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29 Tips To Increase Your Productivity As A Blogger

Blogger TipsThis is the most important step you will ever face. You must find your niche! Without a niche, you are virtually lost. You must gain expertise in the market you want to provide information in. You MUST know what you are talking about, and always be truthful. Go out there and find your niche!

It’s by far one of the biggest blogging platforms in the world, with countless plugins and add-ons and almost infinite ways to design and layout your blog. The primary color is the first color you want people to see and the last color you want them to remember. For Hello Bar, it’s light blue. Just to add up, write content, keeping in mind people’s problems that you solve, rather than wholly focusing on SEO and keywords.

When you use your blog to spread your sales messages, you may struggle to find readers. You might not win … Read More

29 Tips To Increase Your Productivity As A Blogger

Blogger TipsMany other bloggers has discussed and share their tips on how to keep their first time readers to their blogs and I am really interested in reading those posts but I have my own experiences doing this. I want to share with you here and hope these simple things can help you some and your comments are always welcome.

The average Article depth is 1890 words so keep writing lengthier content. And the content should be educatable, not promotional. That will engage the users!! Blogging sure does open up so much…and really teaches you lots (writing, photography, research, etc. etc!). Let’s start with eight quick tips to save you time by speeding up your blog writing process. I had a brand pin one of my blog photos to Pinterest and that increased my blog traffic by a huge amount just from one photo. Thereafter I would meet him around the … Read More

29 Tips To Increase Your Productivity As A Blogger

Blogger TipsInstead of using painter’s tape to mask off above baseboards and other areas you don’t want painted when painting trim, use a so-called paint shield. They are inexpensive and come in various styles and sizes. You can also use a wide putty knife, a dust pan, even a piece of cardboard with a straight edge. The shield is especially useful when painting baseboard on a carpeted floor.

It’s not just good for developing your blogging voice; writing with your ideal reader in mind helps keep your writing sessions on track. Once you’re not fishing around for how you should write” anymore, you’ll be saving time by approaching each blog post with purpose and focus, and you won’t waste valuable time by second guessing your writing style when the most important thing is creating your post.

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29 Tips To Increase Your Productivity As A Blogger

Blogger TipsWhy 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.

Everything starts with instilling credibility, so that your audience trusts the content you produce. Without this trust, it’s impossible to gain traction in a marketplace that’s controlled by social media shares and likes. One thing I like to do is re-size photos in batches. You can use the free version of Fotosizer or do this in Photoshop. I am a very new blogger (started on Apr13th)…. I am so nervous that I haven’t even shared my blog with my friends and family yet! p.s slowly working my way through all your recipes, absolutely LOVED your lemony roasted cauliflower risotto.

I came across Julie’s post on 7 ways to grow blog audience when I was doing research on this topic. … Read More

29 Tips To Increase Your Productivity As A Blogger

Blogger TipsI wish I had some magic secrets or shortcuts to share, but the truth is that food blogging is hard work. I receive questions about the subject fairly often, so I sat down to compile my best tips for food bloggers and ended up with an even twenty. You’ll be more likely to develop a successful food blog if you follow these guidelines.

Thanks for the tips! I too am a new blog (started right around the same time as you actually!) and am loving every minute of it! Before I ventured into this world of blogging, i wanted to be sure it was something that I wanted to do and not waste my time over. So i did my research for a month or so. One tip that REALLY helped me: make a list of 50-100 possible ideas/topics. I worked on this list for about a week, adding many … Read More