It’s true that I have a “regular” website, my so-called “main website,” which I first set up to sell my goods, in this case, men’s and women’s health products. It’s my workhorse, the source of most of my revenue. Most of my sales resulted from generic listings in the search engines, particularly Google.
Now you know what a blog is, but in blogs-name is a web 2.0?!? First of all, it’s not “a” web 2.0, its “the” web 2.0. Web 1.0 is the boring, html links everywhere, non-interactive, non-social internet that most of our online experience is comprised of. Web 2,0 is the multimedia rich, user friendly, options galore, and most importantly SOCAIL web that we’re beginning to experience. Sites that allow users to share videos, bookmarks, have discussions, and integrate content left and right, are being defined as web 2.0 websites.
Understand what a blog is and how blogs have become so popular. A blog (short for web log), is a personal website updated frequently with links, commentary and anything else you want to write about. New items go on top and older items flow down the page. Blogs can be political journals and/or personal diaries; they can focus on one narrow subject or range across a plethora of topics.
No traffic = no money. If you can’t find a way to get a lot of traffic to your website you’re not going to be making any good money. The number one thing people have trouble with when it comes to comment on my post is figuring out how to get enough people to visit it in order for it to be truly worth it.
OMake sure that your customers know that your blog exists. Providing some targeted advertising on the Internet is not hard. Try some link exchange programs with web sites, blogs, and ezines that have similar content to your blog. In many cases, simply providing a link to another web site can convince that web master to provide a link to your blog.
Selling when your bored is an entirely different matter. If you have been working on a particular project for a long time, you are likely to become bored. This results in a lack of enthusiasm and commitment online blogs which in turn will have a negative impact on your business. By selling your business/project you are enabling yourself to devote more time on new and exciting projects. An example could be running an old website you no long have any interest in. By selling this website you have more time and money to begin other, more exciting projects.
Blogging has reached the lives of many in all age groups, in all classes of people and in most countries. It has changed us as a society in many ways and overall millions use it everyday. It opens up communication and advertising to everyone rich and poor; young and old.
“Blogs tend to cause social trouble at times, but over all they’re mostly just to communicate and to just learn about one another. I’d say that blogs either business related or not, are a lot of fun”.