I have just finished posting a few articles on my marketing posts on Blogger and I’m thinking, if I were to point to one factor that would make a blog more or less likely to succeed at providing an income for you, it would be this–whether or not you publish daily for the first 4 to 6 months.
To start, I would get a free webpage from blogger.com, (Google’s own free hosting sites). At the beginning of your blogging business, you need quick success and traffic to encourage you to keep going on. What’s more motivating than creating a product, is seeing traffic to your site.
So I’m sharing with you how I developed a publishing routine with some tips and techniques to make it as simple as possible for you, to publish one post on your site every day for 5 or 6 days per week. I am in no way implying that it’s the only way or even the best way, I’m just sharing what has been working for me over several years.
Choose a specific topic, (sub-niche) Don’t use the main keywords like vanilla cake baking, too much competition already exists for that topic. Google different sub-keywords choose only those under 1,500,000 searches, like, “Eggless vanilla cake in a pressure cooker.” (1,480,000) searches.
Google makes it so easy to signup for Adsense on blogger.com, which pays you automatically every time someone clicks on a Google add on your site. Logically speaking, if your keyword is being searched for by so few people, say, under 1million the chances are greater of you being found by someone specifically looking for what you are discussing. maybe the people looking for a pot-made cake, don’t have an oven or it broke.
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