Blogging is a great way to make money online. Blogs tend to perform well in the search engines and they are easy to promote. Writing new content and updating your blog on a regular basis is key. You provide new content for your readers and the search engines. If you have good quality information, then you can find yourself with a good following of loyal readers that will subscribe to your RSS feed and read your blog regularly.
There are hundreds of thousands of people looking for “shortcuts” and “tips” and “hacks” to getting “free traffic” to make their journey to an online income easier. Of course, making money online is simple.
However our markets are online blogs congruent with each other and compliment each other. In other words, we all mutually benefit from what we each deliver (individually) to the same market; we’re not competitors.
Don’t buy the so-called “black hat” blogging software. There are great and legimate blogging software out there that will give you Business profiles the results you need.
Viperchill is a site run by 21 year old (At the time of writing) Glen Allsopp. Glen’s site is focused on Viral Marketing, a type of marketing that has become very popular over the last few years. Having been a consultant for many big companies, Glen decided to use his services to instead work for himself on his own projects. What I like about Glen is the attention to detail in his posts. Many of his posts a around the 2000 word mark, meaning he covers a lot of angles when he talks about a subject. He also covers many great topics, meaning that you’ll be able to find much of the information you need to be successful on this blog alone.
I’ve used Comment Kahuna and Market Samurai to find dofollow comment Reddit post. Comment Kahuna didn’t work at all (it’s free, so I have no beef with it). Market Samurai is an outstanding keyword and competition software application, but it’s not that great in providing dofollow blog commenting opportunities. I have Market Samurai and don’t bother using their dofollow blog search.
The term “blog” is the short form of web-log. Blogs started off as an online application. It allowed blog users to write about 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.
Over the short years of blogging history, blogging has become simpler in some ways, and more complicated in others. Today, using a service such as Blogger at http://www.blogger.com anyone who has access to a computer with an Internet connection can be set up and blogging in less than five minutes. In that way, blogging has become simplified. However, RSS has come into the picture, which in some ways makes blogging very confusing for beginners.