How to Finally Get Your Blog Off the Ground

How to Finally Get Your Blog Off the Ground

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: M. Davis

Founder & Owner of: Clear Dope

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Successful Living Writer

1. Write quality content.

Spend enough time to write as valuable and cool posts as you can. Plus sometimes people get more drawn to the pictures than the actual content, so get cool images. The internet is full of them, you just have to search, but don’t forget about the writing. Content should be your main focus.

2. Customize your blog.

Take as much time as you need to get the right theme and the right look of your website. Make it as cool as possible. At the same time make everything simple, easy to access.

So now you have awesome content, pictures and a cool and simple website.
What’s next? Traffic.. Of course.

3. Community Pool.

Haven’t you heard of it? Here it is. It’s simply for the new bloggers. It’s a place to get your voice out there and you can connect and have a chat with other bloggers which is pretty cool in my opinion. Connecting is an awesome thing for bloggers and Community Pool is the right place for connections.

4. Follow, like, comment.

Follow others blogs, because they might follow you back and check out your blog. Same thing with likes. Like other posts and they might check you out, but don’t do it too much. Comment on posts you like, have a conversation with people, they may build a great connection with you and fall in love with your blog. lol

See how simple it is? Do these four and you will get your blog off the ground faster than you think.

Peace 😉

Article Credits: M. Davis

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor

(For Beauty, Book, Writing Bloggers & More)

98 thoughts on “How to Finally Get Your Blog Off the Ground”

  1. Good advice! Still working on the growth factor! I love writing and photography so much it is a bonus to me if other people read my blogs.

  2. Solid tips you have here! I’d like to share my two cents regarding leaving comments — make sure you leave a thoughtful one instead of generic ones. It makes a big difference! 🙂

  3. Very concise list. And very true. Reading and commenting on other blogs makes all the difference. And it is such a great learning experience to read not just your own type material but to explore a vast array of topics and subjects. It’s like a fun on-line school.

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