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The idea behind a traditional, commercial blog is a money-making marketing niche and then regularly posts large amounts of high-quality, original content related to that niche. If you are an excellent writer, an expert on the subject of that blog, you may be able to post new content on a daily basis. If you don't do this, your blog will slip into the search engine rankings and will no longer be a profitable venture. Therefore, by starting a commercial blog, you have signed up for a full-time profession as a writer and webmaster. It seems that a single person, no matter how expert they are, will run out of new ideas for a post at some point and then the blog will fail due to lack of new content. At some point, you may want to think about adding posts from sources other than yourself, as long as the content is original. Original content that you have not written yourself, it is very difficult to find until you pay other people to make it for you.


You will also have to monetize your blog, meaning that you will have to place banners and text ads for products related to your blog theme. The idea is that you may have already attracted highly targeted web traffic to your blog for the products you are selling.


For this targeted traffic to sell enough of the product to make all your diligence worthwhile, you should do the things you need to rank high in the search engines for the best keywords in your blog. Your blog should be optimized for search engines and you need to create as many qualitybacklinks as possible, be able to as many places as possible, all pointing back to your blog.

This may involve submitting lots of articles related to your blog topic to different article marketing sites. You should optimize your articles to include your leading keywords or keywords in the ratio of 1 to 4 percent of the total words in the article. The "self-serving" link given to you at the end of your article will be transformed into powerful backlinks for you in the coming years. You may also want to think about paid advertising such as Google AdWords, but I would not recommend that the high "cost-to-outcome ratio," especially if you are not yet making a profit to pay for advertising Huh.


You can also post positive and relevant comments in closely related blogs and forums. After all this extra work is done, you create an email campaign aimed at adding a squeeze page to your blog, creating an opt-in email marketing list and encouraging visitors to return to your blog and get your products. May want to think about doing.


If all of this sounds like a lot of work, it is this and I am just talking about keeping and promoting the same blog related to the same topic, selling only products related to that topic. Under the theory that more preferable and pretending that you are some sort of gift with endless time on your hands, why not make another blog on another popular but different topic and double your profit. How about 4 blogs, thus quadrupling your returns or 7 or 16 or 32 or even 64 blogs and become rich in the process?


I'm sure, by this time, you can deduce where all this is going from: how can a single person get it? This brings me to the subject of auto blogging. Auto blogging software was invented to automate the process of periodic blog posting on multiple blogs. At first blush, it seems like a miracle, but it is on inspection away from a complete solution. Auto blogging software originates on the web and detects articles and videos that can legally be reproduced and that match keywords related to your niche. You input these keywords into the software during the process of setting up each blog.

After this is complete, you must decide whether to allow the software to be robotically posted on an hourly or daily basis to the specified article or video. Alternatively, you have the option to gather those potential posts into a folder where they will wait for your personal review. You can then choose which articles and videos will actually be posted to the blog and which will be deleted. Using this option will greatly improve the quality of your blog. It will also take more time for you.


It is important not to have software posts automatically. If you automate the process, you will simply find a lot of nonsense on your blog, some of which do not even apply to the personal topics of your blog. You will be creating blogs that no one will want to read. To make matters worse, the search engine will never list your blog on the high list that they will appear in the listing. In short, all your blogs will probably fail and you will have wasted all your time and money.


The good news is that there is a middle-ground option for pure auto blogging and that is to manually post all articles and videos. It should be understood that search engines such as Google, Yahoo and Bing are strongly biased in favor of blogs using purely original, high quality content. As we have already discussed, creating a blog like this is a very labor-intensive and time-consuming venture, but it is often rewarded with listings on the first page of search engines in some of the numbers that your keywords Are related to. These keywords should appear frequently (up to 4%) in your post to demonstrate relevance to your blog theme.

If you go the auto blogging route, but screen your posts well before allowing them to appear publically, you will increase your odds of excellent search engine ranking. However, you will still be unhappy with the search engine, determining that your content is not original. Search engines will find that it has appeared elsewhere on the web before being posted to your blog. If you keep your content and your content relevant to the highest quality and organically (preferably 7 days a week), you can still kiss the abundance of traffic and significantly higher search engine rankings. If you add in some absolutely original articles you've written, your search engine ranking should be slightly higher.


In actuality, you will soon find that many of your blogs perform very well in the long run while others do not bring any income. Even with partial automation, posting to 50 blogs each day and promoting them all together is going to be more than you can manage if you expect to do the best possible job with each individual blog. Huh.


When you initially set up your blog, keep in mind that each has to be tracked by Google Analytics so that you can periodically view and record the progress of each blog in terms of traffic.After a couple months of systematically posting all your blogs, you will find that some have started doing very well while others are a big disappointment. You need to give this process enough time to find and follow your blog.

In this time you should avoid or get rid of all the blogs which are performing below a certain standard while remaining more vibrant. If you left twenty of your original 50 blogs, you can significantly reduce your total daily posting time by only giving full support to high performing blogs. After a period of time, you may decide to remove even more and replace them with new blogs promoting new products and see how they perform.

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