Having multiple blogs to promote different kinds of products or services looks interesting. Unfortunately many bloggers have failed to get the profits that they desired from their multiple web logs. Very often blog owners who manage just a few blogs can earn much more money than the ones who have a “blog empire”. There are several reasons why this contradiction could have happened.
First of all, you need to pick an interesting, unique, or lucrative niche. This can be any subject that you know people are already looking for answers. An easy and very effective way to do this is to use Google’s AdWords Keyword tool. It’s not a good idea to focus on a niche that you are not very interested in, because you may find it difficult to go writing about. It is better if you choose to focus on a single niche that you already love writing about and that you are somewhat knowledgeable about. Doing so is much like picking the online blogs battles that you could win over.
Understand what a blog is and how blogs have become so popular. A blog (short for web log), is a personal website updated frequently with links, commentary and anything else you want to write about. New items go on top and older items flow down the page. Blogs can be political journals and/or personal diaries; they can focus on one narrow subject or range across a plethora of topics.
I committed to doing all these things, but in the meaintime, what about my website and the products that I was trying to sell, the money I was hoping to make?
So, while I’m waiting to climb out of Google’s sandbox, I have an ace in the hole and another up my sleeve that is continuing to make sales for me – my blog. Unknowingly, I had stumbled upon one of the best ways to get my products out there before the buying public.
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Interactive, Dynamic and Worthy – Blogs are very dynamic masterpieces and interactive too. You can see your blog immediately as you post it. Unlike ezines, newsletters and forums, blogs present a meticulous picture on any issue. Moreover, a blogger has freedom to express on sundry topics as well.
And don’t forget to tweet out the link as soon as you post something on your blog. Twitter is an amazing promotional tool whereby almost anything goes. And don’t forget to be responsive to RTs (ReTweets on twitter), SHARES on Facebook and comments in blogs. The more responsive you are, the more friends you make. Remember, friends is a very big thing when it comes to promoting a blog.