Lazy Blogger Guide

Are you lazy? Do you want to “get the bigger picture” only but don’t want to do any of the work? Do you want to spend less time getting more done?

Here’s how you can speed up the plan:

1. You can get a freelancer at Rent-A-Coder and pay them to set-up your Wordpress blog. You can also ask them to create a simple header image for your blog.

2. Create an “Author” account within your Wordpress account. Then, give the login and password to a freelancer and have them add articles and content to your website. Instruct them to set the timestamp for a future date so that the content appears gradually on your site.

3. You can also sign-up for a Private Label Rights program and get free articles on different niche areas every month. That way you can focus on getting your sites up instead of writing content all the time.

4. Use Directory Submitter and you’ll get access to more than 2000 directories.

5. Instead of submitting articles manually, use Article Submitter and submit articles automatically.

6. Join the 3WayLinks network and let them automatically build a link exchange network for you. All you need to do is upload their special file into your hosting account and link to it.

What is Google Adsense

What is Google Adsense?
Google Adsense is an ad program which enables people with websites and blogs to display relevant Google ads and earn money.

Adsense For Content
Adsense “reads” your page and will develop relevant ads to your specifications to display on your page. Adsense does not “read” images so the more text your page has on a subject, the more relevant the advertisement may be. If you have a page full of pictures, the advertisements shown may not be relevant to your topic. Whereas, if you have a healthy mix of quality content and images (or even just content) your ads should pertain to your topic.

Adsense For Search
AdSense for search is a free solution that allows publishers to place a search box on their site and earn revenue from relevant ads on the search results page. So each time a visitor searches your site for that “to die for” info, you could possibly be making money.

There are many ways to earn revenue with Google AdSense - AdSense for content and AdSense for search are two of the most widely available ways.

With AdSense for content, you'll display Google ads on your site. These ads can be either cost-per-click (CPC) or cost-per-thousand-impression (CPM) ads. For CPC ads, you'll generate earnings when your users click on the ads. For CPM ads, you'll generate earnings in your account every time the ad appears on your site.

AdSense for search lets you offer your users Google web search directly from your pages. By placing an AdSense for search box on your site, you'll generate earnings from ad clicks made by users on the search results pages.

You won't, however, receive revenue from user searches through your AdSense for search box. When users perform searches on your site, but choose not to click on the ads on the search results pages, you will not receive any earnings.

Google either sends you a check by mail or deposits the money straight into your bank account. A lot of people like to get their first payment in check form so they can frame it or use it as some sort of memento.

In order to be accepted into Adsense you must already have a website/blog. It’s best for your blog to be targeted to a specific niche rather than for personal reasons and have quite a bit of content.

I also suggest not having excessive advertising from other programs on your blog when you register for Adsense. It’s also best for your blog to be PG-13 as Adsense Program Policies say that the sites accepted into the program must not display pornography, excessive profanity, drugs etc etc.

I highly suggest building your site and adding content first for at least a few weeks before applying Adsense to it. This way you’ve managed to build up some traffic and Google will see your site as an established credible blog and should accept you into their program.



I think we know the answer to that by now, but it’s worth exploring it in a little more detail. You see, the two mediums are very different. Twitter is famous for its brevity, which some people see as a bad thing but others (those who have already plugged into the traf?c it can generate) see as a huge bene?t.

Twitter can act as a forerunner to your blog. It can be a ?ag waver to get people’s attention before funneling them over to where you want them to go. It also establishes a link with people in a very non-threatening way. You’re effectively saying, “Hey look, I wrote a new blog post today. See what you think . . .” and then handing the reins over to them.

So no—Twitter won’t and shouldn’t replace the standard blog. It should go hand in hand with it, and those who really understand that link will do well with both.

Okay so we know that Twitter can act as a kind of announcing tool that you can use whenever you make a new post on your blog. But it can be so much more than that if you know how to
use it properly.

This is where some creative thinking can really pay dividends. Sometimes it’s nice to just let people know you’ve written a new blog post, telling them roughly what it’s about and where to ?nd it. But Twitter is essentially a tool for getting in touch with people and letting them know what you’re doing, so why not take advantage of that and get your readers and followers
involved a bit more as well?

The best way to achieve this is to use your updates to ask questions rather than post statements all the time. It’s good to simply say something once in a while, but by asking a question you encourage your followers to tweet back at you and pull them a little further into your world.

There’s another bene?t of asking questions as well. If you’ve got a blog that you’ve been working on for a while, you’ll probably have run across times when you run a bit short on ideas. Ever felt like that? It would certainly be good if you could get some fresh input into your blog without giving over control to anyone else, wouldn’t it?

Welcome to Twitter!

There is no better place or method for getting some fresh input than this website. Lots of bloggers have caught onto this method of refreshing their blog and that’s because it works. Ask your readers what they’d like to see on your blog that isn’t already there. Try asking what they thought of your last blog post. Have you ever thought about putting a poll on your blog and asking people to vote through a tweet?

There are plenty of ways to generate extra traf?c to your blog and get people more involved in it by using your Twitter account to get involved with them. All you need to do is think of the best
questions to ask in your case.

Getting ideas
If people start to tweet back at you, pay close attention to what they say. Some of them may unwittingly highlight certain areas of your topic that you hadn’t even thought about.

One chance comment through Twitter and you could be off and writing your next blog post within minutes. Stay alert and watch out for the nuggets of information other Twitterers will send you.

Be prepared to experiment
All the great bloggers have their own distinctive voice. It’s the same on Twitter. You wouldn’t think that people would have much room to express their own character in 140 characters but it is certainly possible, as you’ll see once you start exploring what other people have to say.

It may take you a while to ?nd your own voice and that’s ?ne. Experiment with different styles for a while or just do what feels natural to you. You might make the decision for every tweet to
be in the form of a question. Alternatively you might make each one a statement.

The point is, everyone ?nds a different way of using Twitter to promote their blog. Your Twitter style will probably be very similar to your blogging style, and indeed they shouldn’t be too different otherwise you might ?nd you lose readers. You want to be as recognizable as possible.