Blogging Tips

How To Build Traffic To Your Blog

By Priya Shah

With the growing interest in blogging as a means of online promotion and branding, a lot of marketers are starting blogs to promote their opinions, products, books and services. But a blog is like a website. “Write and they will come” isn’t exactly a magic formula to bring in traffic by the boatload.

If you need to promote your website in order to build traffic to it, you need to promote your blog as well.

Here are some ways you can become a well-read and influential blogger.
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How to Get Started Blogging in 5 Minutes or Less

By Linda J Bruton

I put off starting a blog for a long time because I thought it would be hard. I thought it would be technical. I thought I’d have to install scripts and tear my hair out getting them to work. At that point, most of what I’d read about blogs and RSS was just so much geek-speak.

Was I ever wrong!

When I finally got the courage to give it a go, I went to blogger.com and signed up for an account. To my amazement, I had a blog set up in about 5 minutes. My first post was uploaded to my site about 10 minutes later.
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Blogging for Dollars

By Sharon Housley

Blogging for dollars might sound like the latest game show or some new drinking game, but it’s the latest craze to hit the Internet. Bloggers began blogging for a number of reasons, but as the blog movement has increased in popularity, they have found ways to monetize their blogs and are seeing their commitment pay off.

Whether a blogger’s focus is to communicate with customers or just to have fun, they have begun looking at ways to earn revenue from their blogs. The most popular ways for bloggers to earn some added cash for their pet projects are:
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24 Tips and Strategies on How Everyone Can Blog Right and Get Everybody to Read

by John Teh

By the end of 2004 blogs had established themselves as a key part of online culture. “Blog readership shoots up 58% in 2004 6 million Americans get news and information fed to them through RSS aggregators But 62% of online Americans do not know what a blog is.” – Pew Internet & American Life Project

Tip #1 – How and Where Should I Start?

You should begin your blog with a free blog hosting service such as Blogger ( http://www.blogger.com), or other similar free services such as JournalHome.com, LiveJournal.com or Blog-City.com. The learning curve for using such free services allow you to spend more on developing your content rather than worrying about the advanced areas of scripting, hosting, or programming.
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5 Expert Blogging Tips For Beginners

by Leigh A. Zaykoski

If you’re just starting a blog (or two or three), it can be overwhelming. You need to choose a blogging platform, get your blog set up, make regular posts, check for comments from readers, make sure your links are working, and attend to a hundred other details. If you don’t know what to do and what to avoid, blogging can be difficult at best and completely frustrating at worst. Follow these tips for beginners to turn your blog into something you can be proud of.
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Blogging Tips

by Harmony Xu

Organic traffic from search engines is what you’re always suppose to be focusing on. Work with your main targeted keyword, search this keyword in search engines and advertise your link on the top sites you see on the search results. Thus, when search engines crawl the sites, the bot will follow and crawl the site links on their page.

Your Key: Search engines love fresh content, be sure to update your blog daily with new content. I can’t even stress how important this is.
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