Dramatically Increasing Your Blog Visitors

It can be difficult keeping just one blog up to date, but some bloggers maintain multiple blogs at a time. Some bloggers try to manage multiple blogs, but it ends up making all of the blogs unsuccessful. Quality matters when it comes to blogs and if quality is compromised to keep up with the quantity needed, it doesn’t always work.

Soon, I had a pretty good idea about how I was going to build my blog. I didn’t want to copy the others, I just needed to get an idea of how some enterprising webmasters were creating them.

BLOGS ARE MAGNETS FOR SEARCH ENGINES: Go on, get on to Google and, whatever topic you search, you’ll inevitably see that the search engines have thrown up a number of Blogs in the top ten results. This is because Blogs are constantly showing fresh, new and key word friendly content just like your web pages should; that’s a Blog’s very reason for being. Imagine the value to you of having your own Blog pop in the top end of search results. The ubiquitous search engines clamor to highlight fresh, appropriate content – they love it. Constantly re-newed and freshened Blogs leave stale, ageing (and rarely updated) web sites for dead.

You may also go for Google AdSense or something similar so as to make money from your blog. You make money from your learn new things every time a visitor clicks on the ads.

What you should do is to add a donation button on your blogs. Tie it to a PayPal account. Through PayPal account, your readers can send you money (donation) as a token of appreciation and as an encouragement for you to keep blogging.

Get a Design. Pick a theme that is both usable and professional looking. Two sidebars (one on each side) is almost always a good idea for design purposes.

Narrow down to your top three site choices. Once you have these three, make lists of the pros and cons. Take a look at the popularity of the site, the success stories, the number of members, available search criteria, the members you see when you search, the costs, etc.

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