Now, you have to remember that even though there are tons of making money online blogs out there, only a few percentage of them really will ever help you. Like perhaps 3% or so.
Whilst writing your blog, bear in mind relevant websites you can link to. You can also link to pages from your own website. For example, if you are an estate agent and you are writing a blog on buying a holiday home, perhaps provide a link to your holiday homes page on your site. You could then provide an external link to a relevant site. For example, perhaps linking to a site which offers holiday home mortgage advice. The possibilities are endless.
Dress up your comments. Even if you don’t have any readers, you can be assured that comment spammers will find you. Comment spammers are the guys dropping off-topic advertisements for Viagra and weight loss pills in the comments of your visit my website. Nothing kills the ability of a blog to attract new links like a spammy site. And nothing says ‘spammy site’ like a comments page full of irrelevant comments and links. So monitor and delete spammy comments on a regular basis. In addition to deleting the garbage comments, you need to foster a positive community.
When you search for WoW related online blogs or blogs that mention World of Warcraft, you might find that there are so many, you don’t know how you will keep up with all of them or go through them properly. This is why you can make use of helpful features such as RSS feeds. This will allow you to view all of your favorite WoW blogs through a feed reader to scan the headlines first and see what you want to read over.
Also, paid sites will have much easier access to customer service in case a problem arises. Often, a mere call to an 800 number can have a problem resolved immediately. With a free site, you will never get such excellent customer service. Remember, creating a blog must also incorporate a commitment to blog management. Without access to a blog service that provides proper customer support, managing the blog becomes a lot more difficult.
You do not need to worry about the working hours, since a blog works round the clock. That means that people can access you any time even while you are asleep. This will help you work with less staff hence reducing your expenses.
In conclusion, I strongly believe this outline will be of help when writing your own business plan and just before I drop my pen; I want to ask a question. Do you really think a business plan can add value to a blog? I would love to hear your opinion in the comment below.