With the growth of blogs in the world of online marketing, website creation is changing a lot. Now websites are constantly updated and read more like newspapers than classic websites. There are blogs for every possible niche you could imagine. So how can you cash in on this growing web of blogs? In the following article I am going to talk about guest posting which is a great new way to get a ton of traffic to your website. Keep reading to now the best way to find blogs to guest post on and boost your traffic.
But how does any of this tie in to online profits? Well, one of the key aspects of blogs is that they are updated often. As such, search engines love to spider blogs. They also love the way information is organized on blogs, so blogs can quickly become quality search engine spider food. This translates to traffic, and if you’re smart enough to stuff your blog with links to your primary site, you can convert that traffic into sales.
OStyle. Many readers just love to see a gorgeous, well-written blog. Plenty of marketing blogs simply provide interesting content and nice graphics and do quite well in drawing readers and customers.
Imagine for a moment that we – this includes you reading this now – are all in this big, nice swimming pool together. We are relaxing, having a good time, enjoying each others company and we all have something in common. In this case, we all own professional profile and we all market to the same niche market.
Note that this approach is trial and error. Not every website you check out that links to your competitors will have dofollow comments. However, if the links are showing up for your competitor, there’s a chance you can get a link.
Getting to know you. The blog becomes a part of how you brand yourself. If people read it, they should feel like they are getting to know you and getting to know what your beliefs and values are. Imagine your best referral sources sending potential referrals to your blog as a way to help them get to know you deeper, faster. In this way your blog can be leverage – people are even more qualified if they call you or may already “know” you when you they make the referral call.
A blog entry was even used to catch a killer in May of 2005, when a person was blogging and mentioned in his blog that his sister’s boyfriend was at the house – right before he and his sister were murdered! Blogs have been used to figure out what caused people to commit suicide, and even to figure out why some people have committed crimes.
At the end of the day, deciding on whether or not you want to have a website or blog will depend on what your purpose is, your skill level, and budget. Visit blogs to see what they look like and how they are structured and do the same with websites. Then decide what will work best for you and what you want to achieve.