What To Blog About?


That's a question that most bloggers wants to know.

And the answer is quite simple actually.

Blog about anything you want :)

Don't just blog about make money online all the time. I mean, of course, you got to blog about it, since you're in the making money online niche, but NOT all the time :)

You see, at one point of time in my blogging career, I was almost always talking about 'making money online' subject.

Nothing wrong with that.

And so, one fine day, I had finished writing this awesome post.

The next step was to market.

So I went to Facebook to post my blogpost in one of the groups.

I thought that I will be rich.

I thought that I will see the post there for a few days before it gets pushed down to the bottom.

And THEN....

Within an hour, my post was already down to the bottom of the gutter.

I can see it anymore unless I scroll down a couple of times.

And if your focus is to get traffic, how would you get traffic if your post couldn't be seen?

Doesn't make sense, isn't it?

And that's not all....

If you're into Search Engine Optimization (SEO) for short, then good luck to you too. So many people in this niche knows how to SEO-ed their blogs.

And even if you master this art, you're still going to compete with thousands of them online.

"So how do I make money if I don't write about making money, Fan?"

Well, the banners in Empower Network WILL sell for you if you get in now.

It doesn't really matter what you're talking about. As long as it is entertaining, and you make your audience engaged, you will naturally make money when people click on your banners.

You need to watch this awesome free training to understand better about making money through banners. It's an old video, but the main concept is still applicable :)

Anyways, I did apply this strategy that I shared with you on my non-making money posts.

Honestly, I get leads from there. So it REALLY works.

But this is my personal opinion..

Truthfully, you could replicate what Empower Network is doing.

You can buy webhosting services for a few hundred bucks per month.

You can also copy the size and the design of the banners in Empower Network. That alone, will cost you hundreds already.

Why not get everything for $25 per month instead? You save lots of money, and time to do all that techie stuff, so that you could make money right now.

Well, that's just my personal opinion about it. hope that helps to clear up your thoughts on what to blog about all the time ;)


- Fan

P.S. Hey, do you have any questions or feedbacks? I would love to hear them. Drop me a note on the comments section below, and I will try to get back to you as soon as possible :)




Celebrating Halloween soon? Thinking of giving away some candies to the kids?

Well, there are plenty of candies out there to choose. But don't ever choose these ones:

1. Candy Com

Even though it may taste great, but the superlative sweet will turn against you if you eat more than 5. And most likely, you will.

 2. Raisins

Personally, I don't really know if you're suppose to give raisins, but if you do, then stop. Coz it's not cool at all. Seriously.

3. Smarties.

This candy is one of the worst of all. From my research, it can be the culprit to a kid's weight gain. For every 5 pounds of weight a kid gain, 2 will come from Smarties.

4. Hershey's (Plain)

You know, I like Hershey's. I honestly do. Even though they tasted great (along the lines like the M&Ms), they looked boring. Especially the plain one. Kids hate to see boring things. What more if it comes from a candy.

5. Milk Duds

WTF? That's the first thing that came to my mind when I saw that. Consider it a red flag when a food item puts 'Dud' on its name.


There are plenty more, but these few are one of the candies that you should avoid, if possible. Don't you agree?




We all want to make money right? How about making money doing nothing?

Sounds like a good idea? But is it realistic?

Even though tons of people are making money online through Empower Network, doesn't mean they don't do anything. (See income disclaimer here)

But whatever it is, this man kind of go against logic. He made money, without doing anything.

Heck, he didn't even know that he made $886K from just a 'stupid' $27 investment worth of bitcoins.

Kristoffer Koch invested 150 kroner ($26.60) in 5,000 bitcoins in 2009, after discovering them during the course of writing a thesis on encryption. He promptly forgot about them until widespread media coverage of the anonymous, decentralised, peer-to-peer digital currencyin April 2013 jogged his memory.

Bitcoins are stored in encrypted wallets secured with a private key, something Koch had forgotten. After eventually working out what the password could be, Koch got a pleasant surprise: 

"It said I had 5,000 bitcoins in there. Measuring that in today's rates it's about NOK5m ($886,000)," Koch told NRK.

But how do you buy bitcoins? 

Typically bitcoins are bought using traditional currency from a bitcoin "exchanger", although due to strict anti-money laundering controls, the process can can be tricky. A user can then withdraw those bitcoins by sending them back to an exchanger like Mt Gox, the best known bitcoin exchange, in return for cash.

However, bitcoin is gaining more and more traction within the physical world too. It is now possible to actually spend bitcoins without exchanging them for traditional currency first in a few British pubs, including the Pembury Tavern in Hackney, London, for instance. On 29 October, the world's first bitcoin ATM also went online in Vancouver, Canada, which scans a user's palm before letting them buy or sell bitcoins for cash. 

Another way is to 'mine' for them - a process that requires computers to perform the calculations needed to make the digital currency work, in exchange for a share of the built-in inflation.

Mining is a time-consuming and expensive endeavour due to the way the currency is designed. Each subsequent bitcoin mined is more complex than the previous one, requiring more computational time and therefore investment through the electricity and computer hardware required.

So does this mean that there is no risk involved?

Well, not really. 

In April 2013, the value of bitcoin peaked at $266 before crashing to a low of $50 soon after. Since then, bitcoin has seen large fluctuations in its value, most recently following the seizure of online drugs marketplace Silk Road, plummeting before jumping $30 in one day to a high of $197 in October.

In other words, you're somewhat investing your money like in a stock market. And just like stock market, there are risks involved.

So, do you still want to make money through bitcoins? Drop your thoughts below.




The singer/songwriter and guitarist for the band Velvet Underground has died. And it is a saddening day for fans of the Rock music genre.

He died on Sunday, at the age of 71. Although the nature of the cause is still unknown, what we do know is that he went for a liver transplant in May, according to his wife, another musician, Laurie Anderson.

Reed was a rock pioneer who went from record label songwriter to a member of the short-lived but innovative and influential Velvet Underground. The band and Reed's solo work tackled taboo topics like drug addiction, paranoia and sexual deviancy in songs that were largely spare, muscular and often saturated in feedback.

Apart from that, Reed was one of the first artists to experiment with guitar feedback on record and to show that sort of ugly noise can actually be quite beautiful and moving. He also, lyrically, wrote about all kinds of topics that were taboo before he started exploring them.

He also gave a voice to gay and transgender people in a way that had never been done before by a popular artist, which made his work incredibly important to many people.

Other achievements include winning a Grammy award in 1998 for best long-form music video, for a documentary on his career up to that point.

Anyways, to Lou Reed, R.I.P. my brother. You're gonna be missed.


- Slick

P.S. What are your thoughts about Lou Reed? Share your thoughts below on the comments section.

Time and time again, that's what happens to him. And he did it again, just a few hours ago.

He was arrested in Washington D.C. on Sunday morning after an altercation outside the downtown W. Hotel.


Coz at 4:25 am, he was involved in a physical altercation with another adult male who sustained injuries. Another man, Chris Hollosy, 35, was also arrested.  Hollosy and Brown were arrested and charged with felony assault. 

When will he ever learn? Do you really think he will change for the better after this incident?

Drop your thoughts below on the comments section.

(Source: Hollywoodreporter.com)

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