Advertisers want to see cooking blogs that list specific ingredients and artistic blogs that point to specific materials. A generic blog is not going to help you appeal to the eyes of advertisers. If you have a specific company in mind, you should start using and mentioning their products on a regular basis. Of course, don’t make it seem phony and fake. You should genuinely be using the products because they are the best.
When an advertiser looks for a webpage on which to place promotional material, he or she wants to see that the page is actually going to come up in Google searches. Therefore, have an SEO makeover done to your site. You can start adding keywords by yourself, or you could hire a professional to do the job. In any case, be sure that the keywords flow naturally within the text. Blogs that are stuffed with keywords and SEO techniques all over the place sound rather robotic. You still want to create high quality content.
Network and Contact
Advertisers might never wander over to your blog if they don’t know you’re interested. Contact some particular advertising agencies to see if they are looking for a blog on which to place ads or if they are interested in reading your blog. If you don’t get the word out there, then no one is ever going to see it. You should also network with professionals in both the advertising and blogging field. They can give you some hints as to how they got stated, and they may also be able to put you in contact with some interested parties.
With all of these techniques and strategies, you could inadvertently straddle the line between being you and being in-genuine. Ultimately, you created this blog, and it’s an expression of you and a particular interest. In order to polish it up for the corporate world, there are certainly steps that you need to take. However, that doesn’t mean you need to compromise everything for which the blog once stood. Advertisers will notice if your blog doesn’t quite sound as though an actual human wrote it. Additionally, companies are often looking for something that is fresh and unique and that doesn’t follow exactly what the rest of the crowd is doing.
It’s unlikely that you are going to start snatching up advertisers within the first few minutes of your journey. It could take days, weeks, months or even years to finally find the opportunity for which you have been searching. Be willing to commit your time to success, and be sure to make connections whenever possible.