How To Start A Simple Blog In 3 Easy Steps

I know just how you feel. This has happened to me more times than I care to remember. It usually goes like this: I write a blog post, I love it and I start promoting the heck out of it.

Only you can decide what’s best for you. I will say that writing on a schedule forces you to become a better writer. When I first started blogging I wrote how to write blog posts randomly. Because I didn’t consider myself a writer (sound familiar?) even the random posts were hard to write. I would have rather gone to the dentist!

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.

Lists are ever popular – how many “Essential WordPress Plugins” posts have you ever seen? Be a little more imaginative, but no reason why you shouldn’t have a top ten type of list every week.

Please your readers by doing a series of images for a few days: twelve incredible cute animal photos or whatever you want to liven up your site! If you or a colleague are a dab with Photoshop you can turn any of your holiday snaps into something surreal. Be sure to digg and stumble these because those bookmarking sites love images! You may find you get some real traffic boost from this.

Do you have questions about your blogging topic? Your questions can start with: Who, What, How, When, Where and Why – just make a note of the questions. In your Blog Ideas file, these are triggers to get you thinking.

Show your readers who you are when writing your blog posts. What you can do for them… and what type of information can they expects from your posts? Don’t try to be someone you’re not. Letting people in is a great way to gain their trust. You’ll be surprised at how many people will visit your blog if you open up a little.

As you can clearly see, there is absolutely no reason why you shouldn’t add blogs to your poker affiliate marketing business. Give your business a boost today by tapping into the power that blogging has as an Internet marketing tool.