Thursday, 15 February 2018

How to Start A Blog Today

Are you looking for a free, easy, step-by-step guide on how to start a blog?
My free guide on this page will show you how to create a blog that is beautiful and functional, all in an easy step-by-step tutorial.

 Ready to start the simple step-by-step tutorial?

I am going to be your guide on this journey to building a successful blog. I have been building blogs and websites since 2002. In that time I have launched several of my own blogs, and helped hundreds of others do the same.
I know that starting a blog can seem overwhelming and intimidating. My free guide was designed just for beginners, and requires only the most basic computer skills. So whether you’re 8 or 88, you can have your blog ready to go in less than 20 minutes.
I am not ashamed to admit that when I was first learning how to build a blog I made a ton of mistakes. You can benefit from more than a decade of my experience so that you don’t repeat these same mistakes. I created this free guide so that anyone can learn how to blog quickly and easily. And if you get stuck at any point, please me a massage and I will do my best to help you!
Skip the rest of this introduction and start building your blog!!!!!

Tuesday, 13 June 2017

You Should Avoid

Everyone makes mistakes and bloggers are no exception. The question here is how to avoid them and achieve better results with your blog.
We have rounded up the most widespread mistakes that bring the biggest harm to your blog. Here are things you might be doing wrong:

  1. Lack of understanding of your target audience. Find out your readers’ needs and interests. Try to predict their desires. This is the only way to sink into their hearts.
  2. No promotion. Make it easy for readers to find your content by promoting the blog across social media and other traffic channels.

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).