Gentlemen Prefer Blogs

It can be mind numbingly boring searching through the vast amounts of online legal blogs. If you are looking for the most valuable ones that have the best, most up to date information, there is a quick easy way to finding them.

I hope the wheels of your mind are spinning real fast about now, because if I can help just one blogger, who in turn helps another blogger keep from wasting their time, money and effort leaving the wrong type of comments on the wrong online blogs…

Your pay, as a professional freelance blogger, depends on the payment that you negotiate for yourself. The pay you can demand depends on: your blogging experience, your writing experience, your ideas, and most of all, on your confidence in your skills.

Why does this happen, you ask? There are almost as many theories as there are SEO (Search Engine Optimization) experts. Many believe that this probation period is not related to the sites themselves, but to their links. It is believed that back link (pure link popularity) credit is placed in a reserve for a period of time (2-4 months) before it is applied to ranking and has an effect. The theory behind this is to combat PR (Page Rank) purchasers from dominating PR from the beginning. It is meant to deter spam websites.

First of all, the search engines love blogs. Google knows people love outdoors because they’re constantly updated with fresh new content. So they give them great rankings in the search engines. That means you get tons of visitors to your blog without having to pay for advertising.

Its enough because top blogs gets updated by their owners pretty often so just following them and learning in their footsteps are usually enough. Refer often and do the same actions in your own blog too.

Over the short years of blogging history, blogging has become simpler in some ways, and more complicated in others. Today, using a service such as Blogger at http://www.blogger.com anyone who has access to a computer with an Internet connection can be set up and blogging in less than five minutes. In that way, blogging has become simplified. However, RSS has come into the picture, which in some ways makes blogging very confusing for beginners.