How To Set Up A Blog And Why You Need One

There are lots of different reasons why people create blogs and although the blogging scene has changed over the last 10 years they still play a big part and are powerful tools in which to advise, impart knowledge, build confidence in business and benefit the personal and professional lives of many. There are endless reasons for making a blog, so choosing the right style and platform is so important, do you need a simple blog to write how you feel about a certain topic, a blog to impart knowledge, a blog to make money off or a blog to represent and update clients on your business?

If you can answer questions like these first then finding the right style, elements, features, and platform will be down to personal choice and preference. There are too many elements, add-ons, and features to list here, but we can help you work out exactly what you need to enhance your blog and make it do what you want.

Whether it’s a personal blog

 

Or a blog for your business

 

Solutions To Suit Any Style Of Blog

Whether your passion is your hobby, cooking, video, business, photography or any other topic blogging gives you the opportunity to connect and network with like-minded people who share similar interests. Having an online presence that represents who you are, what you think or what you’re good at is worth a thousand emails, letters or flyer campaigns. You can reach people all over the world and impart knowledge, your content or a business model without leaving your seat.

A few reasons why you should start a blog

The hobby blog

Maybe you have a hobby that you’re good at and you want to share why and how you’re good at it. Having a blog or online presence gives you the opportunity to share your knowledge and educate others that may be interested in a similar topic, you could even monetize what you do by creating educational videos or e-books that provide an online service.

Making some money

Most people start a blog to help others learn how to do something or to tell their story which is fine if you have time and another income to support it. However, once the art of blogging is mastered and you work out how to market yourself and you understand what works and what doesn’t, you can make a good living at blogging.

Exposure blog

If you own your own business then you’re going to need as much exposure as you can get. You can create a blog to increase sales, give customers the chance to see your products (they might not have seen otherwise) and promote your brand.

Online portfolio

Maybe you work freelance and need a portfolio to attract potential clients or to show industry leaders your work, for whatever reason, this is probably the best way to gain exposure and showcase what you’re good at without too much expense.

Business blog

For companies or entrepreneurs blogging is an essential part of their working week, gaining online visibility is crucial to survival. Market research has proven time and time again that interaction and relationships between big companies and their customers build confidence. Having a blog increases traffic to your website, traffic turns into leads and leads into sales. Every time you blog your website is indexed by search engines, giving you authority within your chosen subject.

SOME BLOGGERS ARE WILLING TO WORK 70 HOURS A WEEK TO AVOID WORKING 35 PER WEEK

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