The tight spot for people who are planning to start a blog is having the actual knowledge of blogging. Their limitation on the “ins and outs” of blogging keeps them from jumping to the full potential benefits of having a blog site.
For this reason, I have come up with a hundred of practical blogging guidelines to help newbie bloggers learn in the most practical way.
It is a fact that. In order for a blog to be successful and profitable, it has to provide value to its anticipated audience. Its unique value proposition should be powerful enough to attract loyal consumers of the content.
It does not matter what niche the blog is in, what’s important is, it should be functional, helpful and serves its purpose.
Otherwise, potential customers and possible devoted content consumers will slip straight to the blog’s back door and never to return.
Before I go into the meat of this blog post, I would like to take this opportunity to thank all my readers and supporters who encouraged me to pursue a startup business of my own. Your comments via Facebook and personal advises really mean so much to me.
In this blog post, I would like to share with you an inquiry email I received from one of my readers.
This is the second episode of Building my Startup Company Series where I document and share my process of building an online business. This is it! The day has finally come.
I can’t wait to get my hands dirty on the job. My very first actually task is to rebuild the existing pampangadirectory.net website. For your information, the site already exists but I decided to rebuild it because I felt like it needed to be modernized.
On my previous post, I announced my plan of building my first startup company. It was a personal challenge I needed to execute in order for me to asses if my efforts in studying Internet Marketing is really effective and worth the investment in terms of time, money and energy.