Not just the tricky technical stuff made easy, but the important planning and preparation you need to do if you are to have the best chance of being a successful blogger.
We’ll look at how to choose your topic, and the name of your blog, how to make best use of your strengths.
And we’ll show you all the steps you’ll need to take in order to get off to a great start with your pet blogging journey
It’s important, even if you only want to keep a record of your pet’s adventures, to build in allowances for what might happen in the future.
Who knows, you might have hit on the next hot topic.
Using your talents
We’ll show you how to use your talents and strengths (yes you do have some) for great results
Unless you want your website to remain hidden from view forever, it’s also important that you figure out what you should be writing about, and who your website audience is likely to be. We’ll help you with that
The stages in blogging
One of the things we found most helpful when we first started out, was looking at the stages other bloggers had gone through.
So often, new bloggers have no idea how much traffic they should be getting after a certain amount of time, how many email subscribers they should have, what their bounce rate should be or how many pages each visitor should be looking at.
“Is one hundred visitors a month good? Or rubbish?” They cry. We’ll help you with all that stuff.
This is where it is so helpful to read case studies. To look at what happened to our websites at 12 months after launch, or 24 months after lauch or 48 months or 60 months.
Because a successful blogging strategy will always show growth over time – and exactly how much growth is something that you’ll really care about.
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