Blogs are big and here to stay. Of that, there is no argument. However, just putting up a blog on the Internet is no guarantee that anybody is going to see it. You need to generate traffic to your blog. Problem is, that's easier said than done and getting your blog up the SERPs is no easy chore. However, by building a blog network, you can get all your blogs up the SERPs rather easily. This article explains how.
Probably the best way to illustrate this is with an example. Let's say that you wanted to create a blog network revolving around the rock group "The Beatles." Now, putting up just one blog would probably not get you very far in the SERPs without a lot of work. After all, this is one very popular group with a lot of sites out there. However, what if we built a network of blogs around the group itself? How can we do this? The next paragraph gives some ideas.
How about we start off with a main Beatles blog. This one would go into a brief history of the Fab 4. Maybe include a listing of all their albums and singles that they released. Then, we could put up some supporting blogs. For example, we could have a blog for each member of the Beatles; Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr. And then (this is the key) at each supporting blog, you have a link pointing to the main or mother blog. This way, you develop your network. Naturally, you would have links from the main blog to each of the supporting ones.
You could further expand on this. You could have a blog that has nothing but all their songs listed along with lyrics. You could have a blog that has nothing but videos of the Beatles. You could have yet another blog that goes into their personal lives, such as who they each were married to. You could have still another time line blog where you go through all the important dates in their history, such as song releases, concerts and so on.
Do you see where I am going with this? There are a number of specialty blogs that you could put up that all relate, in some way, to the mother blog. Linking them all together, you will eventually have one powerful network going for you.
Yes, this does involve quite a bit of work, but in the long run, it will pay off big time if you do it correctly.
To YOUR Success,