Tronster.NET is going to go big time!! (I hope)
I have been inspired. I looked across the internet, and found that many people are making money as content creators, and I am looking for an excuse to continue with this blog. I enjoy the blogging challenges when I have the opportunity to participate. However, most of the time I lack a few basic qualities to enjoy the blog challenges. Writing skills and post subjects.
I have conducted a bit of research on monetizing blogs. One key success factor is your “subject matter”. It turns out, I really do not have the ability to identify a “niche” at the moment. Well, strike one, huh? I have several interests that correspond with my day-to-day life. I am also married to a social butterfly. (Incidentally loves to use Facebook). So what can I do? Well, I can blog about how Tronster.NET goes big time. To state it more accurately, how Tronster.NET might go big time. That will depend on all of you.
What is stopping me, and what might be stopping you?
All the research I have seen indicates that you need to have a niche. If you are an expert carpenter, you can start a DIY furniture-building site. If you are a designer, you can give how to posts on using software. You can conduct reviews on different products. The “niche” concept.
The other major constraint I will have is time. As someone who has a full time job, will there be enough time? If you are going to do something, you should do it to the best of your abilities. A blog, or video channel, will consume some time. To do it well, it will consume a lot of time.
The expenses associated with running a quality money making endeavor. This is not limited to online, internet commerce sites. Anytime you plan to make money at something, there are start-up expenses. Home improvement requires tools. Videos require video equipment.
The skillset for creating content people will watch. This will be a learning experience for me on several fronts. Have no fear, as I learn, I will share.
There are a ton of blogs, websites, and videos on reflections of how content creators made money monetizing their content. Tronster.NET will allow you to follow me as I do the same. The research, the actions, fails and pitfalls, and finally, the success.
Of course, any success I have will be based on you, the reader or viewer, that clicks on some sort of link, or commercial, or ad on this site.
Thank you for your support.