Five Blogging Tips For The Non2 min read
Want to become a professional travel blogger? Learn how to grow & improve your travel blog with my best tips after 6 years of professional blogging.
For a new blogger you rock! I’v been at it over a year and still haven’t honed my writing style or blog direction (but I also work a full-time job outside of home plus other responsibilities). I love your blog and the suggestions for new bloggers is well laid out and beautifully writen. There aren’t many blogs that I follow after the first visit, but I’m a new follower. I’m interested to see what you will share next. I’m pondering moving my blog to word press because I don’t have much flexibility with type pad.
Hi, thanks for this very helpful post! Is it possible to register a domain even if you don’t plan on using it immediately? Basically just ensuring that you get the domain name that you want (if possible). Also, if I’m planning to blog on varying topics what would you recommend to do as far as a name? Do you think it’s imperative that the name coincides with the topic? I only ask because I’ve seen fashion/beauty blogs where their names have nothing to do with fashion or beauty. I’m sooo stuck on the name I can’t move to the next steps! Ugh!
On the other hand, with a self-hosted blog on your own domain name – you are the REAL owner of your blog. You’ll be able to name your blog whatever you want, for example ” or You can end it withcom,,net,org, or virtually any other web suffix. Add to that unlimited bandwidth for videos, images and content plus the free themes and you have a winning combo.
We decided we wanted to help more people understand what’s required to live a location independent lifestyle, and how to navigate those logistics. One of things we decided to do (sort of after the fact) was come up with a blog. Your article is very helpful in laying out the details in doing that endeavor successfully. I look forward to digging into more of your content too.