When I first created a blog, I planned to use it to increase my small business. I've heard that blogs have impressive search engine results, better than "normal" websites, so I had to look into this new technology.
If you've ever managed to run an online business, choosing the right audience. Even small numbers, up to 50 visitors per day, can get results, provided that 50 visitors are the right audience at your sales.
I started my first blog in the industry where I worked and fought. I'm not a lecturer, and although I enjoy doing business, I have little interest in the actual industry. The appearance of the new content of the blog on proofreading became very tiresome.
I decided to change my focus and I started blogging about what I was enjoying, internet marketing. I started writing about the experiences of creating online business and telling stories about success and failure.
The blog on the web business was a lot easier than talking about proofreading, but the audience I was attracted to my blog was not very relevant to my small business. I've created a new blog, especially the Internet marketing gap I wrote about.
THE FIRST QUESTION ON IMPLEMENTING THE MONEY
My new business blog on the internet has developed very well with my traffic strategies. After a few months I decided that it was time to earn money – to get my blog taken.
Like many bloggers, I first tried Google AdSense [ https://www.google.com/adsense/ ] and placed contextual ad links on my blog.
The result – between 0 and 0.50 dollars a day, plus I was not happy with ads on my blog. A few months later, I removed AdSense.
Next time I've tried affiliate marketing where we recommend other people's products and get a commission if they're selling. I wrote a good blog post in which I read my readers a fantastic offer in a marketing newsletter subscription with a bonus e-book that I thought would be very important for my audience.
I got up the day after the sales letter was published without sales. In the next seven or two months, I made a total of $ 26, not a bustling success.
Having failed to make money from my blog, I was in a bad mood and I decided that all my efforts in the past few months to increase my blog's turnover attracted the reader and had no money to spend or played games , for which they are not interested.
Needless to say, problems with blogging (since I spent a day doing more than $ 900), but the lesson I learned was good. Learn the target audience you want to attract, know why you want to attract them, and implement traffic strategies that can only bring the target audience.
It's a good idea to have a reader like ten random surfers. Transport strategies have to reflect this.
WHAT IS THE DIRECT DIRECTOR?
Take a second to accurately note who you want to read your blog. You can define the following characteristics:
– Age bracket
– Life course (university student, retired etc.)
Manager, CEO, Employee
With the target reading profile you have to make it easier to create and create content to invite them. You can "walk into your shoes" and think about the best traffic source to draw to attract the right audience. Keep in mind that in almost all cases the quality * quality of the blog is in circulation.
Source by Andrew Massaro