5 Blogging Myths New Bloggers Face

Blogging Myths That Keep Us Hostage

Blogging is not an easy task. Not everyone has interest in blogging because most people have misconceptions about it.

That is because there is this thing called common blogging myths that novice bloggers should be aware of and should be avoided. I am going to tell you about just a few.

2017 Reader Survey: How Can I Serve You?

I'm Looking For Your Feedback

Today is the most important day of the year.  The annual reader survey is here!

Reader Survey

I want to make my site more relevant to your needs and interests. To do that, I need to know more about YOU. As a result, I have created my 2017 Reader Survey.

The Only WordPress Web Hosting You Need: Siteground

Siteground Review: Best Webhost So Far?

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Siteground has been one of the leading web hosting service provider since 2004. As of today, their company has more than 400 employees, each engaged in the continuous growth and development of their system.  Note, this isn’t a sponsored Siteground post.

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As they have been in-demand, they are processing almost more than 1500 tickets, 3000 chat requests and 1000 phone calls everyday. Their top secret as they say: they just keep their customers happy and satisfied, nothing more, nothing less.

8 Sound Revenue Streams For Bloggers

Revenue streams are like foundations of a business model canvas, wherein it reveals all the earnings of businesses and methods by which how it is earned.

It also has the capacity to clarify and determine the pricing mechanism when business starts to generate income. In short, revenue streams is all about knowing how the income of a certain company is being categorized.

5 Qualities That You Need to Work at Home

This is a guest post from Paul “Scrivs” Scrivens, a blogger and entrepreneur who helps extraordinary individuals turn their blogs into businesses. You can follow Scrivs on his blog and on Twitter.

I graduated college way back in 2002. Back then you were expected to graduate college and then get a job. I tried that route a couple of times and it just didn’t work out for me.

5 QUALITIES THAT YOU NEED TO WORK AT HOME

There were lulls where I wasn’t working but I still needed to pay my bills so I spent time trying to find ways to make money on my own.

The Biggest Mistake New Bloggers Make

I don’t talk much about my first attempt at blogging. Why? Because it was a failure. A complete flop! I pretty much did everything wrong. Thankfully, what I learned from my failed blog has helped me succeed with my current blog. Don’t make these mistakes!

The Biggest Mistake New Bloggers Make

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How to Create an Ideal Client, Customer, or Reader Profile

As a business owner, you’d like to sell to as many people as you can, don’t you? Unfortunately, most business owners such as yourself have experienced headache clients in the past- joy reservers, last-minute back outs, scammers and more!

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This can severely deteriorate your brand’s image and perspective of others, which can be harmful especially if you’re aiming for a premium sort of image for your business. In order to avoid these situations at all costs, why not create an ideal client, customer, or reader (depending on the type of audience you cater to) profile?

5 Things To Do After Your Launch

The Urgent Things You Need to Do After You Go Live

After you’ve spent time, effort, and perhaps even money designing and coding your blog, time has finally come to launch it. However, it isn’t as easy as simply writing a new blog post, introducing yourself and then sitting back and waiting for the views and sponsorships to kick in.

10 things to do after your launch