This article is about how AdSense blogs get revenue. And blogs make money by having content that is relevant to people searching and who are searching usually to buy something. They get to the blog from a search engine and then they click an ad on that site then the blog owner earns some cash.
First you need to analyze your strengths and interests and how they relate to a particular career. Use informational interviews to get a clearer picture on the experience requirements of the career, future prospects and where they are employed.
If possible, try to get some freelance jobs online. Even if they don’t pay much, they will give you practice and experience. If it is okay with your clients that your freelancing for, you might also be able to use some of this work in your portfolio.
You first have to create great content and then get traffic to your RSS. Once you get the visitors you can sell advertising on your blog. People are willing to pay big money to get onto a quality blog in their niche. As you get more traffic, you can charge more money for the advertising space on your blog.
Sell Other People’s Products – Another great reason for you to be an affiliate. That’s it, you don’t need to have any products or services to sell. All you sell is from other people. Since you’re selling other people’s products, there is no headache to handle shipping or any dissatisfaction from customers, your affiliate partners will settle for you. All you need to do is sell the products, when a deal is closed, you will receive your commission. The maximum commission you can receive from an affiliate program is as high as 75%! Plus, some of the products are downloadable like ebook and software, therefore all the transactions are almost instantaneous.
Depending on your goal (if it is to gain website traffic and find customers), you can make your podcast available to the public. There are many directories in which you can submit your podcast. People will seek out podcasts they may be interested in, and could easily find yours, even if they didn’t realize that your website existed.
These were the confusing days of RSS, but finally in 2002, things got together with RSS 2.0, and Dave Winer’s definition of RSS 2.0. He released ownership over RSS, (one of the good guys – kudos Dave), and gave it to the Berkman Center .
Personally I use SEnuke for my social and video submission work and then I use Unique Article Wizard to submit my articles to directories for me. What you choose to use is up to you, if you want to look at more info about what I use, I included links in the resource box below.