Stop me if I’m wrong, but your online reputation is both one of the most important things to take care of and seemingly one of the most daunting. Maybe you gave a great handle on your company’s online reputation; but as soon as you think you do there’s another website or trend to catch up on. And if you’re not a tech-savvy person who watches this all the time, how do you keep a handle on it?
There are several revenue sharing sites that share their revenue with their writers. They will place Google ads around your articles and when someone clicks you get a percentage. Most sites pay 50%. Some pay less and some pay more. A few great revenue sharing sites are ehow, triond, flixya, helium and associated content. If you write enough articles you can make a decent side income.
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Now that you have your list of blogs you are ready to start contacting blog owners and asking them if they’re interested in having guest posters. In your e-mail explain that you have some great articles that would work great with their blog. Ask them to e-mail you back for more details. Not everyone will respond but those who do will be interested. I like to e-mail about three blog owners a day so I don’t get overwhelmed with responses. Make it a habit of doing this and you should be writing guest posts in no time. Just remember when you’re writing your post that you are offering really good content. The better the content the better the response you will get from the readers.
The free marketing methods may seem like the hardest, but they’re also the absolute best. It’s going to take a decent amount of real work to get a good amount of traffic online. It will take some time, but in the end it always pays off.
If you have online blogs a niche blog that provides useful information you can attract targeted traffic from the search engines. With this traffic you find people that are searching for the solution to a problem and, since they are actively looking for information on your topic, they will be more likely to click through to an advertisers site. Let the advertiser try to further monetize the traffic by selling a product or service. You simply act as a middle man between the search engine and advertiser and provide the client with traffic.
With blogs, size doesn’t always matter. If a blog has thousands and thousands of readers, that doesn’t mean it’ll be a slam dunk for you. Look at the comments section of the blog to see if people are actually providing feedback.
Just remember that in order for you to accomplish this, you must first concentrate on establishing your reputation as a blogger. You can do this by providing valuable and creative information to your readers. When you are the type of blogger who writes literary pieces, make sure to present unique ideas.