Once you start to self-host your blog, you’ll also start to think of ways on the best way best to save on its fees. Running a”real” blog, so to speak, can be pricey. Well, you have to pay for domain name, the hosting service, email responder as well as the added features you will need to apply for your blog website.
Business blogs are made to encourage the online business. This makes your readers aware that such online establishment exists and is ready to do business.
Having a blog establishes you as an authority in your industry as you have a blog even though others don’t. Since you’re pushing out great contents and great thoughts, it makes it simple for a customer to buy.
Profiles are easy to access. You can browse sites, enter your search criteria, and start taking a look at the sort of people that match that search criteria. You can see photographs, read about their interests, and possibly even see videos. This is all available at the touch of your mouse. You can check these out in the personal of your own home.
Always keep in mind your readers are there to read information on your particular niche; they aren’t interested in what you had for breakfast or what movie you watched last night. Try to keep your content at least 75% related to the niche of your Q&A.
I can tell you for sure that selling information products are a terrific way to generate money online blogs. I will even go so far as to tell you that selling products that solve a problem for your customer is easier to sell than any other type of information product.
After interviewing in the aforementioned shop, I realized they had a large clientele of happy loyal clients such as the local TV station, hospital, and other businesses. Yet, in spite of these connections, they still had a really crappy reputation. Why? Because no one managed it. Their online and offline reputation was out of control, from the BBB to industry specific review websites and even Google. It was impacting sales big time. And taking control of your online presence and reputation is a free way to boost sales long-term. However, it won’t happen overnight.
To conclude, this brings to an end my 10 principles of radical blogging. Now I know I have stepped on some toes, I understand I have challenged the views of many; I know I stirred the waters of conventional wisdom. So I am going to level the playing field here. If you feel I have contradicted your views or principles; then feel free to shoot me through your own comments. I am prepared to take your bullets and also respond with mine, so let’s begin.