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blogging is better than article

Postby surendradayama » Sat Jul 05, 2008 11:33 am

Hi ,
Can any one guide me which is better to promote your website Blogging or Article submission.?
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Re: blogging is better than article

Postby rustmandevil » Sat Apr 04, 2009 12:55 am

Promoting Your Blog

This is in no way a science or guarantee; it's simply a few suggestions with which many bloggers have found success.

Set your blog to Send Pings. When this setting is activated, your blog will be included in various "recently updated" lists on the web as well as other blog-related services.

Activate Your Navbar. Do this and you might start to see the effects right away! One of the features on the Blogger Navbar is a button called NextBlog - click it to visit the next Navbar-enabled blog.

Install Email This Post. If you use Email This Post on your blog, people will be able to forward your posts to friends. This may not have an immediate impact on your site stats but it enables others to publicize your blog for you.

Turn on Post Pages. By publishing every post as its very own web page with Post Pages, you ensure that your entries are way more link-able and more attractive to search engines.

Turn on your site feed. When people subscribe to your site feed in their newsreaders, they're very likely going to read your post.

Add your blog to Blogger's listings. When you add your blog to our listings it shows up in Nextblog, Recently Updated, and other places. It's like opting-in to traffic.

Write quality content and do it well. If your "style" is bad writing, worse grammar, no punctuation, and an ugly design, that might be okay for a niche crowd. But the idea here is to achieve mass appeal, so fix yourself up a bit.

Publish regular updates. Simple: the more you blog, the more traffic you'll get.

Think of your audience. A good way to build an audience is to speak to one in particular. When you keep your audience in mind, your writing gains focus. Focus goes a long way toward repeat visitors.

Keep search engines in mind. There are a few things you can do to make your blog more search engine friendly. Use post titles and post page archiving. This will automatically give each of your post pages an intelligent name based on the title of your post. Also, try to be descriptive when you blog. A well crafted post about something very specific can end up very near the top results of a search.

Keep your posts and paragraphs short. Strive for succinct posts that pump pertinent new information into the blogosphere and move on. Keep it short and sweet so visitors can pop in, read up, and click on.

Put your blog URL in your email signature. Think of how many forwarded emails you've seen in your day, and just imagine the possibilities.

Sumbit your address to blog search sites and directories. People look for blog content at Technorati every day, are you on their list? You should be. Submit your blog's url to Technorati, Daypop, Blogdex, Popdex, and any other site of that ilk you come across.

Link to other blogs. Links are the currency of the blogosphere and it takes money to make money so start linking.

Install a blogroll. It's a very simple yet effective social networking scheme and it has the same result as a simple link if not stronger: traffic! So if you don't have one yet, sign up for a blogroll and get that link-list going.

Be an active commenter. This is in the same vein as linking. Most comment systems also provide a way for you to leave a link back to your blog which begs a visit at the very least. So if you feel inspired, leave a comment or two in your blog travels. It behooves you.

Enable Following on your blog. Following a is a great way to keep your friends updated on the latest activity on your blog. New blogs will have this blog feature enabled by default, but for older blogs you will have to enable it from the Layout | Page Elements tab.
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Re: blogging is better than article

Postby sunita6 » Tue Apr 14, 2009 1:52 pm


Blogging is better than article.

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6 Smart Tips For Better Blogging

You’ve read about it…you’ve heard about it…and now you want to get in on it. The blogosphere is waiting for you! BUT...if you want to consider blogging as a means to build a customer base, make sure you understand what you are getting yourself into.

Bloggers have something to say and this is their conduit to communicate their ideas to the universe. They’ll welcome you if you’re on the up-and-up and send you down in flames if you’re trying to pull a fast one.

If you want to use the Internet to build your following, you have to be disciplined and passionate about communicating your message online. If you are doing this just for publicity, it will show and you’ll be rejected. If you are doing it without a purpose, it will show and you’ll be rejected. If you are not involved personally in communicating with your readers, it will show and you’ll be rejected.

In other words, do it right or don’t do it at all.

The 6 Smart Tips For Better Blogging

If you have the dedication and constituency to get your blog out there, post regularly and keep the relationships in the blogosphere going, you might see the fruits of your labour.

1. Do It the Easy Way. Don’t get complicated with your blog. If you have to depend on someone to maintain it for you, make sure it’s someone you can count on. The moment the blog stops being fun, the moment your interest starts dwindling because posting is complicated…that’s the moment your blog starts to die.

2. Be Hard On Yourself. Make sure you have the discipline to post at least twice a week if you want to create a disciplined following. Be consistent about when you post new info. If your posting schedule is all over the place, you stop being a reliable source of information and people are going to place their attention somewhere else.

3. Don’t Be A Bore. People appreciate the written word, but in general are more entertained by more dynamic content. If possible, include video or audio when you get a chance. Most blogging platforms today can easily integrate content from YouTube or any video site.

4. Be A Collaborator. You don’t have to be the author of all your blog postings. Collaborate with colleagues. This is a great opportunity for cross-promotion. “You write for me and I’ll write for you.”

5. Tag Like Your Blog Depended On It. (It does!) Make sure to tag all your articles and entries. This will make it easier for the search engines to find you and can be used to navigate better on your own blog.

6. Unless You’re A Designer, Let A Pro Do It. Even the tastiest morsels of information are hard to swallow when a blog looks dreadful. A badly designed blog has a negative impact on your credibility. It’s like showing up to work unwashed and in your old clothes. In most cases people will have a hard time getting to your message because your appearance is not consistent with it.

Unless you’ve got some graphics skills, use a professionally designed template if possible or hire somebody who knows his/her way around blog design.

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Re: blogging is better than article

Postby davidhussey » Wed Mar 30, 2011 7:52 am

In general fresh content is good anyway, but I would prefer a blog for the above reasons :

1) Blogs are like a trend, and people like them more than ordinary sites

2) Syndication through feeds and trackbacks can make your blog more visible (in terms of traffic)

3) People can post comments to your content, and give you better feedback + more fresh content
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