Web logs at their core are simply online message forums with the most recent message postings at the top of the page. Blogging has erupted in popularity in the last 10 years, and blogs focus literally on anything (and everything) someone (or anyone) has an opinion on. Blogs often serve as types of ‘sounding boards’ for opinions and updated information, but they can also be online diaries and simple mediums for message posting. Blogs can be created quickly and easily and many sites such as Blogger.com allow users to create web logs for free.
Why does this happen, you ask? There are almost as many theories as there are SEO (Search Engine Optimization) experts. Many believe that this probation period is not related to the sites themselves, but to their links. It is believed that back link (pure link popularity) credit is placed in a reserve for a period of time (2-4 months) before it is applied to ranking and has an effect. The theory behind this is to combat PR (Page Rank) purchasers from dominating PR from the beginning. It is meant to deter spam websites.
Because Follow my blog are designed to be easily updated and are already on a website (don’t worry you don’t need to know ANYTHING about websites or web design to start one), you may find a blog could replace or supplement an email newsletter. They are easier to do, easier to update, and you don’t have to worry about emails getting delivered!
You can literally blog online blogs about anything and everything you can imagine. Cooking, weight loss, being a stay at home mom, marketing, celebrity gossip, photography, and business are just a few examples but the possibilities are truly endless.
This is known as a clue, and many experienced Internet marketers have not even grasped this simple point. Trying to get your website on the search engines for longtail keyword phrases is much easier than targeting the shorter and more competitive phrases.
Well to be honest there are a few rotten apples in the bushel, but aren’t there always? Some people of course are not happy with the way technology is changing lives and that’s ok, that’s their opinion. Usually those who aren’t happy with it don’t blog.
Finally, it makes no sense to keep wasting time doing in hours what can be done in minutes. There are great software that smart alects design daily to help us out and make life easier. Take advantage of them and start seeing better results in your blogging experience.