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How To Monetize Your Internet Business Blogs

Updated on February 29, 2012

Small Business Blog Monetization

It doesn't matter whether you're running a home business or own a small business online, you can monetize your blog. Blogs as we all know is about content.

Commercial blogs are about writing fresh content of about two or more articles daily or weekly. Having unique and fresh content on your business blog will give your online visitors reasons to always come back to your blog site.

Business blog should be written with your business personality and business voice in mind. Consistency in the quality of your small business blog articles should be written with a strong but friendly voice. Adding funny incidences where appropriate and sharing a bit of humor in your article postings will lighten your business blog spirit.

If for example, you buy any new products and experience anything in the process, you can write a review about such products or services and be very honest about it. You can write the advantages and disadvantages of the product based on your personal experience of that product or service.

What you can also do is to display your affiliate products or services that are related to the review.

You should love your business blog. Be passionate about it as your business blog visitors can easily notice when you are not so excited about what you are doing.

For you business blog to be a success, you have to regularly provide unique, fresh and quality content, write reviews for your internet business blogs.

Tips To Monetize Your Blog

Monetizing Your Business Blogs

Blogs in general, whether a business blog or personal blogs provide high levels on interactivity and can drive traffic to your main websites.

There are many reasons to monetize your business blogs as search engines love content, not just content but fresh content. Blogs provide regular fresh and updated web contents unlike websites.

Turning your blog site to a commercial blog is a great way to monetize your business blog. You can sell your products or services direct to your website visitors. You can sign up for google adsense account, so that google ads can display relevant advertisements on your blog.

You can also promote other people's goods and services by signing up for affiliate programs. Many web users have been saying a lot of positive results from affiliating with Shareasale. i have not used Shareasale affiliate yet. I sure will try it soon. All you do after signing up is to get links for the products or services you want to promote, and write a relevant articles on your business blog as you display your affiliate links.

These are just a few of the ways of monetizing your business blog.

Make Money with Commercial Blogs

If you are running a commercial blog. It is a good idea to learn how to blog. Blogging is a very good way to make money online.

Backlinks to your business blog and fresh web content will make your internet business blog to rank either high or low.

The more your business blogs have keywords focused content and links to your small business blog, the higher your commercial blog will rank in the search engines.

Add more value and helpful contents to increase monetizing your blog and you'll see how easy and quick it is to rank in search engines.

Use direct selling model to monetize your business blog. Include a well written sales letters that best describe your products or services. Focus on writing about your products or services benefits. Remember to add a way or ways of ordering online.


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