#bloggers: Klusstering vs. Blogging
So you are a blogger and you truly want to get found online?
Blog Of The Future?
Back in 2003, a bunch of sites started to emerge. These sites were known as blogs. Web Log or Blog for short. 14 years later, blogs like the Huffington Post emerged victorious, but the vast, vast, vast majority of bloggers, wrote for well...themselves.
The concept of being a travel blogger and making money from travelling the world, just wasn't and still isn't as easy people thought it to be.
Now also, the BLOG has started to be a staple of real estate on a website. The truth again, is these blogs don't get much visibility for one simple reason.
One blog, one person, on average doesn't have the stamina to write enough content, understand SEO and have enough connections to become a household name.
Blogging isn't the first time a trend has happened that caught fire and fizzled, and it won't be the last. This has been the promise with eCommerce, Websites, and now YES, even social media.
Sadly tens of millions of blogs haven't had entries for years. It is just too hard to get found in a single blog. It's too bad, because these bloggers, have a lot of good stuff to say.
As online gurus, the founders of Klusster were fortunate enough to reach 35,000,000 people and make a living, but we realized, there had to be a better way. It was too hard to do this alone, and we reached a ton of people.
The Solution: Klusster
Klusster allows groups (bloggers, businesses and more) to get together and build a community online where everyone gets found.
What if 20 mid-size bloggers got together to build a cooperatively branded publication? They could reach 50,000 - 500,000 people and create a tangible revenue producing property. Bloggers have the power if the work together.
Klusstering is the act of working together with fellow bloggers to build a true media property. Not to mention, that Klusstering allows you to come together to generate revenues.
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