Business

How To Raise The Value Of A Blog

The main reason you want to raise the value of your blog is simply because you can sell your blog for a much higher price. Higher price means more profits. More profits mean more money. More money means site flipping success. The idea is to know what your buyers want – not what you want. From my experience, here are what buyers will want and will raise the value of your site:

Blogs that are optimized for PPC (AdSense specifically) and/or affiliate programs.

Most potential buyers want to buy blogs because they want to make money from it. If you create a blog with no intention of making money out of it, there’s very low chance that you will sell that blog. Imagine this, if you are looking forward to invest in blogs to increase your monthly income, would you buy a blog that has no intention to make money initially. To optimize your blogs for PPC or affiliate programs, you can use those themes that are coded for monetization purposes.

Twitter accounts WITH at Least 100 Followers.

Twitter followers are very easy to get and a Twitter account with some nice numbers of followers (preferably above 100 followers). You don’t have to get targeted followers, so all you need to do is just follow around and that’s it. Also, it is ideal to show off the numbers of followers you have for your blog. This is a great way to show off your start-up blogs to look like a real, ready-togo blog. Then you give them access to the Twtter account when they buy your blog, so they can get traffic to the blog from Twitter!

Facebook group…shhh…

Creating a Facebook is as easy as plucking apples from apple trees. Most people have Facebook accounts and if you have thousands of friends in it, those are some nice marketing targets. Simply create a group around the niche of your blog that you are going to build, invite all your friends to join and post a link of your blog in there. Simple work like this can ensure that the blog that you built will definitely receive some income which is an added bonus to your buyers.