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Cman's Top 5 Tips for Building a Profitable Blog

1. CONTENT is king. Regularly update the site with posts, links to relevant content, and rss feeds relating to the niche. This will give people a reason to return and help create a sustainable traffic level.

2. Visit other blogs related to yours and post comments with links back to your site. Contact the author and let them know you are linking to their site and ask for them to return the favor. Do this early and often as this will help drive traffic to your site and up your standing in the search engines. Post meaningful comments don't SPAM.

3. After a while static advertisements become "invisible" to regular readers so diversify not only your sites but your advertising. Obviously use adsense but also try BidVertiser. and ElementAds they are really good programs with lower minimum payouts(10$) and they both use paypal. Another one to try would be AdBrite. I also recommend - The Democratic Ads System. With you will need to register with E-Gold as that is the prefered payment system. E-Gold is a great system and i have been using it for years. Another great site is AuctionAds. They have great ads based on ebay auctions and the commission is very high.

4. Visit forums related to adsense type programs, blogging, making money, entrepreneurship, small business, etc., and any related to the topic of your niche and post to them. Don't just post crap as this will work against you. Post honest thoughtful comments and information. Register for these forums and put links to your sites in your signature and when appropriate and, if allowed, your posts. Don't SPAM

5. Remain dedicated. It will take a lot of work in the beginning and throughout. Building a high traffic blog is a long term endeavor. Set aside a set amount of time each day to devote to your effort.

later all and have a profitable and productive blogging day


Cman, your blog has a nice clear layout and is a pleasure to read. I added your site as one of my links. You are right, being dedicated and committed is key to building a loyal audience, not to mention having a great line, "later all and have a profitable and productive day". I love it.

Proletariatof1 said…
thanks for the comment. I also added your site as one of my links.

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