This is not going to be easy. Here I am writing a kind of blog which essentially says you should stop doing it. But I’m going to say it all the same. Deep breath…..blogging is wasting your time and draining your profitability. You should stop blogging right away. That’s it. Hang up your keyboard and give up blogging. It’s a has-been activity.
Once you get the hang of blogging, your next step in learning how blogging can help you with SEO is to set up a blog on your website. Many webhosting accounts now include blogs. If you can’t figure out how to set one up on your website, contact your webhosting company. They will either do it for you, or tell you how to do it. Some webhosting companies charge for the setup, some do not.
Look at my new project help improve writing and thinking. When we are forced to publicly express ourselves through the written word, it is my opinion that we become better writers.
I started blogging in March of 2004. I have certainly gained the benefits described above. Beyond those, I have made new connections with potential colleagues and collaborators who have found my blog and sent me comments, feedback or questions.
Suddenly he becomes enthralled with a new mission. He has to get to the bottom of this. With all the time he has spent on the internet communicating with people throughout the world, he has never heard of blogging. He wants to learn everything there is to know about it…
If you don’t already have a blog, creating a blog is your first step. You can do this very quickly. Creating a new blog at blogger.com (which is owned by Google) only takes a minute or two. This is your “sample” blog. Think of this blog as your blogging portfolio.
Instead of using blogs for spam, focus on building content-rich sites and getting high-value links to them. Don’t restrict yourself to just the SEO benefits of blogging. Appreciate the value that blogs can add to your marketing and public relations strategy and use them the way they were meant to be used.