When I first wrote my original “Why I Hate Blogs” for article submission I was pretty sure that the humor would get some hits but in my wildest dreams I never thought that out of the 26 articles I did write that it would be second in the amount of the hits it did get. Actually it was dark humor because I honestly do hate spending the time blogging away or let us be more specific – I honestly DID hate spending that time.
Blogs were initially set up so that people had a place on the Internet where they could create sort of an online diary or journal. They had a place to tell their stories and share with their friends and families. Now, of course, we have social networking sites like Facebook, which is easy to use and performs all the functions most social blogs were created for.
The Xbox 360 4GB Console with Kinect is the latest innovation primarily designed for players out there who desire to have a 3D experience to make gaming even more exciting. The 3D experience take the gaming experience to a whole new level.
One. How do Online profile make money? Bloggers make money by recommending or reviewing products. If a blogger tells you about a product (which has a referral payment) and you use that link to purchase the item, the blogger gets paid.
Reciprocation — Wal-Mart provides a free (and massive) PS3 buyer’s guide on their site that provides all the information you need to make a decision between the $500 and $600 basic units, and all the accessories required. Giving such complete information not only sets up the authority persuader but also makes you value the content and feel indebted to the retailer. That’s gaming blogs called reciprocity.
Products that have affiliate programs get far more publicity. That is certainly correct of my internet marketing success blog, and it really is most likely true of other blogs. So how do blogs make money? For example, I am a fan of let’s say magnetic sponsoring, but I’ve never ever posted a real write-up about it. I’ve also seen that when blogs write about attraction marketing, they are likely to link to marketers who offer them an affiliate payment.
Submit your site to the major Search engines, such as Google, MSN, DMOZ. They are free but can take some time to list your site so submit it early on. (Especially DMOZ which can take FOR EVER!). The benefits of this are obvious, Google organic searches provides over half of this blogs traffic. Organic Google is also more likely to click on ads unlike Digg traffic which is ‘trained’ not to.
The unfortunate fact is that you are not going to land a video game tester job whenever you want one. As a matter of fact, it may be weeks or even months before you land your first testing job. However, that doesn’t necessarily mean that you don’t have what it takes; it just means you have to keep trying & giving it your best. Not many newcomers start off at the top of their game, which means you likely won’t either. Hence, just give it time. After a few months and a few jobs, you should be able to get your footing and begin advancing in your career as a professional video game tester.