Why do you blog? What is your goal you want to be with your blog? What does success mean to you? A multitude of questions arise automatically when creating a blog, but their answers are not always easy to find.
However, there is a particular issue that I would like to discuss with you in this article. How good reputation can help it make money easily?
Your reputation on your blog has a great importance. It is not only at the profitability of your blog, but also as regards the community formed by your readers. In this article I will mostly try to focus on the relationship between reputation and the monetization of your blog.
First, I want to share with you something I discovered during the last days:
No reputation = No money
You ever wondered why new blogs are not a source of income for their owners? Well it’s very simple, it’s just that they are not yet known, and have no real influence on the other bloggers or readers to be able to make money.
Only from the moment you begin to familiarize yourself with your readers, and do you know a bit everywhere on the site that address the same niche as you, you will be able to monetize your blog. It remains to be seen if you use the right strategies. Seriously, the introduction of advertisements on your blog will not be of great interest even if you have thousands of page views.
Your blog is not automatically profitable
Certainly, you will realize that you’ve already heard about what I’ll tell you now, or even that you learned by yourself: monetize your blog is a difficult thing to achieve. I do not know how many of you have managed to do, but do not you agree with me that if you not being a known blogger, the profitability of your blog will undoubtedly fail?
Personally, I find that blogs may well be excellent sources of income. Your blog will itself where you will build your reputation. Sooner or later, your readers will be grateful for the work you provide on your blog. It is the recognition that you need to earn money easily thereafter.
How can you create a positive reputation in your blog:
And that therefore the question arises: how can you create a positive reputation in your blog? It may seem difficult because of the stiff competition that exists is an around the web.
Based on experience I gained, here are three basic steps for creating a good reputation, I’ll share with you today:
Find what you do best:
Take one of your qualities or skills that you excel best, and that you like. Maybe you’re good at writing analysis or criticism, or maybe that you’re a good designer, or a good developer. Try to use this skill to give more to your blog.You have no jurisdiction? Let me tell you it’s just impossible! Maybe you’re a new blogger, and you do not have much to offer your readers, there is nothing wrong with that. But try to be a little beyond, give a particular interest in things you enjoy doing, and try to classify in the category of your skills, even if these things are fairly simple. Just love what you do and try to convey.
Use and reuse your skills in your blog:
Learn how to properly use your skills you build a good reputation through your blog. Try to give example of what you do to your readers. Even if what you are doing is known by everyone, try to emphasize.If what you do best is not the type to be presentable on your blog, try to write e-books downloaded to your blog (free or paid) to explain to others what you do.
Highlight your skills:
Once you have determined your best skills and you have presented in your blog, I think it’s time to show others how good you are on these points. Make every effort to make known what you’re capable of doing almost everywhere, even if they are mastered by others. Depending on the type of skills, there are different groups of people who would be more or less interested. You can submit them on forums or through social media or even other blog dedicated to people who have the same interests as you.Whatever you do, there will always be people interested in your skills or who wish to speak with you. Do you know up around the blogosphere. Tell as many times as you can.
What do you think? Is it not also possible to make money indirectly through your blog? Ultimately, your reputation will go even further with your blog, and even offer paid content, which will provide a stable source of income to supplement your income.