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Tom Said,
February 21st, 2008 @1:32 pm  

Great tip.. i waiting for tip №2 🙂

February 26th, 2008 @4:10 pm  

Really useful tip, many bloggers want only make money at any cost and forget about the main king: the content.

March 4th, 2008 @2:55 pm  

Try starting a blog with a specific niche theme, then, monetise the blog with an adsense to content ratio of 2-1. IE great comment, 2 adsense ads 🙂

Great site, here everyday.

Thai Said,
March 13th, 2008 @11:14 am  

Great insights! I think alot of beginning bloggers lose sight of the fact that content is king!

March 15th, 2008 @1:43 pm  

I still worship on old blogging recipe, always treat your visitors well and they will paid you back.. and it still relevant LOL

March 24th, 2008 @4:33 pm  

Great post–it’s easy to fall into the temptation to throw up a website with a few poorly written articles and put some adsense ads up and see what happens. In this scenario, nothing does happen. It’s true: concentrate on the content and the sky is the limit.

Allon Said,
April 20th, 2008 @6:06 pm  

Great advice!

Content is important and you must enjoy your niche in order to produce good content. Those that just use PLR or other sources of content are hurting themselves.

Enjoy what you do and do what you enjoy!

Matt Said,
April 21st, 2008 @12:48 am  

Words of wisdom

April 29th, 2008 @1:28 am  

I think alot of beginning bloggers lose sight of the fact that content is king! In this scenario, nothing does happen. It’s true: concentrate on the content and the sky is the limit.

April 29th, 2008 @1:34 am  

Content is important and you must enjoy your niche in order to produce good content.

paulette Said,
May 2nd, 2008 @11:17 am  

Blogging is like a business you invest at first and enjoy the reaps of your harvest later on.

Carole Said,
May 10th, 2008 @3:53 pm  

It is so true that you need research before you jump in (to anything).

I am a retired (newly) accountant who has always wanted to work online, and I have a lot of interests, so the question is which one? And where to start?

I took some time and researched so that I wouldn’t spend a lot of money here and there for this and that.

I decided ultimately to talk to a coach, Terry Dean (www.mymarketingcoach.com), and this is the best decision I could have made. It has saved me not only money but time, and now I know exactly what direction I’m headed and the fastest way to get there.

I like the blog and hope to be back.

Elsa Said,
August 3rd, 2008 @5:48 am  

Hi, thanks for the advice. It’s true that we should not think about how much money we will make at first. What I know is, most successful people don’t think about the money when they are starting out. They focus on their projects first, and then the money will follow.

BTW, I think using PLR is good, as long as you make some changes to make it more ‘you’, especially if you don’t have the ideas of what to write.

January 26th, 2009 @9:24 am  

Hi,
I have started my new blog before few days back and the content in my blog is too low i.e about five articles and i have applied for ads!
But i got known by you that content creation is more important rather thn anything like ads or something!

Thanks for the great tip!

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