Absolutely. Once you decide a niche on which you want to blog, you can soon become an expert in it, network with people and start making money out of it. All this requires thoughtful planning and disciplined execution.
Yes. If you call small change money. To make a living you need to include a lot of marketing and networking - find, create, capture, retain followers. If you're serious about making a living online, writing blog posts is not going to do it if you don't get your business model right, which must include blog traffic, and monetization of the traffic.
Oh, and this won't happen overnight, never mind what any ra-ra snake oil salesman tells you on his blinged out splash page where he is trying to con you out of $19.99 (reduced from $29.99, reduced from $49.99, just today, and only for you) just so he can tell you all his "secrets".
Discipline, hard work, patience, and perseverance.
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It can be, but I agree with Tony. It's only going to give you a good amount of money if you really treat it like a business. Blogging is usually best to bring traffic to your business, rather than being your sole way of making money.
It is easy if you find the way and I doubt the possibility of full time blog writer when you are a beginner, try it as a part time job and see the result.
Easy? No. Simple? Yes. I think it's a simple process to earn money online with a blog but it takes work. Having great content and gaining followers in the beginning takes a lot of time and effort.
If you put a lot of work into in the beginning though it can become and easy way to earn money because established sites almost run themselves as far as getting traffic.
by Heather Edgens 3 years ago
I am not all that familiar with the ends and outs of blogging. My understanding is that you can blog about anything- from handy parenting tips to telling people about how you slipped on some ice and landed on your booty in front of a million people. (I don't know why you would write about that, but...
by Susan W 5 years ago
How many hubs do you have to write to earn money? How much would you earn?What would be your average income for fifty hubs?
by Kevar Telfer 3 years ago
Is a worthy option for employment? would you you replace blogging with your Brick and Mortyr Stores? what is thought? let us reason and share opinion.Kevar Telfer
by The Dream Interpreter 6 years ago
Why 4 weeks in hubpages yet no dime?I have on daily basis edited, answered, commented, asked questions and also added ads on my hubs yet when I checked all my affiliate earnings I found no dime!I feel like removing all those ads. Please someone advice me what to do.
by TheBlondie 6 years ago
What are some easy, non-time consuming ways to earn money?I have a crazy schedule and it would be difficult to get even a part time job. I already take surveys for companies online for a bit of extra money, but does anyone have any other ideas for making some extra money in their free time?
by Krystal Boyle 18 months ago
How to start a blog and earn money?I've always wanted to blog, about food or clothes or just about anything people would like to learn or read, I would like to know how I could begin.
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