This is not going to be easy. Here I am writing a kind of blog which essentially says you should stop doing it. But I’m going to say it all the same. Deep breath…..blogging is wasting your time and draining your profitability. You should stop blogging right away. That’s it. Hang up your keyboard and give up blogging. It’s a has-been activity.
When you’re blogging, you’re not writing a bestseller, nor are you expected to be perfect. If you read any blog, you’ll find typos, spelling errors, errors of syntax – part of the charm of reading blogs is their “home made” appeal. Even if you’re writing for a business audience, no one expects you to be perfect.
Some blogs also sell ad space significantly like a magazine where payments are made every time the ad is shown or ads are displayed to get a monthly rate.
However. What if you took the time to find good Read my blog about food and life, with good content and that is complimentary to your own blog; and you took time to actually read their article and leave a genuinely good comment related to the subject, what are your chances of getting that comment approved?
After you’ve decided the subject of your blog, you will then need to register with a blogging host. The most popular blogging hosts are Blogspot and WordPress, both of which offer their service for free. Just go to their websites, follow the instructions and get your blog up and running. You can then spruce up the look of your blog by choosing between pre-designed templates, colours, fonts and designs.
Getting published on other highly regarded blogs is not just a marketing tactic; it is a guerrilla marketing tactic because it is just like knocking on the doors of targeted potential customers. Instead of setting up a blog or creating a product and waiting for readers to find you by coming to your blog; you leave your comfort zone and meet the readers at their favorite handout. This gives your blog a competitive advantage over others that don’t write guest posts. Are there other advantages of writing guest posts on other blogs? My answer is a resounding yes. Guest posts can boost your brand and give you a leverage you can’t find anywhere else. Do you want to know what this leverage is? Then read on.
Give yourself a timeframe of two years and put at least ten hours per week into your blogging business. You should be making a nice six figure income in two years if you can stay focused.