I started building niche sites 4 years ago after I realized that it was too difficult to make living online with my authority site at TechWalls. Unfortunately, I kept losing money with the first 3 niche sites as my experiment with auto-generated content failed seriously. Then, I abandoned those sites, created a new niche site and hired a writer. Yet, I found little success with the site and finally sold it for just $800.Continue reading How I Built and Sold a Niche Site for $29,900 on Flippa
Back in July, Google Adsense published a blog post announcing its new user consent policy. Google had to comply with requests from European Union data protection authorities, so they asked us to make some changes on our websites. Continue reading Adsense Bans US Publishers for not Complying with EU Cookie Law?
Don’t get me wrong. I was a WPEngine customer and I really love quality of the service. However, I soon realized that this hosting is not suitable for all bloggers. Here are the reasons why you shouldn’t spend your hard-earned money for the service. Continue reading 5 Reasons You Should Not Buy WPEngine Hosting
Amazon Associates has just announced some changes in their service. I received the email requesting me to replace some older product links, banners, and widgets or I will not receive commission from those links after August 1st, 2015. Continue reading Amazon Associates Disables Old Product Ad Units, Replace Them Now
As you probably know, my Paypal was permanently limited and I almost couldn’t do anything with it. I couldn’t send, receive money or send refunds. Here are details of permissions with the limited account: Continue reading Can You Receive Refund After Paypal Account is Permanently Limited?
If you are working to make blogging a full-time job for you, one worry that you may have is keeping your content and your brain fresh if you are clicking away at the keys everyday. Even if you are in the planning phase of your articles, being in from of the bright screen can really make your brain feel fried and your content may even feel repetitive without a refresh. This, in the end, will cause your audience to drop. Today, we will take a look at five ways you can ensure that your content stays fresh as a full-time writer, while also ensuring your brain stays awake and fresh as well. Continue reading How to Keep your Blog Content Fresh
When you are starting or growing your own website, there are a lot of moving parts that go into a successful product. Not only is the content prime, you must ensure that the face of website is one that is in touch with current design trends. Continue reading 5 Freelance Websites to Get a Designer
The main goal of writers online is to ensure that quality content is shared with a growing audience in a timely manner. This is made possible through the use of an editorial calendar which allows you to plan ahead of time to ensure that the content that your audience wants to see (and what you think they would like to see) is given to them on time. Continue reading Creating the Ultimate Editorial Calendar