One year ago, my father asked me, the young internet entrepreneur, “What’s a blog?” I paused for minute. I had heard the term before … but I couldn’t answer him. I honestly didn’t know. Little did I know that so many people would soon tap into a new type of gold mine and make money with blogs.
After interviewing at the aforementioned store, I realized they had a large clientele of happy loyal customers including the local TV station, hospital, and other businesses. Yet, even with these connections, they still had a really crappy reputation. Why? Because no one managed it. Their online and offline reputation was out of control, from the BBB to industry specific review sites and even Google. It was affecting sales big time. And taking control of your online presence and reputation is a free way to increase sales long-term. But it won’t happen overnight.
Everyone knows that Blogs are the future of the internet, they are search engine friendly and get listed very quickly, which is why many people are hosting their blogs on their own servers now because they see the importance to their business. The last thing any Internet Business Owner wants to happen is that their blog is shut down at Blogger or any other free blog hosting site.
Literally millions of feel free on every topic. Create a blog around your favorite hobby or create a review blog around products and services that you tried. Give some honest feedback on the products.
Then we have to pray that is doesn’t happen to one of our own but, if it does we want our child to feel confident enough to be able to talk with us about the situation. There are many ways to educate our children about online predators. You can get books that you both can read or a DVD that you all can sit down and watch together and talk about it. If your child is not that open with you there are many internet programs that can help you to get the message across. It is important that you let your child understand that you are really on their side no matter what. Let them know that you will be there to help them if something was to happen even if they do something they know is wrong.
A lot of time when people take on too much work and are struggling to keep everything updated they take ideas from other people. There is nothing wrong with getting ideas and inspiration from other blogs as long as all content is original. Blog readers look forward to reading unique posts. If a blogger maintains multiple blogs that are all similar, they still need to make sure each of them has completely original posts. Plus, if one reader follows the multiple blogs and the blogs seem repetitive, the reader will end up choosing to only follow one of the blogs in the future. Readers do not respond well to information that is not original.
Spiritual Blogs are needed because at the core of all health issues is a lack of understanding that all healing exists in the spiritual world and that pills can’t do what the spirit has already done. If more spiritual blogs would be created touching on this subject, the world would begin to turn toward the inside for healing rather than to another prescription.
Buying backlinks, unless it is a service that hand submits those comments and as I described, is a big waste of your hard-earned money. Whether you pay someone to use it or you use it yourself, automated blogging software is another waste of time and money. Also, leaving the wrong type of comments on the wrong type of blogs will do you more harm than good.