Friday, 21 October 2011

Building Credibility With Blogs.

Building Credibility With Blogs.

Here is some information which maybe useful to your business and it's medium to long term success.

Building your online credibility is an important part of your success in internet marketing. It is probably the most important part of ensuring your business is long and successful.

Using a blog to build your credibility is one of the best ways to earn respect and at the same time help others by providing them with good content so that they subscribe to your blog and look forward to your next edition or publication.

Content is the key to a good blog and although it may seem difficult to write a blog with good content especially when you are new to blog writing, there are other ways in which you could provide good content for your blog. If you are unable to write good content which would be useful to your readers then use other people's own. I am not encouraging plagiarism, when you use other people’s content it is always important to say so and to give them the credit for their work.

This would make you more reliable and respected both by the writer and by your readers. Let's face it, we don’t know everything about everything. Some people are experts on some things and other people have a broad knowledge of some things.

If you fall in the latter category then it is your duty to provide your readers with the most up to date and valuable information which would arm them with the tools they need to compete in their respective markets.

Your experience in writing a blog could be one of the three levels: beginner, intermediate and advanced. At the beginners level you would want to find valuable content and then share it with others. This content could be articles, videos, links and other information which you have come across during the course of your daily activities.

Intermediate level is little more adventurous. At this level you find your content and add your flare to it before sharing it with others. You could try to change around the information which you found and also add it as a link to your own information making it a part of your document.

At the advanced level you are then writing your own documents. You are an expert at what you do and passing on information to your subscribers about things which are in your field of knowledge.

Let us look at getting started with a video. The first thing you need to do is find your niche market or subject area. That is, what is your interest or business and how can you help your prospects. You then select your target market by deciding what your assets are.

You then need to find videos content which interest you, look for 3rd party credibility, Robert Kiyosaki, Donald Trump CNN, Yahoo, Google, MSN.

A note of caution, be careful about using videos with other people's link in them as you maybe sending traffic to other people's sites. Although they may thank you for it you will not earn anything from it.

You could also use this same principle with articles and other forms of advertising.

Recommended Reading
1. 1,000 Creative Writing Prompts: Ideas for Blogs, Scripts, Stories and More
2. Blogging for Pleasure and Money - Discover Easy Ways to a Successful Blog and Attracting Traffic
3. 1,000 Creative Writing Prompts: Ideas for Blogs, Scripts, Stories and More
4. Content Rules: How to Create Killer Blogs, Podcasts, Videos, Ebooks, Webinars (and More) That Engage Customers and Ignite Your Business (New Rules Social Media Series)
5. Educational Insights Book Blog Writing Activity Center, MultiColor (1747)
6. Create Your Own Blog: 6 Easy Projects to Start Blogging Like a Pro
7. Profitable Blogging Secrets
8. How To Write Special Articles

Recommended Websites
Article Writing Tips

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