Making money with blogs is fairly simple if you know what to do with your blog to make it profitable. From layouts to content, there are ways to start making money with blogs. As more and more people turn to well-written blogs for information, making money with blogs will become much easier.
One of the most important things to do when trying to keep up with multiple blogs is managing time. Bloggers need to budget their time and make sure enough time is being spent on each blog. Some of them may need more updating then others so how time is divided will depend on the bloggers. A blog that is made up of opinions and thoughts, are usually easier than a blog that requires research. Also, one blog may have to be updated every day while another only has to be updated weekly. Bloggers may want to schedule out specific time to spend on each blog in order to keep them all update and successful.
The fastest way to promote a product online is pay per click advertising because you can get meaningful traffic the same day your campaign is set up. Other forms of free traffic will take you longer to receive the benefit back for the effort you put in, however they can be great sources of long term traffic.
If you do your due diligence and search hard enough you will find the right software to ease the frustration of managing blogs, especially WordPress blogs.
You can and should include your blog site in your signature on all emails, articles, videos, actual letters and so on. Invite your friends via email, on Facebook, with Twitter to become an official follower of your blog. Share your excitement, opinions, valuable and helpful information. Improve your copywriting skills. Post your videos on your blog. If you like to write, post your articles, press releases, stories, etc. on your blog. If you think you can help solve someone’s problem, post it!
Which sites are recommended? Start by asking your friends about the sites they use, and check out the reviews of various sites in lets play and review sites.
Make a plan and put it in writing. We decided who was in control of what, sort of a damage control action plan. Even if the guy who was in control of online reviews had to get with another manager before making a response, there was a plan so that we could respond quickly. It’s too much to think the owner can keep a watch on everything. So delegate that responsibility to one or more managers so that you can make a response fast. We had one guy in charge of online reputation, and another in control of offline reputation.
Remember what we’ve learned in this 7 part mini-series: Be careful, don’t was your money! Content is king! Loyalty builds trust! And the possibilities are limitless when you combine “Money to Be Made Online” with all the opportunities out there!