Amusing to to see people assume to make money online you must write a massive amount of content, while some blogs work by pumping out content, like James does on his infopreneur blog, which you can see clicking the image above! 😉
It’s not the main thing that counts of course, there is proof that writing less often can actually get better results… it depends on what and how you write what you do and what keywords they are optimised for.
Lis who writes long yet more fomatted and thought out post, good content and not fluff… for anyone wanting to know or understand “long tail keyword phrases” (which are needed to target correctly) you could do worse than read that post (and it’s a good example of what I mean) … 😉
It’s all important when aiming to make money online whatever you do, you will be targeting a keyword or two, which leads people to the…
Without which you will have a hard to actually making money online, yet, there is no need for people to overcomplicate things as you see in Lis’s post.
Once you know what keywords you target to make money online with, you then and only then start building, I have made the mistake lots of times of chasing the wrong keywords, in fact I hate this keyword researching crap, I almost always get it wrong, not sure why really but will get it right sometime.
The trick is finding the “paying keywords”- that is, those that you absolutely know result in people spending money.
Often all it takes to look around us, what are the current trends where money is being spent?
What about the seasons we are coming up to?
How does that effect how people spend money, and what on?
How might they look for what they want? (Hint at the keywords!)
keywords is one thing I need to do better myself, I have only recently started to consider them properly for this site itself… but Lis shared some good understanding of it all there and it is worth reading.
Keywords are the starting point.
You could save alot of time utilising the tools to help you do it right, time after all is your most prized asset.
What do you think?