Become a Blogger

Posted by Admin On Saturday, May 12, 2012 0 comments
become a blogger
Anyone who can type can become a blogger, but your blog's success depends on many factors. Your writing skill, the usefulness of your blog content and the frequency of your posting all determine how many people will discover and follow your blog. The more followers you have, the more successful your blog is considered. This can lead to money-making opportunities if you choose to include advertising or sponsorships on your blog. All you need to get started are a computer and a reliable Internet connection.
       Folow these steps :
  1. Choose a blogging tool and platform to host your blog. Blogger and WordPress are both free blogging tools with user-friendly interfaces. LiveJournal also offers free and paid blog tools with the ability to join blog communities, but you have less control over advertising unless you sign up for LiveJournal's paid service. Several other blogging platforms exist, so try a few and see which one you find easiest to use.
  2. Create a name for your blog. The name should relate to your blog's content and be easy for users to type in so they can find your blog. For example, if you want to blog about Caribbean travel, your blog title should have something to do with the Caribbean, tropical travel or something else users will associate with the topic. Come up with a few alternative names in case the one you want is already taken.
  3. Determine whether you want to own your own domain name. Most popular blogging tools let you have a free blog on their domain, such as "" If you want to remove the host's name and just have "," you will need to pay a fee for that domain name.
  4. Visit the home page for the blogging platform you have chosen and follow the onscreen instructions to create your blog. This setup process will determine if the name you want is free, and you can also set up your own domain at this point if you have chosen to do so.
  5. Choose a look for your blog from the templates provided by the service. You can always alter your look later, but that can affect your blog tools so make your selection carefully.
  6. Explore the blog settings offered by your blogging platform. For example, you may want to add a list of followers to the blog's sidebar or a list of past entries sorted by date or topic. Each platform is different, but most have detailed help files to get your blog up and running quickly.
  7. Write about your chosen topic. Keep your first post fairly short, about three to five paragraphs. Read over it carefully and use your blogging platform's spell check tools to clean up your text. If you are not a practiced writer, create your blog entries in a regular word processor and have a friend or family member read them to ensure they communicate what you are trying to say as well as check for grammar and mechanical issues. A well-edited blog lends credibility to your content.
  8. Set a posting schedule for yourself and stick to it. Publishing new content three times per week is a good starting point, as it keeps your content fresh but runs less risk of wearing you out than daily posting. Your readers will come to expect new posts on this schedule, so don't vary it unless you must.
  9. Post new content on your schedule. Most blogs allow users to comment, so unless you have the comment feature turned off, read these comments to find out what your readers like and dislike so you can provide more user-friendly content.

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