13 Steps to Successful Blogging
Blogs can be a highly sought-after and profitable tool when used correctly. To profit from blogging, you need to attract the public’s attention, not sell real sellers. In this article you will learn the 13 most important steps to the […]
Blogs can be a highly sought-after and profitable tool when used correctly. To profit from blogging, you need to attract the public’s attention, not sell real sellers. In this article you will learn the 13 most important steps to the success of blogging.
1) Where to start?
You should start your blog with a free blogging hosting service such as Journal Home or Blogger. Starting with a free blogging hosting service, you can immediately start blogging without any prior knowledge of scripts, hosting or programming. This allows you to focus on your content rather than the internal service of your blog. The best advantage of running a free service is that if your blog fails, you won’t lose money and save your account. The advantage of the blog is that they are listed in chronological order, your last post will be displayed first. When your blog’s traffic is growing and you’re ready to switch to your own domain, you can easily announce your “relocation” from your latest blog post. Just add the latest entry that your blog has been “moved” and enter a new blog URL. It attracts visitors to your new blog site and maintains the loyalty of your subscribers without causing anyone much inconvenience. Update as needed … But only if necessary!
A niche is a target product, service or theme. First, you need to decide on the product, service or topic you are interested in. Choose an area you can write about enthusiastically every day. You can use keyword research services such as Google zeitgeist or Yahoo! Index Live Feed to find the most popular search topics. It doesn’t matter if your theme is popular, as long as your theme has an audience and it’s definitely targeted, your blog should be successful. Anything can be considered niche if it has a target audience, regardless of its size. A blog about your cat can be a niche, or a blog about cat family varieties can be a wider niche market if there are people interested in hearing about your cat or cat family varieties. Create your audience for a market that doesn’t have an audience, but first you need to start your blog.
3) Update daily (no less)
This step is mandatory, not advice. Daily updates to your blog not only makes your blog more interesting to readers, but also adds new content to it daily, making it more appealing to search engines. For most it is clear that do not update your blog every now and then on holidays or day here and there, but missed days or weeks are unacceptable and are likely to crash your blog. To keep your blog from being in attendance and keeping visitors interested, it’s important to update your blog daily with a few elements. You should try to update your blog every day with at least three or more posts a day. The best way to do this is to give 1-2 hours a day to taking care of your blog and adding new articles. In fact, it would be nice to schedule a certain amount of time you spend on your blog every day. Give yourself hours of work and treat your blog as a job, and what if you don’t come to work for days or weeks… you will lose money or, worse, you will be fired! The same goes for here … If you don’t update your blog for days or weeks, you will lose visitors.
It’s no secret. You have to have traffic to profit from blogging. There are a lot of ways to attract visitors. Paid advertising, free advertising, viral marketing, search engine marketing, RSS/XML feeds and rumors. You should always use your blog’s URL when subscribing to emails, forums, message boards or any other means of communication. You should send your blog’s URL to search engines and blog directories. You should send your RSS/XML URL to your blog’s communications check service such as Technorati, Ping-O-Matic and Blogdigger. You need to confidently share your blog with your family, friends, colleagues, colleagues and professionals when it comes to you. Many blogs can be seen as a collection of articles. To this end, you should send your blog posts (which are valuable and long articles) to content syndicators, such as.
5) Follow your blog
How do I know if your blog has attendance? Just because no one leaves a comment doesn’t mean your blog isn’t growing. Many visitors do not leave comments, but they are regular visitors. I know it sounds crazy, but with blogging people are more interested in what “you” have to say! Many visitors do not comment on their first, second or third time. Some do not comment at all, but are active daily visitors.
Keeping a blog should not be too refined, usually a simple free page counter such as StatCounter.com or Active Meter. Install (copy/paste) code in the HTML code of your blog template and start tracking visitors. It’s best to use a service that provides you with advanced traffic analysis, such as keyword tracking information, transition information, and search engine information. Visitors, famous visitors and unique visitors should be used by default for any page counter you choose.
6) Listen to your audience
When you use the correct page counter, you should start to see how others find your blog and/or through search engines, what keywords are used to search your blog. If your blog is constantly finding one or more keywords, focus on these keywords to make it even more powerful. When writing headlines and mentions, use keywords as often as possible, while maintaining the readability and interest of your blog.
7) Multiple blogs
Use multiple blog accounts to attract more people. This means that you should have a blog on JournalHome.com, Blogger.com, LiveJournal.com, Blog-City.com, tBlogs.com, etc. the more blog accounts, the better. You can copy/paste from one blog to all other blogs. Having multiple blog accounts is like publishing in different newspapers. This will attract more visitors and also increase the likelihood that one of your blogs will appear in search results for your targeted keywords.
8) Briefly and succinctly
Aside from a long article a week to distribute and publish, your blog posts should be short and substantive (if there’s anything you can do about it). Sometimes there are exceptions to the rules, and you have no choice but to lead long articles on the blog, but try to avoid it as often as possible. You don’t want your blog posts to read for hours.