What is a blog? A blog is a combination of a personal webpage and a journal – in some cases. In other cases, it is a way to get customer feedback. Others use blogs as a personal journal. There really is no answer these days to what is a blog, simply because a blog can be many different things, with many different uses – depending on the blogger who is blogging.
CommentLuv plugin is fantastic for both bloggers and blog commenters. It’s great for commenting because it places a link to your blogs latest blog post and in my experience many bloggers permit dofollow links to your blog. It’s great for bloggers because there’s a tremendous built-in incentive for people to leave a comment (especially if the commenter publishes a blog).
Bloggin also gives small companies a way to expand; to reach millions and millions of consumers everyday. What could be better then that! After all isn’t that the main objective of all companies. To reach the largest base of people they can, in the most convenient way to the business as well as the consumer?
At the end of the day, if I have a choice between commenting on a dofollow blog and a nofollow blog, I’ll opt for the dofollow (assuming all else is equal such as PR for the respective URLs).
Another great idea on how do check out my mix make money, one of the most common ad networks, and for a lot of bloggers, really is their greatest supply of revenue. Their advertisements are simple to distinguish since they are labeled directly on the ad box.
Most blogs are usually never read by more than a few. They sit there in the virtual world on servers, which provide this service for free (lord only knows why), and the muses and thoughts of those who write them serve more as a personal diary for the individual than to inform the world of some serious event.
This is one of my favorite methods for finding dofollow blogs and other linking opportunities. Here’s what you do. Search in Google with the main keywords in your niche. Note the top 10 (or 5 or 20, it doesn’t matter) website URLs. Then go to Yahoo! Site Explorer and display the incoming links to that particular URL. Go to each URL, especially if it’s a blog (indicated often by the word “blog” in the title), and then go to those blogs.
The quickest and easiest way to set up a blog (and it is free!), is to go to http://www.blogger.com and follow the directions. They say it takes five minutes. I admit that it took me a bit longer and I am still playing with it, but it is easy! Be sure to check out the many templates and also have an idea (or several) for the name of your new blog. Most of the common ones are already taken.