Beauty bloggers search out little known, obscure beauty and skin care tips for you, doing all the research you probably don’t have the time to do on your own. From the newest beauty products to beauty tips and secrets, they’ve got the subject covered. They keep on top of the latest products online and follow and often, write reviews of the hottest beauty and skin care products, sometimes writing their own reviews. The also monitor the press releases, to bring you fresh information on new developments, trends and products.
Every now and then I get inundated with comment spam to my blog. These comments are usually posted by automated programs that put a short message in your comments that reads something like, “I like your site, lots of good info. Check these out…”, followed by about 5-50 links to their websites.
Lots of links from different IPs — this means that Google thinks that crappy small-potato Motivation just trusted you enough to link to you. This is a question of quantity, not quality.
This is what happens when online blogs you start approving comments from bloggers who are not closely related to your own niche. The reverse of this applies to you as well.
Find a Piano Course with Good Reviews – Maybe the course you have in mind has a forum. Also, searching for “learn piano online” blogs and forums on the web will help you find a quality program with good customer approval. Make sure the company behind the course has enough resources or guides available and good customer support.
But in my experience blogging is over looked by most internet marketers, and online business owners as well for that matter, because they have to ‘work’ at producing quality and reader relevant content on a regular basis. How do I know blogs are overlooked? Easy… The internet marketing students and online business owners I regularly coach never discuss blogging! Sure they’ll talk all day about PPC, Google slap, SEO… but never blogging.
Blogs are a fascinatingly simple, quick, and cheap way to create revenue online. There is essentially no risk involved and there is no overhead, apart from hosting. You can simply set up a free blog, put AdSense on it, and post whatever you want. If you follow the guidelines above, you will soon be on your way to residual income.