Blogs were originally only meant to be ‘Web Logs’, or personal journals for members of on-line communities to stay in touch, sort of like ‘underground news media’. But, it didn’t take long for net-repreneurs (internet entrepreneurs) to catch on to their popularity and to find ways to use them to make money. The human mind is infinitely creative and nothing really stays the same.
I like several of the methods above (particularly numbers 4, 5, and 7) and do them regularly, but my favorite method to find dofollow read my flips is subscribing to an exclusive monthly dofollow blog list membership. This type of membership limits the number of people who gain access to a list.
Be proactive! The most important thing you can is to be proactively engaging your online presence. This has traditionally been done with TV and radio ads which do work. But the nice thing is you can cast a wider net for cheaper online. This can easily be done for free with things like video marketing, SEO, or paid search ads. I’m not saying to flush the traditional methods since we took full advantage of TV and it worked. But these days you gotta be thinking outside the box to make it work. And most importantly, engage and reward your online community who talk about you favorably. Creating a raving fan base is a lot simpler than one typically thinks. Things like video testimonials, online reviews, and social media sharing will make your business shine like no other before.
Websites are more expensive to create and maintain than blogs. Unless you are skilled with using HTML code, understand CSS scripts and how to use FTP, you will no doubt have to hire a webmaster to take care of these things for you. This of course costs money. Any future changes will also incur additional costs which could make owning a website less attractive for many.
You can also make money online blogs by blogging by placing some Google Ads on your blogs. You get paid each time your audience clicks on the ads. You get paid when someone clicks on the ads. This is an auto-pilot income as you do not need to do any work for you to get paid.
Now you know what a blog is, but in blogs-name is a web 2.0?!? First of all, it’s not “a” web 2.0, its “the” web 2.0. Web 1.0 is the boring, html links everywhere, non-interactive, non-social internet that most of our online experience is comprised of. Web 2,0 is the multimedia rich, user friendly, options galore, and most importantly SOCAIL web that we’re beginning to experience. Sites that allow users to share videos, bookmarks, have discussions, and integrate content left and right, are being defined as web 2.0 websites.
Go ahead and take action! Build a good list of blogs using Google and Stumble Upon. Then start contacting the blog owners. Make it part f your daily routine to do this and you’ll have great success. Good Luck!