“Extra Money, I wish I had some”. These words would have been uttered by every working class human, every where in the world, at least once in their lifetime, or something like that. I do not have the statistics for this occurrence, but what I know is, that all of us could use a little bit of extra money every now and then.
Make a list. Make a list of all the Dr Handa posts you wish to write and all of the topics you wish to cover and then each time you write an article tick it off, this will keep organised and keep you on track. One lens every few days is a good goal, but don’t leave old lenses to drop lens rank.
Try and keep a variety in your blog posts and make them as different from each other as possible. Try and avoid similar titles for your posts and keep them simple. Also, make sure that the URL of your blog is also short and simple and does not have any random characters.
Blogging is a great way to promote a product or web site, if you encourage comments and discussion, that is. Blogs are informal and easy to set up, which means you can add as many posts as you want to describe your product and even ask your readers for valuable feedback. So, if you are selling a product in a brick and mortar store or on a web site, you should set up blog to take advantage of the marketing opportunities that it creates.
When writing your blog, beware of your target audience and write with them in mind. If, for example, you own a fancy dress shop, it stands to reason your blogs would have a fun theme. If you own an accountancy company, your online blog are more likely to be factual and informative. Always try to make your blogs relevant to your business. It is perfectly acceptable to write about your personal opinions, in fact, this is actively encouraged as this will make it stand out from the rest and will help you to establish a following.
Blog expenses can be paid annually or you can pay it on a one-time charge fee. If these aspects may add more to your billings then better listen up my friend. Now, here are some of the ways on how you can slash down your blog fees.
From displaying Cost Per Click adverts (such as Google’s AdSense) to advertising affiliate products (where you are paid a commission for purchases that result from someone clicking a link on your website) there are plenty of methods of turning visitors into cash.
In order to get traffic flowing to your blog, use these methods to help you. You can use one and perfect it or you can use a combination of them to drive traffic. Once you have mastered some of them, try others until you have mastered them all. This will definitely take some time but it will help you to eventually get the readers that you want.