How To Advertise Your Blog On Other People’s Blogs

One of the best ways to get quality backlinks is by commenting on blogs, particularly blog posts with high PageRank (PR). However, there are two types of blogs for commenting. They are dofollow and nofollow.

Blogs in general are simply diaries or logs of daily or moment to moment activity, quite simply a journal of sorts. Although lately blogs have become a great way to share your opinion or simply share knowledge with others, in personal or social life as well as in a business environment. It has become a way to have fun, feel close, or even become reachable in all sorts of situations.

So how do we make money from blogs? Because of their potential to drive traffic, blogs can be used as a means for advertising. Two money spinning products are promoted via blogging are Google AdSense and affiliate products. Affiliate products refers to products from affiliate companies such as Clickbank, paydotcom, and shareasale to mention but a few.

With My creative profile, size doesn’t always matter. If a blog has thousands and thousands of readers, that doesn’t mean it’ll be a slam dunk for you. Look at the comments section of the blog to see if people are actually providing feedback.

Set up Google Alerts for creative blogs 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.

First, content is king. Although your layout may have some impact on your visitors, content is the most important part of your blog. You need to learn to write and write often so you are making money with blogs. After all, a true blog is really a weblog that tells the reader about something. While you may not be making money with blogs about your dating life alone, your blind-date escapades can draw in traffic to your site with the right kind of writing.

Any or all of these techniques can help you survive a creative dry spell. Once the creativity starts to kick in, keep tabs on the ideas when they’re flowing. Creativity comes in bursts, and it pays to ride the waves when they come. Not only will you be able to keep your blog rolling along till the next big rain, you might have the chance to build community as well through commentary and links. Who knows? You might help someone else break out of their creative slump too.