Blogs have been around for a few years now and are still growing in popularity. There are several reasons why more and more people are using blogs. It is extremely easy to post anything on a blog as compared to posting similar content on a traditional web page. Therefore anyone who wants to write comments, experience, opinions, and ideas on any subject finds it very convenient to use blogs where you can just insert your postings without bothering about messing with HTML.
There are very many other forms of paid marketing. However, paid traffic is not always targeted, so be careful when using this method. You can simply do a search on Google and find the very best forms of paid advertising. There’s very many out there, you just need to do some research and find the right ones.
The free marketing methods may seem like the hardest, but they’re also the absolute best. It’s going to take a decent amount of real work to get a good amount of traffic online. It will take some time, but in the end it always pays off.
Generally the product can be yours, or it can be someone else’s product (this is called affiliate marketing). In many cases however, the product is simply a free offer that generally has a slightly higher priced up-sell to a “better offer”. A common product here is one that shows you how to get involved with internet marketing or methods of making money on the internet.
Set up Google Alerts for people or brands that are either your competitors or that reach a complimentary audience. Find out who is covering them. Maybe they will want to cover you too.
Another difference between websites and blogs is the ability to communicate with the visitor. discover by definition provide space for comments and back and forth communications on the posts or web pages. Websites, on the other hand; traditionally don’t have this. Some websites now have the flexibility to provide places for comments so this is not such a major difference between the two platforms any more.
Making it easier. Have Clients that love you but have trouble knowing what to say about you? Encourage them to send their friends and colleagues to your blog as a way to make the connection. That way they don’t have to feel like they have to say the perfect words about your business in order to give the referral.
Start one! You can (and will want to) build a strategy and a plan later, but if you see value for you, jump in! Go to http://blogger.com (what I use) and get started in less than five minutes for free.