Make sure that your blog posts are structured well in order to make scanning easier. Make use of lists, header tags, and more. Keep in mind that the average reader is not going to want to read sentences and paragraphs that are really long. Therefore, you should make them as short and to the point as possible.
Find the DNS settings your hosting company provided to you (Hostgator is the easiest). Log into your domain registry account and Click our domain name. Next, find the DNS server space (could be called server name) and click edit or click the actual DNS already given. Hit custom and add your new DNS codes (in most cases it will be two) from your hosting company. That’s it your new domain is up and running usually in 24 to 48 hours.
When choosing a domain name (and even a subdomain name) you need to ensure that they have the keyword that most people will use in searching for information or blog post that you are planning to provide.
An advantage of having a wordpress blog, specifically, is that wordpress supports plugins that make it easy for you to configure your blog to do many things that would be difficult if you had to code them yourselves. You can easily install a plugin (with literally, just a few clicks), and upgrade your blog with all sorts of features.
Distribute your business card and flyer to all such people who might be in need of some extra income. For instance, college students, housewives, working women or anybody that you encounter.
If you are reaching out to a particular audience, you want to make sure that your posts lay well within the interests of that group. If not, your blog could be read as often as the Cincinnati NAMjA’s blog in Indianapolis.
Finally, once you have your blog name chosen and have decided on a good blog host, it’s time to create the blog site itself. This means installing blog software and getting it linked up to your domain. I’ve done it many times myself and believe me, it’s not as hard as it sounds.