In this high tech world of today, it’s a wonder to find a guy who goes to his dad, to get his wallet refilled, but have you ever heard of a dad shouting at his son, at this very fine moment, to “Go and Blog!”, well it’s no more a wonder. The whole world is blogging around and earning something online. Now it’s the bloggers day and it’s time to blog again.

Use some online marketing strategies and SEO moves to improve the performance with the blog in search search engines and fetch traffic as a result. Some must use website advertising strategies for your blog may very well be…

Personal rant or a commercial site? If your Read my blog is to be a platform for your own observations on life in general or a particular topic then using your own name is, in my opinion, the best option. A blog created to sell or promote something could still bear your name but a more descriptive title would serve you better.

Create a contest on your blog. Have you visitors post comments and then reward them via autoresponder. Everyone wins something, but the grand prize winner is only announced to the list.

It online blog is a matter of choice of taste. Lots of successful marketers work with both, but it is recommended that you do not spread your time between the two at the beginning.

The blog should be well supported within your company. It is important to get your company involved in your online blogging efforts. You need to make sure that other departments in your business are involved. This includes your marketing and communications team. Business owners will need to integrate the company blog into other areas of the business. This also includes integrating your blog with social networking platforms such as Facebook and Twitter. The more social your company is, the more likely readers and customers will want to get involved with your company, and will want to communicate their thoughts and views.

Relevant, targeted backlinking. It is better to link to a specific blog post when commenting and not just your blog’s homepage. This has a better chance of being read due to its relevance to the current page the reader is on.