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This section of Mandy's Pages is headed by team writer Cody Hodge. He brings you the new and happening posts from the world of blogging with a tip or two each week on what's hot and what's not in the blogosphere.
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Are you one of these serious newbie bloggers who debate about the kind of blog they want? This should end your debate. The major deciding factors are a personal blog versus content mills, instant audience versus quality and unique identity versus a stereotype blog. Which will it be? Read on to find the advantages and disadvantages of each.
If you have a blog, it only stands to reason that you will monitor the number of pageviews it generates as a way of grading its progress. How then, do you increase the number of pagviews or attract more visitors to your blog? Read on to find out the basic, yet most effective methods.
It used to be that you had to target keywords and hope to get traffic through search engines. Is it easier to skip the SEO analysis and just buy traffic to your site?
If you are going to be a consistent blogger, you need a content management system (CMS) that will help you keep all of your posts in one spot where you can easily access them. Let us take a look at the various CMS options that you have and how you can decide which one is best for you.
Are you looking to grow your business or just looking for new opportunities to get paid to write? Here is a quick overview of what to expect.
Should you buy a custom domain or use a free sub domain given to you by most website creation sites such as Weebly or Wix? Let’s look at the pros and cons behind making your decision.
What once started as a humble attempt to share information with others online could turn into a cash cow for bloggers who are able to create quality content and gain a large following. What are some options available to you if you want to sell your blog to the highest bidder?
The Internet gives your readers more power to express their opinions and share your work with others. Why is it important to embrace reader comments and encourage them to say what is on their mind while still maintaining a respectful discourse?
Why do you blog? There may be many reasons, but the main ones are to create content you want the world to know about and to make money in the process. For very many, making money is THE PRIMARY REASON. Let us talk about some ways that you can make money from your writing which could help pay your bills.
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