I've been doing a Blog for a while now and I wish I could have known what I know now. The challenge of setting up a Blog and finding out what to do is there's no an in-depth guide that is straightforward and simple English therefore I've created this for you. This isn't perfect but it's is based on what I've learned about blogging and earning blog money in the past few months . I'm sure there is plenty of improvement to be made, so use this as a rough guide. A good foundation for information is better than no information at all and you need to start from somewhere with your feet on the ground. You can use this guide for those who just want to blog but aren't keen in making money or if you want to blog and earn money without any extra work. Sounds like a good deal, OK! The initial part of this guide is about having a domain and when you're acquainted with the process then you are able to skip it and begin with Section 2. You should note that a updated version of this article that includes more links is available on the Blog found in the Resources Section. For more detail please visit>>> https://sandrarainea.se/ https://shike.se/ https://soleado.se/ https://teaterstruktur.se/ https://tjornkajaker.se/ (Optional) Section 1. Registering a Domain For Your Blog The first thing to do is to register the Domain Name of Your Blog. I would suggest you only utilize a COM domain. Also, make an effort to create the simplest and shortest name that you can think of and without any numbers or dashes. It is likely that the names of single domains have all been taken, so try to think of a short phrase or something that's memorable and you'll likely find something available after a few hours. I would not recommend using the terms net, org or. regardless of the name , because people are prone to forget everything other than com. If you choose to use net, the you're likely to get the word "COM" instead and you'll be giving another website free traffic, and possibly losing your own. When you have found an Com that you can register to host your website, recommend going ahead and register it on Godaddy, which is cheap. If you don't want anyone else to discover that you're the proprietor of the domain. This includes unlisting your name,number,address and email address, which will cost you an additional $10 per year or less for private Registration. I'd advise doing this to guard your privacy. The contact information that you provide them with must match your credit card and financial information. After you have registered, make sure to keep a copy of your Godaddy Password #'s in a safe and secure place. There will be a need for hosting space for your blog and blogging software. This will be revealed in later chapters. Do not sign up with Godaddy Hosting if you want to use the company I recommend for everything , not just Hosting. Section 2. AdSense Google AdSense is the easiest discovered money you'll earn and there's no cost for anyone, if you'd like to AdSense. If you're not interested in earning additional income from AdSense just don't place it on your website It's entirely up to you. The small Google ads and occasionally larger-sized image ads that you see on websites are AdSense. The way AdSense works is that you sign up for free the program and can cancel any time , and then Google puts these ads on your blog or website. The only thing a user must do is click an advertisement on your blog , and you'll be paid anything from one cent to potentially $10 or more a click. My average is around 20 cents. This can be increased if you get 40 clicks a day or so. How much you earn is contingent on a range of aspects for which it is important to be aware of AdSense policies and rules. AdSense will pay you when you've reached the $100 mark and then you start again. I've made a few hundred dollars in a few months which is pretty impressive for a job that isn't even hard! In simple terms, the more traffic you can draw to your blog in, the more clicks you'll receive and the more money you make. Google is quite strict with regards to the clicks being legit and if they discover that you violated their program in any way, they might expel you permanently and without a chance to reinstate you Seriously! It is important to study their policies and rules a few times before you can use AdSense. The key thing is to not click on ads that you own and make sure that no one else in your relatives do the same. Also, make sure that you don't solicit others to click ads on your blogs, or else you'll be removed from AdSense. The best solution is to put them on your site and do not mention it. Again make sure you read their policy on what they can accept AdSense on. The Blog software I used already included AdSense in the program. My blog is linked in the Resources Section. I'll be talking about and providing you with an email address for in Section 4. The majority of other blogs, as far as I know are manually paste the AdSense Codes on the pages. The WordPress Blog software I use doesn't require it. Section 3. E-Commerce on Your Blog I use a program known as The Easy Store that's a part of my Blog or Vice Versa. It's called the Easy Store basically lets you establish a niche shop that sells any or all of Amazon's products and for any products you buy, you receive an average of 4-6% as a rule direct from Amazon. It's not free. Easy Store isn't free but it is likely to cost you the cost of having them design a logo for you $200. Without a logo probably around $120. The software isn't too complicated, and the Software that comes with the Blog software is installed for no cost by Zeus Design who will go through everything with you and be available for technical help. My Gifts Shop in Resources is an Easy Store.