Commenting on blogs to increase backlinks to your blog is nothing new. People have left comments on blogs for this very reason for, well, just about as long as blogging has existed. Unfortunately, due to bad blogging information, automated blog commenting applications, and leaving the incorrect comments on the incorrect sites – leaving comments on blogs to increase backlinks is quickly becoming a dead practice.
The more blogs that you own, the more bait you can throw into the ocean. By having many sites you can try to build each up to the point where it is earning $1 – $20 per day. This is much more easily achievable than creating a single super blog and expecting it to the same.
The next step is marketing your blogs. You can do this by joining various forums. Most forums or discussion boards allow you to have a signature with a link. Try to post interesting comments. This will make people curios to visit your blogs. The worst thing you can do is to invite people to read your Food via email. This is considered to be spam. All you have to do is to get involved in discussions. Share your comments and ask questions.
However, our markets are congruent with each other and compliment each other. In other words, we all mutually benefit from what we each deliver (separately ) to the same market; we are not competitors.
Visit different sites. Check out the sites for yourself. Choose what you like and don’t like. Some will feel really right to you and others not so much.
In 1997 the term weblog became famous and in 1999 the term blog was online blogs made. In 1999 there were only 100 web diaries and in 2005 there was a remarkable 50,000,000 started; long way from were they started, do not you think?
Blogs were originally set up so that people had a place on the Internet where they could create sort of an online diary or journal. They had a place to tell their stories and share with their friends and families. Now, of course, we’ve got social networking sites like Facebook, which is easy to use and performs all the functions most social blogs were created for.
In summary, if you do nothing else but find a product to market, create a site, attract customers, and then promote the heck out of your merchandise, you will make money online. This is true for all beginners!