Blogging can be tremendously valuable to both individuals and businesses. The benefits of blogging include business marketing, personal and professional development, business networking, making money online, and more. There has never been a better time to start a blog! Digital marketing is a new frontier and blogging is at the forefront. The Ultimate Guide to Blogging covers everything you need to know about starting a blog, growing and promoting your blog, making money blogging, and more. Specific topics covered in this book include: How to Market Your Business by Blogging How to Promote Your Blog How to Increase Blog Traffic What to Blog About Blog Topics and Blog Post Ideas How to Make Money Blogging How to Start a Blog Hot to Make a Blog How to Force Yourself to Start Blogging ...and more! What is a Blog? A blog is website containing written “posts” or articles. Blogs are like miniature media companies. They can be on any on topic the author desires. Blogging is often used as a form of content marketing. Blog topics can range from personal to professional and everything in between. The Ultimate Guide to Blogging covers content marketing strategy, blog ideas, and more. Can you make money blogging? Yes. Ways to make money blogging include affiliate marketing, selling ebooks, premium content, additional products and services, and more. This book covers how to make money with a blog. Blogging has been tremendously beneficial to me professionally, personally, and financially, so I’m very excited to be sharing what I’ve learned with you. The contents of this book has been developed in response to questions people have asked me about blogging, It addresses the challenges that I, and many others, have faced in starting and growing a blog. I recommend blogging to almost everyone I meet. With this book, I can now do more than just recommend, I can provide all of my best advice.
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Only about 40 minutes worth of content and...
The author made the same points over and over again. If another section of the text referenced an idea he brought up already, he just wrote about it again. Sometimes using the same phrasing, like he didn't realize he'd already covered it. This book was a bit basic for me. The fundamentals are good for anyone, but it's not entirely practical in its methods of earning money via blogging. And the shameless self-promotion got old really fast.
Instruction/education - you win some, you lose some.
He read slowly, almost like he was milking it. He was very clear and articulate, just painfully slow. And when you read a URL, you really don't need to read, "H, T, T, P, colon, slash, slash"
If the reviews are in a Q & A for format, there should really be distinctions between fiction and non-fiction.
Too many lists
- Mark Miller