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Developing a blog and gaining a reasonably large readership is no easy
feat. For most bloggers who have achieved it, the efforts and time
invested needs to be justified by a reward in the form of a stable
As with social networking sites, blogging started out as a way to
share your thoughts, opinions and feelings. Starting in the late
1990’s blogging has now evolved into an essential part of online
marketing. If your business does not yet have a blog, it is time to
More and more businesses today are discovering the benefits of
blogging. Blogs can help position businesses and professionals
as industry leaders, build relationships with clients and customers,
provide a major boost to search engine rankings and attract new, quality
traffic to websites.
When it seems like everyone from your boss to your grandmother has
published and is maintaining a blog, the pressure to build your own can be overwhelming. Blogs are great marketing tools for your business or professional
image, can help you to keep far-flung family members updated on new developments
in your family unit and are effective platforms for the sharing and discussion of
political and spiritual beliefs. What they’re not, however, is completely anonymous
or free of risk if you decide to include sensitive information.
To add variety to your blog and to change the pace, there are
twelve types of blog post formats you can use. Depending on
what kind of blog you have and who your target audience is try these
suggestions or tweak them to suit your blog and reader’s needs and
see what kind of traffic you’ll get.
I have come across a number of blogs where beginner bloggers not yet familiar with blogging have made the same common blogging mistakes. Do you make these mistakes with your blog?
In the business world, an event is a public gathering for the purpose of networking and/or marketing. Holding events on your blog or website can help give your traffic a substantial boost. By holding different events, you bring more life and interaction to your blog which in turn will bring more traffic.
Blogging is a form of social media and for social media to be successful you need interaction. A non-interactive neglected blog will simply die out and become oblivious to the cyber world.
The term blog is short for web log, which started out meaning a personal online journal. Back in the late 1990s when blogs first emerged, they were usually filled with personal posts about the owner’s daily life, thoughts, and problems. They have since evolved into invaluable online marketing tools. Blogs are now a “must-have” resource for any online business.