If you have a blog and it is new, you might be concerned about how to get people to come to your blog. This is especially true for those who wish to make some money out of their blogs. Traffic…it is one big problem for new blogs. But here we are to give you some tips about bringing people to your blog…for free. Yes, you don’t have to come up with a single cent to get the traffic!
But there are a great many blogs and scraper sites out there that steal content and don’t give proper attribution. They either republish a summary of articles (sometimes linking to the source, sometimes not) or publish the full article but remove the author and bio info. Still others run the article through a rewrite software program so they can publish “unique” content on their site, even though it’s still stolen content.
One of the most important things to do when trying to keep up with multiple blogs is managing time. Bloggers need to budget their time and make sure enough time is being spent on each blog. Some of them may need more updating then others so how time is divided will depend on the bloggers. A blog that is made up of opinions and thoughts, are usually easier than a blog that requires research. Also, one blog may have to be updated every day while another only has to be updated weekly. Bloggers may want to schedule out specific time to spend on each blog in order to keep them all update and successful.
That explains part of the social aspect of this aspect of the blog is not the only reason people start… Creating one is relatively cheap and easy to start online. People, businesses, entrepreneurs, writers, blogs add a way to keep people informed. Many use them as a way to add a smaller income.
Literally millions of read my blog on every topic. Create a blog around your favorite hobby or create a review blog around products and services that you tried. Give some honest feedback on the products.
Once you have established contact with the blog owners, the next step is to contact them and ask for them to link back to your website. For most blogs, they have something called a blogroll… a list of websites that they like and visit pretty often. First, add their blog to YOUR blogroll, inform them of the link and ask for them to link back to your website… nicely. Most bloggers don’t mind adding your blog to your blogroll, unless they are suspicious about your motives. But at the end of the day, if you started out being friendly and genuine, there should be nothing to be suspicious about.
Search engines tend to like blogs and give them a good rating which makes them easier for people to find. For that reason blogs have become a format that is now used by big names in names online. Companies are even switching to blog formats or adding them to their existing websites.
The system that you choose will also determine the amount of time and efforts required to maintain the blogs. It is very important to pick the right one from the start. If you can, find a fire-and-forget system which will not sacrifice the quality of your blogging sites. However, whatever system that you intend to use, do not forget to take into account all the details that will be required in managing your multiple blogs.