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    I am in a process of creating a blog site. I have decided on what topic to tackle and seem enjoined writing in it. I registered in Blogger, but because I am still a newbie, I am a bit confused exploring and using the features and tools they provide. But in later days, I think I could familiarize the environment and will get along with the customization.

    Any of you here using Blogger? Can you share you're experience too?

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    Blogger is a very user friendly blogging platform being managed by Google itself. I have seen too many people using it to get an approved Adsense account.

    It is very simple to use and hence ideal for a beginner. It may not the most advanced blogging site, but for a beginner it gives an excellent learning opportunity. It has a a lot of free templates to choose from. There is a tool called "Download Blogger for Word" which is an add-in for MS Word allowing you to directly publish your article to blogger. It has a lot of useful addons which can make your Blogger life easier.

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    I just use WordPress as I didn't got what I wanted from blogger. Best thing about WordPress is that you can achieve anything by using plugins which are available in ample. Also 71% of internet is powered by WordPress so you can imagine. But yes blogger is good for newbies but I would recommend to get a custom domain name even if you are going to use blogger.

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    I use Blogjob. You can get viewers on there and make money at the same time. You can earn points for other things you do also. The points can be exchanged for a payment to paypal. I just started blogging and Blogjob is great for beginners.
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    @Melissa Ann I'm also having an account on Blogjob, but I'm not using it much. I know it's a very good way to learn blogging and making money at the same time. But, I just want to know how long my articles should be? I mean is it fine if my article is around 200 words?

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    Quote Originally Posted by waqsi View Post
    @Melissa Ann I'm also having an account on Blogjob, but I'm not using it much. I know it's a very good way to learn blogging and making money at the same time. But, I just want to know how long my articles should be? I mean is it fine if my article is around 200 words?
    The minimum word limit is 300 at Blogjob. You can create separate pages for each category and start writing blogs on that. It is quite attractive and a good way to earn money too. However, as a beginner you could only earn 150 points a day which is equivalent to $0.75. But as you progress it will start increasing so that you can earn more points per day. The minimum withdrawal limit is 5000 points ($25), but the interesting thing is that if you are patient enough to cash out at 10000 points you will get $100!

    But blogger is a platform where you can create blog and use it as a revenue source based on the traffic generated. Blogjob is an upfront paying site that pays your 50 points for a 300 word article.

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    [QUOTE=waqsi;391516]@Melissa Ann I'm also having an account on Blogjob, but I'm not using it much. I know it's a very good way to learn blogging and making money at the same time. But, I just want to know how long my articles should be? I mean is it fine if my article is around 200 words?[/QUOT
    You have to write a blog article of atleast 300 words to get credit for it.

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    How does earning in blogjob created? If you posted an article made you an earning right away? Or does it need an exact count of traffic or visit to consider your earnings? How much does it pay? Thanks for sharing this new stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by webworld View Post
    The minimum word limit is 300 at Blogjob. You can create separate pages for each category and start writing blogs on that. It is quite attractive and a good way to earn money too. However, as a beginner you could only earn 150 points a day which is equivalent to $0.75. But as you progress it will start increasing so that you can earn more points per day. The minimum withdrawal limit is 5000 points ($25), but the interesting thing is that if you are patient enough to cash out at 10000 points you will get $100!

    But blogger is a platform where you can create blog and use it as a revenue source based on the traffic generated. Blogjob is an upfront paying site that pays your 50 points for a 300 word article.
    I'm really interested in knowing more about this. How does the pay work? I've been looking for a way to write a blog and make money, but I haven't really found anything reliable. I actually really appreciate this tip because I had never heard of this site before. I think I will have to check it out. Does anybody have a link they would like me to use for a referral?

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    Hi @nailah783,
    Blogjob is basically a social networking cum blogging site, where you earn points for activities which you already do on a social networking site, that's really amazing! You get points for daily check-in, making friends, posting articles on your site etc. Minimum withdrawal limit is 5000 points i.e, 25$ that can be exchanged for PayPal cash, Amazon GC and many other options. But, I would recommend you to withdraw at 10000 points, as you're going to get 100$ for 10k points.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubie View Post
    How does earning in blogjob created? If you posted an article made you an earning right away? Or does it need an exact count of traffic or visit to consider your earnings? How much does it pay? Thanks for sharing this new stuff.
    It is not based on views being generated on your blog. In other words it is not a pay per view platform like Hubpages. You will be paid upfront 50 points ($.25) for a blog of minimum 300 words.

    As I already mentioned, initially you will be able to post only 3 blogs that means there is a cap of 150 points per day. There are various ways to increase the daily limit. It automatically increases when you get 1k views in a blog in a specified time period. I heard a lot of positive reviews about the site. I think it is wise to just write 3 blogs there and focus on other jobs then. Even though rate per point is $.005, as you can see if you withdraw it at 10k points you will get $100 that means the rate per point just doubles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by webworld View Post
    It is not based on views being generated on your blog. In other words it is not a pay per view platform like Hubpages. You will be paid upfront 50 points ($.25) for a blog of minimum 300 words.

    As I already mentioned, initially you will be able to post only 3 blogs that means there is a cap of 150 points per day. There are various ways to increase the daily limit. It automatically increases when you get 1k views in a blog in a specified time period. I heard a lot of positive reviews about the site. I think it is wise to just write 3 blogs there and focus on other jobs then. Even though rate per point is $.005, as you can see if you withdraw it at 10k points you will get $100 that means the rate per point just doubles.
    You really can't write 3 blog posts per day because with the other ways that you can earn points, you would go over the 150 points with 3 blogs. You cn get the daily limit increased by doing some projects. I love this site now though. I have really gotten into it these last couple of days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubie View Post
    I am in a process of creating a blog site. I have decided on what topic to tackle and seem enjoined writing in it. I registered in Blogger, but because I am still a newbie, I am a bit confused exploring and using the features and tools they provide. But in later days, I think I could familiarize the environment and will get along with the customization.

    Any of you here using Blogger? Can you share you're experience too?
    I not a Blogger user but I have the same experience as a newbie. I am totally new in using wordpress and it took me more than a week to know the basic of customizing my blog. You just have to read a lot of instruction articles in the first few days. By "a lot" , I mean dozens.

    Quote Originally Posted by Melissa Ann View Post
    I use Blogjob. You can get viewers on there and make money at the same time. You can earn points for other things you do also. The points can be exchanged for a payment to paypal. I just started blogging and Blogjob is great for beginners.
    Well, I didn't expect to hear about another way of making money online in this thread, but thank you It is always good to have alternative plans.

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    I have a blog on blogger, however, I have not udated it since many years. In fact I don't use that blog anymore. Currently, I have a paid blog. Blogger is an easy to use service from Google. navigate through the various tabs and you can discover drop tool. If you have enough contents you can apply for adsense.

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    I use Wordpress for it is user friendly and if you upgrade or subscribe to the plans offered you can use some of the good features that they have. Using Wordpress is easy because they simplify its functions and their user interface is good too, and you can easily create a website or a blog with Wordpress. I tried using blogger also and it is user friendly also. But when it comes to which is better I would say Wordpress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubie View Post
    I am in a process of creating a blog site. I have decided on what topic to tackle and seem enjoined writing in it. I registered in Blogger, but because I am still a newbie, I am a bit confused exploring and using the features and tools they provide. But in later days, I think I could familiarize the environment and will get along with the customization.

    Any of you here using Blogger? Can you share you're experience too?
    I have a blog but I don't use Bloggerm I use another site that is only in my native language (Portuguese) and it's really good!

    But before I made my blog I searched over the internet to see what were the best platforms and almost everyone was advising Blogger! I didn't chose it because it's not very used here in my country and I had to chose a more popular platform if I wanted to have some success!

    ANd I achieved some eheh

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    I presume blogging is a new thing for you. For a newbie blogger is just one of many free blogging platforms. Some other popular blogging platforms are weebly, wordpress etc. I will recommend weebly. You can blog for free on weebly, and you can also have a paid weebly website, There are many benefits of paid weebly website

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