4 Further Steps To Profit From Blogging

1) Traffic

It's no secret. You must have traffic to profit from blogs. 


There are numerous ways to build traffic. 

Paid advertising, free advertising, viral marketing, search engine marketing, RSS/XML feeds, and word-of-mouth. 

You should always use your blog URL address in the signature of your email, forum discussions, message boards, or any other communication media.

 You should submit your blog URL address to search engines and blog directories

You should submit your RSS/XML URL feed to blog ping services like Ping-O-Matic and TotalPing.

 You should confidently share your blog with family, friends, co-workers, associates, and business professionals when it relates. 

Many blogs can be considered as a collection of articles, for this purpose you should submit your blog entries (those that are valuable and lengthy articles) to content syndicators like GoArticles.com or ArticleCity.com. 

Once submitted your articles can be picked up and published by others. 



The trick is to make sure you include your Blog URL address in the "About the Author" passage. 







What this does is create link popularity and backlinks for your blog, when someone picks up your article from the syndication then publish the article on their website the "About the Author" passage is included with each publication and the link you included is followed, crawled, and indexed by search engines. 

Imagine if your article is popular enough or controversial enough to produce 10,000 publications across the web. 

The search engines is bound to find your blog in no time with that many publications and credit you a authority on the topic, in return increasing your rank on search engines. 

The small effort of writing a well written article is rewarding. 

You should try to write at least 1 full length article every week for syndication and submit your article to at least 10 article syndicators.

2) Track Your Blog


How do you know if your blog has traffic? Just because no one is leaving comments doesn't mean your blog isn't growing. 


Many visitors do not leave comments but they are returning visitors. 

I know it sounds crazy but with blogs people are more interested in what "you" have to say! 

Many visitors do not comment their 1st, 2nd, or 3rd time. Some do not comment at all, but are active daily visitors.

Tracking your blog does not have to be overly sophisticated usually a simple free page counter or Google Stats will do the trick. 


Install (copy/paste) the code into the html of your blog template and start tracking your visitors.


 Its better to use a service which gives you advanced traffic analysis, such as keyword tracking information, referral information, and search engine information. 

Visitors, returning visitors, and unique visitors should be standard for any page counter service you choose.


3) Listen to Your Audience


When using the proper page counter you should begin to see how others are finding your blog and if through search engines then which keywords are being used to find your blog.


  If constantly your blog is being found by 1 or more keywords then focus your blog around those keywords to make it even more powerful. 

When writing entry titles and entries use the keywords as often as possible while keeping the blog legible and interesting.

4) Short & Concise


Aside from the lengthy article a week for syndication and publication your blog entries should be short & concise (if you can help it). 


Sometimes there are exceptions to the rule and you have no choice but to blog lengthy entries, but try to avoid this as much as possible. 

You do not want your blog entries to become hours of reading. 

Visitors like to easily find information and skim through your entries.

 It is good to be detailed and provide useful information, but do not include useless information or run away sentences that veer away from your topic. Stay keyword-focused.

Following these blogging techniques should make your blogging experience much more rewarding. 


There is no guarantee that your blog will become popular or a household name, but the effort should at least put you one step closer.

 Making money online is not an overnight experience like many may think, but making money online is definitely a foreseeable possibility. 

As well, growing popularity on the web is not an overnight experience, but through time, dedication, and persistence you will be rewarded with all the royalties of blogging.

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