How you can make money off writing short, simple articles, even if you don’t know anything about your blog’s topic
Blogging is something that many of us dream to do, either as a hobby, side hustle, or even full time income.
However, not all of us specialize in writing, and don’t want to spend countless hours working hard to create new and innovative content, but still want to have a blog that can generate money for us.
Thankfully, there’s a way to spend a small amount of effort to create articles that do actually benefit readers, and give you a little bit of extra cash. This method involves creating a blog that specializes in a practical, usually technology-based topic, and producing articles in that topic using information from other websites and forums on the web.
If this blog model sounds like something that could benefit you and fit into your schedule, read on for a more in-depth look at writing a blog without creating any original content.
The whole point and reason that this writing model works is because of dependability.
What this means is that when someone searches up a question, for example, ‘How to make a character jump using C++ in Unity’, they might find two different search results. One is a Reddit thread, and the other is an article that comes from a blog. Usually, the reader will click on the website article, because websites are usually more dependable, at least to readers, than a forum.
This model puts information found in forums into more dependable blog posts.
This helps your readers in multiple ways. They feel assured and more confident in the information that they’re being given, because it’s from a blog that(hopefully) looks dependable and professional.
You’re also saving them the time and effort of digging through forums for answers, instead presenting them with clear, simple, short and concise solutions that they can use and apply quicker.
Step #1: Choose Your Topic
Before you even start to write anything or build your website, the first thing you need to do is decide which niche or subject you’re blog will…