Thinking About Blog’s Quality

A lot of you, Bloggers, keep hammering away about the quality of your blogs. What you Guys might not realize is that blog quality has nothing to do with making money. Bloggernoob dot com is a site that continues to make money online. Most of the “make money online” blogs don’t know exactly how to […]

A lot of you, Bloggers, keep hammering away about the quality of your blogs. What you Guys might not realize is that blog quality has nothing to do with making money. Bloggernoob dot com is a site that continues to make money online. Most of the “make money online” blogs don’t know exactly how to make money online. They just repeat the same things that other people have said.

If you don’t believe that blog quality doesn’t matter, do some random searches online. If you visit sites that rank well in google and have tonns of traffic, you will notice that those sites bad. They haven’t got a good content. The site is just laced with affiliate ads. You see a lot of these types of sites for keywords such as “affiliate marketing” and ”making money online”.

There are a few MMO bloggers who talk about this. These bloggers are the ones that actually know how to make money online. When you surf the web for info, try to filter out the shitty blogs. Find blogs that cut through the bull crap and tell you how to make money online. Making money online isn’t about RSS feed subscribers or blog popularity. It doesn’t have anything to do with high quality blog posts either. It’s all about links. Gets logs of them with you desired keywords, and you will make money. It’s as simple as that. If you get search engine traffic, you can easily make Google’s AdSense or Affiliate’s Dollars. If you have high Google PR, you can easily sell links.

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