By Alan Graner
On the off-chance you’re one of the eight people left on earth who doesn’t have a blog, or if you already have a blog but its success rate is meh, here’s some much needed help to get the results you want.
There is some overlap in these articles, but that’s because the ideas really work.
A 3-Step Blueprint for a Brilliant Blog Launch
Launching a blog is exciting…until you realize after a year you have few subscribers. That’s why it’s important to start with a bang. Which means you need a launch blueprint. This blueprint consists of 3 steps: cornerstone, networking and attraction.
A Step-By-Step Blog Launch Plan and Roadmap
You want traffic. You may even want to make money blogging. A professional blogger who earns six figures a year reveals what he would do if he were to start over again. It’s a roadmap, not a detailed plan, but here are the crucial steps.
Launching a New Website: 18 Steps to Successful Metrics & Marketing
When starting a blog, it’s hard to ask the right questions if you don’t know what the right questions are. Basing your blog on a marketing and metrics platform helps you find the right questions to generate traffic and improve everything about your site.
The 7 Dumbest Mistakes You Can Make When Launching a New Blog
Anybody can start a blog. The real test is getting readers. Which can be complicated. And difficult. So difficult, in fact, that many bloggers simply give up. Others tell you WHAT to do. Here’s what NOT to do.
21 Quick Actions You Can Do Today to Set Your Blog Up for Massive Success
All the blogging advice in the world is useless until you take action. If you want a successful blog you must ruthlessly focus your efforts on what works and quit wasting time on things that don’t. Here are 21 action steps to make your blog a success.
What are the most valuable lessons you learned when starting a blog?
Alan Graner is Chief Creative Officer at Daly-Swartz Public Relations, an Orange County, CA business marketing content and distribution firm. For content that makes you stick out from the crowd, email Jeffrey Swartz at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or visit www.dsprel.com.