Because of curiosity and my love of all things Internet related, more than three years ago I attended a bloggers’ get together. When asked if I had a blog, my answer was that “I do so much writing already, why would I ever need or enjoy creating a blog?” Since that memorable evening I read a few blogs, but still felt no desire to have one of my own. And then, it happened! I was bombarded by glowing reports of the importance of and marketing payoffs of having a blog.
When you do this search you’ll discover blog posts that list blogs that enable dofollow comments. The problem with these blog lists is you’re not the only person commenting on these blogs. Worse yet, usually once the SEO community discovers a blog is dofollow, there’s an ambush of spam comments (called spamments). When this happens, many webmasters turn comments to nofollow. My point is many blogs on these lists available to all are usually nofollow by the time you discover the blogs.
Let me share to you some of my ideas in making blogs useful in list building business. This might help know how to create powerful blogs that would translate to expand your list.
You may now start to wonder how you can use your blogs and articles to generate passive income. Like I previously mentioned, you can in fact start a residual income if you know how to use blogging and article marketing the right way. However, it does take some practice. It can be very easy if you are passionate about blogging or writing articles. All you have to do is have a plan to put into action, and stay focused about it. Here are some ideas on how you could do exactly this, and start making some serious money online through your articles and blogs.
For advanced Internet entrepreneurs, this is a wonderful opportunity to have dozens and even hundreds of articles. Blogging platforms like WordPress have made the entire process very easy and almost free.
Well, even as good as this comment is, what if it is from a site that is not congruent with my market? Or, what if their site has no page rank, traffic, etc; etc?
But I always assumed that most bloggers would be like me and have some sort of comment approval policy in place. But then I forget, there are a lot of people running blogs for personal stuff and they simply don’t understand the whole spamming thing. So blog spammers take advantage of the ignorance of these bloggers and blast them with junk comments. And if their blogging software doesn’t use the nofollow tag in links then they just got themselves a link that some search engines (coughMSNcoughYahoo!cough) would record as valuable.
Creative bloggers that know how to manage their time can successful manage multiple blogs and keep them all running successfully. If a blogger cannot keep up with all their blogs, they may have to make a decision to bring in help or get rid of one blog.