Internet Marketing Tools – Ping Your Blogs For Search Engine Attention

Spiritual Blogs are needed online because at the core of all failure is a lack of spiritual awareness of who we are. If more people that know the truth would start spiritual blogs, more people will stop chasing money and just accept the blessing that is their God Birth Right.

In your Web surfing, you may have noticed that not only do news sites have business, but many other sites are also jumping onto the blog bandwagon. Blogs are becoming the new “must have” of the Web world.

Very carefully select your blog categories. This strongly depends on the blogging software you use, but at some point your posts will get archived into categories. This is a very powerful feature, because it’s like having a subdirectory or a subdomain on your website containing text about the same (sub)topic. You therefore should select your categories carefully.

If you’re a product-based business, always make sure they actually feature products on the blog before you pitch something. If they do, check their About section, their Contact section, and/or look for a Review Policy section. Most blogs that accept product reviews or features list the information on how to pitch to them somewhere on the site.

That said, for people who are very technical, there is software that will locate dofollow blogs, but I’m not terribly technical and so it’s beyond my abilities and inclination. Apparently it involves using proxies and software called scrapebox, but I’ve never bothered. If this approach appeals to you, then I suggest researching it further.

While that explains some of the social aspect of it, the journal aspect is no longer the sole reason people start blogs. Creating a blog is an inexpensive and relatively easy way to get started online. People, companies, businesses, writers are adding blogs as a way to keep people informed. Many are using blogs as a way to add a bit more income.

The pay for freelance blogging gigs varies, as you might expect. At the top end of the market large companies and blog networks pay $1000 (and more) a week, while at the low end of the market small businesses offer around $50 dollars a week.

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.