How To Use Blogs For Free Targeted Traffic

Blogs are very useful as means to attract our target market. List builder gurus often tell us and encourage us to make blogs since there is that greater percentage where we can build our list. If this happens, we are getting close to what we aim-profit.

Every now and then I get inundated with comment spam to my blog. These comments are usually posted by automated programs that put a short message in your comments that reads something like, “I like your site, lots of good info. Check these out…”, followed by about 5-50 links to their websites.

Blogging stomped the competition when it came to society listening to the news man or the next blog. The business world found new ways to advertise and draw others to their company. Many of them developed there own blogging service to compete with the new competition.

A lot of time when people take on too much work and are struggling to keep everything updated they take ideas from other people. There is nothing wrong with getting ideas and inspiration from other blogs as long as all content is original. Blog readers look forward to reading unique posts. If a blogger maintains multiple blogs that are all similar, they still need to make sure each of them has completely original posts. Plus, if one reader follows the multiple blogs and the blogs seem repetitive, the reader will end up choosing to only follow one of the blogs in the future. Readers do not respond well to information that is not original.

workout goals have become embedded in the collective psyche of the modern world as an acceptable medium of communication. It would be uncommon to find someone these days who do not know what a blog is all about?

By writing regularly (my goal is 4 entries or “posts” per week), seldom does a week go by that I don’t add someone to my network or use what I am writing to make a new connection with an existing or potential Client.

Take as much care writing a pitch for a blogger as you do for a national magazine, TV show, or other outlet. Many bloggers don’t respond because they get blase pitches that treat them like the sewer rat of media. Not cool.


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