Because I am transcribing the write-up about how do blogs make money, I’ve realized that a lot of my readers and close friends have no idea that bloggers have the ability to make money; a lot of money with blogs. Interestingly, most bloggers assume that readers currently know how do blogs make money. That same realization was the inspiration for me to use blogging systems. Just how do blogs make money? Read on…
If you choose to create an online blogs account with http://www.blogger.com , bear in mind that the service is owned by Google, which is undoubtedly the biggest and most used search engine in the world. Blogger accounts figure prominently well in relevant searches with Google and MSN. What does this mean? Well, your blog has a better chance of appearing at a higher position in search engine results, hence, once a user visits your blog site and sees your main website’s links in its entries, there is a very high likelihood that you’d snag some new visitors.
However. What if you took the time to find good blogs, with good content and that is complimentary to your own blog; and you took time to actually read their article and leave a genuinely good comment related to the subject, what are your chances of getting that comment approved?
Web 2.0 websites are also toting a new sense of web design style! Those hues of blues and oranges, shiny reflective, yet simple buttons, and CSS driven templates, give the web new standards. Your website should definitely implement these new trends, and if they don’t OUTSOURCE a project to a programmer. Ask him to style your website with CSS 2.0! It shouldn’t be very expensive at all.
A lot of people are interested in finding out more things about playing poker. You can use your own experience to create informative posts. Remember that visitors want to learn something useful from your blogs. This is what will keep them coming back. There are a lot of poker blogs online and this is why you need to make yours unique. Try to make your content easy to read and to understand. Use a simple sentences and make your content readible. Imagine you are talking to some friends.
Oh, I’ve had a bunch of check it out cover my business, but I got no sales. Bloggers are just looking for free stuff anyway. Plus I can’t afford to send them samples or waste my time writing guest posts. Enough with these little guys, I’m ready for the big leagues.
I started blogging in March of 2004. I have certainly gained the benefits described above. Beyond those, I have made new connections with potential colleagues and collaborators who have found my blog and sent me comments, feedback or questions.
So if this is the first time you’ll ever make a blog for yourself, you don’t have to think twice. There are many free blog sites over the internet that you can possibly start with. Try to learn the ins and outs of blogging. After you have had the feel of it, you should be ready to get things working for you!