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Blogging to the Bank – Earning your first dollar from a blog

Updated on February 13, 2011

The easiest way to earn money online is by blogging and that means you’ll be all the way blogging to the bank.


To start off with, you may want to know what is a blog? A blog is a combination of two words “web log” which is exactly like the entries that you maintain on a daily or weekly or a monthly basis in your dairy. A blog is similar to these entries you make to record your thoughts and lives but these entries are made online. If you are reading this you are actually viewing an example of a blog. Blogging is an activity that is referred to writing a blog. And the good news is that earning through your blog is easier than you think. Blogging to the Bank is now a reality and many people earn their living through writing blogs for free. Many millionaires in recent past were made online and more so through their blogs. In fact blogs continue to make more millionaires than ever before. Blogging to the Bank is therefore a metaphor that is used by the online industry for earning through blogging.

But what if you are new to the internet or may be not to the internet but to blogging. You may ask yourself “Is writing a blog and then earning through it is possible for me?” or “Well those people who earn through blogs are good at writing. I am not half as good as them!” To answer both of your questions; blogging is possible for almost anyone who can text on mobile phones, chat on the internet, reply to daily e-mails or basically write at a very basic level.

As I said Blogging to the Bank is possible for all of us. We just need to get over our inertia and take action. Internet has loads of information on writing and earning through blogs but most of it is either too much for someone new to blogging or maybe too confusing to even a person not so new to the world of blogs. This is where I find Rob Benwell, a 25 year old millionaire from UK, to be someone who can teach you the basics of the blogging system. Now don’t go by his age as he has been earning on the internet for the last 5 years now and lives a life of his dreams. He has put a step by step blueprint to creating highly profitable niche blogs in a simple and understandable way in the form of a pdf ebook. For someone who doesn’t enjoy reading too much, Rob has included it in video format too. This ebook and video combination will teach you everything you need to start writing your first blog and then earn your very first dollar through it. You need:

· No existing website or a blog

· No technical knowledge about internet and blogs

· No extra long hours of work (Just 1-2 hours a week)

· No product of yours to promote

And as I said earlier that Blogging to the Bank is now a metaphor. Well guess what, Rob has named his blueprint, Blogging to the Bank.

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