What Makes A Fantastic Blog Post?

There is not any reason your upcoming startup should not have its online branding completed BEFORE and startup money is even gone after. When you’re pitching your business plan you want to have your internet presence done. This shows how serious you are and also frames your vision not just in words but in a stadium that people can visualize. We all know that the first place people start their research on a company or product is to go online and Google. You need to expect this and be ready.

Additionally, be sure that you are not using a harsh tone in responding to your audience. Don’t let your audience go away. Be humble and calm. Even if you apologize for a mistake that you actually have not made, nevertheless people will love you more.

Think about a relevant keyword for your blog. A word or phrase that best describes the content of your online blog should be used in the name, and replicated throughout the blog, including, importantly, in the first paragraph. Keep in mind however, that if the word is repeated too often, the blog will appear over optimised. There are no strict rules about how many times your keyword should appear on your site, although as a guideline, if you repeat the key words every 100 words which would give you a’keyword density’ of 1 percent. Generally, a keyword density of between 1-5% is acceptable. Anything more than 7% would seem to be overly keyword rich and over optimised.

At the end of the day, blogs are personal to you and your organization, so, whilst we would suggest blogs of a certain length, it is of course entirely up to you. What’s important and we cannot stress this enough, is that blogs are written regularly. This really is the key to blogging success.

EzineArticles is a free site that allows you to”release” original works on the internet. We kind of ham and egg this with our see my bio. It is truly just another way to get your word out for free. All it takes is some time to compose.

By asking other bloggers to give you feedback, you set them in the use of expert and create in them a sense of ownership on your site (which means they’ll be more likely to give you a hand when you need it). Not surprisingly, this technique generally does provide some valuable feedback from people who have expertise, if not expertise, in running a site. However, in addition, by placing your peers in the position of specialist, you dramatically increase the chance that they will follow your launch and drop you a link as soon as you get off the ground.

Earn extra on paid guest post. Paid guest postings can be tricky especially if you have some concerns regarding SEO because your blog may incur backlinks. But paid guest posts can be rewarding for bloggers who don’t make a lot from their traffic. Some offers may reach $100 and more and this can be a massive support to your blog expenditures.

To summarize, I want to re-emphasize the point that creating a brand for your blog isn’t a one-hit affair; it’s an ongoing process that may span years. Also, branding requires consistency and concentration. Take it one step at a time and I will see you at the top.