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“One Slide At A Time To Create A Successful Blog” Blogging Course


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is a free preview of the “One Slide At A Time To Create A Successful Blog” course  This is some of the information that you will learn if you join the course  Please note that the following slides have been modified (information removed) compared to the actual course content  For more information, visit http://www.createasuccessfulblog.com/cou rse/


Introduction into this course


 What is a Blog  Planning your Blog  Setting up your Blog  Writing content for your Blog  Write content to go viral  Generating traffic to your Blog  How to get visitors to return  SEO techniques  Advertising, marketing, and promotion  Monetisation strategies  Blogging tactics  Summary


 Know

the basics of Blogging  How to build traffic to your blog  Get your visitors to keep coming back  How to promote and advertise your blog properly  Optimise your blog for search engines


The history and why you should have a blog


 To

express your views, thoughts, or feelings  To promote your name, business, product, or service  To convey information to people

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Topics, Aim, Goals, Objectives, Audience, Strategy, Title, Slogan


PRO’S  

You can be more targeted Easier to get new readers/subscribers and to retain them

CON’S 

You have a limited audience and traffic • Therefore, you can only

grow so much 

The niche may become obsolete

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 .com, .org, .net, .info, .me?

– Which on

should you choose?  Register your domain somewhere that you trust. • I recommend NameCheap.com

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Blog platform, installation and setup


 Server Type:  Disk

space  Bandwidth  I recommend HostGator to purchase shared hosting for a new Blog

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How you should write and craft your articles


 Create

conflict

• 10 Reasons Why You Should Delete Your

Facebook Account Today

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ď‚ž Make

readers feel welcomed

• I.e., what makes you regularly visit a site, and

why did you subscribe?

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ď‚ž Sell/Advertise

your product ď‚ž Provide help and support

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ď‚ž To

make money by tweeting sponsored tweets

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ď‚ž First ď‚žA

find:

great site to find guest posts is:

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ď‚ž Read

their guest posting guidelines and follow them ď‚ž Review other guest posts published and see the trend

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WHAT TO DO? 

Be an active contributor

WHAT NOT TO DO  

Do not spam Do not post the same message over and over

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ď‚ž This

helps the user out, you are producing content for your site, and encouraging people to visit your Blog.

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ď‚ž To

get people to subscribe to your Blog ď‚ž Do this by:

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How, What, and Why


ď‚ž Be

interesting, and unique in how you express things ď‚ž Involve yourself with your readers

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ď‚ž Spam

your readers with products, sales pitch, and worthless content

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ď‚ž Make

it dead simple to subscribe

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Search Engine Optimisation


 Include

your keywords in key area’s

• The Title

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ď‚žA

tool that links keywords to each other ď‚ž To use:

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ď‚ž Can

promote your own or others products ď‚ž Gain critical feedback from your readers

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 Be

an active participant  Don’t only submit your own content

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 Seasonal

trends are a great way to drive traffic to your Blog.  For example:  If you target these area’s when people are searching for them, it drives more traffic

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YES ď‚ž

NO

You make money

ď‚ž

You lose a potential reader

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ď‚ž Be

original ď‚ž What do you have experts in?

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ď‚ž Are

you doing these tasks everyday? If you are, you are wasting time! Be more productive, and stop doing these things

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 You

have know learnt how to create a successful blog  Make sure you have completed all the tasks, assignments, and quizzes in this course • Once you are done, you can download your

Blogging certificate and publish it your website  You are now a CASB-Blogger


 Remember, that

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