Paolo Ramos is a Filipino blogger, COBOL Application Architect, and weekend web programmer who likes to tinker around with internet marketing every now and then. I visited his blog and saw a number of things that will definitely help fellow Pinoy bloggers who are interested in making money online.
But wait! It’s not what you think…
Typically, most Make Money Online (MMO) sites give you specific tips on how to earn online. In this case, however, you’ll see how you can get on the road to increasing your internet business income in a more relaxed manner.
For example, in My Wedding Suppliers Around San Pedro Laguna, Paolo talks about his experience with his own wedding, and provides useful and relevant information that people who want to get married will want to read.
When you read that blog post, you will immediately see why it is a webpage of value. And you will quickly sense that thousands, if not hundreds of engaged couples, particularly those interested in getting married in the Philippines, will want to visit that site.
And if you can see that, then so can search engines such as Google.
Now tell me, if you were a search engine, where will you send people who are searching for wedding tips? And if you were a hairstylist or wedding photographer in San Pedro, Laguna, where will you advertise your services online?
That’s how a growing number of Pinoy netpreneurs make easy money online: by accident.
There was no hard business intention. It was not a case of: “Ah, I will write something about so-and-so and in the process earn a lot of Adsense dollars.”
Then one day, the blogger gets surprised to find out that they can monetize their site afterall. They build content, attract a lot of traffic, and get pleasantly astounded when their sites start earning money a few weeks after they place advertising spots in their blog.
Bloggers start off by writing about what interests them, and by offering useful and relevant information that others will find valuable. Afterall, are you the only person in this world who has your particular set of interests?
Clearly, there are a lot of other people who also share your interests. And they are searching the web for answers to questions and solutions to problems. That’s where you come in, as an online publisher.
Assuming you begin blogging and offer fantastic info online which attracts readers whom advertisers want to reach, what must you do to take your income to a higher level? That will be covered in the future… 🙂
In the meantime, please visit Paolo Ramos over at Phawville.com