It seems a bit of a glib answer but, when asked how I managed to get quite high traffic on some of my blogs, I answered that it was because I tried to give people what they wanted. If readers want, say, Katy Perry it’s no use giving them the Rolling Stones, if they want Internet Riches it’s no good telling them about The History of Money. This means that you have to try and tailor your blog to your readers requirements. There are two basic ways to do this. The easy way is to get it right from the beginning. In other words you define your exact niche before you set up the blog. Doing this should attract the right readers – they will find you. Providing, of course, that your niche is in demand and not some flight of fancy. It means a little groundwork, prior to setting up the blog, to make sure there is a decent possible readership, for whatever it is you wish to impart on the world. The second way is to follow trends . Pick ones on the way up, new things, before the mass of bloggers cotton on. It’s better to write about a celebrity, for example, who is just getting known than to hone in on the likes of Paris Hilton or Angelina and Brad where there will be hundreds and thousands of other posts – most churning out the same stuff. Blogging to make money is simple, at least in theory. Give people what they want and tie this in with compatible products and affiliate programs. QED. Good luck, Mike. YouGov . Make extra money by completing surveys and polls for payment – genuine company.
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Make Money By Giving People What They Want