Writing article about whats in the blog and what you do with the blogs link in the resource box is great, this will generate more backlinks to your blog which in your favour will give you better search results.
Once this is done you need to set this page as a static webpage, again this can be done within a couple of clicks. When your homepage is set all you need to do is ad your other pages. Creating pages when you build a website is very straightforward. There’s no need to learn html or any coding to get the job done. You simply use the built in text editor and type in your content. You can ad media, images etc with a couple of clicks of your mouse. When you’ve added your content you simply publish your page and its done.
It’s so easy to put a smiley face on an empty gas tank. I think most of us are afraid to tell ourselves the truth when we feel lousy, but staying in denial only prolongs it. When you feel bad, just admit it and go right to non-resistance. Then you open the “portal” for change.
We’ve found a company to host our sites, and done the keyword research and feel confident that we can rank for the keyword. We’ve purchased a keyword rich domain (preferably), and installed wordpress on our new site. We then chose a theme we wanted to work with and adjusted the settings, then installed all the plugins we would need. Finally we took a look at different layouts and navigation options.
I would recommend the best of both worlds. Use the option to moderate your comments, that way you have a bit of control as to who and what is being said on your blog.
Traffic Patterns – I’ve built traffic to my blogs by linking them to several other sites that I manage. Might as well take advantage of what I own to promote what I manage. In addition, when I blog elsewhere I am not shy about linking back to my blog. Finally, I add tons of links to each blog and this move has kept the traffic flowing.
One good thing to point out is that most people seriously over complicate things. They go to huge expenses, spend thousands of dollars and believe that “their time will come” once they’ve gone through a “probationary period”. To a degree, there is always going to be a certain learning curve to deal with, but really it is only as difficult as you make it.