I made this broadcast on Blab this morning. I spent over one hour teaching how to start your own website with $0 down. Most importantly, I talked about how to make money doing so. There are so many possibilities with the online platform, however, many do not know how to go about it.
Although, there are many ways to get started for free, I chose Google platform because Google is a search engine and that will help the website to gain visibility easily and quickly.
My own free blog site is called All Things Bukola Oriola. When you look at it, you will find out that I have taken the time to arrange this blog site like a standard website. You can do the same. One of the people I helped to start their free site is Harold and Dancy and you can view their site at Harold & Dancy.
Believe it or not, one of the viewers this morning took action and she started her blogger site already. Read her quote. Edited.
Hi Bukola, I watched the broadcast but couldn’t login because I am not yet on Twitter. That was good, my question is this, I’ve set up a new blog, how long do I have to run it before I involve AdSense? Again I heard you say that I can use one AdSense account that I already have. I have an AdSense Account set up but I am having problem with it because Google want me to update some stuff on my website, which am trying to fix. Now, do I have to use that same adsense account? Or, do I register a new one with this new email account for this blog? I’m not very conversant with these. I am learning on my own so I made some mistakes. – Chinwe Nnoli
I am using this to encourage survivors who are out there and wanting to build their online profile to take this step to become and showcase their expertise. You will by taking action. I hope that you can use the video below to take action today.
You can read the first two two chapters of my memoir, Imprisoned: The Travails of a Trafficked Victim here.
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Bye for now, until next time.
Article updated, March 6, 2016.