What should I blog about is a really common question when people first start blogging or when writers block sets in. And to be honest there is no single answer here as every blog is different.

Become an affiliate. Companies are always seeking individuals to sell their product or service online. As an affiliate you can market these products and services on your see me or website. You will place a banner or link which is provided by the company on your blog or website. Every sale that is generated from your website will earn you a commission (usually 5-20%). You would be surprised by the number of companies that offer an affiliate program. Many fortune 100 and 500 companies have affiliate programs that pay extremely well.

But don’t just limit yourself to Google! Search anywhere people can talk about you– online blogs, news sources, forums, social media sites, etc. Making a plan to ensure you control page one of Google’s results and other sites was the most important part of taking control of our online presence and turning our reputation around. If this seems too daunting or you find you don’t have the time manage Google’s first page of results, you may want to hire a reputation manager to help you get this fine tuned like we did.

Next, find some place to publish your blog. There are a number of sites – both paying and free – that give bloggers a chance to publish their material. You may also want to simply set up your blog on your web site, especially if you already have an active web site.

These questions will help you define your writing style; they will provide the fundamentals you need. Remember, your goal is to reflect your personal philosophy, ideas and creativity through your articles.

Blogging is not rewriting people’s ideas. Blogging is to write your own personal ideas. Whether you did any research or things just comes to you naturally. Like prior before, throw in a piece of your mind. Personal blogs and self-help blogs are best to giving your own ideas, but blogs on how to make money, marketing techniques, and business opportunities are usually more complicated to do because they require more analytical research. Treat your blog like your opened journal and not one of another.

Remember what we’ve learned in this 7 part mini-series: Be careful, don’t was your money! Content is king! Loyalty builds trust! And the possibilities are limitless when you combine “Money to Be Made Online” with all the opportunities out there!