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Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Writing In A Topic You Know Nothing About

What Should I Write About?

You might have problems deciding what to write about, finding a niche can be very frustrated and difficult, but don’t worry you’re not the only one. Most of us have experienced this frustration and you probably have seen a variety of articles talking about it; most of them are saying that writing about something you feel comfortable with can be the best you can do. Which I believe is true and of course it will make you feel happy about yourself, but this doesn’t mean that writing in a niche you know nothing about can be very fun. The reality is that we have many people out there writing in a topic they feel comfortable with but unfortunately it is not what they enjoy doing.

Believe it or not, many great bloggers started writing about things that they wanted to know more about. Just like me, when I started this blog I didn’t know much about the subject but the point was that I wanted to learn more, and I’m still learning.
I’m not a professional blogger and I haven’t been writing for so long. As you can see I just created this blog a few days ago and I can tell you that I’m having fun writing of what I am learning.

Now, if you already have a blog and you’re not posting to it very often, what you should focus on is in what topic you want to become familiar with, rather than what you should write about.

Here a few tips that I have learned since I started blogging:

• Before you start posting make sure you have good feelings about what you are going to write about. Don’t just read somebody else’s posts and then start writing similar ones, and if you do that make sure you understand and also make sure they don’t look the same.

• Pay close attention on what you’re reading and take notes even if you don’t read them, that will help remember more.

• You should join a forum; try to find which your topic is because it would help to develop your knowledge. There are hundreds of online communities out there. Many forums have introduction section and signature area where you can advertise you blog.

• Meetup is a website where you can find people of common interests; plan offline meeting in your area.

• If you’re planning on start a blog about blogging tips and tricks, you should buy this book! It’s an excellent book that I recommend you to buy; it’s based on the author’s own experiences. Darren Rowse is the owner of Problogger where you can learn from him (the professional) about blogging techniques and how to increase traffic to your blog.

Even if you are not thinking about creating a blog about blogging, you should look around and you will find powerful tips and tricks to drive traffic to your blog.

Monday, September 20, 2010

Cool Traffic Technique - Link Roundups

"I have a powerful technique that you can use and increase your traffic. It's pretty simple and anyone can take advantage of it".

On my way back I was thinking about this blog on how can I drive more traffic to it, and found a good idea that works pretty good and wanted to share with you guys.

As all you know that blogging is getting more popular in the outside world not mentioning the online world, more and more people are getting curiousity about the word “blog” and as a result we are having more bloggers and followers everyday. Bloggers that have been blogging for many years are looking for new ways to increase traffic to their blogs. In some of my posts I’ve talked about some tips and tricks to increase traffic to your blog, now I found a simple trick that can drive you thousands of views.

As I mentioned in before that well-written content not only can give you a good look to your blog but also can help you attract more visitors and of course help you succeed in this technique.

There are many blogs and even websites that do this on a regular basis. If you’re a good writer and have published accurately content, hopefully your blog will be on their list. It’s just a super and simple technique you need to do. First, go to Google or Yahoo and type in any of the following search words:

“Weekly Link Roundup”
“Daily Link Roundup”
“Monday Link Roundup”
“Tuesday Link Roundup”
“Wednesday Link Roundup”
“Thursday Link Roundup”
“Friday Link Roundup”
“Saturday Link Roundup”
“Sunday Link Roundup”
“Link Roundup”

This will give you a list of blogs that do link roundups; many of them do this in every possible topic. This is an effective technique that I only see a FEW bloggers taking advantage of it. I recommend you to put it in use to increase your page views, it’s a very powerful technique and you shouldn’t let it go.

I promise you that if you follow these simple steps, you will succeed and your page view rankings will go up incredibly.

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

9 Tips To Increase Traffic To Your Blog

I recently read a book about blogging and realized that increasing traffic to your blog is not only about just reading a about on how to blog and increase traffic to your blog.
It requires more than patience! If you really want to increase traffic to your blog and make a good profit. The first thing you should already know is that if you don’t work hard you won’t achieve what you want.

Since I’ve been blogging I learned the most important principles that most bloggers should already know: Be patient, work hard to achieve your goals, write about what you know and what you love or about what you're interested in learn. I wanted to share some of my experiences to make blogger’s life easier. Here are some tips for you to start working hard in order to increase your blog traffic.

1. Write as often and much as you can, don’t let your laziness stop your dreams. Writing a lot not only make your blog seems more professional but useful so that will keep your readers coming back for more.

2. Read and comment in other people’s blogs. Don’t comment spam bloggers! That’s not going to be good for you to increase traffic; most people dislike spam and that explain you why you shouldn’t spam people in any possible way. I HATE SPAMMERS!

3. Submitting you blog to search engines such as Google and Yahoo will give you the chance of being picked up.

4. Use your blogroll. Adding a list of sites you like; many bloggers will likely reciprocate by including your blog on their own blogroll.

5. Submit your posts to Social Bookmarking Sites. More information about Social Bookmarking Sites here.
6. When using SEO (Search Engine Optimization) don’t forget to include images. Some people use the image search engine offered by Google, Yahoo, and others.

7. Join in forums, Webrings, and online groups that you’re interested in. Don’t forget of Social Networking such as Facebook, Myspace and some other Social Networkings. More about Social Networkings here.

8. Talk to your friends about your blog outside the blogosphere; add your blog to your E-mail’s signature; join chat rooms for bloggers.

9. Create your own logo so your blog will look more professional.


By following these steps don’t expect to generate thousands of views in just a few days. Increasing traffic to your blog doesn’t happen “before you can say Jack Robinson” It takes time and patience. Remember that patience is a virtue. So be patient!

This article might not contain something new for professionals seeking for more ideas, but a good “refresher” doesn’t sound bad. But if you’re new into the blogosphere this post might just be what the doctor ordered.