If you want to try it out, I was pretty impressed with it. It doesn’t have categories for everything though so it might not work with your particular niche. I find a minor misspelled word from time to time but it really does a good job honestly. What it does do though is create very unique articles that will pass Copyscape, and Google loves original content.
A thorough site map will help Google make sure it’s listing all of your pages — and under the correct headings. It can also facilitate better page rankings due to your own internal linking.
A business Facebook Group will let you communicate and get to know your current customers. A group allows you to privately message members much like someone being on an email list. You can also have discussions in the group about products or services that you offer.
Getting people on the list allows to follow up and build relationship with them. If you look at your affiliate business as a long term venture, relationship is definitely the way to go.
Second, you need to provide interesting blog posts. The quality of your blog posts will help you get readers and subscribers. Nevertheless, you need to maintain the relevance of your blog posts to your blog.
Content scraping, also known as blog scraping is something that some webmasters do to automatically put content on their sites. It involves using computer software techniques to get information from websites around the internet. It’s closely related to web indexing which is used by all the major search engines. Anyway, without getting into more detail, I personally would recommend you stay away from this technique.
I personally believe that Blogger is fantastic for two things. One, anyone who just simply wants to share their thoughts with the world completely for fun should absolutely use Blogger. It’s probably not worth the hassle to set up a wordpress site in this case. Also, if you’re just barely, barely, barely starting a business and don’t have any time or money to work with WordPress, you can use it for a little while.
Some web hosting providers have slow loading times. This can cost you visitors. The speed at which a site loads can determine whether or not that viewer will stay on your page. They may never even bother to come back if it loads slowly.