Blogging is a skill. Don’t let anybody fool you. Are you wondering if you have the right blogging skills? Some desperate or outright clueless bloggers may say that you can master blogging in 3 to 6 months but this is an absolute lie. What human being can master any skill in 3 to 6 months? Most of us take years if not decades to become highly proficient in any one discipline. Read this article and I’ll point you in the right direction for skills to practice regularly to become a rocking blogger.
Today, I’m about to share with you a useful guide to writing powerful emails. If you’ve been wondering whether email marketing is still a relevant strategy to engage your blogging audience and turn them into paying customers, the answer is a resounding YES. Before you write your next email, make sure to apply the 6 strategies below. What are you waiting for? Let’s get started.
Are you getting an endless torrent of comments on your blog? Or is your blog like a blog commenting ghost town? Blogging From Paradise currently has 6,848 approved comments. My old blog was comment-free for many months. How did I go from comment ghost town to thriving comment party? In this article I’ll show you what it takes to get helpful blog comments from your readers in 8 steps.
Twitter’s potential as a marketing channel maybe clear, few people approach the platform with the right strategy. What works on Facebook needn’t apply to Twitter, as the dynamics of both of these platforms are diverse. Twitter is a great social platform to connect with your audience real time, initiate important conversations and turn them into loyal fans. However, creating that level of engagement on the platform requires special attention and the right twitter marketing strategies. This post can serve as a great start.
If you are planning to start a new blog, the first decision you need to make is about hosting. For a long time, I have been an advocate of using shared-hosting to start a new blog. If you are just starting and this is your first blog, shared hosting provides a cost effective way to test and see if you can actually sustain your blogging enthusiasm. But there are other choices out there to explore including VPS, dedicated servers and something new from Amazon. Let’s take a look at all of these options and decide which one is right for your new blog.
When I first started a blog, the only thing I thought about was the content.
I was going to take on the world with my prose, because I would definitely have something worth hearing and my audience would be interested. That bubble burst the first month I began and I started to understand there was a little more to blogging than I realized. There are many strategies you implement to help grow your blog too. One of these strategies are the people you meet along the way. Having a freelancer to help will definitely push up your timetable to success and get the ball rolling for you a whole lot quicker than normal.
If you are having a tough time gaining traction with your travel blog you may be falling prey to a few common mistakes.
These errors plague most travel bloggers at one time during their careers. Instead of blaming the competition or bemoaning the fact that there is no money in travel blogging own the mistakes below and change your fortunes by turning course. Note: these mistakes are common to most bloggers from any niche. Especially error #1. Just because you aren’t a travel blogger doesn’t mean you can ignore this post.