How to Earn a Lot of Money OnlineEarning a lot of money online
Every week I listen to people who want to know exactly how I made money with my Simple Dollar blogs or how they can make money with a similar thing, whether it's to start a blogs or posts YouTube video or write e-books. The article was initially published by The Simple Dollar.
First, the only way to earn money online consequently is to generate a lot of contents on a very consistant base. Certainly, someone could post a videotape on Youtube just to see how it gets viral and how it gets handed around mad, but this kind of phenomena is often totally unanticipated and strongly reliant on happiness.
When you can't do that, all you do online is as effective as gambling the raffle. What can I do to make a successful blog and get more folks to like it? Secondly, if you are worried about making money in the first year of your consequent efforts, you are better off to spend your free hours doing something like Mechanical Turk.
The Mechanical Turk can earn you a few dollars an honest dollar an honest man from the beginning, so if you only want to earn a few dollars an honest man while you click around, that's probably a better way for you. So why don't you want to make the same amount of money? It is because there are a few regulations that regulate how individuals earn money online.
Those regulations seem to apply to everything that makes money online. First, almost all the money earned online by online Content Creators comes either from advertising or from the sale of the text itself (e.g. as a Kindle Book). Simple dollars are rewarded by advertising that appears on every page, in e-mails and so on.
The Youtube website is selling advertisements on the movies that appear there and sharing the money between itself and the makers of the movie. Generally, advertisements are payed for "per view", which means that every time you see an ad, the individual who runs the site, or the individual who created the videotape, or the individual who created the story, only earns a little money (we'll come back to it in a minute).
If a new story about The Simple Dollar comes out, normal reader usually reread it within the next few business days or so. Those who find your things and like them will probably come back for more, but if there's nothing new for them to see, they probably won't come back.
You' re gonna need new things to get folks to come back. Also, you need to make sure other folks see your things. That'?s how you get new readership for your first push. And the second resource - and often the largest - is what I call "the long tail". "Your item or videotape will be on Google and if they enter the right keywords, they will find your item or videotape.
After all, the "long tail" becomes your most important money maker, no matter how much you like it. This is an approach to what you can look for in most advertising network that new videographers and authors could join.
When you have 100 readers reading every paper you type, you get a first boost of $0.20 per paper. But let us say that every old essay you wrote gets 5 opinions every single of them. That' enough to make a dime. Thus you are writing an item, it gets $0. 20 first, and then you earn $0. 01 per tag for a long period of subsequent years.
Add another item, you get this $0. 20 first, and then it makes $0. 01 per tag for a long period of after that. You' re making $0.20 from this first story. Tag two: You earn $0. 20 from today's item and $0. 01 from yesterday's "long tail" item, a total of $0.21.
They earn $0. 20 from today's item and $0. 02 from the "long tail" of the preceding item, a total of $0.22. They earn $0. 20 from today's item and $0. 29 from the "long tail" of prior items, a total of $0.49. There are so many folks just walking to your site - and some will just sit and click around.
That means that all your old items will just get a little more focus...and then a little more...and then a little more...and then a little more...and then a little more. Every item won't always amount to a whole lot on its own, but if you have a thousand items up there and every single one makes $0.05 in advertising income a day, look at $50 a day. Every single item is worth $50 a year.
If you get more and more contents, you will slowly be attracting more and more and those who do will begin to visit you on a frequent basis. Of course there is always a blanket, because some folks will also stop to visit. So if you have three years of writing and a thousand stories, you may have 10,000 frequent reader reading your latest one.
In addition, each item collects 25 opinions per tag on the longtail. You' re writing #1.001, which makes $20 from the original burn, and the last 1,000 items each have 25 viewers, making a total of 25,000 viewers, making $50 from the long tail, a total of $70. You' re writing #1.002, which makes $20 from the first burn, and the last 1,001 items each have 25 viewers, which makes 25,025 views--50$.
Five from the long tail, $70.05 total. You' re writing #1.030, which makes $20 from the original burn, and the last 1.029 have 25 visits each, making a total of 25,725 view, making $51.45 from the long tail, a total of $71.45. But regardless of this, the same basic rule applies: you have to consequently manufacture sound material over a long timeframe in order to earn money.
Only when you have manufactured a lot of it does it begin to earn money for itself in a dependable way. If I suggest to my folks that they should make Youtube video or launch a website to make money online, I suggest a very long-term side deal that requires very little money initially, but a lot of work.
It' s also a side affair that will initially generate small profits and never go beyond them without much fuss, but as soon as the golf balls get going, it relies very much on itself thanks to the "long tail". "I think this almost perfect story is about my experiences with the Simple Dollar.
I' ve always printed out more than one item per tag and early on started producing several shorter items per tag. Still, I didn't earn much in the first year of The Simple Dollar. And it took until the second year that the simple dollar became enough for me from an earners to concentrate on it full time--even at that point it was due to the fact that I had more than a thousand items in the store, accepted a significant decline in revenue, and believed it would keep growing for a while.
And if that doesn't seem like a good way for you, then online authoring is probably not the way for you. Making money online by posting and making video is quite possible, but it takes a lot of initial work for relatively little yield. Contacting us at our office at DOT com, please make a site request for DOT com, please make a site request for DOT com, please.