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Mobile devices have made pretty much everything easier to do on the go, especially blogging. Literally, thousands of apps are available to help you with all things blogging, from designing your site and developing code to editing photos and publishing posts (and everything in between). Here at Blog Herald, we love a great app.
Starting a Blog? 5 Topics People Care About in 2017 March 10, 2017 by Blog Herald Leave a Comment If the goal of your blog is to strike a chord with as many people as possible, you’re probably spending a lot of time researching which topics and subject matters are best. Well, if you’re launching a blog in the near future, there are a few topics that are all-but guaranteed to produce results.
How to Build an Online Store on WordPress Using WooCommerce March 16, 2017 by Christopher Jan Benitez Leave a Comment The WooCommerce plugin offered by WordPress is the most popular platform to create eCommerce websites today. If you are thinking about building your site this way, here is a brief guide to follow: Install WordPress The very first step in creating your site i ...
As you are starting off in the blogging world, there are a lot of things that need to happen to ensure that your blog is viewed as an authoritative and interesting site to visit by your viewers. Similarly, bloggers in 2018 must be aware that search engines and SEO are very much an issue that blogs catering to any vertical must acknowledge. At the end of the day, every blogger is their own brand.
Of the estimated 500 million blogs online, only a handful are generating six- to seven-figure incomes per month. These are the likes of Arianna Huffington, Mike Arrington and Pete Cashmore, in the million-dollar marks, and Pat Flynn of SmartPassiveIncome.com, and Michelle of makingsenseofcents.com, earning over $100,000 a month, to name some.
Even if you’re not in parts of the world where bloggers have been killed because of their posts, you can still get people who hate you for your blog. It’s an occupational hazard you must anticipate and be prepared for, even if you write about seemingly innocuous topics. With the millions of blogs on the internet, you’d think attracting a hater is a remote possibility.
About 2 years ago, we shared a post predicting the popularity of streaming content in 2017. This article also discusses the benefits of using YouTube. It’s 2018, and YouTube is overflowing with millions of viewers and creators. Many creators are using video blogs or vlogs as they’re commonly known as, as a popular medium of sharing content.
Knowing how to make money from blogging can turn a hobby into something much more lucrative. Some of the largest, most popular blogs on the Internet make six figures or more every month. While most blogs make significantly less, there’s really no limit to how far you can climb if you have marketing savvy, great content, and know how to monetize with a few different revenue streams.
Blogging is all about producing top-notch write-ups. This is very important especially if you’re a freelance blogger because you need to have a steady stream of clients. But it’s not just about perfecting your writing skills. You might be a great writer but still struggling to make a decent income. If that’s the case, then you might be missing your client process.
Websites including blogs continue to grow online. In 2017 alone, the number of websites that went live was almost 2.5 million with each having 3.7 users. This is concrete proof that blogs are now being recognized as a valuable resource by small companies and private individuals. It’s a fact, though, that many people who are just starting a blog prefer to use the free blogging ...
Let’s face it: Apple has a lot of great ways to backup your photos and when you’re a travel blogger, that’s absolutely essential. Sometimes, though, life takes you off the beaten path and using their cloud storage isn’t as reliable enough. Your photos are the lifeblood of your travel blog — they give readers the detail that helps your words come to life.
When considering the growth of your blog, it is easy to simply consider where you want it go. However, simply concentrating on your own aspirations for your blog can be very limiting in the long term. The future success of your site depends on the decisions you make in the present day, so why make a decision without basing it on all available data? Perhaps one of the most impo ...
Blogger outreach is undoubtedly time-consuming. Not only do you need a laid out plan, but you also must follow the right technique. Because of this, most people fail to use this strategy correctly. However, you can avoid failure by using the best blogger outreach tools. We’ve compiled the best ones to help drive more traffic and revenue to your blog. 1.
As an entrepreneur, you became your own boss to pursue a dream. You started your journey with passion, and if you want to be wildly successful, you’ve got to keep that flame lit. When you think back on your life, you’ll find that passion has always been behind every success you’ve achieved – even as a young kid.
Bloggers are growing in number these days and they are in varied niches. Some engage in blogging for personal reasons such as to push a personal advocacy or simply to share their journey with the rest of the world. The others blog for professional reasons and those who have established a good reputation online are either working with or for brands or blogging independently.
In blogging, keyword research is crucial in determining which search phrases to optimize for your site. Finding low-hanging fruit keywords or those that are within reach is part of that research and an efficient way to gain better reach and higher traffic. Low-hanging keywords are terms that are already ranking well.
Let’s start with this: inviting experts to create articles that you’ll post on your business blog is a smart idea. After all, your goal is to provide your customer community with topical, relevant, and original content, and this certainly fits in this strategy. Well, sometimes. That’s because if you take a quick tour of the business blogosphere, you’ll quickly discover that al ...
“10 Useful Tips to Do Something” is probably the most ubiquitous article template on the Internet. It can be used to write about virtually anything, it doesn’t require a lot of preparatory work and research, it isn’t very demanding with regards to structure, so it is the first choice of anybody who has problems thinking about something to post.
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