10 Types of Blogs That Make Money

Blog Types

So, to summarize, you have now made the decision to blog and know exactly why you want to do it. You also understand what niche you want to occupy. Now it’s time to think about what type of blog will suit you

Expert Blogs

Expert blogs are set up to make money. The main goal of a niche blogger is to create content, which will be valuable for a certain set of people and are frequently used as a passive income stream. They are usually highly targeted and they have strong on-page Search Engine Optimization (SEO) which helps to bring in visitors quickly from Google. Profits and commissions can then be made from the purchases and clicks of the visitors as well as advertising fees from advertisers.

Business Blogs

A business blog is meant to have high-quality content on different areas of interest for customers to read. Business blogs can be about almost any topic, but they are always related to the core of the business that is being marketed. As such, they usually provide high-quality information in areas that they actually care about. This, in effect, draws even more visitors to their business’ website, making it more of a marketing mechanism.

10 types of blogs that make money 10 Types of Blogs That Make MoneyProfessional Blogs

Professional blogs are hybrids of business blogs and niche expert blogs. Usually, the creators write about topics that they love and are knowledgeable in, with the blog itself also an essential aspect of their business. Professional bloggers make money by many different means. There are usually not many advertisements or affiliate links on their sites – instead, professional bloggers use their sites to promote their own eBooks, courses, subscriptions, consulting services, and other digital products. These businesses usually do not have an offline presence, but you will find high-quality content on these sites because this content is an important part of their business.

Personal Blogs/Journals

Many bloggers create personal journals to document their day-to-day activities. They keep their readers posted on the events happening in their lives. Many times you’ll find people who post short stories or poems which either they or someone they admire have written.

The writing of web journals takes a narrative style and is more informal in nature. The authors of journals may write about a variety of topics, much like how one would write in a traditional diary. Some may have a large number of readers depending on how long they have been blogging for and the nature of the topic they blog about. Journals are not usually set up for profit but are merely a means for creative expression or to have fun. The authors usually post content frequently, often daily or every two days.

Such blogs can be interesting to those readers who enjoy being engaged in the experiences of other people. An example would be a travel blogger or those who describe how they moved to another country.

Educational Blogs

A number of Universities and other educational organizations are now posting educational blogs, posting information concerning lessons or lesson plans, allowing students to ask questions or provide input. Using this form of digital communication allows students who have missed classes, or who may need additional information, to easily find their assignments and ask questions. Educational blogs are very popular for instructors teaching online classes.

Educational blogs can be lead not only by educational institutions. If you are an expert or have experience in a particular field, you can also create a blog to train other people. Such a blog can be interesting for both those who are just eyeing this profession and for those who are already working in it.

Educational blogs usually promote training courses and can also make money by advertising these services.

Branding Blogs

Branding blogs are set up by people who want to make a name for themselves as experts in their fields before they start seeking monetary gain from the blog. As such, they usually shy away from short-term advertising, and their blogs are not usually filled with affiliate links and advertisements. Their content is usually of high quality.

In fact, any successful blog is a brand. Whatever niche for your blog you choose, your blog will differ from others only in your own voice, style, opinion, etc. Of course, this result you can not achieve in a short time. You need to work hard to develop your own style. But this is exactly what will lead you to success.

Your personal brand is determined by many factors: your values, your talents, your relationships with people. In fact, this is practically the same thing as personal contact with people in real life. You start to communicate with someone and very quickly understand whether this person is interesting to you, whether you want to communicate with him or not. With blogging, branding happens this way.

So before you start, create your own image. Write on paper who you are, what your values and abilities are. Imagine your audience and decide for yourself what values you will carry it.

Promotional Blogs

These blogs are usually written by those who are selling a new product, such as a book. You will not usually find them on a single website, but rather they will ‘guest post’ for several different blogs. Sometimes, these bloggers will not even have a blog site of their own. They simply exist through interviews and postings about their products on other sites.

Let’s sum up

Blogging is fun and can suit nearly everyone. To start, all you need to do is type Blogging Sites into any search engine. Then just start checking them out to see what will work best for you!

Knowing the type of blog to choose and actually succeeding as a blogger are two different elements. Therefore, we must explore the qualities of successful bloggers that you should try to embrace if you wish to be successful.


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