How To Start A Blog

Tips For Writing an E-Book – How Do You Sell Your E-Book?

18 October 2010

How do you sell your e-book now that you’ve managed to find a niche, do the research, and get it all written? It may not be as difficult as you think.

In this, the fourth article of the series, we’re going to look at a quick way to set up a blog so as to sell your e-book, then we’ll look at a way of getting other people to sell it, and finally, we’ll talk about selling the private label rights (PLR) to make even more money.

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Elements of a Successful Business Blog

28 September 2010

What are the elements of a successful business blog? Well, this largely comes down to what you’re actually trying to do with your business blog in the first place.

In this article we’re going to have a look at the types of business blogs out there, next we’ll look at what’s going to be the best one to choose for you and your business, finally we’ll look at whether you should be choosing style, or substance for your blog…

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Great WordPress Plug-ins For Your Site

27 June 2010

A lot of internet marketers assume that Wordpress is meant only for bloggers to use. Ok… Wordpress can be used in the same way as a static marketing sites, so it’s not just for “blogs.” Wordpress, as you may or may know, is what is called a Content Management System (CMS) which offers great flexibility with applications, etc…

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Why Do People Start a Blog?

29 September 2009

Have you ever wondered why you should start a blog, and what you’d actually get out of it? Everyone has their own particular reason why they decided to start blogging in the first place, but what are some of those reasons?

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How To Get Your Blog Niche, And What To Do With It

24 September 2009

You should start with a niche and then break the niche down in the categories that you use i.e. the “blogging” niche could have categories like “make money blogging”, and “blog traffic”. When you know the categories it’s far easier to write posts related to those categories…

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