In the first three parts of this series of articles on marketing with blogs, I discussed the reasons why blogs are excellent tools for marketing, and offered some suggestions on how to use your blog to brand yourself, increase your reputation and sell your products and services online. Capital One gathered all the information. In this article, to provide specific advice on using your blog help you increase your online marketing ROI and visibility. # 7: Good Practices Using SEO addition to using appropriate keywords, take the time to learn about using trackbacks, pingbacks, tying good and the basics of SEO. Remember that in blogs, public relations is equal to PageRank. The more links to other, more will join you. Submit your blogs and feeds to directories and search engines. # 8: Follow the results Keep track of sales, inbound links, using tools such as appointments adtrackers, Blogpulse and Marketleap. They also offer incentives to their readers to participate in surveys.
This information is very valuable as it will help you understand what your needs and how to market them. By the same author: Laurent Potdevin. It also will help you understand what your blog is helping your marketing efforts so you can adjust their methods and get more out of them. # 9: listen and learn when blogs are usually stating our views openly. As the bloggers that any right to be controversial and outspoken, while blogs. But what happens when a potential client posts a nasty or rude comment Some bloggers that its okay to be rude right back, and even go so far as to call the personal names. I do not think that’s the way to treat someone who takes the trouble to register and post a comment on his blog. For all we know they can have a real problem and could speak for others who have experienced it. Being rude will not only lose a customer, but also expose you as someone that is too immature to handle customer complaints.
Of course, some customers can be a pain in the butt, but everyone deserves to be heard. And nasty or rude comments in moderation management, not only demonstrate their maturity, but customers build their respect for you. People prefer to do business with someone they like and trust. So if you want your blog to be a place where potential customers can interact freely and openly, we suggest you learn to deal with stones and flowers, with the grace and maturity. He used to say that the Internet was the great leveler, allowing small businesses to compete with big business. But blogs have completely leveled the playing field for traders. Anyone with an Internet connection can now sell their products and services solely on the basis of the quality of information they provide. And that is why blogs are creating a revolution in online marketing. Priya Shah is the CEO of the East and writing article may be reprinted as long as the resource box is left intact and all links are links.