Top 3 Reasons To Use Blogs

Niche blogs are blogs that focus on a particular product or service. The good news is that you can make money with blogs and at the same time, blog free. It is important to know that building successful niche blogs that will have the capability of making cash will actually take time and requires patience. You need to take time so that you can ensure your blogs are regularly updated. It is recommended that the blogs should be updated at least 3 times. There is a myriad of methods through which money can be made through niche blogs.

In 1997 the term weblog became known and in 1999 the term blog was created. In 1999 there were only 100 web diaries and in 2005 there was a remarkable 50,000,000 started; long way from were they started, don’t you think?

Let’s say you are an insurance agent. You have expertise in life insurance and a specific set of benefits you bring to your Clients. A blog gives you a platform to talk about the latest ideas related to life insurance and life planning. You can give Clients (and potential Clients) tips and checklists. You can give them new ideas. You can relate the latest news to your products and services. The ideas are endless; these are just meant to be a start.

However, people who view blogs select the kind of topic they want. They are searching for something interesting. This is true! Most of list builders know perhaps how to write Brainstorming yet it does not seem to be palatable to readers. It does not bite their interest!

When you put an effort into the direction of traffic to your personal sales page (which usually redirects your traffic to either your own product or an affiliate product) you can usually see a very good return on your initial investment. The effort as I mentioned usually requires promotion of the website (or sales page in this case) that you set up to sell your product, article marketing, promotion on social networking sites such as Facebook or Twitter, and also promoting your sales page through the use of paid traffic or classified advertisements online. This is not as hard as it sounds, but it does require some effort on your part. Remember, money doesn’t just fall into our hands from nowhere.

As an example, if a blogger suggests you try a premier blogging system and also you click on the link to blog, that blogger most likely just produced an affiliate sale. They might have received a set dollar amount or even a percentage of the purchase.

The problem with all blog spam is that it relies on SEO “tactics” that the search engines hate. Sometimes a nuisance, sometimes illegal and almost always results in more garbage on the Internet. There is nothing worse than having to wade through someone’s garbage to find good quality information. But one thing is for sure, for as long as blog spam works, one man’s garbage will continue to be a spammer’s goldmine.

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