One of the absolute best ways to generate free web traffic online is by owning a blog. The best thing about a blog is that anyone can create it easily, and it doesn’t cost a dime to get started with one. Blogs can be great traffic generation ‘weapons’ as I will show you soon in this article.
OConsider many types of content. Blogs allow you to upload images, create links, and allow users to make comments. Your blog will have many more readers if you make your blog exciting with these pluses.
When your Ledlights begins to attract a solid following, you might think ‘Now it the time to launch another blog.’ A word of caution: This is where blog can get complicated.
Once you’ve identified your specific niche and two or three categories for your blog, the next step is to learn how to optimize your blog and posts for Search Engine Optimization or SEO. Search engines, like Google, work on mathematical algorithms (little artificial intelligent bugs called web crawlers. Sounds like The Matrix, right?). Anyway, these bugs are sent out to your website by the search engines. They crawl over your content, scanning for important pieces of information, such as keywords or phrases, images containing the keywords, word counts, appropriate titles, and more. The more these little bugs like your content the better your content will rank in the search engines.
Determine Your online blogs Budget Take into account other possible expenses you may have such as a piano or keyboard books piano light etc. Assuming that the method you select has a reasonable price, you should base your decision more on what you’ll be able to get out of it than on the price.
You can literally blog about anything and everything you can imagine. Cooking, weight loss, being a stay at home mom, marketing, celebrity gossip, photography, and business are just a few examples but the possibilities are truly endless.
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.