I created this site to give beginners a fast, foolproof guide to starting a blog, without having to learn HTML or waste your time reading long, boring tutorials. Basically I answered a bunch of (stream of consciousness type) questions for myself about why I’m blogging, my mission, my purpose, who and what inspires me etc… This was a very good time of reflection for me and since doing that I feel so much more peace about the the blogging path I’m choosing to walk (one which does not earn advert.
If you don’t have a blog there are still a few options, but books will be harder to come by. Honestly, if you want free books then you’re better off going to the library (secret: I see ARC books in the library book store ALL THE TIME, except they’re not supposed to be sold, so…you didn’t hear that from me).
Recently, I wrote about my experience winning the Best Business Blog in Australia and shared 11 tattoo-worthy blogging tips for helping to grow your own blog (tips from 11 savvy bloggers who had mentored me in some way, and who had shaped the growth of Socially Sorted).
I have been involved with SEO for the past 6 years and have helped to optimize thousands of websites and none of theme ranked better because of heading tags but because I made them noticeably faster, with better content and better structured for simpler navigation.
This was one of the first blogs I found and could make sense of, when I was first looking into SEO for the couple of site I had designed and maintained for friends, since then I’ve launched a small web design company and offer a small-scale SEO (There’s only me and only so many hours in the day as I work around two young children and mainly work at night when they’re in bed) to my clients which generally serve just a local area.
First, my dream website would be I feel that Darren Rowse started out like I did and has turned his site into a mega-blogging empire, and we write on many of the same topics, though in different ways, even though he now has way too many guest posts for my taste.
Title: Clear Winter Nights Author: Trevin Wax Publisher: Multnomah Books; Original edition 9/17/13 Pages: 176 Language: English Summary (from the back cover): Searching for Real Faith-or No Faith at All What happens when a young Christian dealing with disillusionment and doubt spends a weekend … Click here to keep reading!
Ankit, I Just discovered your site.I want to say these are very helpful tips in the perspective of time important in blogging?.If yes ,then please tell me how to manage my blogging.I mean should I write a post everyday ?,Keeping the fact in mind that content is king.
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The first glimmer of what has become APA Style emerged in a seven-page article published by the Conference of Editors and Business Managers of Anthropological and Psychological Periodicals following a 2-day meeting in Washington, DC. This article appeared in one of psychology’s preeminent journals, APA’s own Psychological Bulletin.
While these examples and my blog share a readership base, my blog focuses on a different topic, so readers would gain additional knowledge by visiting my blog, but in a similar voice/style to which they’ve become accustomed after reading these sites mentioned above.
As the clock struck midnight, Auld Lang Syne” rang out, and 2017 was ushered in, many of us breathed a sigh of relief to have 2016 behind us. But before we could make it into the new year, conservatives let us know they have no plans to leave their oppressive policies behind.
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On a side note, it’s also interesting to note how many people have named huge, big-name blogs as their dream… but I’m curious as to how many of those big-name blogs would actually be the proper place to guest post, in consideration of the potential target market available.
I believe the time is fast coming where there are so much blog content on the webisphere that the only way to get noticed as a blogger and ensure readability is to truly think as a business in that every blog you create have a direct intention of profitability and positioning.