Getting Started – Is Your Mentor In Network Marketing Teaching You Or Selling You?

We know social media can be used to market. A business can tweet deals and create a facebook page to interact with its customers. An organization can create a blog to highlight its causes and generate interest.

As for Desiree, she has taken some time to settle into her new home, but she has not let her work slide either. She designs wedding dresses, so she knows a thing or two about weddings and wedding planning. The reality star plans to share her knowledge with an online blog.

Your blog is your own personal tool and you can therefore write about anything. However, the most successful lifestyle blogs do have some sort of theme and a type of writing voice. Writing about anything and swapping between humour and seriousness can really prevent you from having any traffic.

Use original videos or pictures to make your content seem more interesting. Most online users prefer blogs with interesting pictures and videos. This is because pictures and videos can convey messages much more effectively. Some users don’t like to read article content, but instead they like simply looking at the photos or watching videos.

Let your blog be interactive. This means, readers can add their comments on your posts. Read my bio should of conversation nature. This makes the blog very lively.

Let me tell you what it’s REALLY worth to me. According to Google analytics, my blog currently gets 6,093 visits per month. Now, 2,450 visitors are from a coop, which costs me $75 a month, and the visitors from it are fairly low quality, but it provides me a lot of leads so it more than pays for itself.

The iPod lets us celebrate all the wacky music from our past, picking and choosing some songs that we would never in a million years have forked over the dough for a whole cd or album by that particular artist, but have no shame in paying 99 cents for a got-to-have song like Jive Talkin’. Or maybe that’s just me …

14. Create YouTube videos relevant to your blog. Embed the video on your blog as content, and put a link the YouTube description field back to your site. YouTube is free, and also owned by Google!