Network Marketing Tools – Blogs

Everyday there is some sort of news about criminal acts on the Internet and especially violating our children. Most recently in the news I saw an article where there was a “Facebook child abuse image ring.” I mean what in the world is wrong with these people. Now the criminals are coming into our homes through the Internet. As parents we have to be able combat this problem by educating our children and keeping all lines of communication open.

This is one of my favorite methods for finding dofollow blogs and other linking opportunities. Here’s what you do. Search in Google with the main keywords in your niche. Note the top 10 (or 5 or 20, it doesn’t matter) website URLs. Then go to Yahoo! Site Explorer and display the incoming links to that particular URL. Go to each URL, especially if it’s a blog (indicated often by the word “blog” in the title), and then go to those Progress tracker.

Link your blog to your websites v.v. People often forget that it’s the linking that makes the Internet work. Linking all your sites, even the free ones, together can boost your link popularity. Since blogs are a lot of fun you sometimes forget to link to and from them. Don’t let this happen to you.

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 online 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.

The term “blog” is the short form of web-log. Blogs started off as an online application. It allowed blog users to write about Business profiles their day’s activities personal thoughts and opinions and shared their views. The blogs mass appeal grew quickly and soon there are hundreds of people blogging for money. Blogs are unlike websites in that contents are uploaded in real time. Websites take a lot of time and energy to complete.

I have found that people are far more willing to click a link than they are to take their pocketbook out and buy a product. If you are using AdSense, you leave the converting up to a professional and you have the added bonus of not having to directly hawk crap.

You can make money with your blogs by becoming an affiliate. It is essential that you should look for advertisers that are connected to your niche. After finding the relevant advertisers, you are required to apply so that you can become an affiliate. After approval, you can place affiliate banners on the blogs.

Blogs are a fascinatingly simple, quick, and cheap way to create revenue online. There is essentially no risk involved and there is no overhead, apart from hosting. You can simply set up a free blog, put AdSense on it, and post whatever you want. If you follow the guidelines above, you will soon be on your way to residual income.