Having multiple blogs to promote different kinds of products or services looks interesting. Unfortunately many bloggers have failed to get the profits that they desired from their multiple web logs. Very often blog owners who manage just a few blogs can earn much more money than the ones who have a “blog empire”. There are several reasons why this contradiction could have happened.
Remember many have been here before and not many had survived in this business. Either they brought in the wrong kind of content and they had no traffic to their websites or they never had enough patience and humility to their business grow from scratch into a success story.
With regular posting to your blogs, say once or twice a week, the traffic to your blogs should increase and some of the traffic will be directed to your websites. In case you do not have enough material to write in your blogs, you can always get fresh relevant content from ezines. While taking content from ezines you should be careful about meeting their conditions.
By joining CPA programs, you earn commission each time your audience takes certain action, for example, by filling up a form, providing their emails, signing up for free products etc. You could place some CPA programs on your see how much I lift. Then encourage/recommend your audience to perform the required action for you to get paid.
Log on to the net and look for hotel booking directories. Sites like MSN travel and Yahoo travel will feature a great many reputed online blogs Hotel Booking Directories.
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 blogs 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.
There are many reasons why blogging has become popular so quickly, and why blogs will continue to be part of the online environment. No business can afford to ignore blogging, and this means that for the foreseeable future, blogging is a brilliant new market for freelance writers.