The only thing harder than maintaining a corporate blog is maintaining a corporate blog without any help. At the very least, you should be getting guest posts from customers, coworkers, or random people off the street. Here’s how you convince them to help you:
“I saw your LinkedIn profile, hahaha… seriously, when are you going to finish it?” Nothing beats a blog for making a career coaster look like a savvy domain expert bluegraydaily.com. Nothing perks up a profile more than “Industry Blogger” or EZine Expert Author. You could just get a much more impressive career history. Or you could blog a bit
“Hey, I Googled your name the other day. Good News! I might have a plan for knocking that Mardi Gras picture off the first page!” Prospective employers are going to look at your resume, check your LinkedIn profile, then Google your name. Unfortunately, what happens in Vegas doesn’t always stay in Vegas. You want to beef up your personal search results? How about publishing a blog post or 20 with your name on them?
“Remember meeting that consultant who does EXACTLY what you do but gets paid all that money for speaking engagements and consulting gigs? I wonder how he got started?” By building his reputation as an industry expert, that’s how. You don’t have to publish to be considered an expert in your field, but it’s a lot classier than wearing it on your shirt.
“Tough break on that promotion. If only there was a way to show them you knew more than everybody else… hmmm. Don’t worry, I’m sure we’ll think of something.” There are lots of ways to get recognition for the work you put into being good at what you do. You could wait for everybody to notice (lame) or you could give everybody a recurring reminder in the form of an eternal electronic record that gets read by your fellow employees, your customers, and your partners.
“What happened to that book you said you were putting together? Oh, well that’s OK, I’m sure you’ll have more time next year (hahahahaha)” Ever seen an eBook? Don’t let them fool you. It’s like 30 PowerPoint slides. You can knock out a solid post a week, drop them into a slide deck, submit it to Amazon and congratulations, you’ve now joined the ranks of Stephen Covey and Stephen King. Writers write and if you ever want to earn your spurs, you could do worse than shilling for the people who are nice enough to employ you before you’re famous.
Internet marketing is one of the more popular ways of earning money online. It’s easy to do, doesn’t require that much time to do. A lot of programs out there consolidate payment from different ads and serves as a pool of products one can market.
Blogs are tools that can be used to communicate by way of writing personal views and experiences in different subjects ranging from personal experiences to political and social views. One can also use blogs to discuss certain topics of interest and also as a platform for disseminating news.
The marriage of online marketing and blogging has become a staple in online money making. An internet marketing blog can earn its owner a substantial amount of income if done right. Internet marketing earns money through traffic. When a site that has internet marketing ads generate traffic it is likely that a fraction of that traffic will show interest to the product being marketed in the ad. The larger the amount of traffic generated the more possible clients one will have.