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.
Make it easy for people to sign up for your email list by offering valuable content and outstanding incentives (Here’s two posts on incentives or “carrots” for your landing pages, and these work well on Workout, too!). Once you have an initial set of content offerings on your business blog, you can include excerpts and links in your email newsletters so that the people on your list are encouraged to click through to see content that interests them.
For a while I was using the Privacy Settings to give business acquaintances a very limited access version of my profile; now I just point them to LinkedIn.
It is easy to set up- Getting a blog up is much easier than learning how to build a website and upload it to your server. This fact will allow you to get a website up in a matter of days or hours depending on your current skills. There is no value to your online blogs real estate until it is up and alive on the internet. The fact that you can get a site up this quickly allows you to get your business up and running very quickly. A blog also allows you to start very small and simple and then make improvements along the way. The key is to get your site online as soon as possible. This allows you to start developing a readership very quickly and at a very low cost.
The term “blog” is the short form of web-log. Blogs started off as an online application. It allowed blog users to write about Business profiles their day’s activities personal thoughts and opinions and shared their views. The blogs mass appeal grew quickly and soon there are hundreds of people blogging for money. Blogs are unlike websites in that contents are uploaded in real time. Websites take a lot of time and energy to complete.
Remember many have been here before and not many had survived in this business. Either they brought in the wrong kind of content and they had no traffic to their websites or they never had enough patience and humility to their business grow from scratch into a success story.
Paid consultations – Just like being a speaker in a seminar, having paid consultations is an indirect way to do blogging for profits. Through your blogs, you establish your expertise and credibility on a subject matter. This way, some people will look forward to consulting with you about their concerns.
Do not talk about sex openly or tease for you never know who is watching. Keep your personal information to yourself. If you are going to meet with someone on line you really like, do it with a group in a public place. Being a social butterfly is not a bad thing you just have to be careful of what you post and who you are chatting with. Parents please remember to let them know your door is always open and that you promise to listen and not yell!