Your reader’s comments are the second most important thing that a blog needs to have to be successful. There are several ways to allow people to commit on a blog. You can simply allow ever Tom, Dick and Harry comment without any restrictions.
Once you have an established readership, consider monetizing your blog. There are various ways of doing this, depending on the host of your blog. Even if your blog does not have a theme that is easy to monetize, you can add a donation button, allowing visitors to donate to your site through a service like Paypal.
This does help since it cuts down on the amount of people who can post the same article online, so if you want to go this way, it would be better to find a site that limits the number of particular articles it sells. PLR is nearly always going to be cheaper than using an article writing service as mentioned above.
Blog commenting is simply adding comments to the posts of other blogs in your niche. Whenever you leave a comment there will be several fields for you to complete in addition to your comment like “name”, “email address”, and “website”. Make an intelligent comment that provides so much value to the discussion at hand that readers are compelled to click the link on your comment and visit your site.
Seems like a lot I know. Believe me though, after doing it again and again, it won’t take nearly as long. After repeating this process over and over, you will eventually be glad when you find a virtual assistant to help out by doing some of these steps for you. It costs money, but you have to ask yourself what your time is worth. Will it make you more money in the long run if you have outsourced a lot of the prior steps to others while you do more important things?
When deciding on Blogger or wordpress, the first thing you must decide is what you’re using your blog for. For me this is the deciding factor when deciding which platform to use.
Never use your blogs directly for selling. Use high quality content to presell your concept to the visitors. That is, provide as much information as possible to your readers, this will fetch traffic to your blogs. Once you start getting traffic, you can always monetize your blogs by PPC advertising and incorporation of text links.