One year ago, my father asked me, the young internet entrepreneur, “What’s a blog?” I paused for minute. I had heard the term before … but I couldn’t answer him. I honestly didn’t know. Little did I know that so many people would soon tap into a new type of gold mine and make money with blogs.
Over the past few years, blogs have become the new craze of the internet. First it was online diaries, then online communities like MySpace, followed by the personal blog. The types of blogs vary from personal to business to narrative. Some blogs are so popular that they have Google PageRanks of 6 and above (on a scale of 10), and get hundreds, if not thousands of hits a day. When this happens, it becomes easy to make money with blogs.
Another advantage is that Track my training were as easy to use as a word processor application. This made it simple to use for people who did not know how to program. As the blog programs advanced, programmers started switching. Now there are many ways to adapt a blog and give it a unique feel.
Within minutes, I had created my blog, published it on the Web, and began posting and tweaking it. I inserted some HTML code to monitor my stats, and continued to work on making it a better blog. I also continued to work on my other websites, so that whenever I do climb out of Google’s sandbox, my site will get a good rating.
At any rate, I decided to check them out. The fact that a number of blog publishers allow you to build and post your comments for free, certainly didn’t hurt either.
Okay, this is what I am talking about when it comes to bad blogging advice. What’s sad about this is that people get sucked into this crap and end up spending a bunch of money on worthless backlinks from worthless blogs.
Go ahead and take action! Build a good list of blogs using Google and Stumble Upon. Then start contacting the blog owners. Make it part f your daily routine to do this and you’ll have great success. Good Luck!