Hello all! Today we discuss internet blogs. Over the past 2 to 3 years internet blogs have ventured into a whole array of companies. It seems that everyone is trying to get one. Though the question should really be are they really helping and what can they do for a company? Today we are going to discuss both personal and business blogs.
Interactive, Dynamic and Worthy – online 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.
Why does this happen, you ask? There are almost as many theories as there are SEO (Search Engine Optimization) experts. Many believe that this probation period is not related to the sites themselves, but to their links. It is believed that back link (pure link popularity) credit is placed in a reserve for a period of time (2-4 months) before it is applied to ranking and has an effect. The theory behind this is to combat PR (Page Rank) purchasers from dominating PR from the beginning. It is meant to deter spam websites.
A friend of mine (an author) just chalked up a huge publicity campaign for her book where her motto was “no outlet is too small.” She wrote guest posts, participated in interviews, and sent review copies of her book to anyone and everyone that was interested.
When you search for WoW related online blogs or blogs that mention World of Warcraft, you might find that there are so many, you don’t know how you will keep up with all of them or go through them properly. This is why you can make use of helpful features such as RSS feeds. This will allow you to view all of your favorite WoW blogs through a feed reader to scan the headlines first and see what you want to read over.
blogs in general are simply diaries or logs of daily or moment to moment activity, quite simply a journal of sorts. Although lately read my profile have become a great way to share your opinion or simply share knowledge with others, in personal or social life as well as in a business environment. It has become a way to have fun, feel close, or even become reachable in all sorts of situations.
I started blogging in March of 2004. I have certainly gained the benefits described above. Beyond those, I have made new connections with potential colleagues and collaborators who have found my blog and sent me comments, feedback or questions.
So if this is the first time you’ll ever make a blog for yourself, you don’t have to think twice. There are many free blog sites over the internet that you can possibly start with. Try to learn the ins and outs of blogging. After you have had the feel of it, you should be ready to get things working for you!