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Guess What Nationality Contest! (Look at the picture!)

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Can you guess what nationality?

(You can find your answer later)

If you’re trying to get more eyeballs on your blog and more cash in your pocket, then there’s one thing that fuels traffic and income…good content!

I’m going to cover the pillars to creating good quality, magnetic blog content that will bring in traffic, fans and fortunes if you stick with it for a few weeks.

1. Killer titles

If your goal is to get ranked in the search engines, you need to obviously focus on getting your keywords in your title. However, you also need to balance this with actually creating titles that people want to click on and read. Use controversy, mystery, benefits and breaking news as the triggers for all of your titles. If you can ask a question within your title, even better.

2. Make it “scan-able”

Nobody reads full articles in these hectic times, not generally speaking anyway. Even your biggest blog fan will have times when they need the meat from your content without being told about how poorly your cat is. So use bullet points, sub headlines, accents etc. Make sure you break up large paragraphs so it appears less daunting to read in one sitting.

3. Controversy

Nothing gets more attention (and raving loyal fans) than a person who speaks their mind and kicks up a little dust every now and then. Speak to your audience, don’t just be another “me too blogger”. Just make sure you don’t say anything derogatory which could lead to legal troubles.

4. Use pictures

Oh, by the way, did that picture caught your attention just now?

You only have to look at all the news papers every day and it’s clear to see how important images are. They have the ability to sum up an entire article and can also stimulate emotion or provoke a response. Also, it’s a proven fact that people are drawn to images first, and then their eyes will gravitate to the caption underneath the image. Guess what that caption could be? Yep, an affiliate link or advert perhaps?

5. Use lists

Also referred to in the blogosphere as utility posts. The types of posts that are often a “Top 10 Ways To…” or “The 7 Things You Need To…” and so on. These are great because they are not only easy to read, but also useful for the reader too.

There you have it – a simple 5 step plan to creating content that is not only worth reading, but can result in increased revenue and more visitors to your site in general. But there’s a lot more to wealthy blogging that just great content, which is impossible to cover in the article alone.

If you’d like to know how to step up your blogging to the point of getting thousands of hits per month and seriously boosting your income as a result, check out Blogging To The Bank 3 as soon as possible.

So have you guess what nationality?

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What were you thinking? eh?

Controversy? Pictures? “Killer Content”?

You got to check out Blogging To The Bank 3

All About Blogging

Posted by admin On March - 21 - 2009ADD COMMENTS

What is the common source of income for these people mentioned here? (not in any particular order)

  • Yaro Starak,
  • Gobala Krishnan,
  • Alvin Phang,
  • Shaun Taylor,
  • Eric Holmlund,
  • Alborz Fallah,
  • John Chow,
  • Joel Comm,
  • young internet entrepreneur like Carlo Ocab,
  • Darren Rowse,
  • Andy Wibbels
  • and a whole list of others

Blogging

Hey, you are right absolutely.  They all have one common source of income, i.e.  from BLOGGING! Not that they do not have other sources of income, that is beside the point.

If you will google for the phrases “making money online by blogging”, “blogging for money”, “Blogging income” or such similar phrase, you will have tonnes of materials that will probably take you months to read. For newbies that will be the end of all enthusiasm. Even for seasoned bloggers these will probably cause some headache.

Our March 09 Monthly Recommendation is only reserved for SERIOUS BLOGGERS who wish to earn SERIOUS money from blogging activities.  If you blogging for leisure, we suggest you check out our free eBooks section, where our infamous boy who stuck out his middle finger may cause a chuckle in you.

Oh, you are still here, good.  Here are some serious recommendations from our Mar 09 Monthly Recommendation:

1.  Blogging In Action by Shaun Taylor

This whopping 258-pages eBook is a rare gem in eBook publishing, where most authors prefer to wrap up their contents in less than 50 pages.  In this case, Shaun has done a great job in structuring the information that makes reading a breeze.  He has cleverly organised the vast knowledge of blogging from A to Z.  His experience in blogging clearly shows up in distilling of concepts and turning them into action steps, both for newbies or seasoned bloggers alike.

Check out this eBook from our Mar 09 Monthly Recommendation

2.  Atomic Blogging by Alvin Phang

Atomic Blogging was written with newbies in mind, so that there are plenty of materials which has helped Alvin made more than 50,000.  He also covered tips and tricks which veterans bloggers might not have seen elsewhere.  This is a must-have collection for all bloggers.

Check out this eBook from our Mar 09 Monthly Recommendation

3.  Blog Paycheck

We are not going to say that this eBook is highly recommendable.  Generally this eBook is a must-have if you are a total beginner in blogging because it has some detail information of what blogging is, the A-Z detail of how to set up a blog and some money earning tips such as pay-per-post and other paid hosting options.

If your niche in making money by blogging is paid reviews of other people’s product, this eBook is definitely a must-have for you.

Check out this eBook from our Mar 09 Monthly Recommendation