When I first wrote my original “Why I Hate Blogs” for article submission I was pretty sure that the humor would get some hits but in my wildest dreams I never thought that out of the 26 articles I did write that it would be second in the amount of the hits it did get. Actually it was dark humor because I honestly do hate spending the time blogging away or let us be more specific – I honestly DID hate spending that time.
When writing your posts you always want to present valuable information to your readers while at the same time you want to satisfy the search engines for a certain keyword. Many blog posts are a personal opinion written from the heart, so sometimes that’s a dilemma. Here’s a little trick I use.
A good idea is to read and subscribe to online Follow my page and articles relevant in your niche. By doing this you open yourself up to new information and opportunities.
If you don’t update your internet blogs, the Internet can ruin your blog with little or no notice. So many people choose to host (personal website) on your blog. The first thing about making your blog popularity requires some work, but after that it is very easy to update them. It also allows for more creativity, flexibility, and less to worry about the program online blogs to decide they do not like your blog anymore.
Keep everyone informed. This is actually the easiest part when it comes to your online reputation. Most online review sites will allow you to take ownership of your review page so that you can receive email alerts whenever something changes. Make sure all the decision makers get copied on these alerts immediately, it will bring a lot of urgency to the process. And when changes or communication is made, cc the decision makers again so they know what’s going on. The worst thing that can happen is the owner get a call and not be prepared for it.
Time to network – With blogs, you are inevitably going to meet new people. AS you add valuable content, people will start commenting on and following your blog. As you get to know some of your followers, you may be able to leverage each other’s abilities and experiences.
The system that you choose will also determine the amount of time and efforts required to maintain the blogs. It is very important to pick the right one from the start. If you can, find a fire-and-forget system which will not sacrifice the quality of your blogging sites. However, whatever system that you intend to use, do not forget to take into account all the details that will be required in managing your multiple blogs.