After building a website for your business or service, you might find it necessary to create a blog for your website. Having a blog included in your company website can bring people coming to your site not only for the product and service that you offer but also to get insightful information on your website.
Traffic is a very important part that will help you in reaching success for your internet venture. Without people coming to your website, you will end up getting no sales and revenue. A blog filed with useful articles can bring people to your website and can help you gain potential customers as well.
Another important aspect in your WordPress blog besides getting traffic is creating links. You should have links from outside websites pointing back to your domain to be able to gain more traffic. This is also a tricky part, since you need to get quality backlinks to your website. Getting wifi plans to help you do the work is not enough, you really need to bring in quality links to your websites to be able to get the traffic and revenue that will you bring your online business to success.
Again, you need links pointing to your website to become successful. These links should be high in terms of quality. If you get 25 links from sites that are not authority sites it will not do you much good. It would be much wiser to get five links from web sites that have good page rank and are closely matched to the overall theme of your blog.
There are basically two ways to get these types of links. First, you can research the web and find high quality web sites that are theme related to your’s and email them asking for links to your site. However, why would they want to link to your new page rank zero site?
You will get better results if you build a “Blog Farm”. A blog farm has one distinct advantage, it is under your complete control. Instead of having to go asking for links, you will have the ability to post a link from your blog farm to your new WordPress blog yourself. You will have the power to add a link to “any” new blog that you build in the future.
This is what happens, the link to your new WordPress blog draws the search engine spiders which is mandatory for your blog to be indexed in the major search engines, which are Google, Yahoo, and MSN.