Blogs serve multiple purposes for a business. A great tool to help educate people about products and the industry, they can be an excellent means of generating leads. Essentially, blogs help form a connection between businesses and their customers, where the former can exchange a wide range of information with the latter.
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Survey sites are pretty common online, but Paid Surveys Online doesn’t get off to a good start. In fact, the site looks hastily put together and it doesn’t exactly look like any type of legitimate business.
There is a blogging revolution going on. Large numbers of people are finding that they really do have the knowledge to start off their own blog sites and even generate traffic to them. But, how realistic is this as an income method?
You already know that making money online is possible, and you want to be one of the ‘success stories’. You also know that a website is going to play a huge role in making sales and earning. But you’ve also heard that creating content can be a huge pain in the butt, take lots of time, and doesn’t always give great results. So why not get someone (or something) else to do it for you?! Then you heard about how amazing autoblogging software is. Oh boy, does that sound sweet! Free content, automatically posted to your blog, while you make money on autopilot. Unfortunately, all of these slogans are pure hype.
While Autoblog Samurai may well create an automatically updating blog for users, the quality of this blog is a whole different story. Like most autoblogging software, Autoblog Samurai ends up creating sites that are unlikely to rank, uninteresting to readers and very unlikely to actually make any sales. Realistically, all Autoblog Samurai really does is reinforce why manually created sites are so much better than anything made automatically.
Blog silos have been gaining a lot of popularity lately and it’s already becoming one of those new buzzwords that gets beat-to-death by online marketers.
Marketers have a way of using catchy little phrases to explain what is often, a complicated process. They also have a way of abusing something that works to the point that it doesn’t work anymore. Blog silos, or “siloing” is no different, so far.
When you run a blog, for profit or otherwise, there comes a time when you know you should really publish a post, but you just don’t feel like it. WHY do you need to post even though you don’t want to? There are two main reasons.
There has been a lot of buzz around certain viral blogging platforms, and how small businesses can use this thing (whatever it is) to grow their business. But the truth is that “viral” is just another hyped buzz word and these products have no real value for real-world small businesses. In fact, what you may not have realized because of very clever marketing tactics and a whole lot of misguided affiliates, is that these blogging platforms are actually MLM-style pyramid schemes.
Blogs are becoming increasingly popular as ways to express opinion online and also as methods of making money. While many people develop blogs or websites specifically for making money online, other people use blogging as a tool for expressing themselves or simply connecting with an audience. For people who already have an established blog, it can be challenging to work out how to make a profit off it without having to start a whole new site, or driving away existing traffic.