It is not easy to set up a blog and promote it. This project requires a lot of learning. The blog’s technical, creative, and production lines aspects will all need your attention. The most challenging aspect of managing the blog’s monetization is probably economic or financial. This is where the most difficult part of your efforts can be when you only get a satisfactory monetizing result after months of continuous action.
Blog flipping is similar to the rule of real property. You may purchase or build a property solely with the intention of improving it and then selling it to other owners. The current flip value for blogs is between 12-24 months of expected earnings through intensive monetization. This means that you get paid for several years of blogging (writing, posting and promotion) with no effort. The value of the asset for the new owners will determine the profit. While corporate buyers are the most common target clients, you can also use your blog to promote a niche-specific auction.
These are some ways to increase your blog sales using a variety of approaches.
Create a blog strategy that includes an exit sale
Even if you’re not sure if you intend to flip your blog, it is a good idea to design a strategy for blogging that includes an exit plan. This basically means that you should target your blog as a buyer.
* A clear focus on the niche. Your blog should be organized in such a way that it can easily describe the blog and place in a few sentences. Your goal for the blog should be as transparent as your target audience. Your target audience doesn’t matter how small, as long as they are clearly defined.
* Zero effort traffic methods – These techniques include scripts that allow you to access other sites through a proxy network or a self-reliant social media management network. Corporate buyers who don’t have the time or desire to develop traffic strategies can benefit significantly from no-fuss techniques.
* Long tail keyword optimization: Long-tail keywords can bring you a targeted readership. This optimization strategy must be implemented from the first blog post. You shouldn’t try to push the articles past the deadline in order to increase sales. If the client is not careful, it can be unprofessional and cost you a deal.
* Prioritize readership over updating frequency. Corporate buyers don’t have the time or resources to keep up with frequent updates. You should follow an editorial calendar but not be too dependent on updates every day or twice daily. You should focus on creating unique content and recurring traffic.
What should you do if the thought of promoting your blog to small-scale monetization is making you feel bad? Sell it. You might consider selling your blog if your current monetization efforts don’t balance the enormous effort you put into your blog.