Having a successful blog is all in a matter of perception. Whether you’re trying to make money or just want to connect with readers,
With the new year upon us, it’s time to re-evaluate and establish new blogging goals. The trick, though, is to make them realistic. Saying we want 10,000 visits within 24 hours isn’t all that obtainable if we only see 20 on a good day.
I was asked recently from my client why I spend more time writing my blog instead of writing for sites like Textbroker. After all, I would make far more money every day. In reality, it’s because I want to make something more than just a paycheck.
How much money can you make with a single blog post? That really depends on a variety of factors. No one can guarantee that’ll you’ll make a specific amount of money on your website. However, there is some form of value behind your content. So, what is a blog post worth?
Does your writing style closely resemble another? Since the birth of the Internet, plagiarism has been a growing problem. And I’m not just talking text as even some videos are starting to feel the sting. But what can you do if it was an accident to copy the works of others?