13 Steps to Successful Blogging

Blogs can be an extremely productive and highly marketable tool when used properly. Making money through blogs is merely a matter of grabbing the attention of your audience and not doing any salesperson selling. In this article you will discover the 13 most vital ways to make blogging successful.

1.) What should I do?

It is recommended to start your blog with a free blog hosting service , such as Journal Home or Blogger. Starting with a free blog hosting service will allow you to start blogging right away without any prior knowledge of scripts, hosting or programming. It lets you focus on your content and not the internal maintenance of the blog. The most beneficial aspect of starting with a no-cost service is that, if your blog doesn’t become successful you don’t lose any money or are you left holding the bill.

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The advantage of blogs is that they’re structured in chronological order. the latest post will appear first. If your blog’s traffic increases dramatically and you’re ready to upgrade to a new domain, you could write your final blog entry to announce the “move”. Simply make a final entry with the words “moved” and type the new URL address of your blog. It will redirect people to your new site, keeping your following, without a major issue for anyone. Change your blog as you want to…but only when you need to!

2) Niche

A niche is an area of focus for a product, service, or topic. It is important to first choose one of the services, products, or subject matter that is interesting to you. Select a topic that you are able to write about on an everyday basis. You can use keyword research services like Google Zeitgeist or Yahoo! Buzz Index to find popular searched topics. It is not important if your subject is well-known as long as there’s an target audience for your topic. If the subject is specifically targeted the blog will be successful. Everything can be classified as a niche as long as there is a targeted audience regardless of how big or the size of the audience. A blog on your cat could be considered a niche, or a blog about the cat’s species family can also be a niche market if there are people interested in learning more about your cat or the species of the cat family…you may even opt to create your own audience for niche markets in which an audience does not exist However, first you need to build your blog.

3.) Update Daily (nothing less)

This step should be taken seriously and not a suggestion. The daily update of your blog not only makes your blog more interesting to readers, but it will also provide your blog with fresh information from daily basis, making it more appealing for search engine spiders. Inability to update your blog regularly on an occasional holiday or even a single day here and there can be a bit frustrating to many, but ignoring days at a time or weeks is not acceptable and can make your blog unsuccessful. To maintain your blog’s traffic and to keep the interest of your visitors it is imperative to regularly update your blog with multiple posts. You should try to maintain your blog daily with at minimum 3 or more daily entries. The best method to accomplish this is to allocate 1-2 hours a day for taking care of your blog and adding entries. It may even be wise to set a period of time to your blog every day. Give yourself work hours to treat your blog like an occupation, but what is the outcome if you do not show up to work for a few days or weeks…you lose money , or even worse, you are fired! Same applies here…if you do not keep your blog up to date for weeks or days, you’ll lose your visitors.

4) Traffic

It’s no secret. You must have traffic in order to reap the benefits of blogs. There are a variety of ways to get traffic. Paid advertising, free advertising and viral marketing, search engine marketing, feeds that are RSS/XML and word-of-mouth. You must always include your blog URL address within the body of your email, forum discussions, message boards or other forms of communication. It is recommended to submit your blog’s URL to search engines as well as blog directories. You should send your RSS/XML URL feeds to blog ping services like Technorati, Ping-O-Matic, and Blogdigger. You must be confident in sharing this blog post with families members, friends, co-workers, associates and business professionals when it is related to. Many blogs are regarded as a collection of content, for this purpose you must submit your blog posts (those that are valuable as well as lengthy) with content syndicators like GoArticles.com or ArticleCity.com. Once your content is submitted, your posts will be viewed and published by other sites. The important thing to do is make sure it is included with your Blog URL inside your “About the Author” passage. This creates backlinks and link popularity to your blog. If you get your article picked up from the syndication then publish your article on their site The “About the Author” passage is included with each publication. Additionally, the link that you include is crawled, followed, and indexed by search engines. Imagine if your piece is well-known or controversial enough to result in 10,000 publications across the web. Search engines are sure to find your site in no time with that numerous publications, and will also consider you as an authority on the subject, in return increasing your rank on search engines. The effort involved in writing a well written article is rewarding. You should create at least one long article per week for syndicating and then submit your work to at most 10 article syndicators.

5) Track Your Blog

How do you determine whether your blog is getting traffic? Just because no one is commenting doesn’t mean that your blog isn’t expanding. There are many visitors who don’t leave comments , but they are returning visitors. This may sound insane, but with blogs people are more curious about their opinions than what “you” have to say! Many visitors do not comment at first, but only 2nd or third time. Others do not leave comments in any way, yet they are active daily visitors.

The process of tracking your blog’s visitors does not need to be complicated typically a basic free page counter like StatCounter.com as well as Active Meter will do the trick. Installation (copy/paste) it in the html code of your blog’s template, and begin tracking your visitors. It is better to utilize a service which gives you advanced analysis of traffic, like keyword tracking data as well as referral information and the information from search engines. Visitor, return visitors and unique visitors should be standard in any page counter service you pick.

6) Listen to Your Audience

With the proper page counter, you can begin to see how others are finding your blog . Also, If they are using search engines, what keywords are being used to locate your blog. If constantly your blog is being found by 1 or more key words, then you need to focus your blog around those terms to help make your blog more effective. When you write entry titles and entries, you should use the keywords as frequently as you can while making sure that the blog is legible and informative.

7.) Multiple blogs

Create multiple accounts for your blog to draw more attention. This means that you should have a blog that is on JournalHome.com, Blogger.com, LiveJournal.com, Blog-City.com, tBlogs.com, etc. The more blogs you have, the better. Copy/paste content from one blog to every other. Having different blog accounts is equivalent to having a magazine in multiple newspapers. This enables you to attract more visitors and this also increases the chance that 1 of your blogs will show up displayed in search results with your targeted keywords.

8) Short & Concise

In addition to the long article a week for syndication and publication, your blog posts should be short & concise (if you are able to). Sometimes , there are exceptions to the general rule, and you may have the option of writing lengthy entries, but make sure to stay clear of this as much as you can. You don’t want your blog posts to turn into long hours of reading. Users want to be able to find information and browse through your entries. It is essential to be detailed and provide helpful information, however, do not include useless information or runaway sentences that drift away from your subject.

 

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