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Unscientific observation: most bloggers use Twitter, but many Twitter users do not blog. Twitter is popular because it is easy. It is easy to setup, easy to copy-paste links into, and easy to write 140 character bits.
Note : This is a guest article by Jude Ellery . More details about him after the post. A pig’s orgasm lasts for 30 minutes. I thought that might get your attention – and that, after all, is what an awesome blog post is all about. The internet is awash with bloggers, all crying out for attention like little piglets at feeding time (or indeed, mating time…) Unfortunately, while your little swine is still glowing all over, it’s more than likely your potential reader will be long gone.
Difficile de savoir pour un nouveau blogueur à quelle fréquence il faut écrire ! Il n'existe pas de recette miracle. Au mieux, nous avons quelques pistes et quelques références à quoi nous accrocher pour avoir une réponse plus ou moins réaliste. 3 billets par semaine: insuffisant ?
in Share 50 Most blogs are dead . By that I mean they get little traffic, no comments and no subscribers. It’s unfortunate, but it’s true. But there are reasons for this and that’s what I’m gonna try to explain in this post. You see, my blog is no different than yours.
Blogs are everywhere and it looks like everybody has a blog. However, this isn’t so – there are still millions of individuals and companies that don’t have a blog (though they should). If you are one of them and you are wondering whether to start blogging or not, here are some solid reasons to make you decide that starting a blog is a great idea. 1. Blogging Gives You Exposure One of the main purposes of a personal or corporate blog is to gain exposure.
As a blogger what do you have in common with Seth Godin, Brian Clark, and Chris Brogan? Before you tell me, “You’ve got to be kidding me, I have nothing in common with these blogging superstars.” Look in the mirror and repeat after me, “Yes I do!” You all started blogging at the same place. What distinguishes one blog from another is what you do with your blog and how you build yours to achieve your goals.
What makes a blog successful? What mistakes should you avoid on your blog ? How do you tweak your blog to ensure better results?
Some say blogging is an art. Others claim it’s a science with a well-defined formula for success. I believe it’s a matter of individual perception.
Note: A guest article by Nischala . More details about her after the post. “What is a blog really like?” was the question asked. And the answer which satisfied the audience was “A blog is really like a Movie…” I was addressing a group of non-bloggers and I found it hard to explain what blogging really is.
Blogging , Social Media My goal is always to attract new visitors to my blog while also keeping my current readers happy. I gauge responses and readership of my blog and try to create new content that is topical, timely and useful to what my readers may like to read. From time to time, I chose to stick with having fun and being creative. Sometimes this works and sometimes it doesn’t. I actually have the most fun putting together photo blogs of pictures I’ve taken.
There’s nothing worse than a vacant blog. You put your blood sweat and tears into your content, follow every quality guideline you can find, and yet the traffic seems to trickle in and bounce away. Clicking the “publish” button shouldn’t feel like you’re just clicking “preview”. Here’s how you can be sure to get some easy links and traffic to every new post you write.
The key to happiness (part 1) is just phenomenal. As I indicated earlier, there are some awesome /lovely, some big responses to the question reserved for this part, adding the new ones as well. Now, continuing from where we left off… Lori McNee | @ lorimcneeartist | blog Life is full of challenges that can upset our happiness.
The Social Freelancer: Media, Music, TV & Film » Blog Archive » Should You Blog? Don’t be Fooled, it’s a JOBIt’s not “Julie and Julia” Did you see that film ?
Back in September, I celebrated my one-year mark as a blogger.