Here is How to Blog Yourself All the Way to the Bank

IN THE OLD DAYS OF 2005, AFTER TRYING EVERY FORMULA ON THE WEB AND ALMOST QUITING IN DISGUST, ROB BENWELL DECIDED TO WRITE HIS OWN TICKET TO MAKE MONEY ON THE WEB. IT TURNED OUT TO BE A MILLION DOLLAR BLUEPRINT HE NOW CALLS BLOGGING TO THE BANK v3.0. IT GOT HIM 254,667 VISITORS IN 30 DAYS AND $90,480.34 IN THE BANK. Something that good has to be the next best thing to Push-Button Profiteering. Now Benwell has made Blogging to The Bank v.3.0 available on the Web. It could be your roadmap to higher profits in blogging. I KNOW, I know – just about now you’re thinking you’ve heard it all before. And, maybe you have. That’s what I immediately though too, first time I read about Blogging to the Bank v3.0 too. But, you may have also read or heard about one St. Thomas. It is said that when told that the venerated Shepherd was again amongst his flock, was so unbelieving that all he could say to get famous: “When I see the wounds for myself, touch and put my fingers through them, I then shall believe”. I too was a doubting Thomas when I first read about Blogging to the Bank v3.0. In my 50+ years in giving advice and counsel to entrepreneurs, business and professional persons – – I had not encountered anything that audacious. Fortunately, I remembered my days in the military cramming into my brain that when in doubt, salute, lest you pass a 2nd lieutenant and inadvertently fail him the military courtesy he is due from you! So, I saluted, made a sharp about face and purchased Blogging to the Bank v3.0 fearing it might go out of print and deprive my Web Site Marketing That Works of higher traffic. WOW – – I’ve read it thrice. Within 15 minutes from downloading, I was reading it and looking for the slightest excuse to return it, since it comes with a 56-day returned guarantee. Every time I read it – I found a new idea or strategy to get more traffic to my Affiliate Web Site Marketing That Works. I got so busy working it, I plumb gave up any thought of returning. I don’t think you’ll return either, if you grab a piece of it. So check it out and see how Blogging to the Bank v3.0 may get you deep in the blogging money fast. AND DON’T FOREGT that you don’t have to get into much research to get started. Blogging to the Bank v3.0 can get you into a second income business or into Web Site Marketing that Works in a big way in a short time. LOOK AT THIS STEP-BY-STEP STUFF YOU GET INTO FAST: 1.-How One Dumb Little Automated Blog Earned $14,480.13 in one month. 2.-The 5 Biggest Secrets That Guarantees A Home Run Style Success For Any Blog You’ll Create In 2009. 3.-The Successful Step-By-Step Blueprint For Your Long Term Blogging Success. 4.-The Secrets To Building A Blog Empire That Earns Over $236,255. per year. 5.-?How To Create A Real Blog With Just A Few Clicks. 6.-Six Sure-fire Promotion Tactics That Are Driving 265,667 Visitors to One of Rob Benwell’s Blogs Every Month. 7.-How You Can use Blogging For More Exposure And Gain Creditability Instantly. 8.-The One Technique On How To Build A Multimillion Dollar Blogging Empire. OK, BUT HOW COMPLICATED IS ALL THIS STUFF? HOW CAN I BE SURE THAT I CAN DO ALL OR MOST OF THE THINGS BENWELL TEACHES IN BLOGGING TO THE BANK v3.0? Well, I don’t know about you, but I have never seen much Web Marketing complicated stuff fit into 58 pages. I am past age 7, but I can assure you that this is push-button stuff so easy to work that even my 7-year old grandson could make money with. Go ahead, check out it!. You might just find, as I did, that even the greenest of newbies can work this stuff like the pros in the business. The Blogging to the Bank v3.0 could well be making money for you way before your 56-day guarantee is over and you may just decide to keep it as I did. THIS IS AN INGENIOUS SIMPLE FORMULA TO CREATE CASH ON DEMAND, WITHOUT A PRODUCT OR WEBSITE OF YOUR OWN. 1.-It tells you why you must make sure that you actually own your blog, which many blogger realize only too late. 2.-It gives you the name of the hosting company you should use if you’re just starting out. This will save you a big headache. 3.-It tells you how-to tap into the hottest new niches that have little or NO competition. 4.-It tells you How-To use this most successful step-by-step blueprint for long term Blogging Success. 5.-It tells you which key words and phrases to target to generate the most money in the shortest time possible. 6.-It describes the 2 most important statistics you need to analyze when choosing an Affiliate Program. 7.-It tells you How-To pass the 7-second test. Fail this one and your blog is as good as dead. 8.-It shows you the Secrets to Selling Your Blogs for Six Figure Paydays. 9.-It tells shows you How-To create real blogs in just a few minutes. Now, for these and other reasons, I think you’re going to want Blogging to the Bank v3.0. I don’t know about you, but as I see it, nothing else comes even close to it for money-making on the Web. This thing is better and far more effective at making money online than most ebook and software I have seen in the last 3 years. I got my copy already. I am using it. I have found it everything Rob Benwell said it was. All I can say to you is – grab it and get blogging to the bank fast.

Bank Your Blog!

Unless you have just awaken from a 20-year nap, you are aware of blogs… Internet ‘web-logs’. Many of us use blogs to record our ideas and experiences, but a few savvy Internet marketers actually use blogs to generate genuine six-figure incomes. Perhaps you have read the stories about people who have made a fortune from their blog; some of these entrepreneurs have become millionaires many times over because they seem to know something that we don’t. If you are like me, you have made an effort to monetize your blog with AdSense and some affiliate programs and possibly you’ve had some success. However, earning the ‘big bucks’ has escaped the vast majority of us bloggers. Enter Rob Benwell, possibly the world’s foremost expert on making money with blogs. Rob has only been on this planet for 22 years, but he has figured out what has stumped us old-timers – how to make his blogs throw off six-figures of revenue. If his name rings a bell with you it is because last year Rob authored a best-selling book entitled, “Blogging To The Bank”. As you know, marketing tactics and promotional methods change hourly on the Internet. It is no surprise that some of the information in Rob’s first book (now one year old) is already dated and doesn’t have the same significance today as when it was first published. To address this, Rob has just released a sequel entitled “Blogging To The Bank 2.0”, which covers a lot of new information, tips & tricks that can help you make a fortune with your blog. You’ll really like Rob’s style, he doesn’t consider himself a “guru”, or talk down to those of us who are not overly technical. He has a clear concise style that helps you to understand everything he is teaching. Don’t think this means this is mundane information because he delivers some real bombshells that will require you to read some topics a number of times to really “get it”. When you do . . . you’ll realize this fellow is a genius. Rob covers everything you’ll need to know to capitalize on today’s changing environment all the while keeping the search engines happy. He covers everything from initial market research to his 5 blogging commandments that if followed, he claims will virtually guarantee success with your blog. If you have a blog today, or are considering starting a blog, do yourself a favor and read “Blogging To The Bank 2.0”. Like most things, there’s an easy way to do it – or the hard way, and trust me, when it comes to making money with your blog, you do NOT want to take the hard way.

Marketing Your Book With A Blog: 10 Tips To Attract More Buyers (You Do Have A Blog, Right?!)

Books and blogs seem to go together like butter and toast. It doesn’t matter whether you use your blog to develop content for your book, or you create the blog for marketing the already finished book. Some people have started calling this powerful combination “blooks,” books that are derived from blogs. But they only work well together when you implement these important tactics. 1. Use a domain name for your blog that relates to your book title so becomes known and “findable.” If your ideal domain is already taken, use a version of it such as “YourBookBlog.com,” or “YourBookOnline.com.” Forward that domain name to your blog so when people type in “YourBook.com” it goes to your blog site. 2. Continue the branding process for your book by creating a customized logo for the book and putting it in the header of your blog. The use of your customized branded header will mean your book gets instant recognition, and your blog will stand out from all the cookie-cutter look-alike blogs. 3. Participate in the blogosphere: Read and comment on other blogs in your field. This is a prime way to build readership of your blog. It is also a way of getting fresh content for both your blog and for your book Check out other blogs in your niche: use www.blogsearch.google.com, www.technorati.com, or www.google.com. 4. Submit your blog to the 170+ blog directories. You can do this manually (10-12 hours of time), or there is a service that will do it for you for $125: http://snipurl.com/Blog_Directory 5. Use your blog to collect names and email addresses of potential customers and clients. Make sure you have a subscription form on the upper corner of your blog, from a service like www.FeedBlitz.com . This service sends automatic email updates of your new blog posts to interested potential readers/customers. 6. Podcasting – create audio files easily by scheduling teleclasses and recording them. Some people like to get their information auditorily and at their convenience by downloading mp3 files to their iPods. Use a free teleconferencing bridge line like http://www.freeconference.com to host a call. Record your call, upload the audio file and then post to your blog or podcast using a service like www.audioblog.com. (As an added benefit, you can get these calls transcribed; then convert the word doc to a PDF file which you can either give away, or sell, in exchange for people’s email address.) www.CastingWords.com is a fast, affordable transcription service. 7. Use a newsletter to email to your list, and give readers regular updates about your book, your teleclasses, and your blog posts. You have to encourage them to visit your blog or they will forget you. You also have to educate them about your blog, and teach them to comment on it. A newsletter is an additional way to do this and complements your blog. 8. Sponsor a virtual blook tour, and participate in your own, by getting into a network of bloggers who will support you and your book. Bloggers are known for their link love, and their propensity for sharing other people’s information. When you do this for others, they reciprocate. 9. Run a contest from your blog, giving away something fun and coveted, like an iPod. While this may seem expensive, it is actually low-cost marketing, considering the number of new email addresses you will collect into your database. 10. This 10th tip isn’t about blogs, it’s about the best automated way to manage your database, your digital downloads, your newsletter broadcasting, your affiliate program, and your ad tracking, as well as sales. Get a Kick Start Cart system, which will manage all this for you. There is a learning curve involved in setting it up, but worth it as you will be able to control your marketing efforts with one system. http://snipurl.com/KickStartCart Published at: https://www.isnare.com/?aid=61209&ca=Marketing

Blog Profits – How To Turn Your Blog Into A Home Business Money-Maker

Hundreds of thousands of new blogs are created every day, and many people who blog want to turn their blog into a profitable home business. Unfortunately many of those blogs are doomed because of a lack of planning. You can turn YOUR new blog into a money-maker. Just follow these five steps. Notice that you need to complete four of these steps before you start blogging, so follow the steps in the order in which they’re given. Here are the five steps to blog profits: 1. Decide what you’ll sell from your blog To generate profits, your blog must make sales. Nothing happens until you sell something, so choose a profit center first. You can choose: to sell advertising from your blog; to sell a product or many products; or to sell services – your own services, or those of others. Selling advertising is a common and successful method of generating profits. To sell advertising however, you need content – the more content on your blog, the better. So if you choose advertising sales as a profit center, be aware that although your profits may be slow in coming, they’ll constantly increase as long as you keep adding content. When you sell products from your blog, your profits will flow much more quickly. However, you do need to focus on sales, as well as on content. If you choose selling services, make a list of the services you and/ or others will be offering from the blog. 2. How will you get traffic? Do you have some startup capital? A couple of years ago you could rely on RSS almost completely to get traffic to your new blog. Those days however are long gone. Make a list of ways you’ll get traffic. If you have some startup capital, write down which methods of paid advertising you’ll use, and when. 3. Plan your content – this is vital Your next step is to plan your blog’s content. Don’t omit this step. Most bloggers stop blogging because they run out of things to say. So write down your topics, and make a list of five to ten blog post titles for each topic. Your topics will become categories on your blog. 4. Schedule content creation and marketing into your day If you want to turn your blog into a profitable home business, you’ll need to blog every day. When will you blog? Early in the morning, or late at night? Schedule at least an hour a day to work with your blog. During this time, you’ll create content, and will market the blog. Schedule the hour into your day, and keep to your schedule. 5. Review your progress Blogs grow organically. If your blog sells advertising, you’ll need to add more content than you will if you’re selling products or services from your blog. Use a statistics package on your blog (Google provides free Google Analytics), and review your statistics once a week. Your traffic will grow as your blog marketing methods start to work for you. Once you have traffic, it’s time to ensure that your traffic gives you a return on investment, so watch your traffic carefully, and assess whether you’re getting the profits you want from your home business. Good luck with your blog: by following the five steps we outlined above, you’ll be able to turn your blog into a home business money-maker. Published at: https://www.isnare.com/?aid=238848&ca=Business

Bank Your Blog!

Unless you have just awaken from a 20-year nap, you are aware of blogs… Internet ‘web-logs’. Many of us use blogs to record our ideas and experiences, but a few savvy Internet marketers actually use blogs to generate genuine six-figure incomes. Perhaps you have read the stories about people who have made a fortune from their blog; some of these entrepreneurs have become millionaires many times over because they seem to know something that we don’t. If you are like me, you have made an effort to monetize your blog with AdSense and some affiliate programs and possibly you’ve had some success. However, earning the ‘big bucks’ has escaped the vast majority of us bloggers. Enter Rob Benwell, possibly the world’s foremost expert on making money with blogs. Rob has only been on this planet for 22 years, but he has figured out what has stumped us old-timers – how to make his blogs throw off six-figures of revenue. If his name rings a bell with you it is because last year Rob authored a best-selling book entitled, “Blogging To The Bank”. As you know, marketing tactics and promotional methods change hourly on the Internet. It is no surprise that some of the information in Rob’s first book (now one year old) is already dated and doesn’t have the same significance today as when it was first published. To address this, Rob has just released a sequel entitled “Blogging To The Bank 2.0”, which covers a lot of new information, tips & tricks that can help you make a fortune with your blog. You’ll really like Rob’s style, he doesn’t consider himself a “guru”, or talk down to those of us who are not overly technical. He has a clear concise style that helps you to understand everything he is teaching. Don’t think this means this is mundane information because he delivers some real bombshells that will require you to read some topics a number of times to really “get it”. When you do . . . you’ll realize this fellow is a genius. Rob covers everything you’ll need to know to capitalize on today’s changing environment all the while keeping the search engines happy. He covers everything from initial market research to his 5 blogging commandments that if followed, he claims will virtually guarantee success with your blog. If you have a blog today, or are considering starting a blog, do yourself a favor and read “Blogging To The Bank 2.0”. Like most things, there’s an easy way to do it – or the hard way, and trust me, when it comes to making money with your blog, you do NOT want to take the hard way. Published at: https://www.isnare.com/?aid=167288&ca=Internet

Blog Profits – How To Turn Your Blog Into A Home Business Money-Maker

Hundreds of thousands of new blogs are created every day, and many people who blog want to turn their blog into a profitable home business. Unfortunately many of those blogs are doomed because of a lack of planning. You can turn YOUR new blog into a money-maker. Just follow these five steps. Notice that you need to complete four of these steps before you start blogging, so follow the steps in the order in which they’re given. Here are the five steps to blog profits: 1. Decide what you’ll sell from your blog To generate profits, your blog must make sales. Nothing happens until you sell something, so choose a profit center first. You can choose: to sell advertising from your blog; to sell a product or many products; or to sell services – your own services, or those of others. Selling advertising is a common and successful method of generating profits. To sell advertising however, you need content – the more content on your blog, the better. So if you choose advertising sales as a profit center, be aware that although your profits may be slow in coming, they’ll constantly increase as long as you keep adding content. When you sell products from your blog, your profits will flow much more quickly. However, you do need to focus on sales, as well as on content. If you choose selling services, make a list of the services you and/ or others will be offering from the blog. 2. How will you get traffic? Do you have some startup capital? A couple of years ago you could rely on RSS almost completely to get traffic to your new blog. Those days however are long gone. Make a list of ways you’ll get traffic. If you have some startup capital, write down which methods of paid advertising you’ll use, and when. 3. Plan your content – this is vital Your next step is to plan your blog’s content. Don’t omit this step. Most bloggers stop blogging because they run out of things to say. So write down your topics, and make a list of five to ten blog post titles for each topic. Your topics will become categories on your blog. 4. Schedule content creation and marketing into your day If you want to turn your blog into a profitable home business, you’ll need to blog every day. When will you blog? Early in the morning, or late at night? Schedule at least an hour a day to work with your blog. During this time, you’ll create content, and will market the blog. Schedule the hour into your day, and keep to your schedule. 5. Review your progress Blogs grow organically. If your blog sells advertising, you’ll need to add more content than you will if you’re selling products or services from your blog. Use a statistics package on your blog (Google provides free Google Analytics), and review your statistics once a week. Your traffic will grow as your blog marketing methods start to work for you. Once you have traffic, it’s time to ensure that your traffic gives you a return on investment, so watch your traffic carefully, and assess whether you’re getting the profits you want from your home business. Good luck with your blog: by following the five steps we outlined above, you’ll be able to turn your blog into a home business money-maker. Published at: https://www.isnare.com/?aid=238848&ca=Business

Blog Action Plan – Combine Your Blog and Social Networking to Get Increased Traffic

Failure to use social networking and social book-marking with your blogging is like putting together a jigsaw without all the pieces. One of the fastest and easiest methods to get free targeted traffic to your website is with blogging. However, having a blog and keeping it updated is only a fraction of the process. One of the top blog strategies involves taking advantage of social networking sites to promote your blog posts. If you have a presence on the Internet and you’re not blogging to the world, then you’re missing out on one of the best ways to get free targeted traffic to your website. However, creating a blog and keeping it updated is only part of it of the story. One of the booming blog strategies involves taking advantage of web 2.0 social networking websites to announce your blog posts. The main reason why social bookmarking sites should be a part of your day by day Internet business actions is that a lot of people utilize these websites as their main source of gossip and news. A popular social news website like Digg brings agreat deal of traffic. Digg attracted more than 200 million visitors a few years ago. Peoplego to Digg and like-minded websites tocheck what’s new and to communicate content from the web, including their personal blog posts. If someone love what they see, they can choose the article, plus if an article is favorite, it will reach the top pages of Digg and be discovered by millions of visitors. Other social sites utilise a similar voting system. If the blog posts you put up to Digg, StumbleUpon and additional social networking sites don’t get hits, you are still enjoying the gain of creating unidirectional backlinks to your blog, so it’s worthy of the effort in making the effort to submit your blog posts to social marketing sites. Besides, it’s easy to do and frequently necessitates just a mouse-click. Yet another profit from blogging frequently and adding your posts to social networking sites is branding you and creating your credibility. Ensure you use keywords that people are using to research for your kind of business. Social networking can also give your blog a great boost in search engine rankings, and you might discover that you may make your site into the top ten of Google for a sweeping range of keyword terms if you take a controlled approach to marketing on social networks. Do not take on too much with social networking. Numerous folk attempt to submit their post to every social networking site that they can discover only to become overcome by the huge choices of social networking sites. It’s much easier to choose a dozen of the finest social networking sites for your business and to center of your social networking and marketing attempts on making routine entries to those social networking sites. The other part of your portioned time should be utilised to create casual submissions to different social marketing sites wherever you want to keep a presence. Keep yourself concentrated, disciplined and to a schedule to blogging and social networking, then you will pull in so much more publicity for your blog and online business than you will if you take a unfocused approach to social marketing. To Combine your blog posts with social networking is one of the topmost blog strategies that you can utilize. Follow the advice of this article and remember to post to your favourite social networking sites every time you post a new blog entry and you will be amazed at how effective it is for generating high quality traffic to your site. Published at: https://www.isnare.com/?aid=762329&ca=Marketing

Business Networking And Blog Courtesy-working On A Professional Link Campaign For Blog SEO

Business is all about networking, right? Plus, you likely know that you need to get some links to your website to build traffic. Since you’re a pro blogger, of course the first place you look for those much needed links is the blogosphere. However, some manners are in order when it comes to posting comments and linking to your blog from other blogs. It comes down to common courtesy. We’ve all heard the ‘golden rule’, right? Do unto others and all that jazz? The goal is for us to get a much needed backlink to our website, that’s true. But that’s not all we want. Spammy backlinks can be obtained pretty easily. There’s even software out there that will blast your links to a million different blog posts comment areas. But it’s not really what we want or need. I’ll tell you one reason why. Before even thinking about the other guy’s blog, and common courtesy, let’s consider your overall professional appearance. Think of your backlink campaign as one big press release for a minute. If you were blasting a press release to the major news networks today, you would want to present a super professional appearance right? You would want the world to see you as the undisputed expert in your field, professional, classy, the very best. Right? Then why would you use a different approach and spam your link across the blogosphere? Making you and your website (translate: your company) look cheesy and unprofessional? If you knew that was the way the world perceived you and your business, you probably would have thought twice about it before you used a link blaster and posted your link to a million spam blogs. The problem is that many businesses and many bloggers don’t think the internet is part of ‘the real world’. They don’t stop and think about the fact that their actions on the web can have the same negative impact that they would have in the real world when it comes to cheesy and sleezy promotion tactics. Nope, the internet is different in their eyes. They only know they need a bunch of links. It’s not important to them to build an overall web persona. PR is not a concern. But it should be. Because the web is no different than any other advertising medium. People are people, and if they read crappy comments that make you and your company look bad, they are not going to do business with you. Now, let’s also consider the other blogs out there and some basic manners. In the real world, that is the one that doesn’t have a keyboard attached to it, you need to have some etiquette when it comes to business networking, right? For example, if you are a member of the local rotary club, you don’t walk into the meeting each week shouting, “Make $5,000 every day using my secret methods”! Do you? No. You network. You shake everyone’s hand and say hello. You get into conversations and have intelligent discussions. You add something to the group as a whole. When asked, you give your expert advice and opinions and you build new relationships that turn into new client relationships. So why would you do it any differently online? When working on links from other blogs and other business communities, have the same manners you would if you were in that rotary club meeting. Be a contributing part of the conversation. Get involved and work on your professional appearance at the same time. Post relevant comments to the current discussion. Don’t interrupt like a thirty second commercial break, changing the topic so that you can promote your new product or service. Stay on topic and contribute something useful. It’s o.k. if you don’t agree with someone. Good debate can be good for business. Some people will agree with you and visit your site based on your professional opinions. But only if your argument is written professionally and with some class. Stay out of name calling sessions and stay away from labels. Don’t call anyone an idiot or a moron. In the end, you end up looking like one. Your comments are mini press releases. They are little road signs showing how professional you are. Or how unprofessional you are. Your public appearance is up to you. So have some courtesy when posting your comments. It will make the difference when it comes to how successful your linking campaigns are Published at: https://www.isnare.com/?aid=275803&ca=Business