Blogs were originally only meant to be’Web Logs’, or personal journals for members of online communities to stay in touch, sort of like’underground news media’. But, it didn’t take long for net-repreneurs (internet entrepreneurs) to catch on to their popularity and to find ways to use them to make money. The human mind is infinitely creative and nothing really stays the same.

There are tons of strategies to find blogs that will cover you. You’ve probably heard a bajillion people say to check Alexa rankings or use specific blog search engines. These are all great ways, undoubtedly. But, as always, we stone things a little different over here in my joint.

Another advantage is that promo were as easy to use as a word processor application. This made it easy to use for men and women who did not know how to program. As the blog programs advanced, developers started switching. Now there are many ways to accommodate a site and give it a special feel.

Whew. Blogs do get me a bit excited. And these tips are only the tip of the iceberg. I am positive that you can be creative in the marketing use of your Websites as they have enormous potential. Just have a look at the exponential growth of Blogs today and you’ll see what I mean. If you want fresh Blog ideas, all you’ve got to do is cruise through a couple of them. Check out what the pros are doing and, do exactly the same. Remember, imitation is the best form of flattery.

Sites are more expensive to make and maintain than sites. Unless you’re proficient with using HTML code, understand CSS scripts and how to use FTP, you will without doubt have to hire a webmaster to look after these things for you. This of course costs money. Any future changes will also incur additional costs which could make having a website less attractive for many.

On the other hand, I say this with a sheepish smile, because Blogs are free, I put up another blog in Google for my family and friends where I just post pictures of the family members and news about them. This I don’t have any need to be picked up by web search engines, and just pass out the URL to my kids and close friends. That is another way to use online blogs.

Unfortunately, I could never make that plan a reality. If you are able to generate a whole lot of money from a single blog, I applaud you. But for most individuals, it seems to me that is unlikely that they will ever reach their objective. Instead I recommend that you do the reverse.

In summary, if you do nothing else but find a product to market, create a site, attract clients, and then promote the heck out of your merchandise, you will make money online. This is true for all beginners!