Blogging Guidelines That Will Enhance Your Online Success – Part 2

Bloggers often worry as to whether or not they are using the best blogging software. You can see the question raised endlessly in places like LinkedIn and other social networks, including Twitter. People who are new to blogging also wonder which is the best system to use. So, they may go to review sites which list the best blogging programs and services to find out more. You’ll also find that midway through their blogging career, people change blogging software in order to move to something “better”.

It’s advisable that you won’t rush into earning money as soon as you set up your blog. You need to build your reputation first. Learning the basic of SEO is a key factor for your success in blogging. Rushing into something will always bring injuries or failures when it comes to setting up a successful blog. Of course you can always add ads to your blog the first day you have it. This is to avoid misleading your readers of thinking that your website is ad-free.

But don’t just limit yourself to Google! Search anywhere people can talk about you– Follow my blog, news sources, forums, social media sites, etc. Making a plan to ensure you control page one of Google’s results and other sites was the most important part of taking control of our online presence and turning our reputation around. If this seems too daunting or you find you don’t have the time manage Google’s first page of results, you may want to hire a reputation manager to help you get this fine tuned like we did.

Probably the best way to gain traffic and exposure, blogging has fully emerged. For those of you not too clear on what a blog (also called weblog) is, it is basically a personal journal on the web–well, actually that was the idea in mind when it first started; people simply wanted a community in cyberspace.

Popularity. Don’t pick a topic that doesn’t get more than a thousand searches per day. Even though you can make money with less traffic, if you’re going to spend time working on a project, think long term — as long as you stick to the plan, you’ll be fine.

Not getting their product in front of enough potential buyers is the number one reason people do not make money online. If you have ever searched for something to purchase online yourself you know how many websites there can be.

Sites like ehow pay good money for articles each month. A person just submits the articles once and is paid on a monthly basis ranging between $100 and $150. The articles should match up with what people search for the most on search engines; this creates a stream of people reading your articles and you are paid a commission per view.

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.