Promote a blog? Why would a person do that? If you don’t know the answer to that question, maybe you shouldn’t have a blog. The purpose of having an online blog is to record your opinions, thoughts and views on a given topic, subject of issue. The blog becomes useless if no one every reads it. In addition to sharing your opinion with the world, a blog can also be used to make money. By adding links to affiliate programs or Google AdSense ads you can start making some money. If you are making money with your blog, you will definitely want to promote it.
Try and link to other related blog posts across the internet to enhance your viewership. The much more interconnected your blog site becomes the higher opportunity there’s that an individual surfing the web will stumble across your Streaming. Therefore, it’s vitally essential that you just link your blog to related blogs.
The third strategy to drive traffic to your blog is to write content with a purpose that will compel your visitors to read your posts. Studies have shown that you have about 6 seconds to capture a reader’s attention. Therefore, your first sentence needs to hit home to the reader. If you use this article as an example, you noticed that my first sentence is focused on bloggers, so I speak to them personally. I also tried to add a little humor (don’t know if it worked though).
Use Your Web Site and E-Newsletter – If you have a web site for your business, add your blog link to your home page in a prominent spot. Invite your web site visitors to pay a visit to your blogging site. If you send out a e-newsletter to your clients and customers, make sure you link is included in every issue.
The only way for a blog writer to create exceptional blog posts is to ideate and reflect deeply with a fresh mind. Write about situations around you, scenarios in surroundings, something of your interest or anything abstract. You will then see true creativity sprout out.
If you find this confusing or overwhelming, take a deep breath and don’t panic. Free online blog hosting solutions such as Blogger and WordPress are good places to start. Many a successful blog uses these services and even if you ultimately want a blog on your own domain, these services will stand you in good stead until you are ready to try more technically demanding solutions. You will learn as you go along, your skills and your knowledge will grow, but only by doing.
Link Exchanges – Search out and find similar sites to your own. Contact those site owners and ask them to exchange links with you. You will add their links to your ongoing blog roll or link list.
In conclusion, this brings to an end my 10 rules of radical blogging. Now I know I have stepped on some toes, I know I have challenged the views of many; I know I stirred the waters of conventional wisdom. So I am going to level the playing field here. If you feel I have contradicted your views or principles; then feel free to shoot me through your comments. I am prepared to take your bullets and also respond with mine, so let’s begin.