Blogs are very useful as means to attract our target market. List builder gurus often tell us and encourage us to make blogs since there is that greater percentage where we can build our list. If this happens, we are getting close to what we aim-profit.
Blogging officially began in 1994 when a student, Justin Hall, began his personal blog. He blogged for eleven years, and he is recognized as one of the earliest bloggers. A weblog was originally a combination of a personal webpage and a journal. This is still one definition of a blog, but there are many other definitions as well today.
Search engines always favor contents that are not common. The information you include in your blogs should also not be packed with lots of affiliate links. This will discourage your readers. Always fill your blogs with information that will be of use to your readers. Moreover, never neglect the importance of using key words so that your blogs could be easily seen in search engines. Through this your blogs will be ranked highly and readers will keep on looking for more generating traffic.
A friend of mine (an author) just chalked up a huge publicity campaign for her book where her motto was “no outlet is too small.” She wrote guest posts, participated in interviews, and sent review copies of her book to anyone and everyone that was interested.
The most basic thing you need is a product that people are interested in. They might have a need for this product as well. Also they should have the ability to follow what I do in a day pay for it.
So, how do you get started? It’s easy. You can search the net for “top mommy blogs” or “top baby blogs” and get some great ideas where to look for good quality sites. You may like some and dislike others, but you don’t have to read them all. You can bookmark your favorites and leave the rest. On these blogs, you will also see buttons or links to other blogs. Take a look sometime at the sites that your favorites are linking to, and you may find another favorite!
If they listed their online social networking accounts (like Facebook and Twitter), add them as friends or follow them on twitter. Online friends are fantastic because it starts spreading. As they share stuff that you share, THEIR friends will get to know more about you too and visit your blog. This is how, essentially, online social networking works.
It takes a village to raise kids and blogs for moms can become your village. By tapping into the online community of other mothers, you can raise your beloved babies, school kids, and teens successfully.