The question of which is best, a website or a blog has a different answer today than it might have a few years ago. As the saying goes “the more things change the more they stay the same”. This holds true when discussing the differences between websites and blogs.
Once you start earning some money online, you may want to test out other methods of advertising. Google AdWords allows you to pay for an advertisement to be shown on Google. The more you’re willing to pay, the higher your advertisement will be displayed. The cost you pay ultimately depends on the keywords you choose. Some keywords can be very expensive and some can be very cheap. It will just take doing a little research using the Google AdWords Keyword tool to figure it out. It is a free tool to use.
However, our markets are congruent with each other and compliment each other. In other words, we all mutually benefit from what we each deliver (individually) to the same market; we’re not competitors.
As an example, if a blogger suggests you try a premier blogging system and also you click on the link to blog, that blogger most likely just produced an affiliate sale. They might have received a set dollar amount or even a percentage of the purchase.
IT and web design can be used very effectively to promote your business and to get your message across. They can also be used for generating revenue. You can put up Google AdSense and other contextual ads. You can also put up affiliate links. Another possibility is to put up web forms to invite subscribers for your newsletters. Some knowledge of HTML will be required to install AdSense and web forms etc.
If you’ve ever dreamed of going from getting 10 hits a month to getting a few dozen visitors a day from search engines, blogging can make it possible, if you do it right. The structure of a blog, and the fact that most of them automatically generate content feeds, also make them the best food for your friendly neighborhood search engine spider.
This is what happens when you start approving comments from bloggers who are not closely related to your own niche. The reverse of this applies to you as well.
More importantly, a quality dofollow blog subscription service will monitor the comments made and prohibit auto-commenting with software. Violators are removed from the membership. This oversight maintains the integrity of the comments and increase the chances the blogs retain dofollow commenting.