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Updated on September 22, 2015
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Blogging is fun!

Blogging is so much fun. I have been blogging online for years. I like that I get to express myself while helping others but I also get to make friends with people all over the world. The best thing is that I get paid blogging! Imagine getting paid for speaking your mind. That's really what blogging is all about and getting paid for it makes it pretty amazing.

Everyone has something that they are excellent at. We all have talents. Why not share your talents with others? You may want to share with others who have the same interests as you or you might enjoy teaching others what you do. Either way, you can share your talents by blogging.

Have you ever thought that it would be fun to make money sharing your knowledge with the world? If so, then this article is for you. Be sure to play close attention as I am going to show you how you can make money easily and you can get started as early as today.


How To Set Up A Blog

Setting up a Blog is Easy

Setting up a blog is really easy. A good place to start with someone who has no experience is to start with a blogging website like Hubpages, where you don't have to worry about learning how to find a domain or set up web hosting. The advantage here is you don't have to spend any money to get started and it is really easy.

However, you do need to abide by the rules of the blogging site and if the site ends up closing, you could be at risk of losing your content. And then all of your hard work could go down the drain.

So eventually you really should set up your own blog. And I suggest setting up a WordPress Blog. When you have your own blog it gives you way more freedom and total control. Plus in the long run, you can make more money.

If you don't know how to set up a blog or website, there are lots of places on the Internet that offer free training to help you get started.

Different Kinds of Blogs

There are several different kind of blogs you can create, Here are a few of them:

Information blogs: Information blogs are where you are informing readers about a specific topic of interest. These are also considered news topic blogs.

How To Blogs: These blogs are where you are teaching people how to do something. If you have a certain expertise then you can help others with a how to blog.

Review blogs (also known as niche blogs): This is where you are writing a review about a specific topic and you are sharing products within this niche.

Journals: This is a personal blog where you are writing about yourself and your daily life. These are fun because you can get to just be yourself.

How to Get Paid Blogging

Okay here is the fun part!

Now that you have your blog up and running you probably wanted to learn about how to make money with your blog.

Here are a few ways to monetize your blog:

Sell Products: You can sell your own products through your blog. This can be physical products that you will ship out or it could be a digital product like an ebook that your write. This method does take a lot of work on your behalf as you are the person responsible for the product development and customer service issues.

Affiliate Marketing: This is when you sell other peoples products. The way it works, is when you sell a product the company your are marketing will ship out the product for you. This is my favorite method because it is really easy. I write reviews and if someone buys the product that I write about, I get paid. I don't have to ever touch a product.

Google Adsense: This is where Google places ads on your site based on topic of your blog and blog posts. This is easy peasy as well. You simply put the code that Google gives you and then just write blog posts to your blog. Google will automatically place ads that match your blog posts or what your customer is searching for. There are many other sites similar to Adsense. Two popular ones are Chitika and Bidvertizer.

These are just a few ways to monetize your site.

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    • Wendy Krick profile imageAUTHOR

      Wendy Krick 

      4 years ago from Maryland

      You are welcome Rajib.

    • Wendy Krick profile imageAUTHOR

      Wendy Krick 

      4 years ago from Maryland

      Hi Franto, I think it is always good for people to compare different sites. I know I did. I chose Wealthy Affiliate because of all the free training and support that comes along with the websites.

    • f_hruz profile image

      f_hruz 

      4 years ago from Toronto, Ontario, Canada

      Hi Wendy - congratulations!

      How are you doing on WA? Do you think it's a good idea to compare a few web building sites so people can see the difference in cost and benefits ... plus you will give them a choice and can make some money from more than just one:

      http://babo1.com/af60 - Build-a-Biz-Online

      In the end it's not so much your web page, but the marketing strategies which will be making money for you, right?

      Franto in Toronto

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      Techncom 

      4 years ago

      Thank you so much for your fantastic share.

      Regards,

      Rajib

      http://halfpriceshows.com

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