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Tips for Blogging , List Building Traffic

Date Added: February 17, 2009 10:54:30 AM
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Category: Blogs
 
So, do you have a blog? Why not? You want people to come to your website, right? If you don't have one, is it because you're scared that your writing stinks on ice? Or, maybe you don't think you have the know-how to set one up. But, and this is the best excuse, you think you don't have the time. Guess what? You're dead wrong. List building requires traffic. You need people to see your squeeze page, if you want them to join. Blogs will help with that because the search engines love them. They're mainly text, so search engine spiders can view them easily, go to www.autoresponder-money.com rather than having to navigate around complicated java scripts, flash, or too many images. They just breeze right through. If you post every day, you'll soon rank high. Stick to a theme in your blog. So, if you're writing about dogs, don't go off on a tangent and write about the basketball game last night. Stick to dogs, include words that are germane to dogs in each post, and you'll gain ranking. One of my blogs came out a PR5 within just a few months! If you don't understand the significance, let me explain. When Google appoints page rank, it depends on lots of factors. I don't want to get into that now, but let's just say that a PR5 will show up better in search results than a PR0, 1, 2, 3, or 4. And for that reason it will get more traffic. The goal is to get your blog into the first three pages of results, the first page being the most desirable, with the top spot as your bull’s eye. That position gets the most traffic of all. But let's address your worries: You can't write: Well, you can. Anyone can. If you need something to help you, get a home study course and learn it. Then, sit in front of your computer or a blank sheet of paper, and just sit there. Soon, you'll begin to form ideas, visit to www.freelist-pro.com write them down. Do this for one hour, at the same time, every day. Eventually, you'll train your brain to think, "It's writing time!" You can also find interesting tidbit on the web, and put excerpts from this stuff on your blog, too. Just be sure you aren't plagiarizing. If you want to post more than 10% of the total words in the work, then, get permission from the author first. Or use an article from one of the directories, like Ezine Articles, snare, Use the work in its entirety, including the author's resource box or bio box. Then add a paragraph of introduction to the piece and a closing paragraph and "wrap" the article with your own words. But if you're still not convinced that you can write even a paragraph, hire a ghostwriter. When you buy their work, be sure you're buying "all rights," which means you can use the work any way you wish. You can rewrite it. You can put your name in the byline. You can alter the article to suit your purposes. All rights even means you can sell it and keep all the money. If you can afford a ghostwriter, it will save time.
 
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