A blog is a journal or website which is available on the internet and contains links to other websites. The person who creates the blog is the ‘blogger’, when you update a blog you are ‘blogging’. Individual blogs are called ‘blog posts’ or ‘blog entries’. As a general rule, blogs are regularly updated. For the purpose of SEO, the more regularly updated the better.
News is anything latest, and latest is always the most wanted. Add a news section in your blog. You can either update this section regularly or connect your blog with some proper news website (voluntarily or by paying them some money). In this way, your blog will come in two categories; your particular niche and the latest ongoing news, which will in turn increase the exposure of your blog.
Try and link to other related Blog posts across the internet to enhance your viewership. The much more interconnected your blog site becomes the higher opportunity there’s that an individual surfing the web will stumble across your blog. Therefore, it’s vitally essential that you just link your blog to related blog.
Use RSS Feeds – RSS is an abbreviation for “Really Simple Syndication.” Anytime readers go to your blog they can subscribe to your feed and receive email updates whenever you post new content. This is the simplest way for them to follow your blog and not have to spend all their time online each day.
One of the best places I have found to share my blog and posts on is Facebook and their blog roll called Networked online blogs. Many of my followers are from Facebook and when I post my reviews and giveaways they are prompted to visit my blog and enter giveaway. This all ties in to adding visitors to my site and the above mentioned Google ranking. I also have a special area on my blog for followers to follow my site via Networked Blogs to make it easier for them. The easier you make it, the happier your visitors are and more likely to follow you permanently.
Blogs were first known to be server log files. And when the internet was introduced, it became web log. By the mid 90s, the virtual community slowly accepted the fact that you can write web logs even if you are just an ordinary person. Thus, the virtual community has fully embraced blogging as a source of information.
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