I don’t want to dog myself, but i got a commitment to the truth. I’m an idiot. I’m not very smart, and i not a very good worker. I don’t learn thing quickly, and i don’t even speak english that good. I can’t spell, and i’m terrible in bed. (huh, what’s being good in bed got to do with anything?) Everything!
I guess that’s why i started this blog. Bloggernoob dot com was created because i read a few make money online blogs and thought to myself, “if these idiots can make a few bucks online, so can i.” I want you guys to remind yourself and your readers of this fact. Making money with your blog is super easy. It doesn’t require mensa certification. All you need to do is post frequently and get other people to visit your blog. Not very difficult at all.
I may no longer be a complete noob. I’ve learned a few things during my 6 months as a blogger. I’ll be the first to admit that i’m no expert. The guys that say they are, are scammers. Watch out for those so called “authority blogs” cause it’s all bullshit. I think honestly is the best policy. When you’re not certain, don’t be afraid to say so. My blog is catered to other blogger newbs. It’s for people who want to take a shot at blogging for money.
I think my gimmick works because most people are idiots. Most people are noobs. People don’t want to be intimidated when they start something new. When newbies visit “professional blogs” they might feel unqualified to start their own blog. But when web surfers visit my blog, they’ll probably think they could do better then me. I think projecting this image and vibe encourages your readers to set up their own blogs. If a newbie see’s that i made over 7 thousand dollars in 6 months, they’ll want to do what i’m doing. They probably keep visiting my blog just to see how i did it.
Look at the success of the “idiots guide” book series. The dummies guide to whatever. Whatever you blog about, make sure that you write posts that even an idiot could understand. Don’t close off your blog to these people. Noob’s will help you make money by signing up for programs under you. And if you teach them something new, they’ll become a regular reader.