There are millions of blogs out there in the blogosphere but only a few of them are following some strategy for branding of their blog. Everyday hundreds of new blogs appear with the mission to make money online but many newbie bloggers don’t know about how they can be successful blogger Therefore, I decided to share 15 important blogging tips which I learnt from my small experience for Shoutmeloud readers.
I recommend purchasing a domain name for one main reason. If you don’t, then you do not ‘own’ your blog. If you are using a free service they control your blog and it could be removed at any time for any reason. Not likely but I didn’t want to take that chance. You can get a domain name for less than $10. We used GoDaddy and I will say that their customer service has been excellent – they even called my mom to see if we had any questions after we signed up. Keep in mind, there are TONS of options so do a little research.
Simply, Page Rank of a website/blog is a asset for a site owner, because if a site has a larger page rank it will be more visible in search engines and can get more visitors. There are a lot of ways to promote your website and increase its page rank. Some ways require you to pay for it and some are FREE but needs extra time and efforts. Remember in Websites the most important thing you need to remember is the patience. Below are some points which you can follow and improve your website ranking.
To make money on your blog you have to put up ads. The most popular advertising program for bloggers is Google Adsense, but there are many others out there as well. You will want to select ad networks and affiliate programs that relate well to the subject of your blog. After all, a blog about home decor is not going to do a very good job of getting people to click on ads about football jerseys.
It’s definitely starting from scratch; I feel like Tumblr is more of a collection of random things, and less of a traditional blog, if that makes sense. So I’m fairly certain I’ll have to find new followers, but I will be able to use all my old stuff. I am actually going to use it as my first posts on Blogger – kind of cheating, but I figure that I wrote it, so what’s the harm? It also really takes the pressure off when you have material prepared to post.