The question of which is best, a website or a blog has a different answer today than it might have a few years ago. As the saying goes “the more things change the more they stay the same”. This holds true when discussing the differences between websites and blogs.
The pay for freelance blogging gigs varies, as you might expect. At the top end of the market large companies and blog networks pay $1000 (and more) a week, while at the low end of the market small businesses offer around $50 dollars a week.
Jargons like Unix, CPanel, FTP, SQL databases, etc do nothing but make our heads spin in confusion. What about if you want to have dozens, hundreds or even thousands of Tracking and you want to manage them?
They should be closely related to eachother. There’s a natural tendency to keep adding categories as you write new posts about other topics, but don’t go overboard. It’s sometimes better to start a new blog than keep adding categories.
Generally the product can be yours, or it can be someone else’s product (this is called affiliate marketing). In many cases however, the product is simply a free offer that generally has a slightly higher priced up-sell to a “better offer”. A common product here is one that shows you how to get involved with internet marketing or methods of making money on the internet.
Look at the websites for major magazines that appeal to your target customer. Lots of them have blogs (which should be an obvious target for you) BUT many of these sites also list their favorite blogs. For example: Martha Stewart has a “Blogs I Like” section on her site. Shoot, if it’s good enough for Martha, it’s probably good enough for you.
What I had thought was the worse thing to happen turned out to be the best thing. Had Google not sandboxed me, I probably never would have discovered the awesome marketing power of blogs!