SEO – Should You Use Blog Blasting Software
An examination of blog blasting software and whether or not using this type of program to send out tons of blog headlines to different sites is part of a good SEO strategy.
You can use a blog as blog advertising. Blog advertising is a cross between blog and an ad. You are probably familiar with the concept of an Ad Blaster, which blasts out an ad to thousands of search engines and FFA sites. Blog Blaster works much the same way, virally transmitting and linking your blog to thousands of other sites who will also want to link back to you.
It is no secret that blogging has become a powerful form of self-expression as well as promotion. Usually defined as a frequently published, chronological publication of personal thoughts, web links and information, the blog is the Internet expert or guru’s best friend. It is a persuasive literary form that can be used to expose the flaws of your competition, raise enthusiasm for your topic and help establish your credibility and reputation as a seller or provider. Automated published systems simplify and accelerate the publishing process.
Using these programs is very easy and it only takes a few minutes. You simply insert your blog into pre-designed template and choose your blog advertising category. You press a button and your blog advertising is then posted to thousands of blogs that will be glad to have your link on their site because you message is relevant to their subject areas. This of course can boost your rankings.
Currently there are millions of blogs on the net. Blasting systems like Blog Blaster automatically places your blog advertising on millions of blogs that pertain to your topic. This is a way to exponentially increase your site traffic as well as sales. In many instances people who have used this type of article header distribution software have increased their targeted traffic so much that they have ended up with in one of the top three rankings on the Google search engine.
Unfortunately, Blog Blasting, also known as blog spamming can get your site blacklisted and is therefore a high risk form of SEO.