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Many bloggers and writers experience writer’s block (or Blank-Post-Syndrome as I call it) at some time when, no matter what you do, you can’t get enough words onto your computer screen to form one meager sentence. You need to plan ahead to ensure that you always have writing inspiration. In honor of US Tax Day, here are 99 free blog titles that won’t tax your brain, especially after doing all of those calculations!
Blogging is hard work regardless of whether you’re blogging for yourself or for a business. To consistently do it well and meet your goals requires discipline. Therefore it’s critical to make blogging an integral part of your daily routine. Here are twelve blog habits to help get you on track.
Leaving comments on other people’s blogs is one of the unwritten rules of blogging. The notion of do unto others as you would have them do unto you should be obvious to bloggers who constantly seek to get more blogs comments, but, alas, it’s not. Take the Goldilocks approach to leaving comments to help simplify this task.
Does your blog have sex appeal? Does your blog reach out and grab your readers to make them want more? Or do your prospective readers think, it’s just another WordPress weblog, why bother. To make your blog stand out, you need to dress it up.
Location matters for blogs the way it matters for real estate. Your blog’s most valuable real estate is the space above-the-fold, a term borrowed from traditional print newspapers describing the top half of a broadsheet. Above-the-fold is the top section of your blog. It’s important to consider when designing your blog. Here are 16 elements to consider for your blog, corporate or personal.