This guide is the perfect start for beginners and people new to the world of blogging. This guide will walk you step-by-step on how to start a successful blog and by the end of it, you will have a blog on the Internet up and running! Scroll down to finally start your entrepreneurial journey and earn passive income ($1000+ /month) online!
In life when people are faced with similar circumstances the majority of them will make similar decisions. So why can’t this law apply to blogging? I have found that new bloggers regardless of technical expertise begin with an almost identical perspective to the blogging world. They all tend to share ideas about what blogging is what their expectations are from blogging. This is why it's possible to make a post like this. We can assume the majority of bloggers make the same mistakes when that start out (I made the same ones when I started) we can guess what mistakes new bloggers will make when they start blogging.
Your blog can have the best content and design in the world but without traffic, it’s like having a supercar car without an engine, it’s of no use. So while making your blog look pretty or creating new products is very important, your main focus should at all times be on increasing your blog's traffic. In the online world traffic is the equivalent of gold; you can always cash it in anytime for a large profit. Here Are 4 Simple Ways To Rocket Your Blogs Traffic:
I remember when I was first starting out as a blogger I used to spend many hours just browsing top blogs looking for things I could include in my own. I used to just sit and observe all of the little things these blogs did that most people don’t detect consciously. I use to focus on blog layout, typography and color schemes among many more things. Luckily for me this time spent observing and mirroring these blogs turned out to be quiet valuable and very helpful even up to today. I learnt so many essential things about blog design that I can honestly say that I can by simply looking at a blog tell you if it will be successful and marketable or not. I hope to share a few of those secrets I learnt in a condensed form with you today.
I know it’s tough to earn online but I find it VERY hard to believe that approximately 81% of bloggers make less than a $100 blogging and that more then 10% of bloggers never make money blogging at all! :( I have met a lot of promising bloggers and I know firsthand how many hours they put into their blogs (some put in close to 40 hours per week!). So this idea that a majority of blogs don’t pan out and that most bloggers end up quitting gives me the impression that they are doing something wrong. Most blog experts don’t like to say it but I personally feel that money is a good scale to determine whether you are successful or not.
Highly successful people are those who don’t just learn from their own mistakes but the mistakes of others. So, to help all bloggers out there I thought I’d make a list of all the common major blogging mistakes I have found consulting bloggers so that you can learn from them and make them right for yourself. I'm flipping this guide on its head. These aren't 25 tips but 25 things you must NOT do if you want to be a successful blogger in 2019 :) I have made many of these mistakes myself ;) but time and experience has taught me how important the little things can be.
I remember a few years ago when I was in the process of building my first website, I paid very little attention in picking my domain name. I found one I liked and felt that it wasn’t worth my time to keep looking (as it can be quite tedious). So I chose it and just rolled with it. I then began to spend countless hours on designing the website, making logos, doing market research and getting involved in social media. After the foundation of the site was built I started writing content and overall I was quite satisfied and happy. But very soon all of that comfort and sanctification about my blog began to trickle away after the negative feedback began to pour in and I began to learn more about SEO.
So you have heard the term “blog” and you want to know what blogs are all about? Well, you’ve come to the right place! With the exponential growth of the Internet, more and more people have started to write content online. Newspapers and paper books have lost their edge and “blogging” has become “mainstream”. Thousands of bloggers around the world have created a large audience and following. Many of them even generate a significant amount of money online from their blogs. I'm sure you have wondered what does it mean to be a blogger? What do bloggers do? Or What is a Blog? Hopefully, this article will give you the answers you are looking for.
I don’t know how to say this in a nicer way… But I want to be upfront and honest with you. “If your blog titles stink your blog will fail no matter how good your blog content is.” There’s some logic behind this. When a reader searches for a topic on Google, they are given 10 results on the first page that best match their keyword, which is entirely up to Google. (This ranking is based on a complex algorithm, which includes various elements and is the basis for search engine optimization or SEO, which is the process of adjusting your content to improve rankings in SERPs).
LeBron James is arguably the best passer in the NBA. With merely a flick of the writs and a pop of his hands he can fire a pass 25 feet in a straight line. What does that have to do with blogging? Well blogging is a team sport and Google is the referee; you can’t expect to win unless you share and assist your fellow bloggers. To be successful at blogging you want to become a staple in your niche blog community. You should be: