I became a blogging maniac as the result of taking a 12-week webinar with Bea Fields, who offers a fabulous program for fairly new bloggers (not rank beginners). Her new course begins on January 11th and each session is recorded so you can listen/view on your own timing.
A few months ago I started a blogging alliance for like minded bloggers. Our blogging alliance is a mastermind group where we help and promote each other’s blogs. Instead of talking about my personal experiences with our blogging alliance, I interviewed Michelle Salater, Owner of Sūmèr, LLC. Sūmèr, LLC, specializes in web copywriting, SEO copywriting, and the promotion and marketing of websites after they launch.
As a blogger you’re into engaging with your audience, right? You enjoy getting comments because it means you’ve inspired someone to interact. You reply back to establish an even more meaningful relationship. Being social, at a distance Social networks enable still deeper connections. Here’s where you can reach any number of people who share similar…
There a three reasons to blog and three ways not to. See which may be worth exploring and which are just blind mice leading you down a dead-end ally.
Cloud computing is hot these days, and for most of us The Cloud means Google. We use Gmail to send and receive messages, GDocs to create or exchange documents, and Google Reader to track our favorite Web sites. Those on the Web check their traffic with Google Analytics and monetize their sites with Google’s AdSense. Some of us even use Google’s Blogger to create and host our sites.
Blogs need continuity and, similar to newspapers, need to be delivered or posted daily or weekly as promised. If not, readership will decline.