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The Blog!

They’re popping up everywhere. Your favorite website has one. Your
favorite television show has one. Even your teenager has one. Blogs. What
are they? Why are they everywhere you look?

Most simply put, blogs are like journals—only, instead of being made of
the paper and cardboard kept secret by an even thinner piece of cardboard
and a lock your baby brother frequently opened with a paperclip, these
journals are online. Why does it seem like everyone has one? W...


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The Blog!

They’re popping up everywhere. Your favorite website has one. Your
favorite television show has one. Even your teenager has one. Blogs. What
are they? Why are they everywhere you look?

Most simply put, blogs are like journals—only, instead of being made of
the paper and cardboard kept secret by an even thinner piece of cardboard
and a lock your baby brother frequently opened with a paperclip, these
journals are online. Why does it seem like everyone has one? Well,
because almost everyone does. And there’s good reason. Blogs can be used
as journals, both private and public; they can be used as ways for fans
to discuss the latest episode of their favorite sitcom; or, they can be
used by major companies, especially those that are Internet-based,
because unlike the traditional forms of advertising, blogs bring in more
traffic.

For business purposes, there are many ways companies use blogs. For
example, a company may have several blogs on its website, each one
dedicated to something different: customer concerns, product updates,
etc. In addition to being helpful to customers and other website
visitors, these blogs bring in more traffic to the website, as well.
Depending on the website, more traffic usually means more money. And more
money means—that’s right—you’re on your way to that summer home in Hawaii

So, how exactly do blogs bring in more traffic? Well, Adsense ads with
Google are a good starting point. The search engine visits your page more
each time your update, ultimately moving your blog higher and higher on
the SERPs (Search Engine Results Page) and leading to more revenue from
the ads being represented in your blog.
Some pointers? First, the blogger will need to decide what he or she is
going to write about. Choose a popular topic, one that people are
interested in. “Underwater Basket Weaving” probably wouldn’t be a very
wise choice as not many people seem to be interested in it. Unless, of
course, you’re business is underwater basket weaving, in which case you
should by all means write about it. Next, focus on some keywords—these
are the words that search engines are going to pick up on. Don’t dowse
your blog in these words, but use them whenever you effectively can.
Lastly, make sure you write content that will attract, and keep, a strong
readership. You want your readers to keep coming back, right?

Go ahead, join the millions of people and businesses alike. Get yourself
a blog. Or corner your boss and suggest writing one for your company.
Explain how blogs bring in more traffic, more traffic means more money,
and more money means—that’s right again!—you’re on your way to Hawaii

				
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Muhd Idil Ikhwan Muhd Idil Ikhwan Institut Perguruan http://singleparentz.blogspot.com
About An ordinary guy, writing to help small business marketers make it online. Searching the world for hot new products and trends that people are looking for but can't find enough information on.