Blogging For Traffic and Profit

Blogs are all the rage these days, from famous news anchors on the 6 ‘o’clock news to television stars-it seems that everyone has a blog. Some have them to keep in touch with family and friends across long distances and others use them as profit makers. Monetizing your blog is a simple matter of adding targeted ads via Google’s AdSense program, becoming an Amazon associate or putting ads up on your blog for an Affiliate program you’re running. Talk about how amazing this product is and give them a link to it so they want to click on it.

Blogs can actually be used to drive traffic to squeeze pages where you get your visitors to opt in to your list by having them give you their name and email address. Once you’ve captured that information, they are part of your list The best way to entice them to opt in is to give them something for free. Everyone likes freebies-so make it something they can’t resist. This is no time to be shy so make sure your ad copy projects confidence about the products and/or services that you’re giving away.

Another excellent way to use for blogs to drive traffic to another webpage is to use them to get your visitors to sign up for your rss feed, where they’ll get notification of any new post you make each time you make it. In each new post, of course, you’ll put a link to the sales page you want them to visit, either in your signature line or as part of the post you make. Each time they visit your blog, you give them something fresh, something new and this will entice them to click on your links.

Your blog can also be used to encourage visitors to sign up for your newsletter. In each newsletter you’ll also have important links to your sales page. This will drive even more traffic where you want it to go.

In order for your blog to be successful at driving traffic to your squeeze page, it has to have fresh and unique content posted to it daily. This content has to have keywords and be search engine optimized in order for visitors to find it when they do a keyword search for something they’re interested in. The better the ranking you have on the major search engines like Google and Yahoo, the better the chances are that you’ll receive traffic. The higher your ranking, the better chance you have of being on the first page of search results for your niche and the better the likelihood that your blog link will get the coveted click.

A criminal defense attorney blog is a great source of information for the layman. There is much about the legal world that is alien to the majority of the populace. Often, this can lead to an improper handling of defense cases in court.

No one wants to get arrested. Cultural and spiritual values brand those accused of committing criminal offenses as dangerous social deviants. Associations with such people are discouraged and even condemned. For fear of social incrimination, if not for inborn humanity, most rational beings would not even think of breaking the law.

But then there are those who are not even aware that they are breaking the law. Teenagers vandalizing a public school wall usually have no idea they are actually committing a federal offense, for example. A criminal defense attorney blog can enlighten everyone on the essential facts that people need to know about the constitution and their individual rights. It may also serve as a resource for informative news concerning the legal field.

If the criminal attorney who authors the blog provides insightful content, it is safe to say that he and his law firm can be depended on for legal assistance should the time arise. No one wants to get arrested, but it is good to have some insurance as protection from unfortunate circumstances. A reader who follows a defense law blog and actively engages with it is most likely to turn to the author for help should he find himself having a run in with the law.

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