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Do you have your own work at home blog?

Beverly

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A couple years ago, I started my own internet marketing/work at home blog. Mostly it's about all the various ways I've found to earn money online, including affiliate programs that really pay. But also real tips for helping an average person market any kind of business at little or no cost, including free promotional ideas and even SEO tips.

Recently, I've noticed that lots of people have internet marketing or work at home blogs. Have you ever started your own work at home blog? What type of things do you talk about on your blog?
 
Shortie861

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I can't say that I have ever created my own blog for this purpose no, it does seem like a great idea though and one that does seem to be proving to be popular with many people who are looking for information on how to make money online.
 
lowrider.STi

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This a really nice initiative, considering the fact that more and more people started working online. And some of them even do this for a living.
 
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isuit21

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I have created a blog, but mainly for providing updates and news for my other websites. I am also not much of a blogger, even though I would be able to write very large articles.
 
Jessi

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Nah, I don't.

I don't think I would be able to fill it with enough content and it seems like there are people who are willing to try every network out there. I don't want to join all of them in order to review them. I'll leave that to the rest of you, hehe.
 
Mokushi

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I don't have nearly the experience necessary to even attempt it.

I feel I could benefit from someone with experience, though. If you don't mind me asking, could you provide a link to yours?
 
BigBigFan

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The niche is heavily saturated and because so many of these sites are trying to promote special offers to make money with Google tends not to trust them. Have you noticed that when you make a reconsideration request Google has a message that if your site is SEO related that they will take extra time to process your request because they don't trust these sites and/or expect an SEO site to know better?

Make money online is lumped into the SEO group of sites on Google.
 
Tara

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No, I don't have an internet marketing or make money online blog. It's enough just to keep up with my other blogs and projects.
 
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afh

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I got a Plug-in-Profits site a while back, but this niche is almost impossible to generate traffic for, so it went nowhere - 300 subscribers to the free newsletter but no income.
I left it up, but stripped it down removed most of the PIP links.
EarnMoneyOnlineWith.me
It's not currently being marketed at all and I doubt I'll bring it back up.

Good keywords in the URL, but this is where I learned the importance of a .com domain. The .me sounded good, but it would have been much easier to market as a .com - anything else just costs you traffic. As a .me the site has no chance of ever featuring on Google's first page for 'earn money online' . It would have worked better as something obscure like EarnMoneyOnline-2012-now.com, but that's how you learn.
 
deansaliba

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Yes I certainly do. I have been running it since November 2007 and I have made over $20,000 from it. I not only show ways to make money without a start-up fee but I also publish posts on how to improve blogs.
 
vida_llevares

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I used to but I'm now concentrating on writing articles for my clients.
 
deansaliba

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Good keywords in the URL, but this is where I learned the importance of a .com domain. The .me sounded good, but it would have been much easier to market as a .com - anything else just costs you traffic. As a .me the site has no chance of ever featuring on Google's first page for 'earn money online' . It would have worked better as something obscure like EarnMoneyOnline-2012-now.com, but that's how you learn.
I think you'd do good to get any DOMAIN on Google's first page for that search term, it is just so competitive.
 
jpvonline

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I started a few work at home blogs, one of which were focused on GPT sites.
I ranked it very well for a few months then traffic went down as I payed attention to other sites.
I plan on opening another blog/site dedicated to reviewing affiliate networks, gpt sites, and more!
 
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A couple of years ago I had a blog about making money online but I haven't been updating it for along time so I have basically abandoned it. Anyway, there wasn't a lot of visitors but it was good for getting referrals to make some extra dollars.
 
Canadian Lover

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I have found my self numerous websites to make money but I have never started my own blog. Usually I find out about new money and having a blog is a good way to get referrals to programs. If you can manage to get referrals you're in good business.
 
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