Have you heard of Community Blogging? Do you know it can generate a whole lot of traffic to your website? In the next few minutes, I will show you how you can generate traffic through community blogging and enhance your internet marketing presence.
Most of us started blogging with the fire to kill and the passion to excel. We expect our blog to bring in visitors day after day. We started off firing 3 posts per day and then down to 1 post per day. In the end, because of one reason or another, the postings become probably once a month. We start to lose visitors and in the very end, we saw a ‘0 visits to your blog’ after you posted a sorry statement about not posting.
Does the above scenario sounds familiar to you? If yes, please kindly read on.
Community blogging is whereby a group of bloggers come together and post in a single blog. The blog can be of a single similar theme or various themes and topics. So you can expect the blog to be very active with posts after posts. You can relax and your buddy bloggers will post and vice-versa. This keeps visitors coming back as they knows this is a very active blog. Therefore, it’s a win-win situation for the visitors and the bloggers.
So how do we generate traffic to our own website?
Most of the bloggers will have their own blog or website to maintain while they continue to post at the community blog. This also drives traffic to their own blog or website when they put a link on the post that they wrote in the community blog. Imagine having 1000 hits per day on the active community blog and just 5% click through to your website through your hyperlinks. And that would equal to 50 visits per day. In a month, that would be 1500 visits. This is free traffic.
One community blog that I’ve just joined is [http://99bloggers.com]99Bloggers. It’s a blog that talks on various topics with many friendly bloggers. It’s a new startup but I expect the blog to be a hit soon as all the bloggers have one thing in mind and that is to drive the blog up the charts. It’s getting approx. 100 hits per day at the moment but soon, we will expect more to come.
One thing is for sure. It’s always better to join a new startup than something that has already been established. You will be sure your links will be up there when the page rank of the site goes up. I don’t think it would be that easy if you are going to join some that is well established.
I’m neither a great internet marketer nor someone who has created a large fortune from the internet. I’m just someone who wants to get out of the rat race – out of all the office politics. I hope to show you the way into the world of Internet Marketing – free. I thought knowledge should be shared.
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