A Spark of Innovation Leading to a $100+ Billion Dollar Creator Economy
“Most (historians) agree that the first blog was Links.net, created in 1994 by then-student Justin Hall as a place to publish his writing. The site consisted entirely of brief posts, each one sharing a link and some of his thoughts on the content within. This compilation of links included links to websites he liked, as well as his own work.”
Themeisle History of Blogging
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Justin’s spark of innovation has morphed into a creator economy worth $100+ Billion. Technological advances allowed non-technical individuals the opportunity to create, curate, and aggregate content that appeals to their readership.
In this article by Influencer Marketing Hub, Creator Economy Stats outlines where and how people are making the most money.
“Once, you needed expensive cameras and other equipment to make content. Nowadays, you can work wonders using just the smartphone that most of us carry in our pockets. This has led to a much more egalitarian landscape, albeit leading to accusations of “fake news” because it is harder to determine the truth of what you see online.
A side effect of this has been the rise of new career opportunities. People can now make a living from their online endeavors. There is now a sizeable creator economy, and in this post, we take a look at some key statistics relating to it.”
Influencer Marketing Hub
Read more: https://influencermarketinghub.com/creator-economy-stats/
Blogging can be very lucrative for small and home business
Although the technology has changed the process, in its simplest form, has not.
Today content creators follow the same methods Justin Hall did back in 1994. Blogging allows you to publish your writing (creation), comment on shared links (curation), and provide a compilation of links to sites you like (aggregation).
Blogging has evolved since 1994 and has become the most popular way to make money online. The most successful bloggers can earn significant incomes by providing valuable information to their readers.
Of course without the right guidance blogging can become very frustrating. Their are certain rules and publishing guidelines that need to be followed.
Blogging is an essential activity for marketing your products and services.
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In our next post we will explore the fundamentals of blogging that will keep you on the path to profitability.
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About the Author:I have lost count on the number of years Janet and I have "worked from home." A little bit north of a couple of decades, I reckon. We understood the keys to success early on in our career was not the number of sales, it was the size of our prospecting list. The result? We have earned a full time income(s) since year one.