These days to be successful in internet marketing you need an integrated marketing strategy. This entails websites, autoresponders, product funnelling, webinars, articles, blogging, tweeting etc, etc, etc…
Sure it took time. Sure it meant she had to foot the bill to send review copies to these folks. But these blog placements helped her become extremely well connected, and while her direct-pitching efforts to the ‘big guys’ were proving fruitless, these media folks respected the opinion of bloggers enough to book her based on their recommendation.
Respost were first known to be server log files. And when the internet was introduced, it became web log. By the mid 90s, the virtual community slowly accepted the fact that you can write web logs even if you are just an ordinary person. Thus, the virtual community has fully embraced blogging as a source of information.
Let me share to you some of my ideas in making blogs useful in list building business. This might help know how to create powerful blogs that would translate to expand your list.
The first important thing you should do is to select your niche. After selection of your niche, you should make a list of your favorites. If you do not have an existing blog, you need to register online blogs. There are free blogs that you can register with. When you are through with the registration, you should select the feel and look. You can personalize the layout of the blogs.
Sell your ad space – This is one way of getting paid for your blogs. You must first concentrate on making your blogs worthy of attention, and then everything will just come to you. When your blog has become viral, many companies will pay just to have an advertisement space on your website.
If you do your due diligence and search hard enough you will find the right software to ease the frustration of managing blogs, especially WordPress blogs.
And don’t forget to tweet out the link as soon as you post something on your blog. Twitter is an amazing promotional tool whereby almost anything goes. And don’t forget to be responsive to RTs (ReTweets on twitter), SHARES on Facebook and comments in blogs. The more responsive you are, the more friends you make. Remember, friends is a very big thing when it comes to promoting a blog.