Managing Multiple Blogs Successfully

Apr 1 07:34 2008 Jerret Turner Print This Article

Realizing the tremendous potential of blogging in internet marketing, many bloggers have taken to maintaining multiple blogs.

While this is one way to boost sales,Guest Posting bloggers have must take extra care to make sure that the content in their various blogs is original and distinctly different from each other. Even the blogs are related, it is important that each of the blogs should contain original postings so that visitors do not feel as though they are receiving information that is being recycled. If visitors start feeling that the postings are getting redundant, they are likely to start feeling that visiting any one of the blogs is enough for them to garner the information they are looking for and the other blogs are simply a waste of time.  Bloggers should also remember that stealing posts from other associated blogs is not likely to help much and is more liable to discredit their blog. For one thing it is illegal and for another, devoted readers of the original blog will soon catch on to the scam. Dedicating separate time to work on each blog and keeping all blogs up to date are the two fundamental techniques that will help you juggle multiple blogs successfully. Dedicating Time for Each BlogMaintaining a blog requires time and commitment. Bloggers who desire to maintain multiple blogs need to ensure that they budget their time carefully and allocate sufficient time to each of their blogs. Each blog is equally important and should not be neglected. Mismanagement of time can lead to neglecting one or more of the blogs, resulting in a significant decline in traffic.  Start out by determining the requirements of each blog. You may find that some blogs require far less time and effort to keep them functioning properly, especially those that are based on research. Other blogs that are not research intensive to maintain may be easier to maintain. Determining the time that is needed to maintain each blog and scheduling your time accordingly is the key to juggling multiple sites. It is important to evaluate your sites regularly and make the necessary adjustments depending on the progress of the various blogs. If need be, eliminate a blog; spending more time on maintaining fewer blogs is far more effective than having and mismanaging a whole lot of blogs. Keep All Blogs Up to DateMultiple blog owners should also take measures to ensure that every one of their blogs is kept up to date. This involves getting fresh content regularly posted on each blog, which will help prevent the feeling of déjà vue that a visitor is otherwise likely to experience over time if the blog is not updated.  Even the most informative and interesting blog will soon lose its appeal and lose traffic if new content is not regularly posted. With the sheer number of sites that are available to internet users, blog visitors can afford to be choosy and are highly unlikely to change their loyalties to other blogs that offer updates and fresh content on more frequent basis.

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