Wednesday, October 17, 2007

How Can I Make My Blog More Appealing To Advertisers?

i decided to make a blog and know it will take awhile before people look at it enough for advertisers to want to advertise on it, but what will i need to do to get advertisers interested at that time? thank you so much!

Well first of all your blog should have a theme or cater to a niche market. Just take something that you are passionate about and start blogging about it. One thing that I do want to say is that if you are looking for advertisers for your blog then it is best not to make your blog a general-type of blog because then your audience may be too general and therefore it won't appeal to advertisers.

If you sign up for Adsense then you will already have the advertisers because the ads will already be appearing on your blog without you having to go out and get the advertisers for yourself. You can read more about Adsense on my Adsense Consultant Blog

The more popular that your blog becomes the more it will appeal to advertisers. Let's take the example of Perez Hilton. He started a celebrity gossip blog that got so popular that he started charging advertisers $6,000 a week to advertise on his blog and if you take a look at his blog you will see that he has plenty of advertisers. Perez Hilton is a good example to use because I don't believe that he did much advertising for his blog. He just kept posting to his blog and it became very popular! Now he has his own TV show!

So decide on a subject matter for your blog - something that you are passionate about. Continue to post to your blog. After you have added a few posts to your blog then sign up for the Adsense program so that you will be able to start making money with your blog right away.

Work on bringing more traffic to your blog (but also continue to post to your blog).

The more traffic that you have - the more your site will appeal to advertisers.

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