Over the years I have been using blogs to sell Products. I have had real good success with them. If the people like your blog they will follow it and become real loyal customers and buy what ever you have to sell.
Blogs are short for “Web Logs”. These are postings that you can create to inform potential and existing customers about your products and services. Your posting can include text, images, video and audio https://arsprojecta.com/. In addition, because of interactive nature of blogs, your prospects can give feedback, thus keeping you on the cutting edge of your customers needs.
Most blogs are linked to the companies main page, making a great source for attracting people to your website. Another plus for blogs is the more you update it the higher your blog will appear in the search rankings. They are picked up by RSS feeds which stands for “Really Simple Syndication.”
With an RSS feed you can send news and information directly to your customers and new prospects. Additionally, you can stay updated on the Industry trends by subscribing to RSS feeds that supply customized, relevant content about current news events. Creating RSS feeds can also help position your Company as a leading source of information, which could mean more customers for your products or services that you are trying to market.
Some business owners start blogs to increase the amount of content on their website while others begin with a blog. To maximize the online impact and ability to make money with your website you need both static content (information that doesn’t change much) and content that is updated regularly (news, specials, tips, etc). The updated content (blog) builds interest, traffic and authority, helping make you the one people trust. The static pages convert that interest and trust into sales.
For most companies, there is no need to have both a website and a blog, you can use the blogging software, WordPress, as both. WordPress uses ‘pages’ for your static content, (like the description of your business) and ‘posts’ for dynamic content and news. Pages can have pages and subpages, allowing you to create easy site navigation for your visitors. Categories and tags make it easy for your visitors to move around your site, finding the things they’re most interested in.
If you’re looking to set up a free blog to make a few bucks (one of my favorite strategies for making money online), niche market research is one of the most important factors – if not the most important – that will determine your ultimate success!
Choosing a niche market can be compared to a bar fight: if you had the choice, would you pick a former heavy weight champ as your opponent – or a 98 pound weakling? When you’re researching and deciding on a niche market for your blog, it’s kind of the same idea. You want to find one where you have a chance – not where you’re competing against big boys. The good news is that if you know what you’re doing, finding a target market isn’t that hard.
To start, you have to narrow your focus. Almost everyone starts with much to broad of an idea – the good news is that it’s almost impossible to get too focused. Are you a 40+ year old female who’s into breeding Great Danes? There’s probably a market for that out there!
A very easy starting point for research is the Google External Keyword Tool and the Free Keyword Suggestion Tool from Wordtracker – both of these can be found with a simple Google search. Go to these sites, enter in a few keywords you think people in your target market might be looking for, and see what comes up –
Without going too far into details, if I can find a ‘theme’, a niche, based around a series of long-tail keywords that have a good amount of monthly searches, if those keywords don’t have a lot of competition, and they’re relevant to a market that’s willing to spend money, I’ve found a solid niche.
You’ll also want to look at competing sites: you’ll have a hard time if all the sites that come up on the first page of your search have been around for ten years and have a page rank of 6 and higher. But if you can find a small, under-served but in-demand niche, you’re in the money!