13 Steps to Successful Blogging

Blogs are a highly lucrative and marketable instrument if utilized correctly. Making money from blogs is merely an issue of capturing the attention of a target audience , and not doing any salesperson selling. In this article, you’ll discover the most important 13 steps to succeed in blogging.

1.) Where do I begin?

It is recommended to start your blog using a free blog hosting service like Journal Home or Blogger. Beginning with a no-cost blog hosting service lets you start blogging immediately without any prior understanding of hosting, scripts, or programming. This lets you concentrate on the content of your blog and not on the maintenance aspect of your blog. The greatest benefit of starting with a free platform is that in the event your blog fails to succeed, you don’t lose any money, nor are you stuck with the cost.

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The best thing about blogs is that they’re ordered chronologically, so the most recent post is shown first. If your blog’s traffic increases significantly and you’re looking to upgrade your blog to a domain of your own, you simply need to create your final blog post an announcement of the “move”. Simply make a final entry in which you announce that your blog has “moved” and type the new URL address of your blog. This will direct readers to your new blog website, ensuring that your followers are maintained and without any major inconvenience for anyone. Change your blog as you want to…but only when you have to!

2) Niche

A niche is a specific product or service, or even a topic. It is important to first choose the product, service or subject that you are interested in. Pick a subject that you are able to write about on a regular basis. You can use keyword research services like Google Zeitgeist or Yahoo! Buzz Index to find popular searched-for topics. It doesn’t matter if your subject is well-known as long as you have an public interest for the topic and the subject is specifically targeted the blog will be profitable. Any topic can be considered to be an area of interest if there is a targeted audience regardless of how big or the size of the audience. A blog that is about your cat could be considered a niche, or one about the cat’s species or family could be a bigger niche market if there are people who are curious about the story of your cat or about the species of the cat family…you could even decide to create your own audience for the market where isn’t there however, you first need to create your blog.

3.) Update Daily (nothing less)

This is a must and is not a suggestion. The daily update of your blog will not only make your blog interesting for people who visit it, but will also provide your blog with fresh information from daily basis, making it more attractive for search engine spiders. The inability to update your blog every now and then or a day here and there may be acceptable for most people, but not updating your blog days or weeks of time is not acceptable and could cause your blog to be unsuccessful. To ensure that your blog is a success and keep your readers interested, it is essential keep your blog updated daily with multiple posts. It is recommended to try to keep your blog updated daily with 3 or more entries per day. The most effective way to do this is to allocate an hour or two per day to taking care of your blog and adding new posts. It could be beneficial to set a time that you devote to your blog every day. Set aside time for work as well as treat the blog like an employment opportunity. What is the consequence if you don’t show up to work for a few days or weeks…you lose money , or even worse, you are fired! The same applies here…if you do not update your blog for a few days or weeks, you’ll lose readers.

4) Traffic

It’s no secret. You need traffic to make money from blogs. There are many ways to increase traffic. Paid advertisements, free advertising such as viral marketing, search engine marketing, feeds that are RSS/XML and word-of-mouth. Always include your blog’s URL as the subject line of an emails, forums discussion boards, message boards or any other form of communication. It is recommended to submit your blog’s URL to search engines as well as blog directories. It is recommended to send your RSS/XML URL feeds to pinging services for blogs like Technorati, Ping-O-Matic, and Blogdigger. It is recommended to share the blog’s content with your family members, colleagues, friends, acquaintances and business professionals as it is related to. Many blogs can be viewed as a collection of content and for this reason, you must submit your blog posts (those which are useful as well as lengthy) for publication to content syndicators such as GoArticles.com and ArticleCity.com. After submission, your blog entries could be read and published by other sites. The key is to ensure that the article contains your Blog URL address within your “About the Author” passage. This will create links and popularity for your blog. When you get your article picked up via syndication, and then publish the article on their site, The “About the Author” passage is included in each publication. The link that you have included is crawled, followed, as well as indexed by the search engine. Imagine if your post is well-known or controversial enough to generate thousands of publications on the internet. Search engines are bound to locate your website within a matter of minutes with those numerous publications, and will also consider you an authority on the subject and, as a result, increase the rank of your site on search engines. The little effort required to write an article that is well-written can be satisfying. Try to write at least one full-length article each week to be syndicated and send your article to at minimum Ten article syndicators.

5) Track Your Blog

How can you tell whether your blog is getting traffic? If no one is commenting doesn’t mean that your blog isn’t expanding. A lot of visitors don’t leave comments , but they are returning visitors. It may sound crazy, but people who read blogs are more attracted to the things “you” have to say! A lot of visitors don’t comment the first, second or third time around. Many do not even comment at all, yet are regular visitors.

The process of tracking your blog’s visitors does not require a lot of technical expertise typically a basic free page counter such as StatCounter.com and Active Meter will do the trick. Set up (copy/paste) your code in the html of your blog’s template and begin tracking your visitors. It is recommended to use an online service that provides advanced analysis of traffic, like keyword tracking data as well as referral information and search engine data. Returning visitors, visits, and unique visitors must be standard in any page counter you select.

6) Listen to Your Audience

If you use the correct page counter, you need to start to observe how other users are finding your blog , and If they are using search engines, what keywords are being utilized to locate your blog. If your blog is constantly getting indexed by one or more keywords , then you should focus your blog on those terms to help make your blog even more effective. When you write entry titles and entries, use keywords as often as you can while still keeping your blog accessible and engaging.

7.) Multiple blogs

Make use of multiple blogs to draw more attention. That means you need to be running a blog on JournalHome.com, Blogger.com, LiveJournal.com, Blog-City.com, tBlogs.com, and so on. The more blogs you have, the more effective. Copy/paste content from one blog to the other. The idea of having multiple blog accounts is similar to having a publication in several newspapers. This allows you to draw more people to your site and increases the likelihood that one of your blogs will appear listed in search results for the keywords you are targeting.

8) Short & Concise

Apart from the long article every week for syndication and publication, your blog posts should be brief and concise (if you are able to). There are occasions when there is a deviation from the general rule, and you may have the option of writing long posts, but make sure to stay clear of this whenever you can. It is not a good idea to allow your blog posts to turn into long hours of reading. People want to quickly find details and read your blog entries. It is important to provide thorough and valuable information, but you should not provide irrelevant details or runaway sentences that diverge from the topic.