How Do I BLOG?

How do I know if I need a BLOG? What is a blog?

I know what a website is, but what is a blog? The blog is a new version of the website. It has the ability to transform every day and allow visitors to interact with it. Let’s go back to the websites for a moment.

The website is a group of one or more pages with static content. They require advanced skills and are difficult to maintain and maintain. Typically, the content stays the same every time you visit it. People come in once to read the content, and rarely come back. Sites are worth water


The blog is a modern site. Every day it can transform by adding new content. Blogs are very simple and easy to update. Typically, the title and sidebar remain the same, and the content in the center changes with updates. Written articles may be related to the basic idea. This helps to attract traffic to your page. People come back to find out what’s new. Blogs are gossip streams.

Blogs are created dynamically and quickly … websites are static and slow

How do I know if I need a blog?

The blog can be used by anyone who sends a message. I know what you’re saying to yourself: I have nothing to say. My answer to you is yes, you may not know it yet, but stay with me and I’ll show you how to benefit from blogging.

Blogging can help churches and other nonprofits tell stories, blogging can help those of us who sell something (cosmetics, jewelry, real estate, selling on Etsy or eBay), keeping a blog can help companies that provide services (computer repair, hairdressers or landscape architects). Blogging even helped my son Nick become a better writer. I believe that a blog should be used by everyone.

There are several sections in your blogs that make it easier for Google to find you. The subset refers to the main blog and informs Google that you are important. Subsign the homepage.

To answer some of the questions I received and answered on blogging, keep reading.

How do I know if a blog can help my church? The church will use such a blog … Instead of a website (stagnant water) the church will write a blog. They would have a headline at the top (tell me what church they are from, and maybe the phone number, etc.), the side could be held sermons, etc., and in the middle would be touching content.

They discussed what was discussed in the previous sermon for those who could not attend. They can discuss plans for the future in another blog and refer to the main blog, reinforcing and strengthening the blog in the eyes of Google. Fundraisers can be added and shared quickly and easily. People will be tempted to return to see what’s new; feel somehow connected and be part of the church as a whole.

Blogs make readers come back.

How do I know if a blog can help me as a real estate professional?

You’re selling real estate. You used to send postcards to the people next door that you just sold the house they live in and would like to put them up for sale. These colored postcards that you send are road in print and dispatch. In addition, you have no guarantee that they will be delivered to the person who can accept the sale. They may indeed be delivered to the tenant or not at all be delivered. This is a good advertisement.

On the other hand, you can create a blog that describes yourself as a real estate professional in the city you live in. This limits Google search when someone wants to buy or sell a house. They can search for the following request: “I want to sell my house in Loxahatchi, Florida. If you put yourself a specific label, you will have a better chance of being noticed. Are… blog, read or share them, they always have your contact details. Another example: you can write about the Loxahatchi housing market or you can write about homes for sale with 3 bedrooms and 3,000 square feet. Another example is: a blog about the open houses you organize in the region.

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