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Blogs are indexed fast by search engines. Opinions about the reasons why vary at the moment but I compare blogs with websites and blog posts with webpages.

You just can’t get more original than that. One of the things bloggers enjoy reading are other blogs from the daily life of someone else. You are able to get a small “peek” into a real life not a corporation.

There are two possible solutions here. 1) all bloggers stop allowing comments without approving them. This is unlikely to happen. 2) Search engines find a way to devalue all comment links in any blog whatsoever. This will be unfair to legitimate commenter, but as often happens, the many suffer for the ill-conceived actions of a few.

Links are typical sold (on New topics everyday and elsewhere) on a weekly or monthly basis. A link on a very popular site can be hundreds or even thousands of dollars a month. Good deals are available though, if you do your homework. Text links on moderately trafficked blogs with a PageRank of 3 or 4 can be had for as little as $10 a month.

THE WRITER’S INTERFACE What is good about it For now in creative blogs the rest of our efforts go into getting new people to our The Writer’s Interface selling site by writing at least one free Ezine article a week on some aspect of what The Writer’s Interface does best in showing writers how to write better books especially novels and including screen plays as well which are really visual novels.

Hit the untraditional markets, such as beauty shops, and small businesses. You can even set up vendor tables yourself. One year, I went to the Family Reunion in Washington D.C. and sold quite a few books on the Family Talent night, after doing a few poems and a reading. Once, I even had a table at a carnival. Although I didn’t sell that many books, it gave me exposure. (I was learning). Now, my sister and I have a mobile book store on wheels where we sell books from different parts of Los Angeles, similar to the street vendors in New York. This has even resulted in workshops at a local college.

Nevertheless, other bloggers can also suggest books written by fellow bloggers and receive an affiliate payment. As a result of how do blogs make money, marketers are paid among 33%-50% to recommend books and products written by other bloggers.