Blogs are a good way of getting your point across to a large number of people, all at a time. A lot of people are turning into avid bloggers to beat the stress, resulting out of their usually mechanical lives. Blogs are a nice way, of giving vent to your thoughts and ideas. It is also a very good platform, for advertising your product or services.
The Internet is constantly changing, so you must continually monitor your results. If you do not know how to use Google Analytics, you need to. It will tell you how your blog is doing and where your traffic is coming from. When you find something that is working for your blog, you know that you can repeat that for another blog. When you find something that is not working you know that you need to refine your system.
Article marketing can be the cornerstone of your business. If you’ve ever heard that content is king, then you are right and article marketing is one of the reasons because of it. To get traffic to your blog and to start earning with adsense, you need to create traffic out of thin air and get these people to click on your ads. The best way to get people to click is with relevant content.
What provided the most value to me were all the specific plugins, tools, and strategies he mentions. Unfortunately to me, he says multiple times that monetizing your blog is the most common purpose of blogging (I would disagree, as I started mine as a fun way to write down my thoughts), so most of his suggestions focus on this goal, but he also gives information and tips for bloggers with non-monetary motivation.
When I find myself searching and reaching to post noise”, I am reminded of something a writer said…(I think it was Seth Goins but not sure…) He basically said when you are trying to get readers, traffic, etc. and frustration sets in…”don’t get louder…get better”. To me that means take a quiet seat in the back, forget about analytics for a few days and find my voice again.