Building Multiple Blogs – Several Things To Consider

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.

Readers always look for contents and topics that are very useful to them. Those that are not are useless. That is why in creating blogs topics should not be pertinent long time ago. It should always be fresh! It should always be pertinent in the present times. Yet, no matter how we consider our blogs as fresh after a few days or weeks they are already overripe. Thus, blogs should always be updated for readers to keep coming back. This could be an avenue for you to invite them to visit your site. More to that, the more traffic you can get in your Read all about it in my blog, the faster you can build your list.

As a matter of course when I set up my blog I put in a stat counter. These are available for free all over the web, and by injecting a line of code into your web page or blog you can get fairly sophisticated results as to how many visits you get and for how long the person visited. I never really looked at those stats due to the fact that business and other web development which I considered more important were taking up all my time.

With web logging, you need to have your own website and domain names which is a bit meticulous and difficult to do. Today, blogging is made easy. All you need to do is to sign up for free and you can proceed to blogging without any cost of maintaining your online blogs.

Sure it took time. Sure it meant she had to foot the bill to send review copies to these folks. But these blog placements helped her become extremely well connected, and while her direct-pitching efforts to the ‘big guys’ were proving fruitless, these media folks respected the opinion of bloggers enough to book her based on their recommendation.

Well, even as good as this comment is, what if it is from a site that is not congruent with my market? Or, what if their site has no page rank, traffic, etc; etc?

Plan the anchor text. Every anchor to your website needs to be relevant to your niche. Don’t include random words like “real” or “information”. I get link requests from dozens of people a week asking for links with anchor text like “debt consolidation info” or “real make money online”. No offense, but they’re clueless and wasting their time. Pick 10 or so anchor texts and use them randomly while building links. They need to be similar.

Reading an auto insurance blog is quite easy. They will have subjects listed such as insurance tips to lower your bills, changes to minimum coverage, new policies that are coming out and so on. This is your guide to knowing all about the auto insurance things that are going on. Most of these blogs will also have a question and answer segment as well. This can be extremely helpful, no matter what type of insurance policy that you want to get on a car or truck. Each blog will be different in presentation and information.