Thursday, August 16th, 2007

Blogging Your Business To Increase Profits

Blog Your BusinessBlogging your business to increase profits will kind of tie into Tips On How To Sell Information Products. The days of “marketing to the herd” so to speak are not working as well as they used to be. While some “big wigs” and “businesses” will still have their protected “target markets” it is becoming increasingly aware that people are getting more “internet savvy” and thus, are looking for and actually requiring more infomation before a purchase.

This works out really well if your like me, and give almost everything away at no cost. It does not work well if your from the “Stone-Age” where you instilled fear and hype to nab the dollar. While you may still be selling, it is apparent that there is a downhill trend in selling just by having hype and a sense of urgency as your two weapons of choice.

When your Blogging Your Business, your giving your “ultimate” weapon (The Search Engines) the ammunition they need to keep you fully loaded and firing away. Sorry for the analogy, it just came to me and sounds really cool. Keeping content up and consistently updated is what it takes these days to keep favor in the Engines. Keeping your visitors coming back and increasing your awareness thru Search Engine Optimization is the biggest and most important thing you can do with your blog. Everything else just falls into place.

Your blog should build credibility, respect, awareness and trust for you and your business. While building all of these your also building another characteristic that you may not realize (but you should), and that is –>Action. If people trust you, they respect you, they know you only come forward with the best content and products, and they are aware that you are an authority in everything you do, they WILL buy from you. It only makes sense right? Of course it does, as your going to great lengths to capitalize on your talents and researching abilities.

The percent of blog owners in the world is climbing at incredible numbers. Businesses have also been catching on and climbing onto the “blogging train”. More and more businesses are opening themselves up these days, to let people get a closer look of them “on the inside”. If your a small business owner, then you already know that everything I have said plays an important role (if not most important) in you staying afloat. All it really takes is a little socialization among your peers, and your business can soar overnight. Give it a shot, it is working for me:).

Keep On, Keepin On,
Ruck


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8 Responses

August 17, 2007
Matt

Sweet post Ruck…kind of off-topic…Have you had any success w/trackback generator?

Matt


August 17, 2007
Ruck

LOL… Of course dude. Joe and I have been using it before I even went to Florida back in April. I personally only use it with Squidoo, UsFreeads, and certain Social Bookmarked stories.

It’s the ONLY linking tool I use on middle man Google Authority Sites.


August 19, 2007

Speaking of TG, I know it sold out really fast. Any word if Joe will be offering up more of these in the future?


August 19, 2007
Ruck

Nah,

Joe won’t be offering any more of the Trackback Generators, unless he totally goes off the deep end. Joe is a man of his word, so I would not expect him too anyway.


November 30, 2008
ThemeLib.com

Uhm, I think it good. Because it dont need good skill


November 30, 2008

I love blogging, always use wordpress and their is so many plugins!


February 21, 2009

Great tips Ruck.
Maybe those big company might need to assign an employee just to write in company’s blog :D


November 16, 2009

Selling info products is one of the most lucrative business models on the web and there are tons of opportunities whether you’re completely new or already have an established site. With proper planning and some hard work, you’ll be well on your way of finding a loyal audience and making a killing with your products.