how to make money courses only actually make money from people trying to find a way to make ends meet.

    They're nearly all scams, there's a good explanation here:

    http://www.howtomakemoneyuk.com/how-to- … ick-scams/

    and here:

    http://www.howtomakemoneyuk.com/breakdo … ck-scheme/

  15. RZed profile image75
    RZedposted 6 years ago

    You can make money on any topic, assuming there is enough interested people. On the subject of 'making money', the subject is huge and very popular, putting aside how many of the people actually make money themselves (which is a prerequisite for giving advice in my book).

    To put a little meat on the bones. Online poker is very popular. There are 1.5 Million monthly searches globally on Google. There are 5 Million searches monthly across the globe for 'How to Make Money' and 3.35 Million searches for 'Get Money' (which is not as competitive as you think). So no problem with demand.

    As many answers have pointed out - seeing the wood from the trees is a completely different story. To really answer your question, no they are not the ones to 'really' make money - just another topic that can generate revenue streams. Keep in mind that with the huge demand, it is more difficult to rank in the SERPS.

    1. hnjax profile image60
      hnjaxposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Only problem is that everyone writes about making money.  While there are over 3 million searches there are probably well over a million sites out there about how to make money.  To make money,write about something with demand, but with low comp.

    2. profile image32
      cloooposted 6 years agoin reply to this

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  16. FatGreenParrot profile image69
    FatGreenParrotposted 3 years ago

    Not really, there are many sites where you can just write content about anything and get paid, the latest one is elitevisitors.com and the site looks good.

 
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