Blog Marketing – Introduction

Maybe you are looking for the next hot tech toy or perhaps your blogging is more politically motivated and you are looking for the latest quotes from the politicians of the world. Whatever your reason, chances are there is a blog out there that has exactly what you are looking for.

First of all, a quick answer is… it depends. And no, that’s not an excuse. It depends on the purpose personal intrest of your blog. For the purpose of this article, let’s focus on business blogs or blogs that are intended to attract a specific audience that you might want to either market to or otherwise build a community with.

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Here’s the deal: if you’re too busy to respond to your guest blog comments intelligently and promptly, I would say don’t bather guest blogging at the first place.

When you go to a store, you usually know what you want. This is no different. Determine whether it’s going to be your personal website or a virtual representation of your business. Think how much money you can afford to spend. While career opportunities work well even with the cheapest hosting packages on the market, serious companies usually require additional speed and reliability, not mentioning high quality support. Naturally, this kind of service will cost you more.

Be open for comments, suggestions, and questions. Your blog becomes interactive when people give feedback and share their opinions about your blog entry. Pay attention to the comments of your blog visitors and answer their questions. They might give you some new insights about the topic.

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