Anyhow, I'm in the process of starting a new blog and something that I'm writing myself instead of just aggregating a load of rubbish from the web and passing it off as my own.
I've in fact been doing very well in the gambling niche, which is a pretty spammy industry, hence why the market fits me well However, I believe I have some good experiences I can share with people, and maybe people will like to read.
I also noticed people like to see posts about how much people earn online (I think it's reassurance people look for when looking at making cash online) - so I've done a few posts of how much I've made a month with some screenshots and what not.
I'm always looking at passive income means, so I've also got some passive income product reviews on there. Also, I hope to add some posts about my real estate business.
I do have some questions though:
- So, my question is - I feel like I'm covering a lot of different 'niches' within making passive income. Is this a good thing or bad thing? should I stick to one thing, for example my real estate business can't be further apart from my online gambling marketing. However, they do all related to passive income.
- I think I actually suck at writing, even though I'm proof reading over and over again - it just doesn't sound as engaging and natural as some other blogs I read. Is this okay, as long as my content is useful?
- Should I be looking to promote products on each posts? or is it ok to just post something useful without me making any financial gain from it. My thought is, it maybe a good article, Google may pick it up, and even though nothing is gained from that post, they may go on to read something else on my blog?
- I spent a lot of time making my blog fast on the Google score, I think it's 95 at the moment - should I try and get it to 100? will it make a difference?
Sorry, lots of questions - looking forward to any responses. If anyone wants to take a look at the blog for reference, the link is in my signature.