5 Reason You Need To Build Your Own PAID Website Quick!!!!
February 28, 2011 12:41am CST
1). More Control: A free website/blog gives you no control. You don't own it someone else does. So it can be shut down from you for any reason at any time. Don't think it can't happen to you! But with your own paid website you are the Boss! 2). Make More Money: With your own paid website you are actually able to earn more money because you will have more opportunities to come your way, more programs you will be eligible to join, more clout, more power, all that! 3). Secure Backlinks: Every link that you're building to that free website or blog you're on - you're just actually building links to make someone else's site stronger and build their traffic. If they decide to cancel your site for any off the wall reason, all your linkbuilding efforts will be gone - poof!!! 4). Secure Content: Same with your content: If that free site decides to shut you down for any reason, then all that content that you've worked so hard to write will most likely disappear too without any prior warning! 5). It's Affordable: Yes a paid website will cost you money,but it is not as much as you might think. Basically you can start with a domain name for as low as $2 per year these days - and reliable hosting for about $10 or less per month. And with all the extra earning opportunities and clout you'll gain from owning your own websites, you can easily make that back if you play your cards right. Why did I write this?... Because a few years ago I stated a free blogger blog like many myLotters, and recently Google decided to shut it down just out of the blue! They said they would get back with me on it but they never did and it been several weeks now. My blog had built up good traffic, followers, and earnings both from Adsense and paid advertisers that have paid me upwards to $150 per month to advertise on my little free blog. That little free blog opened a lot of doors for me but them one day I guess Google decided to pick on it and shut it down. They sent the llame computer generated rreason claiming they were suspicious that it was a spam blog of sorts - and that' the only llame message I received from them. Google can really be full of it a lot of times that's for sure! But anyways I didn't even sweat it when they didn't get back with me in a few days like they promised. You know why? It's because I own 5 of my own Paid websites/blogs and counting - and Google can't take that from me! I control that! All the while I had that free blog I knew in the back of my mind that Google could pull a B.S. move like this because I've heard so many horror stories from others. So all the while I had that free blog going, I was building my own sites! - And you should too!... Otherwise, you could wind up building something that you have no control of whatsoever - and you could lose it all in a blink of an eye with nothing to show for all your hard work. Don't wait for that to happen. If you need any advice or help in building your own website or blog that you 100% own and control, just ask me and I'll be glad to help where I can
28 Feb 11
I am really sorry to hear that your site was shut down. but there must be some reason for it. if there was no reason for it then its really sad. but i think your case is 1 in a million and it doesnt happen to everyone i guess. anyways best of luck for your new site and hope it builds the same amount of traffic as last one. Enjoy.
1 Mar 11
Hi there, I bought 2 websites because of their promise to help me earn easy money. One from hostgator the other from hostjester. I still don't really understand how to make it work. My website is www.annmoneymakingreviews.com. I buy it and they help me to build it but I still have not earn a single digit. I have no idea how to go about it.
2 Mar 11
Thanks but I don't know how to build a website, whatelse to monetize it. Its a package I bought and then left there just like that. No idea how to promote it or what need to be done in order for it to start generate income.
• Gold Coast, Australia
1 Mar 11
This is brilliant information, thank you so much; I have printed off your discussion so that I can refer to it when I need to, as I need to get it in my head and understand the pros and cons. You have outlined the reasons very well in favor of having a self-hosted website. I have a Blogger blog and also one with Wordpress.com (both free sites), but have been concerned as to the amount of control I have over my blogs at both places. I am considering starting one with Wordpress.org which is a self-hosted site, as I would have full control over it. What do you think? I would be grateful for your advice. You can pm me if you like.