We can automate many, many things in our lives. We have automatic dishwashers to wash our dishes – but somebody has to load it. We have automatic car washes to wash our cars, but we still have to drive the car into the car wash. We can make automated payments, but we still have to make sure that we make the money to pay those bills. The point is that when you think about it, in many cases, automated isn’t really so automated. The same is true when it comes to automating your blog.
But don’t let those block you. Let tape blogging be an alternative for you, while it is best to still keep the passage and movies represent in your representation to accommodate all feasible audience of your situate.
Update your blog (and articles) regularly. The more frequently you update your blogs, the more visitors you can get to keep on coming back. Nobody likes a blog that is updated only once or twice a month. As usual, internet readers are always looking for something new and relevant.
Writing guest articles will increase your reputation online. You might create a product in the future and the blogs you have been featured on will be a great platform for you to publicize your product launch.
So I remain with my hand raised on “hating Like and follow my profile“. And I fully admit I continue to blog. The lesson that I have learned is that no web technology should be ignored when it becomes mainstay. If you are serious about adding credibility to your business then setting up a blog should also be part of the plan.
You’ll find all sorts of arguments from so-called “experts” who can explain in great detail why WordPress is better than Blogger, or why TypePad is superior to Joomla. You can even find plausible arguments for saying why you should ignore all kinds of blogging services and have bespoke software developed specifically for your needs.
Reach out to people. Through blogging, you make a connection with millions of users out there. Before the introduction of these social networks, blogging was considered the game! People used to connect and socialize through blogs. Although the trend has seen a downfall lately, but it still stands to be a more trustworthy and appropriate ay of reaching out to several of people out there. If you blog has a good design, a professional look, high graphics pictures and good quality content, users will definitely gather around you. Hence blogging becomes important.
The quickest and easiest way to set up a blog (and it is free!), is to go to http://www.blogger.com and follow the directions. They say it takes five minutes. I admit that it took me a bit longer and I am still playing with it, but it is easy! Be sure to check out the many templates and also have an idea (or several) for the name of your new blog. Most of the common ones are already taken.