Reading, United Kingdom, April 28, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- People who write blogs from their back bedrooms are quickly becoming Internet entrepreneurs making significant amounts of money from their jottings.
A new blog is created every second of each day and increasing numbers of blogs are designed to make money, rather than just provide an outlet for creative writing.
According to Internet Psychologist, Graham Jones, rapidly rising numbers of people are seeing the money making potential in blogging.
He said, "Many people want to earn extra cash in their spare time. Blogging appears to be providing an easier way of making that money than traditional forms of Internet marketing. And that's why it's becoming so popular as a means of providing additional income."
Graham Jones has investigated the blogging phenomenon and has identified the differences between bloggers that make money and those who don't.
He will be revealing his findings at a workshop on "Super Blogging" to be held in the UK on 15th June 2006.
More information can be found at http://www.bloggingworkshop.co.uk