Tuesday, 30 May 2017

Recommendations for Your Blog

I receive plenty of emails asking for advice about how to blog, about blog topics and about creating meaningful content. These are the answers and recommendations we tend to give.  
1.          Define Your Ideal Readers; Once you’ve found your niche, you need to know who will be reading your blog. For example, we blog about living intentionally. Thus, our ideal readers are people who are interested in exploring minimalism so they can clear the path toward more meaningful lives. If you want to write about your newborn baby growing up, that’s wonderful: your ideal readers are probably your friends and family. If you want to write about restoring classic cars, that’s cool, too. Tailor your writing to your readers (whether it’s your family or local community or whoever else will read your blog).

Sunday, 28 May 2017

How Do You Get Traffic To Your Blog?

And once your blog is up and running,  Social media is one of the best ways to advertise your blog, and it only takes the presence on a couple of social networking sites to gain exposure and increase the web traffic to your site.
Identify your target demographic for your blog post and then research which social media platforms this demographic is more likely to use. A few examples of frequented social media sites include Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, and LinkedIn. It takes hard work and dedication to build a community online and find the best platform in which to share your blogging content. GOOGLE BLOGGER allows you to share your content to social networks and also gives you stats right.

Friday, 26 May 2017

In 20 Minutes, How to Create a Google Blog

First Step: Getting Started – Choose your Blogging Platform (blogger, blogspot)
Before you start worrying about how your blog will look like, you will need to choose your blogging platform. You can find different kind of main motif at blogger. You are able to create a blog with Blogger and more…
However, given that there are over 30 million active users using blogger today, it’s clear which platform is the boss. Even my own blogs and sites are built with blogger blogging platform. Here’s why:
It’s FREE for everyone to use (including themes, layouts and add-ons that many other blogging platforms don’t provide).