Sky Rocket Your Business With A Blog!

Branding and brand recognition are two things the web has to offer anybody who is online. The hours we spend on the internet browsing through several pages, or even just our facebook pages, gives us enough time to identify a few logos, or come across a new brand. Have you ever been asked if you’ve heard of a service on the web as you suddenly recalled it’s company logo? Or advertisement? This is the advantage we can all have as marketing strategists who take advantage of the platforms our customers use to discuss and exchange information.

After the Lost finale, Lindelof and Cuse will go into Blogging the Boys the boys for some time, to keep fans debating – or to avoid the angry mob. Until then, they are going out with a few more final teases, which they gave out at a forum in New York last night.

Content is extremely important. Search engines love content. The content on your site needs to be unique, well written and contain useful information. It also needs to contain the keywords in which you are optimizing for and which are relevant to each particular page. Your should also be adding to the content of your site on a consistent basis. Stagnant sites, ones that never add content, for the most part, will not rank high. The easiest way to continually add content to your site is by adding a blog and posting at least once a month. The more often you post Blogging the Boys better.

Become a timely commentator on relevant art forums and art blogs, which allow comments. When participating in discussions on a forum or on a blog, an artist will have an opportunity to promote their brand in their thread through their comments. This type of promotion is much like social networking and an artist should remember that their remarks are their forever and to think twice before they submit their comments. If the artist’s comments become a commercial or are self serving, a moderator will not allow them or may ban the contributor from participating. An artist should research the top 10 art forums and art blogs in their niche and join, get involved and become part of those communities. It is a great way for an artist to become known, network and expand their market.

As well as submitting your link on other blogs, this is a great way to receive traffic. Don’t only do it for blog directories though; if your blog is about your business, or you are using it for business, list your business in a Business Directory and include a link to your blog.

After dinner, Susan was full and sleepy. She said that she was going to turn in early and Tariq volunteered to tuck her in. After Susan changed and laid down on the bed, Tariq pulled the covers gently up and kissed her on the cheek, Susan smiled at that. Her eyes were already shut when she said goodnight to Tariq. “Goodnight, my dear,” Tariq said as he pulled the trigger on a nine millimeter silenced berretta pistol. A sharp “Thump” was heard as the bullet exited the gun and penetrated Susan’s forehead. She never knew what hit her. Tariq stood there for a moment, looking at the bloody mess that constituted the remains of Susan Chu.

Ok, there are plenty of ways to earn money from your blogging. The most popular is ads. You know the sometimes annoying adverts that pop up on various websites, those are earning the site owner money! Go through Google to set up an account and get paid to have ads relevant to your blog on your space. Each time someone clicks an ad you get paid!

A few of the many different ways to gain back links are through blogging, business directory submissions, article marketing, press releases, commenting in forums and on other blogs, creating content on your site that people want to link to as well as simply asking other webmasters for links. The one thing you should never do is pay for links. All three major search engines frown upon that and doing so will get your site penalized in the rankings.