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Stop me if I’m wrong, but your online reputation is both one of the most important things to take care of and seemingly one of the most daunting. Maybe you gave a great handle on your company’s online reputation; but as soon as you think you do there’s another website or trend to catch up on. And if you’re not a tech-savvy person who watches this all the time, how do you keep a handle on it?

I will give you one example. If you Google search the words “beginner make money online blogs” 630,000 results come up. If you Google search the words “make money online” over 16 million results come up.

This is a good way to become rich online, as it has great potential compared to normal retailers. Online shops open your business up to larger markets. You are able to offer goods cheaper as you have no store running costs. In fact your running costs will be substantially lower than store fronts. Also by setting up an online store you are subjecting yourself to less risk, therefore it’s the perfect platform for small businesses looking to grow.

A blog is a shortened term for Web log. These are as an online application that allows users to express their thoughts and personal thoughts. The popularity and attraction are growing fast, due to various websites, which should (again) when feeling down, and update the blogs and they updated in real time.

These are great “in between” posts since they are so short. They are normally between 250 and 450 words, (an exception to the 500-750 words your usual design tips for you should be). Just find a great bit of new information to share with your audience and post it as a quick tip. The tip should be focused on one key area of a niche and give just enough detail to answer a problem or make life easier for the reader.

Oh, I’ve had a bunch of blogs cover my business, but I got no sales. Bloggers are just looking for free stuff anyway. Plus I can’t afford to send them samples or waste my time writing guest posts. Enough with these little guys, I’m ready for the big leagues.

You can skim the headlines and only read the ones that jump out at you or save others for later. This gives you complete control over what you read. It’s also possible to search blogs and old archives of blogs when you’re looking for something in specific that might help you in the game.