Being a beginner in blogging does not have to be stressful and tiresome. In fact, you can make it an enjoyable and profitable hobby. However, you need to ensure some things if you want blogging to be a profitable hobby or career.
I cannot stress it enough, build your opt in list starting today! I’m sure you’ve heard by now the importance of building an e-mail lists. The reason it’s so important is because you can follow up with your subscribers with the click of a button. Get yourself an autoresponder service such as an AWeber or GetResponse, for they are the two top services on the Internet.
One thing you don’t want is for your website to look spammy, and too many text links on a page will do just that. So, to prevent this possibility you can specify how many text links the plugin should insert per post/page. You can have from to unlimited. I recommend you stick to no more then 2-3 links per page so you don’t look like a spammer.
The easiest method of implementation is by providing hyperlinks (text links) in your text to the related affiliate website page. But, there’s a problem, linking lots of keywords on a page can be a real time waster and distracts from actually writing your articles. So, is there an easy way of doing this tedious task of inserting text links? Well, luckily there is. There’s an one stop solution to automatically convert keywords on your web pages into money-making affiliate text links automatically. MaxBlogPress Ninja Affiliate inserts hyperlinks automatically.
When deciding on Blogger or wordpress, the first thing you must decide is what you’re using your blog for. For me this is the deciding factor when deciding which platform to use.
Think of your blog posts as travelers. When you have clicked the publish button, the blog post will continue to survive on its own. Your blog post then becomes a traveler. Try giving your posts what they need to deal with any harsh conditions, along with good instructions on how to prosper online.
Some web hosting providers have slow loading times. This can cost you visitors. The speed at which a site loads can determine whether or not that viewer will stay on your page. They may never even bother to come back if it loads slowly.