Overcoming Writers Block with A Fist Full Of Dollars

Also Known as: Receiving Original Content For Your Site & Getting Paid For It

As a Blog owner do you find that there are times when you just don’t know what to write next?

Writers block happens to even the best of writers and getting back on track can sometimes be a little frustrating.

It’s easy to get stuck for a good idea especially if you’re in a niche that you are not really passionate about.

Could it be you’re a bit frustrated because you run an Internet Marketing Blog about how to make money online and you just aren’t making any real money from it to compensate you for all the time and effort that you put in.

You know it will make money someday, because lots of other people’s blogs have…maybe you are just three feet from gold…it would be a shame to give up now, especially after all this time

Perhaps you’ve not posted to your blog as regularly not because of writers block but because you’re pushed for time and life just gets in the way.

I’ve been guilty of both in the past.

Sometimes it’s worth taking a little step backwards and having an overview of what you already know or have on your site and seeing how you can just make something happen.

Here’s something you could easily replicate and will only take about 30 minutes to set up!

My blog is about how to make money online and I make money from affiliate offers and contextual Ads within the content.

I still need good quality original content and I’d quite like to get paid too, so how about we kill two birds with one stone.

I have a section on my blog called Guest Authors where I invite other marketers to publish their original posts on my blog, in exchange for a link back to their site.

They benefit from the back link and I get more content added to the site and I’ve done a few guest posts in my time so I know the value of a good guest post.

Some people will tell you it’s a terrible idea due to Google changes but there are many ways to achieve success, I do it because it works for me.

Happy Marketing

Steve