This is not going to be easy. Here I am writing a kind of blog which essentially says you should stop doing it. But I’m going to say it all the same. Deep breath…..blogging is wasting your time and draining your profitability. You should stop blogging right away. That’s it. Hang up your keyboard and give up blogging. It’s a has-been activity.
Great – you’ve created two or more blog entries. Now it’s time to look for your first blog-job. Your first step is to write a blog post about your availability to blog. You can make this entry detailed, or extremely brief.
H. Be consistent; even if it means writing one guest article monthly, do it. Consistency and concentration is a key to success in any marketing campaign; whether online or offline, so keep writing. The more you write, the more your writing skill improves and the more you strengthen your brand image.
A. Write an article on your blog stressing your guest Contribute with your own ideas effort and achievement; and link to all your published guest articles. This will show to your readers that you are an expert in your niche and such expertise has being acknowledged by other bloggers.
But don’t let those block you. Let tape blogging be an alternative for you, while it is best to still keep the passage and movies represent in your representation to accommodate all feasible audience of your situate.
Prospects and readers don’t want to read the same ole rehashed jargon over and over, so take this marketing tip to heart and give them something new and refreshing. Allow your personality to come through as you write your post, some people say that you should write like you talk.
But what does make a difference is how often you blog. Search engines do take that into account. Frequency of publishing helps increase your ranking and also raises the amount of traffic you get. One of the most important aspects of having a successful blog is simply doing it…!
Video blogging, by it’s very nature, isn’t a very friendly format. For example – I cannot watch video blog posts from my Treo smartphone – that’s a real problem. Often that’s how I access my RSS reader, or individual blogs. You Tube and Google Videos don’t yet work on many mobile devices, and certainly not efficiently. I also cannot view video blog posts at work. Let’s face it – many people spend some of their work day doing personal things – such as reading blogs. Video and sound do not lend themselves to inconspicuousness. ( I think that’s the biggest word I’ve ever used in a sentence. ) For those people not fortunate enough to have internet access at home, video blogs are not very appropriate for places like public libraries, and other public internet access areas.