Blog Kaos or Blog Nirvana
Getting your blog listed and see is becoming more dificult simply because more people are blogging. But on the flip side we are seeing more fair listing services like DIGG FARK and many more like it. Why are these lists in existence? SImply because it worked for Google and they want a similar process. Why Google worked is another story.
So with the millions of people you are against how do you get your article listed? Well first like with all business doing anything you need to see the people are doing it right and getting what you want already.
Then out do them or if you can’t out do them the most important factor in your article is to be something original. I can’t tell you how many lame articles got 500 digs I swear just because it was a original thought (idea ect).
I mean think about it, there is millions of people with hundreds of thoughts. It’s actually really hard to come up with something new in the blog world. Now redoing something already done is aoption and can work but you already 50% chance of getting burried just for what you are doing.
So what the solution, talk about your life and when you have something happen that you like build a list around it and find anything related to it so you can add to the list.
What’s so great about lists?
Well “I” love them, but universally they condense a lot of information in a straight forward easy to navigate process. They also sound very impressive during a dinner party. They also keeps most opinions at bay unless it’s about oppinions.
Anyways don’t get discouraged, your blog will always get love from Google it’s their favorite no business type of website.
Written by Charles Yarbrough
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Charles has been working as a webmaster since 1998. Since then, he has had his hands in thousands of websites and has helped millions get online through a company he partially owns called Web Host Pro.