With all the monthly memberships, $97 eBooks, $5000 seminars on how to make it big on the Internet, one would get the fast impression that you have to spend a LOT of money to learn how to make money online.
Pictures and images give more life to your blog posts, are more professional, and draw more attention from readers and browsers. But have you ever been frustrated, wanting to use more images to illustrate your posts, but not wanting to spend the money on buying stock photos?
Have you ever wondered what to do when people use your RSS feed to scrape (automatically copy) your blog content directly onto their site? How do you ensure that they don’t rank higher in the search engines for that article than you do?
Chitika is a great way to add monetization to an existing blog, even if it is already monetized with another program. You can add Chitika ads to your site without worrying crowding too many adds around your content (keep reading to see why I say this).
It doesn’t hurt to get credit where credit is due. You could be losing some valid backlinks, if you use a service such as Feedburner to manage your RSS feeds. But that’s easy to fix.
You might not be fully and 100% aware of everyone you are linking to. You could even be linking to a bad-neighborhood site without realizing it. There are a few ways this can happen.
Have you ever logged onto your email to find 20 WordPress comment moderation emails with comments that say exactly the same thing across all of your blogs? A common denominator of these comments is that they are generic and could be left on any post, regardless of the content of the post. These comments are […]
I came across two excellent posts recently which I think can be very helpful for anyone who owns a blog. Some aspects of these posts apply particularly to WordPress blogs, but many points are far more universal.