If you read other blogs, then you already have access to some potential traffic. All you have to do is update your profile to include your blog address and comment on those other blogs. If one of your comments piques enough curiosity, people will want to know who you are. When you leave a response on a forum or someone else’s blog, you often can submit a website … [Read more...] about Blog Idea #77 Revisited: Comment on Other Blogs
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Google gives special treatment to websites with domain names that match search terms. If someone searches for “pet food,” Google is more likely to show results where the words “pet” and “food” are in the web address. You can use this information to your advantage. Make a list of all the keywords associated with your topic. Check the availability of different combinations of … [Read more...] about Blog Idea #17 Revisited: Find a Keyword Domain Name
The following is an excerpt from Blog Ideas: 131 Ideas to Kill Writer's Block, Supercharge Your Blog and Stand Out While there is no replacement for a good human editor, automated editing services can catch many of the grammatical errors in your articles. All you have to do is paste your writing into the editor, and it will analyze it for common grammatical mistakes. Some of … [Read more...] about Blog Idea #52: Try a Robot Editor
An excerpt from Blog Ideas: 131 Ideas to Kill Writer's Block, Supercharge Your Blog and Stand Out The Pomodoro Technique (www.pomodorotechnique.com) is a time-management technique developed by Francesco Cirillo in the late 1980s. The idea is that you work for 25 minutes of focused work, followed by a five-minute rest. Each 25-minute sprint of work is called a Pomodoro. After … [Read more...] about Idea #44: Use the Pomodoro Technique
The easiest way you can make money on your blog is to put advertisements on it. Google Adsense is the most popular way to monetize a blog. There are other ad networks but start with Adsense if you're new to the game. Once logged into Adsense, if you create new ads (under My Ads), you can copy the code and paste it anywhere on your site. Easy. However, in practice, you … [Read more...] about Blog Idea #29 Revisited: Take Control of Your Advertisements