I’ve said it before and won’t ever stop saying it: you can make money online! However, to do that, you’ll need to find the ideal method or technique, so you can really profit from the said venture.

Give your readers the ability to comment on your blog posts and to respond to other comments. You can develop a great relationship with readers this way and be active in your lifestyle community. Once people realize that you offer a response to comments, it will make certain that they return to the blog, simply to read what you need to say.

Join Twitter and start to build a list of followers. Social networking is an important part of making money online and an exceptional source for traffic when you do it correctly.

There’s no limit to the amount of things you can do to drive traffic and get people to visit your website. One method is simply to discuss it on Facebook. This helps get the word out, but it is still not a very efficient way to drive serious traffic.

I am sure all of you have dreamed of bringing a thousand, five thousand, ten thousand, even up to a hundred million visitors to your site each month. I know I have. Imagine what that would mean for your bottom line to drive traffic to your blog in those numbers.

Update your blog (and posts ) regularly. The more often you update your online blog, the more traffic you may get to keep on coming back. Nobody likes a blog that is updated just once or twice a month. As usual, net readers are always looking for something new and relevant.

Start writing blog posts, each focused on one of those keywords. If you’re posting once weekly, you now have sufficient blog post for 6 weeks. If you’re posting twice per week, you’ll have enough blog posts for 3 weeks. You may also want to write various types of blog posts for some of these keywords to liven up your site from time to time. Add more subtopics or new categories as needed.

To summarize, I strongly feel this outline will be of help when writing your own business plan and just before I drop my pen; I wish to ask a question. Do you really think a business plan can add value to a site? I would love to hear your opinion in the comment below.