It’s true that I have a “regular” website, my so-called “main website,” which I first set up to sell my goods, in this case, men’s and women’s health products. It’s my workhorse, the source of most of my revenue. Most of my sales resulted from generic listings in the search engines, particularly Google.
The basics of blog posting are quite simple the idea is that you type up some quality content for someone’s blog. In return for helping the blog owner out with some good quality content you’ll get a link back to your website. Not only will this help you to get backlinks for SEO but it will also drive a ton of traffic to your site. Popular visit my website have thousands of RSS readers that are notified every time a blog post goes up. If they like your content they will check out your website. Guest posting isn’t a huge time cost but it can be an amazing way to get a ton of quality traffic.
Well to be honest there are a few rotten apples in the bushel, but aren’t there always? Some people of course are not happy with the way technology is changing lives and that’s ok, that’s their opinion. Usually those who aren’t happy with it don’t blog.
Before you learn how to make money with a blog you should understand both what a blog is and what it requires. Almost everyone likes to share their own personal point of view. People have a need to share information and personal point of views and blogs started as a way to do that. However as time passed, the use of blogs has expanded beyond that purpose.
If you post a lot of comments on a lot of blogs just trying to get links back to your site, and very few, if any, get approved, and the ones that do are by sites that suck…
The solution here relies solely in the hands of the search engines. It’s up to them to discount all these types of blogs as well as their links. Unfortunately, the many search engines still seem to eat this stuff up as legitimate.
Whatever the reason, I got sandboxed, the rug pulled out from underneath me; shiskobobbed. The high-ranking and sales that I was receiving from my site suddenly plummented.
What I had thought was the worse thing to happen turned out to be the best thing. Had Google not sandboxed me, I probably never would have discovered the awesome marketing power of blogs!