Blogs which attract lots of readers need frequent updates, so blogs are word-eating monsters. Writers who write for the most popular blogs generate an amazing amount of material, anywhere from two to ten or more blog posts (short articles, which may consist of anywhere from twenty to several hundred words) each and every day. This means that every blog needs writers, and because blogs are becoming so popular with Web sites, many businesses and publications are actively looking for freelance writers who know how to blog.
Now to successfully increase your brand awareness and tap the maximum potential of guest blogging; getting your articles published is just the first step. You need to know how to get the best out of your articles. Below are eight extra ways you can exploit your published guest articles.
Websites are generally more static than follow my journey. What this means is that their content doesn’t get changed very frequently. Content is static with few changes made over time. Whereas with blogs, which are noted for being active, have their content changing frequently. It is for this reason that they are so popular with search engines like Google.
Blogs varying in topics, themes, and set-ups, can be found in blog directories. First time users who want to get an idea of what the blogging world is all about can browse through a number of blogs using these directories. This way they’d get an idea of what these blogging communities are like.
After you’ve compressed your video blog, you’re ready to post it online. As a compressed Quicktime movie, you can just place it on your website with a link directly to it, just as you would with a regular web page. Or you may want to get involved in a video blogging community; if you do this, each community will have its own rules for putting your new vblog up and arranging introductory information around it, and you should read this carefully.
If you don’t already have a blog, creating a blog is your first step. You can do this very quickly. Creating a new blog at blogger.com (which is owned by Google) only takes a minute or two. This is your “sample” blog. Think of this blog as your blogging portfolio.
OMake your blog searchable through your interests. Many blog programs allow you to create a user profile, which allows readers to search for you and your blog by interest topic and locations, in many cases. Do not overlook this simple way to draw readers. Simply fill out your profile, taking care to use many “interests” to attract more readers and browsers.