I love blogs and blogging, but with all good things, especially those online, it comes with a whole new host of problems. Search engines love blogs and therefore so do spammers. Spammers love blogs only because blog spamming techniques work, thanks to the search engines and bloggers themselves.
Readers always look for contents and topics that are very useful to them. Those that are not are useless. That is why in creating business card topics should not be pertinent long time ago. It should always be fresh! It should always be pertinent in the present times. Yet, no matter how we consider our blogs as fresh after a few days or weeks they are already overripe. Thus, blogs should always be updated for readers to keep coming back. This could be an avenue for you to invite them to visit your site. More to that, the more traffic you can get in your blogs, the faster you can build your list.
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 already have a website, adding a blog can help you get more visitors who are interested in you because you will be writing about your area of expertise. And since the search engines love websites that are tightly focused and updated often, your site can move up quickly in the search rankings.
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.
OStyle. Many readers just love to see a gorgeous, well-written blog. Plenty of marketing blogs simply provide interesting content and nice graphics and do quite well in drawing readers and customers.
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?
Don’t let anyone try to tell you that the bottom is falling out of web marketing. The awesome growth and popularity of Blogs shows that they could not be more wrong.