Everywhere you look, more and more people are jumping aboard the video blogging bandwagon. Matt Cutts, Google’s own SEO expert, has done quite a few video blog posts lately. Just this morning, I read a post at Problogger about blogging tutorials – in video format, called Tubetorial. Some are saying that video blogging is the future of blogging, and that one day that will be the only way to read blogs.
As I indicated above, one could be scared of over-monetizing. But no one really could do that. Even sites with massive ads in comparison to content can have good conversion rates. It all deals with being relevant for visitors. Appearing in such a way as not to offend – yet still in such a way that it attracts the much-wanted clicks from visitors to your blog.
The first thing one needs to do before any blogging or business web development begins, is to define your purpose and objectives. Are you starting a personal blog for family and friends to share, making a political blog to speak your mind, or wanting to advertise your services and products with a business website? Are you just wanting to experiment, or are you in for the long haul?
You’ll find all sorts of arguments from so-called “experts” who can explain in great detail why WordPress is better than Blogger, or why TypePad is superior to Joomla. You can even find plausible arguments for saying why you should ignore all kinds of blogging for fun services and have bespoke software developed specifically for your needs.
Creating a video blog isn’t as straightforward as regular blogging. With an ordinary blog, you just have to be able to type in a regular post. But with vblogging, you’ll need to have access to a good computer that can work with movie programs as well as a camera that can take video as well as snapping shots.
Just what exactly is New content everyday? Blog is the widely used term that refers to web log. In a nutshell, a blog is like an online journal. A blog could be set up to no cost at all, and can be used for just for the fun of it or most importantly for business reasons.
The topic or niche you select is really important. Otherwise, you can select a niche, spend many hours of effort building your blog and creating great posts, and the result is that you may get very little traffic. The lack of visitors to your blog may not be that important if you are simply blogging for fun, or for the purpose of delivering a message to a particular audience such as political in nature.
Beware of “Web Optimization Specialists” who promise to make your site number one in Google instantly. Unfortunately, the gorilla methods they employ usually violate search engine rules and can lead to you getting banned. And that is not good.