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Opinion: What distinguishes "legitimate" bloggers from scammers?

Today, I'd want to address a critical question that you'll almost certainly encounter from time to time. Please read all the way to the end to discover the genuine difference between a legitimate blogger who is attempting to create a blogging business and a scammer.

1.Real bloggers impart knowledge to their readers. A true blogger creates blogs that provide useful information to their readers on a specific topic. We aren't just attempting to attract a large number of individuals in order to profit from something.

We're working hard to attract visitors to visit our blogs because we're passionate about a particular subject. We believe we have sufficient knowledge and experience on a subject to assist others. As a result, we'd like to provide some suggestions and tactics on the subject in order to supply the information that others require. Fake bloggers, or those looking to defraud others, are solely interested in making money, not in assisting others.

2.Real bloggers sell their wares. A true blogger will have items that expand on the subject on which they are an expert. For example, if there is a ten-step procedure that I am familiar with, I may produce blog posts covering the first five steps of the process. This is a free resource for my readers that will assist them in getting started. Along with assisting others, this demonstrates my interest in and expertise of the subject. Then I might design a product that covers the final five phases and sell it. If they want to learn more about the process, I can show them what I've come up with and explain how it can help them get to the finish line.

3.Real bloggers make money from their blogs. Bloggers that are serious about their work don't limit themselves to a single source of revenue. It's not just about selling items, generating ad revenue, or making money as an affiliate. We're developing a company plan that encompasses multiple revenue streams. This allows us to make the most of our time and effort while also safeguarding our finances. We aren't solely focused on a single goal. We're attempting to establish a sustainable blogging business with several revenue streams.

On several occasions, I've been advised that blogging isn't a "real career." I can't say I blame folks for their skepticism. The term "blogger" conjures up images of one of history's largest con jobs. While some bloggers are attempting to defraud you, others, like me, are aiming to establish a respectable blogging business.

Blogging is not a rip-off. It's something I put a lot of effort into in order to deliver actual value to my audience while also growing my business. It's something that allows me to provide for my family while also funding my child's fruit snack addiction. Here are some tips to assist you distinguish yourself from the scammers out there as you establish your blogging business.

Is it possible that certain bloggers are attempting to defraud people?

Regrettably, the answer to this question is —without a doubt. There are scammers who will try to rob you wherever there is business to be had, not just online. It's just an unavoidable truth of life. So, yeah, there are some bad bloggers out there. But that isn't you, and that isn't me.

The bulk of true professional bloggers we encounter online are not involved in these blogging frauds. There is one thing that all genuine bloggers share in common. We have a great desire to share as much valuable content about a topic that we are passionate about as possible.

We aim to do more than just distribute material; we want to make a difference in people's lives. We aim to present them with useful content that they can use.

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