Do you think that it's a good plan ?

by fraxool 11 replies
Hi Warriors,

I am planning to build a blog in the "How to Make Money From Home" niche... However, since I am not a native english man, I will outsource the articles from Fiverr or another place. I think about posting at least two articles per day on this blog where I will integrate my Aweber Form to get leads.

For the moment, I am a freelance web developer / web designer and I also work on Fiverr with this activity : So I will invest a part of this money in the blog content.

To get some traffic, I think about "guest posting" on other blogs related to my niche (again, I will maybe outsource for this part of the work) and to work hard on the SEO part of my blog and articles.

Do you think that it's something which can work well ? If I do that, I am aware that it's a long term plan but I am ready to invest in [at least] two articles a day during a long time until I get a decent traffic.

Thanks for your answers!
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  • Profile picture of the author Matt59000
    To get more traffic you can try youtube videos, but the most important thing for get traffic is SEO
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  • Profile picture of the author Chriswrighto
    Hi Fraxool,

    I agree with outsourcing the content creation. You need every piece of text to make sense and flow well. Content is great for help with SEO, providing it is of top quality and has keywords/phrases sprinkled throughout.

    Hope this helps.

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  • Profile picture of the author dewayneboyd
    I don't recommend this. You want a niche with the potential of tens of thousands of topics. It's not easy to find enough topics in Internet marketing and home-based businesses. How many fresh articles on SEO or list building or MLM can you really write? Not many before you are just rehashing the same information. The topics you can find are usually highly competitive, anyway. As far as blogging, I do not recommend the "make money" niche.
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  • Profile picture of the author cuie
    Work From Home / Make Money Online + SEO = (almost) impossible.

    Your cards are stacked against you. I'd recommend highly looking other traffic sources. The competition is so fierce, your content would have to be extremely good. And if you outsource it to Fiverr, I reckon this is not the case
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  • Profile picture of the author TheMarketingLord
    What Cuie said above.

    If you really want to create a website in the Work from Home niche, forget about advertising it with SEO. Seriously, every single long term keyword has been found and is filled with old and powerful (SEO-wise) websites.

    You can try your luck with paid advertising on FB or media buys.

    Jan
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    Good luck for you!
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  • Just a question: Are "you" making money from home?
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    Ok then... I think that it's not a good plan. That's why I asked your suggestions here. So I will think about something else.

    @stoltingmediagroup : Yes, I make money from home and the major part from Fiverr. I sell some services, so I don't ask for only $5 for what I provide (I make $90 to $200 a day, that's why I search to invest a part of my income in a "product" that I could launch. But I am still on my way to learn a lot of things about IM).
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    • Originally Posted by fraxool View Post

      @stoltingmediagroup : Yes, I make money from home and the major part from Fiverr. I sell some services, so I don't ask for only $5 for what I provide (I make $90 to $200 a day, that's why I search to invest a part of my income in a "product" that I could launch. But I am still on my way to learn a lot of things about IM).
      In that case, instead of having someone else research and write articles, which in some cases can be utter crap, and would not be coming from your ideas, thoughts, and experience anyways...

      why not write from "your" knowledge and experience in your own native language first, (write articles etc) and then have someone simply translate "your" words. (Fiverr, etc).

      At least that's what I would do if I had experience in making money from home.
      This way you can build an even closer connection to your audience as well.
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      • Profile picture of the author fraxool
        Originally Posted by stoltingmediagroup View Post

        why not write from "your" knowledge and experience in your own native language first, (write articles etc) and then have someone simply translate "your" words. (Fiverr, etc).

        At least that's what I would do if I had experience in making money from home.
        This way you can build an even closer connection to your audience as well.
        That's a really good idea and I don't know why I never thought about it! I had the idea to write the content but directly in english... But I gave up when I saw that it took me really too much time to find the good vocabulary to use in my articles.

        Thanks for the idea!
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  • Profile picture of the author Max Anderson
    Why donĀ“t you just buy traffic to a squeeze page?

    Blogging takes forever until you start seeing results...
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