It can be mind numbingly boring searching through the vast amounts of online legal blogs. If you are looking for the most valuable ones that have the best, most up to date information, there is a quick easy way to finding them.

Readers always look for contents and topics that are very useful to them. Those that are not are useless. That is why in creating blogs topics should not be pertinent long time ago. It should always be fresh! It should always be pertinent in the present times. Yet, no matter how we consider our blogs as fresh after a few days or weeks they are already overripe. Thus, Let’s connect and stay in touch should always be updated for readers to keep coming back. This could be an avenue for you to invite them to visit your site. More to that, the more traffic you can get in your blogs, the faster you can build your list.

No traffic = no money. If you can’t find a way to get a lot of traffic to your website you’re not going to be making any good money. The number one thing people have trouble with when it comes to blogs is figuring out how to get enough people to visit it in order for it to be truly worth it.

It will always require some effort to actually make money. This is true for every successful Internet Marketer out there, and almost any other really rich person. They had to work to get to that point and become successful. They also had the right tools and knew how to use them. You can’t be successful in anything without the right tools, and that especially goes for internet marketing. Although there’s a lot of bogus internet marketing “systems” out there, a few of those systems actually work and give you the right tools you need to be successful. One of these systems is discussed in my blog, which I’ll include a link to in the resource box. Feel free to check it out after reading this article.

Its enough because top blogs gets updated by their owners pretty often so just following them and learning in their footsteps are usually enough. Refer often and do the same actions in your own blog too.

There are two possible solutions here. 1) all bloggers stop allowing comments without approving them. This is unlikely to happen. 2) Search engines find a way to devalue all comment links in any blog whatsoever. This will be unfair to legitimate commenter but as often happens the many suffer for the ill-conceived online blogs actions of a few.

Look at the websites for major magazines that appeal to your target customer. Lots of them have blogs (which should be an obvious target for you) BUT many of these sites also list their favorite blogs. For example: Martha Stewart has a “Blogs I Like” section on her site. Shoot, if it’s good enough for Martha, it’s probably good enough for you.

This will be now your springboard to invite them in your site. As you do, give them compelling offers to entice them. It could be free ebooks, short reports, or free downloads. More to the enticement that you inflict to them is you are starting to get their trust. With this, you build relationships. This will help you build your list!