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Guest blogging is a fantastic way to drive your website’s traffic…if you can track down some of the most popular blogs in your niche. What happens, though, if you own the blog and need a few guest posts? When the tables have turned, it can be really hard to find a great guest blogger. Coming up with content on a regular basis can be incredibly difficult sometimes and that’s why it’s a good idea to have a guest blogger once in a while. So how do blog owners get these guest posts?
Twitter: This is a great site that allows you to be updated to what your friends are doing at any and all times of the day with what they call a “Tweet”.
Chances are you are not the first person to experience the error. Whichever computer errors your are experiencing it has most likely happened before. With this in mind, look for follow me that include others having the same issues. Many times they will post exactly how they resolved the problem. You can also do the same by posting your issue and resolution to help others.
Once you have your website name ready, the next step is to set up your hosting. This is a web providing service that will have your blog up and running on the net ready for the world to see. Hosting does cost depending on what package you want. The minimum is around $10 a month which you can access with Hostgator. The monthly costs are definitely worth it as you have a great chance of getting a solid ROI (return on investment) if you do everything right.
It is a fine line indeed between marketing a product and recommending it in passing to a friend who is already known to be interested in similar products or related activities. Go in there with both feet and your MySpace profile will not be there the next time you try to log in. The way to do it is to casually mention it. But do not use affiliate links if it isn’t your own product or service. Instead, encourage the reader (your “friend”) to go to your own website, or to go to your MySpace profile where there will be other links to your own site. Once on your own site, of course, you can have whatever links you like, where you wish.
You should also install plugins to your blog to automatically post your short sale content to Twitter, Facebook, and other social networking accounts. You can also manually copy your blog content onto various sites that allow you to post blogs, including sites like ActiveRain, BiggerPockets, and RealTown. One final thing you can do is author articles on authoring sites – such as eZine articles. Another benefit of syndicating your short sale content is that all these link to your blog and increase traffic to your site, which in turn builds awareness of your services and products.
Now that you have your blog setup, you need to add your WordPress AdSense template theme. Not only do these templates have a header graphic for your particular niche but they are also setup with AdSense ad blocks placed in high click areas. Good templates will also have the Google search box and use the ad units to look like a navigation bar.