In the middle 1990’s everyone started talking about needing a website. Now, the new “must have” is a web log or blog. While blogs can come in all shapes and sizes, a blog is just a very simple way to publish a journal, record of events, thoughts, ideas or whatever the author wants to write about. A blog sits on a website – whether that site is run by you or managed by a company that will “host” your blog.
I like several of the methods above (particularly numbers 4, 5, and 7) and do them regularly, but my favorite method to find dofollow blogs is subscribing to an exclusive monthly dofollow blog list membership. This type of membership limits the number of people who gain access to a list.
The person who owns the other blog, unless they don’t know what they are doing either, is not going to approve your comment. And even if they do, what is the quality of that link? What is the value of the traffic it sends to your blog, if any?
And so I grrrrrrrrrr to myself, tear out my hair, and continue to blog. Yes I duplicate stuff that is on my business site, and articles I submit for submission, and I ad links to my own writing especially when it is published professionally.
Other people simply keep Gamer to get the word out about new products or promotions. A company may keep a blog to keep readers interested in what they have to offer. This is easy and free advertising. Likewise, new internet entrepreneurs have gotten their feet wet with blogs by promoting affiliate products and selling advertising.
Spiritual Blogs are needed because at the core of all health issues is a lack of understanding that all healing exists in the spiritual world and that pills can’t do what the spirit has already done. If more spiritual blogs would be created touching on this subject, the world would begin to turn toward the inside for healing rather than to another prescription.
At any rate, I decided to check them out. The fact that a number of blog publishers allow you to build and post your comments for free, certainly didn’t hurt either.
The quickest and easiest way to set up a blog (and it is free!), is to go to http://www.blogger.com and follow the directions. They say it takes five minutes. I admit that it took me a bit longer and I am still playing with it, but it is easy! Be sure to check out the many templates and also have an idea (or several) for the name of your new blog. Most of the common ones are already taken.