Your Blog Design should have a clean design with proper navigation. It should be such that readers can easily find the content of their choice. Your content plays a major role but you need to keep in mind: First impression is last impression. Also, it will help user stick to your blog more. Would you like to stare on a web page with a flashy or irritating colors? Will you wait for a Web page to load which will take minutes to open? NO!
One more thing… Content! at first I let myself feel like what I was posting was pretty corny, especially i comparison to what other’s with more experience post. Then I decided that my it is mainly my lack of experience in both blogging and what I am doing, and that I can only improve with time. It’s al about growing and getting better to me. I try not to post babble, but let myself every once in awhile, because I do love to ‘talk’.
How you benefit is through what is called your Resource Box”Â. You create your own resource box which is like a signature file where you include one to two sentences and link back to your website (or blog in this case). Anyone who publishes your article has to include your resource box so you get incoming links. If someone with a large newsletter publishes your article you can get a lot of new readers at once.
This app is basically just a $6 Instagram post organzier so you’re able to see the layout of your feed before you publish. This is especially helpful if you’re trying to follow a certain pattern in your feed or you’re just Type-A, like me, when it comes to Instagram. Gone are the days of posting an Instagram, checking to make sure it looks good in your feed, then quickly deleting it if it isn’t up to par. After using this app for a month, I’ve also found that I’m not scrambling as much to get posts up since they’re scheduled well in advance. You can also add text and tags to each image so they’re ready when you’re ready.