If you have a blog and it is new, you might be concerned about how to get people to come to your blog. This is especially true for those who wish to make some money out of their blogs. Traffic…it is one big problem for new blogs. But here we are to give you some tips about bringing people to your blog…for free. Yes, you don’t have to come up with a single cent to get the traffic!
First, lets talk about why — whether you’re a car dealership, restaurant, chiropractor, public speaker, or whatever — being in full control of your online reputation is so important.
You will notice that blogging is taking off like a wild fire. New blogs keep popping up online and it doesn’t look like it is going to stop anytime soon. Blogs make it easy for people that have no clue about web development to create sites fast. This means that they are going to have good looking sites, but they are going to immediately need something that many will not be able to provide. They are going to want content. Everybody knows that having good content on a site is job one these days. Search engines are punishing sites that don’t have good quality content.
What online blogs Smart Passive Income has taught me is that passive income is the goal. If you set up a business so it can run on auto pilot you have to spend very little time maintaining it. You can then use this extra time to set up another passive business and increase your earnings.
You may get sick of writing articles and blogging and marketing your websites, but you will have to continuously stick to it if you truly want to make a living from home. Whether you are selling your own product or service, or marketing your sales page for an affiliate product or service, all of these methods will work for you.
Because there’s a cost to these lists, fewer people use them. However, in my experience, many of these purchased lists are still spammed to death because there’s no oversight on the commenting quality. Like number 1 above, many of the streaming on purchased lists soon switch their commenting to nofollow fairly quickly.
You can create resource lists that will help your readers find information on your niche. You can also create lists of different ways to accomplish a goal in a niche, like “5 Ways to Drive Traffic to Your Sales Letter.” The possibilities are endless.
Narrow down to your top three site choices. Once you have these three, make lists of the pros and cons. Take a look at the popularity of the site, the success stories, the number of members, available search criteria, the members you see when you search, the costs, etc.