It is obvious that blogging has changed the last 10 years, but the reasons or the goals that motivate each blogger, to type from 500 to 3000 words every day, have remained almost the same. Communication and self-publishing are the top answers for almost every blogger out there.
Nevertheless blogging has elevate into a big business game.
The Blogging DNA
Blogging is another stream of income for people that carry an entrepreneur DNA. Decades before the term “startupers” emerge, a tribe of digital bees was actively writing and publishing their words into blogs. Back in the days we called them: weblogs.
In a way, we can say that the journalists and writers, back in the early 1990s, showed us how to use blogs to make unknown voices to be heard. Today many bloggers earn their living through this activity. So from the days (1991-1994) where blogging was just a hobby, today it’s a business of billions.
Since January 1994 when the very first blog was created up to today’s microblogging platforms, blogging is a major part of the internet’s growth and digital marketing evolution.
We must admit that today’s blogs and bloggers are quite different from the blogs of yesteryears. But no matter how conditions may have changed, blogs & bloggers are the running blood inside The Internet.
More and more people are seeking ways to create money coming blogs. Unfortunately, people who look for easy money forget the basics of blogging. For example they lack essential skills on writing a good blog post. See here how you can create a blog post that brings great traffic into your blog.
Blogging is a Science and Art
Every day millions of blog posts are being published making it more difficult to separate your brand from the crowd. Keyword based content has transformed into a science of communication and psychology field. Being a creative wordsmith isn’t enough if you want to produce leads and increase your income.
Embrace the fact that blogging should be one of your top priorities in your marketing strategy for you and your clients.
Have you ever tried Guest Blogging?
It’s all about creating content for a blog that doesn’t belong to you. Guest blogging is a brilliant strategy for making your writing skills popular. This activity provides rich opportunities of large scale exposure to the public and brings back great amount of traffic for both involved parties, yours and the hosted blog.
When blogging becomes a daily occupation and you wish to make it a profitable one, then guest blogging is the best next step. You can boost your work, establish your personal brand (as an authority in your market) and build a strong business networking circle for future partnerships.
Bear in mind that, if we don’t water the blogging tree it will never gives us fruits. Showing up into the tribe of guest bloggers, means that you are sharing a certain culture and you are actively support other bloggers into your own nest. If you haven’t already, then start today by adding a “Guest Blogging” column into your own blog. Give a little, to get something in return!
Guest blogging is a two way street. So make room and share your columns with other fellow bloggers that are close to your target audience. A new voice will add fresh air and a variety of topics into your blog. Believe me that is ulta engaging and will boost traffic! Read this article to learn more.
Add Medium Into your Blogging Schedule
Medium is an online publishing platform developed by Evan Williams, and launched in August 2012. Medium taps into the brains of the world’s most insightful writers, thinkers, and storytellers to bring you the smartest takes on topics that matter. So whatever your interest, you can always find fresh thinking and unique perspectives.
Given the amount of everyday published posts and the authority value, Medium’s SEO is stronger than the majority of independent blogs. Medium is open to creativity and bloggers can use its strong SEO to boost their own work. It’s highly recommended to use Medium’s official import tools, if you want to reap all the benefits of Medium’s SEO and discoverability. Continue reading…
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