Five Different Types of Blogs That Can Make Money Online

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There are a number of ways to earn money online and blogging is one of the most popular methods. There are a number of different types of blogs that you can have and each one of them can earn you an income online. Let's take a look at some of the different blog type setups that you can create to make money.

1. Personal Blogs

Personal blogs are very easy to create and maintain and in fact there are thousands of people worldwide that have personal blogs but they have no idea that they could be making money with them. You can use a personal blog to record your daily thoughts and experiences, you can blog about your children or you can blog about your pets. You can really blog about absolutely anything with a personal blog and all you need to do is add some monetization and you can earn some money with your personal blog.

2. Business Blogs

You can create a blog for your business and use it to promote your online or offline business. With your business blog you will want your content to relate to your business so the visitors you receive to your blog will be visitors that are interested in the product or service that you are offering. Every business should have a blog to help promote their business and it is a great way to build a good relationship with your customers.

3. Adsense Blogs

With an Adsense blog you would create a blog and monetize it with Google Adsense ads. These blogs can be on any topic and can be either based around something you are passionate about or based around a researched niche. When creating an Adsense blog it is best to do some research first to find some good keywords to build your blog around.

4. Physical Product Review Blogs

You can set up a blog to review physical products, either a number of different products on one blog or a blog specifically to review one type of product. For example, you could set up a blog about coffee machines and have reviews on the different brands and models of coffee machines. You would include links so your visitors could buy the coffee machines from Amazon through your affiliate link and you will earn a commission.

5. Digital Delivery Product Review Blogs

Similar to a physical product review blog, with a digital delivery product review blog you set up a blog based around a digital delivery product or service. Once again you can have either a blog reviewing a number of different products or a blog based around a single product. Digital delivery products and services can earn quite good commissions so this type of blog can be very profitable.


Blogging is certainly a great way to earn an income online and there are quite a few different options for you to try. You can try one or try them all and have a number of different blogs all bringing in an income.

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