What is a blog? A blog is a combination of a personal webpage and a journal – in some cases. In other cases, it is a way to get customer feedback. Others use blogs as a personal journal. There really is no answer these days to what is a blog, simply because a blog can be many different things, with many different uses – depending on the blogger who is blogging.
The blogs have evolved in way which makes them highly interactive. The owner of the blog can allow the visitors to post their comments. Many blogs allow the use of trackback which make them even more interactive. It is possible to subscribe to RSS feeds of the blogs by which the subscriber gets to know as soon as new posts are made to the blogs.
Warrior Forum often has posters who list blogs with dofollow links enabled. You may have to search around a bit, but they’re there. The problem here is the same problems as numbers 1 and 2 above – namely these blogs get ambushed with spam and the dofollow is changed to nofollow quickly.
Okay, this is what I am talking about when it comes to bad blogging advice. What’s sad about this is that people get sucked into this crap and end up spending a bunch of money on worthless backlinks from worthless blogs.
The term blog is a shortened term for web-log. Girl gamer started as an online application that allowed users to post their thoughts and personal musings. The appeal quickly grew because unlike websites that required (and still do) time to upload and hours to update blogs are updated in real time.
So, while I’m waiting to climb out of Google’s sandbox, I have an ace in the hole and another up my sleeve that is continuing to make sales for me – my blog. Unknowingly, I had stumbled upon one of the best ways to get my products out there before the buying public.
Keyword-rich, that is. Blogs are a great way to generate keyword-rich content, especially if you update your blogs each day. In fact, for some smaller businesses, blogs make more sense than hard-to-create web pages. Blog software makes creating a blog almost automatic while the spiders on search engines seem to favour high-quality and often updated keyword-rich blogs.
Don’t let anyone try to tell you that the bottom is falling out of web marketing. The awesome growth and popularity of Blogs shows that they could not be more wrong.