Many bloggers reach a point in their business where they began to ask serious questions. They wonder if this is worth their time. They wonder how much longer they can keep blogging as a ‘non-profit’ business. This is the moment of truth that either weeds them out or makes them stronger. If they choose to learn and stick with it, they’ll start learning about conversions and trust. How do you build trust on your blog? I have struggled with this as I have been building up the trust to my blog http://ppc.org.  This post will answer this question and go over some of the pain points I have have in developing my blog as a brand.  Here are some of the pain points that I have discovered and will guild you through:

  • Getting your name out there
  • Delivering the goods
  • Employing trust builders
  • Being personable and like-able
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  1. admin October 11, 2012 at 12:04 pm - Reply

    This post will answer this question and go over some of the pain points I have have in developing my blog as a brand

    • admin October 11, 2012 at 12:05 pm - Reply

      They wonder if this is worth their time. They wonder how much longer they can keep blogging as a ‘non-profit’ business

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