There are lots of good ways to identify popular blogging concepts. The infographic offers some key information that might be of use. We’re also going to offer some advice within this short post. You’ll never become a professional blogger if you don’t write about the right subjects. Hopefully, the information on this page will point you in the right direction.
Reviews are always popular blogging concepts. Maybe you use a certain type of product and manufacturers have released something new? Perhaps you run a music site, and you want to promote original bands? Either way, publishing reviews will help your blog to get noticed.
Breaking news usually works well if you can publish a post quickly. You just have to remember that lots of other people are doing the same thing. If you can publish a post and share it on Facebook before other bloggers, it could drive a lot of traffic to your website.
Interviewing a famous person for your blog is a fantastic move. Publishing a video alongside your article is even better. People will visit your blog because they are familiar with the celebrity. So, you can use their fame to promote your interests.
All bloggers should use those concepts on a weekly basis. You should fit those articles in alongside the other topics on your website. At the end of the day, you need a lot of traffic if you want to make a living from advertising. So, you should aim to write articles people want to read.
If you’re completely new to blogging, you might like to grab yourself a copy of Blogging: The Essential Guide by Antonia Chitty and Erica Douglas. I’ll tell you more here:
Strangely, only the Kindle version seems to be available on Amazon for a sensible price at the moment! If you prefer a paperback, do take a look as there may be more in stock when you get there. Here’s the link again Blogging: The Essential Guide
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If you have started a business blog filled with great intentions, yet a few weeks or months down the line are depressed and uninspired about blogging, you’re not alone. Although blogging can seem simple, there are also common errors that, once you know about them, are easy to avoid. Read on too get some trouble shooting advice from Erica Douglas and Antonia Chitty of ACEInspire: Continue reading “Why do I feel like I’m blogging by myself?”
Two years ago I decided I wanted to earn a living online. It was the only type of business flexible enough to fit around my chaotic family!
Back in 2009 I didn’t really know how to earn good money on the internet, so starting a blog was my way of diving into this world, getting to know people and learning as I went along. Back then my blog was hosted by WordPress and I moved over to businessplusbaby.com in July 2009.
I’ve learned so much in the last two years (copywriting, search engine optimisation, getting published, social media, internet marketing…), I’ve written a book, I’ve got to know some amazing people, I’m a regular writer at My Family magazine and next week I launch my first e-course, Earn What You Deserve as Mumpreneur. Oh and I had a baby! It’s been quite a journey.
This is the first in my series of posts about making money online.
Have you got a blog, either personal of for your business? Starting to make money from your blog can be a struggle; most of the ways of earning aren’t really an option unless you’ve got a lot of readers. And that readership takes time to build up.
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