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4 Reasons Why You Should Blog

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Secret of Profitable BloggingIf you have yet to start a blog or thinking of getting started, now is the time to start creating a blog. Here’s are reasons why you should blog.
1. Search Engine Loves Blogs

It’s a known fact that search engine loves blog and you will be surprised some blogs get higher rankings then websites do. And in some case studies I had made, it get ranks faster and easier just by doing some simple SEO tactics.

2. Great Tool To Communicate With Your ReadersIf you noticed in today’s marketing world, there are getting more and more marketers using the blog platform to communicate with their customers. The reason you also want to communicate with your reader is because once you built a relationship with them the chances of getting them to buy a product would also be higher.

3. Enables You To Get Loyal Readers
One thing that I love the most about blogging is you not only get to create a mailing list for yourself but you also get a chance to create loyal readers on your blog.…

Six Figure Blogging

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Introduction To Six Figure BloggingYou have undoubtedly heard of the viability of niche blogging.  Not only are blogs easier to build and optimize for the search engines, but they are also incredible 'viral tools' used to penetrate even the most competitive niche markets.

Popular bloggers John Chow, Darren Rouse and celebrity gossip blogger, Perez Hilton are generating 7-figures a year just by posting fresh, interesting and relevant content to their popular, ever-growing blog sites, but let's make one thing clear   profitable blogging isn't just for seasoned writers or media stars.

Even a brand new blogger can begin to build a steady income with high quality blogs in countless niche markets!

And here's why: Blogs are very different than traditional websites. Rather than static pages, they are full-featured 'communities' that attract repeat visitors who interact and communicate with each other.

In other words, blogs offer a 'sticky' element that is rarel…