About Ninja Space Content

Ninja Space Content is a content marketing business and runs several websites with the following affiliate ad integrations: Google ads, ebay ads, Amazon Affiliate ads, Commission Junction and Shareasale.com.

I will share all of my website building knowledge here on this website for any beginner or novice who is striving to learn to create their own website. You don't have to be a graphic artist or web developer to build a simple website! I was not one when I created my very first website but I did learn a lot along the way. The very first website I created was in 2008 and now I run several websites which include a few mom blogs and a couple of travel-related websites. Some of them make more money than others and I'll share what I've learned under Blogger Tips.
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Affiliate Ads - monetizing your website or blog with affiliate links or ads (just like this website, my links to resources and recommendations may allow me to earn a commission from each sale)
Blogger Tips - what I learned along the way for the past 10 years
Domain and Hosting - list of companies you could use to buy your domain and host it and Content Management Systems you can use for your website or blog
Website Management - after creating your website, there are free tools you can utilize to index your website and track your traffic
Website Expenses - see how much building and running a website can cost and how social media can help you grow your traffic
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Note: my links to resources and recommendations may allow me to earn a commission from each sale.
When I first started my very first website in 2008, a blogger was not even a thing or occupation. Blogging about your daily life was just considered typing a journal entry, even if it was online.

It's been amazing to see the evolution of website building and how social media can play a huge role in growing a website or blog. Every day, new bloggers join the online space and we're getting more knowledgeable in areas we never knew we could learn about before. People are turning to the internet or online, instead of the library to learn a new subject or build a DIY project.

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