By help you mean tech related guides, software, etc?
Also, imho there are already tooooo many IT, SEO, SEM resources online with the obvious monopolists like Techcrunch, Mashable, Wired, and the other big boys
Back to the topic - if you want to make money and claim your niche on the market, you have to give something valuable to the people first.
Take nster.com for example.
Originally, it was an IT company that has decided to make a free tool to help people grow their websites.
So it has made a widget that allows websites to do different traffic operations (buying/selling/exchanging) or simply rotate their best content on their website to increase pageviews and engagement of the audience.
Due to the absence of the price tag and the way widget blends in any website's design, this small side project has now grown in the full scale department within the company.
Or take a look at Unbounce - they have started off as a self-service marketing tool, but now they have just a wonderful set of resources to help SEO & SEM folks to make page, write content, etc.
Also, their blog is amazing.
If you want to make money online, at some point you have to give something for free so people will recognize you and start working with you.