There is an endless amount of talented bloggers out there. People who will, quite frequently, write on their blogs for no income when the same content could be making them a living on a major site. You know the type – the ones who stun you with the generosity of their writing without a paycheck. However, a lot of these people, and you might be one of them if you’re reading this, aren’t getting the attention they deserve, even if they’re monetising their writing.
The title of your blog posts has the potentiality to make or break them. This is because the title of your
blog is the first one that flashes on search engines and social networks. A good blog post with a bad title will make your blog fail. Below given are some of the tips to write effective blog post titles:
I was over at the Word Tracker blog and I came across an interesting blog post called What a 9 Year Old Can Teach You About Business. It introduced me to a story of a 9 year old girl who created her own blog and began uploading pictures of her lunch on a daily basis.
The blogs are actually online diaries where people get a chance to vent out their feelings and emotions. The idea of blogging has come a long way since its earlier days of online journals. The blogs can be a fantastic strategy for carrying out your business promotion and public relation work apart from being a source to make good money.
Thousands of people join the blogosphere every day. Anyone with the ability to write and a desire to share their opinions with the world can start a blog and, although it can be difficult work, blogging can become a career. The most successful and popular bloggers are well-informed, update regularly, and sound convincing, no matter their opinion. They are able to capture and hold the interest of their Internet audience in a fresh, concise and often entertaining way. All of these characteristics boil down to knowing how to write. College courses can help bloggers hone their writing skills and are ultimately an advantage in the world of blogging.
Nobody likes to listen to the harsh realities of anything that they do. When it comes to blogging especially, this is the case because more than half the world is blogging today. However, facts have to be faced, however bitter they may be.
Whenever I hear someone say ‘print is dead’ it makes me cringe a little. I’ve been writing my blog for almost five years, so I would like to think that I have had some practice at writing. But when I look at an article, in a newspaper, written by a professional journalist, I come to realize that my writing skills aren’t nearly as good as theirs.
I wanted to wish all my readers a Happy New Year. i hope that 2012 is a great year for you. As the online world continues to evolve, I’ll continue to observe and discuss. I hope you join me. Zaid
I’m currently enrolled in Hubspot’s Inbound Marketing course and one of my first assignments is to write a post about some basic strategies you can incorporate into your blogging strategy. So here are three that I’ve learned from the first lesson: 1) Create a poll: in addition to allowing your readers to leave comments on [...]
I just finished a great book called Evil Plans by author Hugh MacLeod that I recommend reading if you’re interested in creating your own brand and starting on your own journey. In the book, Hugh talks about the concept of cheap, accessible, global media that is available to us. He’s referring to the internet and tools like blogging that allow regular folk to begin publishing content. In the same book, Hugh also talks about Global Microbrands and the concept of reaching out to audiences across the world.