About Cathy64
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I am 54 years old and decided to start on the affiliate journey. I am a quick study and know I will make a

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For example I want to convey to people all the tried and tested methods of earning online - companies, etc. So my topics (or should I call it niches? is freelancing, surveys,

Hi Cathy64. here's my 2 cents on your questions. I've tried many survey companies claiming you can make money, yet their promises always fall through the cracks and the only winner is the survey company getting your info for other promotions to you. You could investigate that first before putting your time and effort into a website.
Earning money online is way to competitive and the giants have the corner on page one so I agree with Nedd to pick a niche and narrow it down. Then build your site around that and start creating content so people will want to go to your site and read what your thoughts and ideas are. If you do and entry everyday to your blog,for about 3-5 months you'll have a ton of content and a good following. Then at that point start turning it into product based info in the niche you created and presto sales will start happening because you are a trusted site.
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David thanks for the feedback but I am not going to concentrate on survey companies but through personal experience I know about all the companies that are legit and paying to earn online. Not only surveys.

Those niches do all go together, however the problems will be that 1) it's harder to compete for such a broad set of terms, because there are so many other sites competing for those same eyeballs. 2) it can be hard to appear as an expert when doing too many different things.

I would try to drill down to a niche that is a little tighter, like say Surveys to start. Do a keyword search in Jaaxy and see where Surveys would take you keyword wise and start to narrow your focus with the help of Jaaxy.

After several months of working on one niche inside the making money online niche, you could then add a second one. But only after you have generated enough trust with the first one.

Cheers!

Thank you so much this is all new experience so I want to start it right and now I have some idea.

Hi - as all your topics relate to making money online, you can have them all on one website.

Diane thank you because that is what my aim is to be a complete informative website for people who want to earn money without having to research companies.

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Do I have to create a website for each niche?

Do I have to create a website for each niche?

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Keyword, Niche and Market Research
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For example I want to convey to people all the tried and tested methods of earning online - companies, etc. So my topics (or should I call it niches? is freelancing, surveys,

Hi Cathy64. here's my 2 cents on your questions. I've tried many survey companies claiming you can make money, yet their promises always fall through the cracks and the only winner is the survey company getting your info for other promotions to you. You could investigate that first before putting your time and effort into a website.
Earning money online is way to competitive and the giants have the corner on page one so I agree with Nedd to pick a niche and narrow it down. Then build your site around that and start creating content so people will want to go to your site and read what your thoughts and ideas are. If you do and entry everyday to your blog,for about 3-5 months you'll have a ton of content and a good following. Then at that point start turning it into product based info in the niche you created and presto sales will start happening because you are a trusted site.
David
aka Sensei1

David thanks for the feedback but I am not going to concentrate on survey companies but through personal experience I know about all the companies that are legit and paying to earn online. Not only surveys.

Those niches do all go together, however the problems will be that 1) it's harder to compete for such a broad set of terms, because there are so many other sites competing for those same eyeballs. 2) it can be hard to appear as an expert when doing too many different things.

I would try to drill down to a niche that is a little tighter, like say Surveys to start. Do a keyword search in Jaaxy and see where Surveys would take you keyword wise and start to narrow your focus with the help of Jaaxy.

After several months of working on one niche inside the making money online niche, you could then add a second one. But only after you have generated enough trust with the first one.

Cheers!

Thank you so much this is all new experience so I want to start it right and now I have some idea.

Hi - as all your topics relate to making money online, you can have them all on one website.

Diane thank you because that is what my aim is to be a complete informative website for people who want to earn money without having to research companies.

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Changed the theme and now everything is not where its supposed to be even after I changed it back to my old theme

Hi Cathy64...Everything in Word press can be edited. Changing a theme will change the look but not the setup you already did. That part you can edit in the back office.
Carson said you need to "To change the theme of our website, login as admin then click on "Appearance => Themes". At the top of your page, click "Add New", and from there you will be presented with a list of available themes to add.
I have added some screenshots if you don't know where to go. When you check out the 2400 themes click on the ones you like and view them and see if it suits your needs. When you have decided click add. If you don't see your info click refresh. Only click "publish" when you are sure of your theme.
Once you have changed your theme then we can correct what you don't want and add what you do want.
*** right click on the images if they aren't clickable then hold Ctrl key down and hit the + or - key to enlarge. The pics are they only to reference location so they will not be focused when enlarged.

Ouch! I was going to do the same thing.

There are so many theme options. It seems like the only way to get the right one is to go through them by switching around.

Want to fix my website?

Want to fix my website?

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Changed the theme and now everything is not where its supposed to be even after I changed it back to my old theme

Hi Cathy64...Everything in Word press can be edited. Changing a theme will change the look but not the setup you already did. That part you can edit in the back office.
Carson said you need to "To change the theme of our website, login as admin then click on "Appearance => Themes". At the top of your page, click "Add New", and from there you will be presented with a list of available themes to add.
I have added some screenshots if you don't know where to go. When you check out the 2400 themes click on the ones you like and view them and see if it suits your needs. When you have decided click add. If you don't see your info click refresh. Only click "publish" when you are sure of your theme.
Once you have changed your theme then we can correct what you don't want and add what you do want.
*** right click on the images if they aren't clickable then hold Ctrl key down and hit the + or - key to enlarge. The pics are they only to reference location so they will not be focused when enlarged.

Ouch! I was going to do the same thing.

There are so many theme options. It seems like the only way to get the right one is to go through them by switching around.

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