Buying a new baby stroller is a simple affair right? You just go down to the local stroller mart and grab the first and cheapest thing that suits your fancy. Isn’t that the right way to pickup a new stroller? After all, it’s just a stroller, right?
Literally millions of online blogs on every topic. Create a blog around your favorite hobby or create a review blog around products and services that you tried. Give some honest feedback on the products.
Let’s say you are an insurance agent. You have expertise in life insurance and a specific set of benefits you bring to your Clients. A blog gives you a platform to talk about the latest ideas related to life insurance and life planning. You can give Clients (and potential Clients) tips and checklists. You can give them new ideas. You can relate the latest news to your products and services. The ideas are endless; these are just meant to be a start.
These are great “in between” posts since they are so short. They are normally between 250 and 450 words, (an exception to the 500-750 words your usual follow me should be). Just find a great bit of new information to share with your audience and post it as a quick tip. The tip should be focused on one key area of a niche and give just enough detail to answer a problem or make life easier for the reader.
A few years ago the difference between these two Internet platforms was greater online blogs than it is today yet what made them different then does the same now.
So I remain with my hand raised on “hating blogs”. And I fully admit I continue to blog. The lesson that I have learned is that no web technology should be ignored when it becomes mainstay. If you are serious about adding credibility to your business then setting up a blog should also be part of the plan.
Nofollow links in a comment do not pass PageRank while dofollow do. Now, there’s an ongoing debate whether nofollow links help SEO. Some webmasters claim that nofollow links do help SEO while other webmasters say otherwise.
There are many reasons why blogging has become popular so quickly, and why blogs will continue to be part of the online environment. No business can afford to ignore blogging, and this means that for the foreseeable future, blogging is a brilliant new market for freelance writers.