Are Blog Directory Submissions A Must For Promoting Your Blogs?

Having multiple blogs to promote different kinds of products or services looks interesting. Unfortunately many bloggers have failed to get the profits that they desired from their multiple web logs. Very often blog owners who manage just a few blogs can earn much more money than the ones who have a “blog empire”. There are several reasons why this contradiction could have happened.

Now imagine that other people (bloggers) start jumping in the pool, splashing around like idiots and start upsetting all the other people. And, these bloggers have absolutely nothing in common with the rest of us. In fact, some of these bloggers promote “unsavory” and even immoral practices and products! They have low or no page rank traffic from God only knows online blogs where and pretty soon…

Don’t think about those days in grammar school. You don’t have to worry about a teacher sitting at the front of the class looking over her glasses at you while you are writing. Forget about turning in your elementary school papers and fearing the big red pen. You are now older and you have all the tools that you need to get started with writing online.

Take your time to search for the best blogging software that would do exactly what you want and also that which won’t get you into any trouble with your web host or search engines.

Its enough because top upcoming project gets updated by their owners pretty often so just following them and learning in their footsteps are usually enough. Refer often and do the same actions in your own blog too.

Some of you may have heard of the legendary Google sandbox, sometimes called, “The Goggle Sandbox Effect.” What happens is that newly listed sites rank well for about two to three weeks, then suddenly drop off the radar screen. These new sites are placed in a type of probational sandbox, away from the “real” sites.

What I had thought was the worse thing to happen turned out to be the best thing. Had Google not sandboxed me, I probably never would have discovered the awesome marketing power of blogs!