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Saturday, 24 January 2009

Earn Money Blogging

Creating A Blog For Your Business Can Help You Increase Your Profits


One of the more searched for terms among the major search engines is "blog". The word blog is meant to describe a web log, or online journal, that is used to post personal thoughts on the products and services offered by your business. A blog can also be used to make announcements to your customers and provide them a place to give feedback and make comments. You may include any information you desire in your posts to your blog that are related to your line of business. Articles, questions, and opinions are all appropriate blogging subjects.


Starting a blog is simple and there are several blogging tools available to you. Some are free to use and other, more powerful blogging tools can be found for a small monthly fee. In general, blogging tools are user friendly and do not require the knowledge of HTML or complex computer skills. Creating a blog can give your business increased visibility and give your subscribers a forum in which to receive product updates, advice on how to effectively use your products, and post questions or comments about your line of business. To bring your blog to the attention of your target audience, you can link your blog to other blogs, include links to your blog in newsletters or on your web site, and you may even want to include a link to your blog in your email signature.


Blogging can help you increase your profits due to increased visibility, which will undoubtedly lead to increased web site traffic and lead to you earn money blogging. Make sure to only include pertinent information about your niche or line of business in your blog. Most bloggers are happy to link their blog to those belonging to others. The sharing of information and ability to post thoughts and comments makes for a winning situation for all concerned. Starting a blog for your business can be a great way to help you increase your profits and share important information with the public.



For more information about home based business contact Nell Taliercio at http://www.mommysplace.net

Tuesday, 20 January 2009

Blogging For Money Online - a Few Tips

There are numerous mistakes people manage to do while they try to blog their way to financial freedom.. Here are just some that I've observed..(The simple step of succes: Doing the OPPOSITE of what everyone who fails at trying to do the excact same thing you are trying to..)

1. Make it obvious that they are only blogging for cash.(Post about dailyday things, like your mood, the weather, a book you like. Not just "I seriously LOVE this new product!!" or such)

2. Putting lots and lots of ads all over, seeming to think that it'll magically force the visitors to click..(Place a maximum of 2-3 ads on your page, preferrably on the sides, or in a link section..)

3. Blogging about terms that pays the most in google adsense, following trends, and doing like everyone else.(Rather search for the highest paying keywords for things you are interested in (and capable of) writiing about.

4. Getting traffic to their blog at the wrong places.. (F. ex. Exchanges featuring high click-through rates..P.S. What you want are: Interested, targeted visitors, that'll return to your blog again and again, and perhaps even make a link to yours it on their own).
To get targeted visitors for free, you can for example.
Find blog owners owning a blog in your blog's category and link with them.
Or you can use category-based blog exchanges, like:
Blogsoldiers (A big plus: Surfing sites in your blog's category makes it easy to get "link exchange partners.)

5. Having non-original content. (What you want is having quality original content that perhaps even gets republished on other sites with your link on.)

How to get original content:

Post it yourself, Don't cover other peoples work, don't write on a topic thats swarming around on every other blog in the world (Unless you can make it unique) and for gods sake, don't even think of stealing other people's content and post it as your own.



Ragnar T. Miljeteig Is an part-time internet marketer with 2 years of experience, mostly using free tools.
http://marketersp.blogspot.com is his blog.

Wednesday, 14 January 2009

Blogging for Fun and Profit

When it comes to making money, what can possibly beat a job you like? Nothing, that's what.

And when it comes to writing about your online business, what could be more fun than blogging?

A timid voice pipes up from the back of the room at this point. "If you please, Sir," it virtually squeaks, "what's a blog?"

There are as many variations on the blog as there are bloggers. But to put it simply, a blog (or a web log, usually spelled weblog) is a space on the web that can be used to record thoughts, day by day.

Blogging can be used as a personal journal or as a space for like-minded people to come and collaborate, bouncing ideas off of each other. Online blogging can also be used for personal rants and journalistic critiques, to collect things such as recipes or to register memos to one's family.

Blogging can also be used to put your online business over the top.

Online blogging only really came into its own about five years ago. Since its humble beginnings as a private online cache of comments, helpful hints, raves and thinly disguised personal ads, the online blog has mushroomed geometrically to become a marketing tool worth reading up on for every internet based home business.

Let's take a look at some specific advantages blogging brings to online home business opportunities:

Money, money, money!

You're in business to make money. Blogging online can be used to generate interest on a number of levels. A popular blog, with persistent managers, can actually sell advertising space and link to products and services. In this way, online blogging is simply one of the best all-around tools for the affiliate marketing home business.

Interactivity!

It's as if you were time-warped back to the 1950's, and you were invited into the home of a stranger to tell them anything you wished to tell. In that simpler time, people loved to interact, and it's the same today. The hands-on, personal feel of an online blog creates an atmosphere of almost automatic trust, and, subliminally, sets up its writers as experts. Used wisely, these advantages can help sell any product or service.

Flexibility!

This interactive position allows for the utmost flexibility in stance and reactivity, not to mention the possibility of remaining on the cutting edge of developments in your field, worldwide.

A Hand Up!

As your online blog grows, and you continue to interact with more and more people, you will find your online business prospect list growing. You will also feel a friendly bond with the people you interact with. That's fun!

The energy flow and influx of leads and information will infuse your home business with a life all its own. And the life force of a properly nourished online blog can become an awe-inspiring outward spiral.

After all...online, the sky's the limit!

NOTE: You have full permission to reprint this article within your website or newsletter as long as you leave the article fully intact and include the "About The Author" resource box. Thanks! :-)


About The Author:

Paul Majestyck is a successful ezine publisher and online marketer, visit his blog at http://www.makeafortuneonthenet.com/blog/, packed with strategies and tips for operating a successful online home business.Sign-up free for "Marketing Strategies that EMPOWER Success", mailto: eNetStreamss@getresponse.com.


Friday, 9 January 2009

Earn Money Blogging

Creating A Blog For Your Business Can Help You Increase Your Profits

One of the more searched for terms among the major search engines is "blog". The word blog is meant to describe a web log, or online journal, that is used to post personal thoughts on the products and services offered by your business. A blog can also be used to make announcements to your customers and provide them a place to give feedback and make comments. You may include any information you desire in your posts to your blog that are related to your line of business. Articles, questions, and opinions are all appropriate blogging subjects.

Starting a blog is simple and there are several blogging tools available to you. Some are free to use and other, more powerful blogging tools can be found for a small monthly fee. In general, blogging tools are user friendly and do not require the knowledge of HTML or complex computer skills. Creating a blog can give your business increased visibility and give your subscribers a forum in which to receive product updates, advice on how to effectively use your products, and post questions or comments about your line of business. To bring your blog to the attention of your target audience, you can link your blog to other blogs, include links to your blog in newsletters or on your web site, and you may even want to include a link to your blog in your email signature.

Blogging can help you increase your profits due to increased visibility, which will undoubtedly lead to increased web site traffic and lead to you earn money blogging. Make sure to only include pertinent information about your niche or line of business in your blog. Most bloggers are happy to link their blog to those belonging to others. The sharing of information and ability to post thoughts and comments makes for a winning situation for all concerned. Starting a blog for your business can be a great way to help you increase your profits and share important information with the public.



For more information about home based business contact Nell Taliercio at http://www.mommysplace.net

Monday, 5 January 2009

Effective Blogging - How to Get Wealthy Blogging

"THERE are two kinds of knowledge. One is general, the other is specialized. General knowledge, no matter how great in quantity or variety it may be, is of but little use in the accumulation of money."

Web Blogs are online diaries made up of short frequently updated posts. In addition, they are inexplicably popular.

Steve Pavlina's Blog, dedicated to helping you make conscious decisions in your personal development and courageously follow through on them is a good example of a very popular Blog. In February 2005, this site received about 86,000 visitors, in January 2006 about 715,000, and today Steve's Blog receives over 1 million page views each month and is ranked by Technorati as one of the Top 500 Blogs in the world.

It is listed in nearly every search engine because of spider food. New content is added almost every single day. We will discuss that later.

One key advantage of Blogs is that they are easy to update. The other side is that surfers will expect you to update your site very frequently. If you do not they will go somewhere else.

When you sign up for a Blog or create one on your own site use part of the name or a similar name to the name of the sponsor program you are promoting unless it is against the sponsors T.O.S.

This blog, http://www.Marketing-Tipps.blogspot.com, showed up in the Search Engines in 3 days. It is not even in the top 10 for most search engine terms yet it consistently produces income, mostly AdSense.

But when you create your Blog or Blogs it is really important that you pick a niche that you know and understand. Ask yourself: Would and does my Blog appeal to me? Is there something about it that excites me?
If not, you need to go back to the drawing board.

When you create your Blog, let us say about "mp3 players", and its posts use the galleries and Urls from your sponsors. If they come with a description, use them. If you have a choice between short or long descriptions use the long ones. This is your spider food.

However, do not add them all to the Blog at one time. Add them 7 to 10 at a time. Set you up a schedule. Every second or third day add more. If your sponsor does not have a lot of galleries to use you're going to have to use several sponsors for each of your Blogs to keep them updated on a regular basis. After 10-15 days when the first posts are buried well out of site repeat them. You are after surfers coming from Search Engines and you are laying down spider food. It is a lot like fishing. You are putting out bait both for the surfer and for the spiders or bots from the Search Engines

Moreover, it is very important that you think about Spider Food. Use descriptions for each of your content with your Blogs name in them. If for example you are promoting Asian content, use many related names in the entries you make on your Blog. This is very important.
Go to Google and type in for example "mp3 players"

Write down all the related key words you find on your notepad and as you make entries in your Blog weave these words into your entries. Over the next few weeks, when you do entries work these keywords into your posts. Repeat them. Yes, repeat them. Repeat them and often. When the search engine surfer comes to your Blog looking for an mp3 player he is not going to set there for the most part and read your posts. He is going to go for the links that lead to mp3 player. Therefore, what you really need to keep in your mind is getting him there.

The quality of Search Engine Traffic is high. Although at first you will not get a large quantity of traffic from Search Engines the traffic the quality of the traffic you do get is very high.

When you get your Blog up on the web, there are three places you need to submit it to. The two major search engines Google, Yahoo, and BLOGGERNITY.COM, which is a Blog Directory. Hand Submit your Blog to these three places. Once BLOGGERNITY listed your Blog, go there and vote for yourself. Sign up there for a free account and write a review of your Blog. It does not have to be anything fancy. Just write how you want the surfer to feel about and see your Blog.


Networking!

Make a list of the other Blogs at BLOGGERNITY and contact the owners of those sites (as many as you can). Write them a short email and ask them to do a link exchange with you. Most of them will.

It is very important that you use careful strategy and monitoring in promoting your blog. Use the referrers' script so that you will know what is going on. Keep a paper record of what you are doing.

By now if you have followed the examples I have given, you know how to set up your Blog and how to get traffic to it. If you follow it, you can make money.

Again Steve Pavlina: His Blog, http://www.stevepavlina.com/blog/, is making $4,700/month with AdSense solely based on the following ten principles:

1. Create valuable content.
2. Create original content.
3. Create timeless content.
4. Write for human beings first, computers second.
5. Know why you want a high-traffic site.
6. Let your audience see the real you.
7. Write what is true for you, and learn to live with the consequences.
8. Treat your visitors like real human beings.
9. Keep money in its proper place.
10. If you forget the first nine suggestions, just focus on genuinely helping people, and the rest will take care of itself.

This business model is fascinating. I obviously did not invent it, but I am certainly enjoying the ride. It is incredibly simple, much simpler than running any other business is. The risk is virtually zilch, and there is no overhead aside from web hosting (assuming you already own a computer and have internet access). There is no selling, no products, no customers, no order processing, no fraud, no inventory, no shipping, and no deadlines. And yet you earn income 24/7.




Anton Linner works as a consultant and internet marketer, focused on marketing
Please visit: http://www.marketing-tipps.blogspot.com
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