Advice for setting up your blog
add extensions every other day
I suggested one at a time, but I think this is a good time frame. If you have a lot of readers, you can even go longer between “upgrades” (i.e., adding new plugins) and give them a chance to experience it, and ask for their feedback. This is far past the getting off the ground point, but just because you’ve been up and running for a while doesn’t mean you shouldn’t still be careful.
I have thought about writing some tutorials for WP, Graphene, HTML, and CSS, but GIYF.
(quoting myself here) Actually, I would like to write some expanded versions of some of my posts in this forum, such as this one, but generalized for WordPress or even just creating your own site. Still thinking about how this might look.Mod
AnonymousApril 19, 2018 at 7:06 pm #49454
Generally people tend to pick one topic and write about that, but in a world where we have hundreds of channels, YouTube, books, magazines – and most of it at our fingertips – it is important to bring as much diversity to your blog as possible. You can’t really take just one topic and write about that again and again from different slants.
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There are five main steps you need to do in order to start a blog. By going through this steps you’ll have your own blog within 30 minutes.
step 1- Choose a great blog platform
step 2- Choose a web host for your blog
step 3- How to Set up a blog on your own domain
step 4- Design your new blog
step 5- Useful resources for blogging
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Pick a blog name. Choose something descriptive.
Get your blog online. Register your blog and get hosting.
Customize your blog. Choose a free template and tweak it.
Write & publish your first post. The fun part!
Promote your blog. Get more people to read your blog.
Make money blogging. Choose from several options to monetize your blog.
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