Becoming a publisher and a writer of a blog can have many great rewards. While it is true that most blogs have a small following, talented bloggers and dedicated have been able to draw in the attention of millions of readers. No, that is not an exaggeration in any way, shape or form. Of course, you would have to work very hard at making your blog successful. That process starts with creating an actual blog.
I’m sure all of you have dreamed of attracting a thousand, five thousand, ten thousand, even up to one hundred thousand visitors to your Leave a comment on my blog each month. I know I have. Imagine what that would mean for your bottom line to drive traffic to your blog in those numbers.
Look at the websites for major magazines that appeal to your target customer. Lots of them have blogs (which should be an obvious target for you) BUT many of these sites also list their favorite blogs. For example: Martha Stewart has a “Blogs I Like” section on her site. Shoot, if it’s good enough for Martha, it’s probably good enough for you.
In a quick peek at those statistics I realized that the visitors from all over the globe. And so I went to MSN search which is much friendlier to blog searches than Google or Yahoo. Google maintains its own blog search facility separate from its normal search. Yes your blog can end up in Google Main Search as well, but that would take an incredible amount of great back-links to it and really high popularity. MSN was still showing my blog in search requests.
In your Web surfing, you may have noticed that not only do news sites have blogs, but many other sites are also jumping onto the blog bandwagon. Blogs are becoming the new “must have” of the Web world.
It is not easy to maintain several blogs. The owners of multiple blogging sites must have sufficient resources to manage each of their blog properly. However, this does not mean that you must steer clear from having multiple blogs in order to make money online. There are marketers who can do it profitably.
In conclusion, writing one or two blog posts a month will not drive traffic to your blog. You need to be stay consistent and blog every day, maybe every other day, for 90 to 180 days for your blog to start generating the kind of traffic you wish to see each month. Following the five tips above will not guarantee your success, but they will help you learn and grow into the blogger you want to become.