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    Quote Originally Posted by bogart View Post
    It seems that most of the work is on the freelance sites and forums.
    Yeah. As content is the king and it is needed always until the websites are alive in the Internet, i feel like it would workout if i get it ranked well in the Google. What do you say? Is there nobody who order article writing service from the good sites?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arunkumar View Post
    Yeah. As content is the king and it is needed always until the websites are alive in the Internet, i feel like it would workout if i get it ranked well in the Google. What do you say? Is there nobody who order article writing service from the good sites?
    First you need to learn how to write the articles before you start a website.

    Second, you are right content is king. However, more money can be made using the articles for your own sites rather than selling the content to other webmasters.

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    Easiest way?
    Just start writing articles!
    Post them on your site and ask for feedback.

    Or sell them for cheap to drum up business.

    For sure, if you don't start, you never will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iowadawg View Post
    Easiest way?
    Just start writing articles!
    Post them on your site and ask for feedback.

    Or sell them for cheap to drum up business.

    For sure, if you don't start, you never will.
    This is the best way. Practice makes perfect. Selling them is cheap is a good way to learn the ropes and find clients.

    Putting up a website isn't a bad idea. But you can do that later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bogart View Post
    However, more money can be made using the articles for your own sites rather than selling the content to other webmasters.
    This makes a lot of sense to me. Also i feel like i should keep an eye on this too. What do you suggest in this way? Affiliate marketing? or earning through ads by publishing the articles in my site? I don't have hope on Adsense as i have failed three to four times to get it approved. What niche would you suggest me if you tell to go for Affiliate marketing? How many sites do you suggest me to launch at first? How many articles per site? How long it takes to start earning? What do i need to do? How much investment does it require?

    I need to do something to start earning money. I am ready to do anything but with a right plan.

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    I suggest that you get your feet wet and create a few article packs to see how it goes. How about writing about Hurricanes i.e. "how to prepare your home for a hurricane","what documents you will need to file an insurance claim after a hurricane","does my home owners insurance cover hurricanes","home flooding and hurricanes"


    Once you perfect your article writing skills is the time to build your own websites. A website about plumbing could be just as good as a website about auto repair. From there it's just a matter of SEO and how to monetize.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bogart View Post
    I suggest that you get your feet wet and create a few article packs to see how it goes. How about writing about Hurricanes i.e. "how to prepare your home for a hurricane","what documents you will need to file an insurance claim after a hurricane","does my home owners insurance cover hurricanes","home flooding and hurricanes"


    Once you perfect your article writing skills is the time to build your own websites. A website about plumbing could be just as good as a website about auto repair. From there it's just a matter of SEO and how to monetize.
    So do you suggest Affiliate marketing finally? and the niche you suggest is like plumbing and auto repair?

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    If you are a non English native speaker/writer (like myself) you have to spend a lot of time reading books/articles and posts by native speakers to learn and understand the usage of their language. Just writing by itself will not help unless you receive proper feedback. Also decide for yourself which English writing style and dialect you'd like to use and stick with it; dont mix American or British English for example. Frankly, I think there are only very few people that will ever reach the same level as a native speaker. In any case it may take you years or even decades to reach that goal, some people will never reach this kind of level (i know, i am very far from that myself).

    On the other hand, i think your writing skills are not bad at all. There's a bunch of cr*p at ezinearticles written by non natives under American sounding names, your posts indicate you can do much better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arunkumar View Post
    So do you suggest Affiliate marketing finally? and the niche you suggest is like plumbing and auto repair?
    You will need to experiment with different ways to monetize to find what works the best for you.

    The most important is to first do your keyword research and if possible find a good EMD. Plumbing-Repairs.org is a hyphenated domain that is unregistered at the time of this post. Not as good as the EMD. But you won't need to pay a premium for it. Pumblingtools.co is also available. I believe a .co tld is a little weaker than a .info and more expensive.

    Play around with the adwords tool and free wordtracker to see if you can come up with something.


    Then you will need quality content and traffic.

    Possible ways to make money from the site include:
    infolinks
    amazon
    sell ads
    post articles you can't sell
    flip the site

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    Some people make money by registering names like [cityname]plumber.com and rank their site to the first page of google. Then, there's a phone number or a contact form that users can fill out. The leads are collected and forwarded to a local plumber the webmaster is doing business with in exchange for a commision.

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