Tag "blogging tips"
Blogging, Writing Last week, we’ve talked about ways to open your blog post with a bang. If you haven’t read it yet, check it out here. Today, we’re going to work on making the body of your post appealing to readers and discuss ways on how to structure your post and present data in a manner that’s easy for readers. One of the important blogging tips you should learn is to write using a language and style that a specific audience will ...Continue reading
Around The Blogosphere, Blogger, Blogging, Blogging Guide, Create a Blog, Promote your blog, Reader Blog Critique Blog commenting, as I have always maintained, is one of the best methods for getting some traffic to our blog, getting noticed by other bloggers in the community and also getting some link juice. And while getting quality comments from intelligent people can be a matter of great pride for any blogger, some commenters go out of the way to annoy blog owners by leaving silly or irrelevant comments which never get approved. I would like to share my ...Continue reading
Blogging Google Alerts is one of the many free tools you can use to improve your blog. And if you’re still not using it, better pay attention to this post. You’ll discover cool ways on how you can utilize this to have a better blog. What is Google Alerts? This is a free service from Google that allows you to receive alerts for news, blog posts, videos, and any other content that’s related to the keywords you’ve chosen. These ...Continue reading
Blogging, Writing If you’re thinking of becoming a professional blogger, you have to make sure that you possess all the skills and qualities that make a successful and profitable blogger. Don’t think that it’s as simple as writing. It takes far more than that. Here is a list of important skills that help a blogger succeed. Flawless writing aptitude Obviously, you have to be a great writer to succeed as a blogger. Take note that this is different from ...Continue reading
Blogging When you first start off blogging it may only be for fun or for a hobby. You may just want somewhere to express yourself, your own virtual piece of land. I know this is why I originally started blogging. I wanted to “belong” to an online community, to share my knowledge and to learn more. I wanted to make friends and ultimately to create an online presence I could be proud of. But as time passes you might begin to think and act like a ...Continue reading