Make money online blogs get to break the fourth wall. I’ve seen blogs where the writer of the blog explains how they’re keyword stuffing in their post to get around Google restrictions. You can use a blog post of your blog to illustrate how to perform proper blog titles and how to introduce long tails. You can tell people to search for your blog on Google and show how you got that high search engine ranking position. You are like a magician telling everybody all the tricks but still making it seem magical.

This morning out of curiosity I called up these statistics, fully expecting to see hits in the low teens. People who just happened by my blog by mistake. I certainly did not expect to see a number in the hundreds coming close to a thousand hits in the period from November 2005 until the end of Jan. 2006.

With the increased acceptance and success of online dating, more and more sites have popped up. Just in the past few years, we have seen a boom in the number and types of sites available. And, those sites have really improved their functionality, offering the users more options for searching and communicating.

Literally millions of feel free on every topic. Create a blog around your favorite hobby or create a review blog around products and services that you tried. Give some honest feedback on the products.

When writing your posts you always want to present valuable information to your readers while at the same time you want to satisfy the search engines for a certain keyword. Many blog posts are a personal opinion written from the heart, so sometimes that’s a dilemma. Here’s a little trick I use.

OMake sure that your customers know that your blog exists. Providing some targeted advertising on the Internet is not hard. Try some link exchange programs with web sites, blogs, and ezines that have similar content to your blog. In many cases, simply providing a link to another web site can convince that web master to provide a link to your blog.

I hope the wheels of your mind are spinning real fast about now, because if I can help just one blogger, who in turn helps another blogger keep from wasting their time, money and effort leaving the wrong type of comments on the wrong blogs…

What I had thought was the worse thing to happen turned out to be the best thing. Had Google not sandboxed me, I probably never would have discovered the awesome marketing power of blogs!