The average blog takes at least 6 months to make money. If you're wondering where to begin with blogging, here is a way to make money faster with blogs. Chances are, you won't have to wait 6 months to see some results.

 

Things You Will Need

content for your blog

Step 1

First look into all the inactive blogs, and find one you're sure you can add good content to on a regular basis. There are sites like Orble.com that have inactive blogs that they put up for grabs. These blogs have been deserted by their owners and no longer are in use. They have their own domains, and are already set up to generate money. They already have traffic, readers and subscribers.


Step 2

Write around 100 titles you can think of that would be relative to the blog you want to inherit. If you cannot think of approximately 100 titles or ideas related to the blog, you should try another blog. You want a good start of ideas for your blog so it won't go dry. A large number of blogs are deserted because of this reason as well as because the blogger gets discouraged due to lack of revenue. Choose a subject that you're knowledgeable about. This will put you on a good head start to make money faster with your blog.

Step 3

Read all the posts of the blog or blogs you may be interested in so that you can get a feel for the writer who wrote the blog. Try to choose a blog that is written similar to how you write. The reason I say this is because you cannot delete the previous posts. They will remain intact.

Step 4

Start a blog that will match in topic to the blog you want to take over. The site will contact you after 3 or more posts and offer you the chance to choose a blog with its own domain. Once you tell them which blog you want, they will merge your new blog and the inactive blog you chose. Now your new blog is already set up with traffic, readers and subscriptions as well. You will be sure to make money faster with blogs.

. Be sure to sign up for google adsense before you start your blog. This is how you get paid, by the advertisements that are placed around your posts.