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Basics for Bloggers
March 19th, 2010 Here are three basic tips for those of you who have a blog, and especially those who are new to blogging and doing business online. They are simple tips, but many times forgotten. 1. Type your email and blog url correctly. Make sure that when you are submitting or providing your email address AND blog url (website address) to a website, directory or even friends and family, that you are typing it in correctly. We see many instances of someone typing in ".com" when it is actually ".org" or ".info". We also see many bloggers mistyping their blog address and email address. By having a blog, you are hoping to get people to your blog, and will defeat the purpose by mistyping your blog address. Instead of needing to type out your blog address all the time, we suggest that you type all your information in a short notepad/wordpad document that you can open up and simply copy and paste from. And, if you are supplying your email address to anyone, or any website, people have no way of being able to reply back to you if you have typos in what you submitted. 2. Don’t put too many buttons and widget graphics on your page. One of the things we see in almost 50% of the blogs that are submitted to our blog directory is that they are overflowing with buttons & widgets. We have seen some blogs with as many as 20 or more button graphics in their side bar. While it is great to exchange links with other bloggers and join a variety of directories and communities, you should NOT put them all in your sidebars. This will slow down the loading of your blog and will cause people to leave before they have been able to even view your blog. We suggest that you have up to 12 key buttons/widget buttons in your sidebar. Any other buttons, create a new page for them. If you have several buttons for blog directories, you could create a page for all those links/buttons. If you have several people you have exchanged buttons with, create a separate page for those buttons or better yet, exchange text links that you could include on that page or in your blog directory. Don’t give people a reason to leave your blog before discovering what your blog is all about because you have loaded it down with too many graphics, or simply just cluttered your page making it hard for anyone to find what you have a...
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