Blogging has become one of the fastest growing phenomena on the internet today. If you are a blogger like I am, you have found blogs to be fun, exciting and very interesting. Blogging is the best way to get your thoughts out to the world, and an even better way to attract people who have similar interests as you do. I personally have become almost addicted to blogging and have discovered some pretty cool topics that people like me are talking about. However, as a fellow blogger yourself, I’m sure you have been wondering to get more hits to your blog. I have been plagued with the same problem for years until recently where I have discovered some great methods attracting new readers everyday.
Some great advice and I look forward to putting many of the ideas into practice. It seems that the best way is to follow some of … Read More
Why should you start just a blog when you can create a blog and profit from it? Simple question, isn’t it? And yet one that so many fail to answer correctly.
Now that your blog is up and running, want some tips for making blogging easier, staying motivated, and increasing your traffic? Check out my page on Tips for New Bloggers” I also share some of my favorite plugins and some ethical tips for new bloggers. There are lots of stock photo sites that offer royalty free images under a creative commons license. Write guest posts for top blogs and showcase the portfolio on your blog’s home page. If people see your guest posts landing on top blogs, they think you have some skills, so they don’t hesitate to read your stuff.
It sounds weird at first because it seems that instead of growing my readership I’m leaking them out. … Read More
Today, bloggers are told that there’s one golden rule to blogging success: find a niche and dominate it.
One way that requires very little effort to increase a blog’s readership is to use the WordPress plugin Revive Old Post Not only does it pepper your social media stream with useful content that will attract new readers, but it also shines light on older content that you might not be actively promoting. Just set it up and forget about it! It’s consistently one of my biggest referrer of traffic to my blog.
In non commercial blogs it can further break down into 2 different types of blogs. The first one is blogging for leisure, which means you only blog for the purpose like a personnel online diary. The second type of blog would be business blogs. Business blogs are like blogs like mine where I write this blog and update it … Read More
Web logs (blogs) are a rapidly growing and powerful form of communication. They seem to have captured the interest of the world, even though their content is subjective. Media agencies have realized the power of this trend by allowing their news websites to gather comments from bloggers on every topic, from current affairs to food. Any American can become a blogger quite easily – all you need are a computer and an opinion. If the thought of giving your opinion and sharing it with millions sounds appealing, then consider becoming an online blogger. These tips will show you how to start.
This article you are currently reading could be considered a pillar article since it is very practical and a good how-to” lesson. This style of article has long term appeal, stays current (it isn’t news or time dependent) and offers real value and insight. The more pillars you have … Read More
Generate new blog post ideas. Write weekly content. Promote posts via social media and email.
The first thing you have to think before starting your blogging activities is that to decide it purpose. As I’ve mentioned, beside of the opinion sharing purpose, blog also makes it possible for you to support your business by promoting your products on it. Though it seems a simple matter, defining the purpose has also play a big role for your blog existence in the future. Knowing basic purpose would ease you to specify the goal you want to achieve in next few years with it.
A tip I picked up from Rachel Meeks’s popular e-book Simple Blogging (unfortunately, no longer in print) is to write your first draft without hitting the Delete key. Just keep forging ahead in your blog post, knowing that you’ll be revisiting it to clean things up and make things … Read More