I used to wonder why anyone would have a blog. Now that I’ve had one for several months I am playing quite a different tune. Having a blog is a must! Anyone having a reason to share something can use a blog to spread the word about their passion, product or service throughout the world! It’s cheap, it’s fun, and you can make it look as fun and professional as you want.
Do you have a story to share? Is it ongoing and ever-changing? A blog is perfect for you! How about a product or a line of products? You can use a blog for marketing and educational purposes. Is there a service you offer and you need to let people know you can help them? What better way than a blog to get the word out and describe to people what you can do and how it will benefit them!
Once you have established contact with the blog owners, the next step is to contact them and ask for them to link back to your website. For most blogs, they have something called a blogroll… a list of websites that they like and visit pretty often. First, add their blog to YOUR blogroll, inform them of the link and ask for them to link back to your website… nicely. Most bloggers don’t mind adding your blog to your blogroll, unless they are suspicious about your motives. But at the end of the day, if you started out being friendly and genuine, there should be nothing to be suspicious about.
Literally millions of see my updates on every topic. Create a blog around your favorite hobby or create a review blog around products and services that you tried. Give some honest feedback on the products.
Personal blogs are everywhere; they give people a place to share life long events. They give people a place to express their creative sides and talents; most of all they give people a place to meet people. With the hustle and bustle of today’s hard working society many people simply don’t have the time to meet and make new friend, contacts, or acquaintances Though we still long for stimulating conversation we rarely find it. In personal Blogs people have the chance to share the things with everyday people they would normally share with friends. Like posting vacation photos, stories they heard that day, even just a funny joke someone told at work. People share their opinions on current world events, to even house and garden issues.
Another essential tip to becoming rich, is to find and hire talented employees. Delegation is key, allowing you to help your employees help you get rich! The trick is to spot motivated employees, that ask smart questions, don’t waste time gossiping and want your job. These kind of people should be promoted and therefore, given more responsibility within your organisation. This leads to higher morale among your workforce, increasing productivity.
Start one! You can (and will want to) build a strategy and a plan later, but if you see value for you, jump in! Go to http://blogger.com (what I use) and get started in less than five minutes for free.