I’ve been doing a Blog for a while in the past and I’d like to have could have known what I know now. The challenge of creating the process of starting a Blog and figuring out the best way to go about it is that there’s no a step by step source in plain direct simple English so I’ve put together this page for you. This isn’t perfect but it’s an amalgamation of what I’ve learned about blogging and making blogging money over the past few months . I’m sure there’s plenty to improve in this, so you should use it as an approximate guide.
A foundation of information is better than none in any way and you’ll need to begin with your feet planted on the ground. The following guide is a good starting point for those who just want to start a blog but aren’t interested in making money or if you want to blog and earn a little money without having to do any additional work. Sounds like a good deal, OK! The first section of this tutorial begins with finding a domain name. If you’re already familiar with it, you can skip over and move on to Section 2. Note that a complete updated version of this guide including more hyperlinks is available on the Blog found in the Resources Section.
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(Optional) Section 1. Registering a Domain For Your Blog
The first thing you have to do is to register a Domain Name for Your Blog. I would recommend that you utilize a COM domain. Also, attempt to find the simplest, shortest name you can think of without numbers or dashes. It is likely that the names of single domains have all been taken, so try to think of a short phrase or something memorable and you’ll be able to discover something that is available within some time. I don’t recommend using the terms net, org etc., no matter what the name because people tend to forget anything but com, and if you go with net, it is likely that people will use the word COM instead, and you will be giving another site free traffic , losing your own. When you have found a Com that you can use for your blog, I’d suggest going ahead and register it on Godaddy, which is incredibly cheap. If you don’t want anyone else to know you are the owner of the domain. This would include unlisting your name,number,address and email address, it’ll cost you another $10 per year or so for Private Registration, I would suggest doing this to protect your privacy. In essence, the contact information you provide them must match your credit card and financial details. After you have registered, make sure to keep a record from your Godaddy Password numbers in a secure and secure location. It is likely that you will need hosting space for your blog site and blogging software. These will be revealed in the following chapters. Don’t sign up with Godaddy Hosting if you want to go with the company I would recommend for anything, including hosting.
Section 2. AdSense
Google AdSense is the easiest earned money you’ll ever make in your life and there’s no cost to you, should you choose to use AdSense. If you’re not interested in making side money from AdSense do not place it on your website it’s up to you. The little Google ads and occasional larger image ads appearing on web pages are AdSense. The way AdSense works is you join for free the program. You can opt out of it anytime you wish and then Google put these ads up on your site or blog. All anyone needs to do is click an ad on your blog and you’ll get paid anywhere from 1 cent to possibly even $10 per click. The average is 20 cents. That’s a lot the amount if I receive 40 clicks a day or more. How much you get paid is contingent on a range of things , and you must study AdSense rules and policies. AdSense will pay you when you’ve reached the $100 mark and then you start again. I’ve earned hundreds of dollars in a few months which is pretty impressive for a job that isn’t even hard! Simply put, the more traffic your blog draws and the more clicks you have and the more money you make. Google is quite strict about clicking on legitimate websites and if they find that you in violation of their rules and they decide to remove you from their site permanently, without a chance to reinstate you in the long run! It is essential to go through their policies and rules a few times for AdSense. The key thing to remember is not click on your own advertisements and don’t let your friends or relatives do the same. Also, do not solicit people to click the ads on your blog or you’ll get banned from AdSense. The best way to avoid this is to simply place ads on your site and not say anything. Also, make sure to read their guidelines on what they will allow AdSense on. The Blog software I was using already had AdSense in the program. My blog is linked to the Resources Section.
I’ll be talking about and giving you a contact address in Section 4. In most other blogs as from my knowledge need to manually insert the AdSense Codes on the pages. The WordPress Blog software I use does not require it.
Section 3. E-Commerce via Your Blog
I use a program that’s called The Easy Store that’s a part of my Blog or the reverse Versa. The Easy Store basically lets you set up a niche store with any or all Amazon’s products . For all products purchased , you receive a commission of 46% as a general rule that is paid directly to Amazon. The Easy Store isn’t free but it is likely to cost you if you have them do an image for you at $200. Without a logo probably around $120. The software isn’t difficult and the Software including the Blog software is installed for free through Zeus Design who will go over everything with you , and be available for technical help. My Gifts Shop in Resources is an easy-to-use store.
Section 4. Getting the Blog (WordPress) Software and AdSense, E-Commerce , and Hosting If You Would Like
As I mentioned before I have used Zeus Design to do everything for me. I am delighted with everything they’ve done for me. This isn’t intended to be an infomercial as its my personal, un-compensated endorsement of a company I’m extremely satisfied with, who do outstanding, quick, reliable, high-quality work and is very extremely pleasant to work with. If you’d like to deal with any other company, I can only tell you what I have worked with and your welcome to deal with them. If you are interested in an identical WordPress Blog as mine, with AdSense installed, and an Easy Store as part of the Blog and Hosting, I recommend you contact Zeus Design.
The cost in my view is reasonable and reasonable. And, as I’ve said I encourage you to look through different companies.