Well, first of all, What is a blog? A blog is short for “weblog”. Basically, it is just a website that has entries listed in reverse chronological order. The original idea behind it was to be a online journal or diary that was updated daily. Over the last decade many software programs and blogging platforms have been created to make the process VERY EASY. As the blog writer, depending on which platform you use, you can just type your entry, press submit and it shows up on your blog for the world to see.
I hope the wheels of your mind are spinning real fast about now, because if I can help just one blogger, who in turn helps another blogger keep from wasting their time, money and effort leaving the wrong type of comments on the wrong Blogs…
In this section, you need to describe the aim of your blog, its short and long-term goals, its vision and mission statement; and the blog’s growth strategy.
To manage posts that are actually done and over with its original purpose. This is to ensure that you will not be receiving comments for your Blog posts that are highly time sensitive. For instance, you had a previous post announcing a certain contest and inviting everybody to enter the said contest. If you still receive comments and entries for that specific blog post even after the contest is already over, then closing personal blog comments might be the best option to consider. With this, you will no longer take time to respond for those comments to let them know that the contest is over.
Imagine for a moment that we – this includes you reading this now – are all in this big, nice swimming pool together. We are relaxing, having a good time, enjoying each others company and we all have something in common. In this case, we all own blogs and we all market to the same niche market.
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.
Take as much care writing a pitch for a blogger as you do for a national magazine, TV show, or other outlet. Many bloggers don’t respond because they get blase pitches that treat them like the sewer rat of media. Not cool.