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Your First Blog Post - What to Write By TJ Philpott

You're ready to make your very first blog post but not quite sure what to say? Maybe you figure since blogging seems to be so casual you can post whatever your heart desires and not be overly concerned. If nothing more it will at least get the ball rolling for you. Well actually you could post whatever you want. On the other hand you may be serious about doing something constructive with it like building a list of loyal subscriber's who share a common interest. The point here is if you have a definite direction or purpose for your new blog you should treat your first post much like an introduction to a new friend. Here are 4 key elements you will want to include in your first blog post. 1) Introduce Yourself Here's your opportunity to give your readers a little insight into who you are. Share with them your interest, business experience, other personal experiences that may be of interest to them and relevant to the theme of your site. Inform your readers of any family or pets you may have and of what importance they may have to you and why. Share pictures if you've got them. After all one picture is worth a thousand words. Your readers will appreciate this. You want your readers to become familiar with you while also gaining their trust. 2) What is Your Reason for Blogging Now you'll want your readers to know and understand your purpose or motivation for blogging. Make your intentions clear as to what nagging questions, dilemmas, or passions you plan to address. You want them to feel the anger, frustrations, passions, or enthusiasm you feel and the commitment you have to your blogging efforts. 3) What you Will be Blogging About Your readers will want to know what to expect when they visit your site. What direction you'll be taking
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on the stated theme and how you intend to address the issues of this subject matter. Will this just be an online ranting station or do you intend to take a more constructive, tactical and problem solving approach in addressing the topic at hand. 4) Encourage Comments You immediately want to foster an atmosphere of community and involvement for your readers. Commenting and reader participation is a major factor in the growth and popularity of blogging. Build upon this by encouraging comments, disagreements, or criticisms from visitors and making it easy for them to do so. Make available your contact information (any of which is comfortable to you) but make it clear you are accessible to them. Be sure to clearly state your comment policy so as to keep this area under control and constructive for both the blog owner and its readers. Realizing that your first blog post is an introduction to your readers and including these 4 key elements in your initial post will give you a solid start for your new blog.

TJ Philpott is an author and Internet entrepreneur based out of North Carolina. For additional online success tips and a free guide that demonstrates how to find both profitable markets and products visit:http://blogbrawn.com/

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The Benefits of Hiring a Professional Blog Writer By Jeff Schuman

Most people are able to write, and some of those are even able to write good. But, for as good as those people can write, only a few are able to write as quick and as persuasive as a professional writer. There are many reasons to hire a professional blog writer, and they are listed in this article. A professional blog writer is able to write blogs to post throughout the internet which will get traffic to that persons site. By effectively using a blog writer, you will be able to promote your site and get more money. Below are the benefits of hiring a professional writer: 1. Professional writers are able to work quickly and get your order done. If you are looking to get blog articles written in a hurry so that you are able to post them on the internet and begin to get more traffic to your site, hiring a blog writer is the thing to do. 2. Many people that have websites and need blog articles do not have the time to write there own. A lot of time and effort is required to write and edit a good quality article.. There are many other things that need to be taken care of other than articles, so hiring someone to write the articles for you will allow you to focus on those other things. 3. Depending on what the articles are about, there will probably be research that is needed. Professional writers have experience in doing research that allows them to quickly and effectively research a topic. They are able to research any product, service, program, or person, which helps you to know that the blog article is going to be good. 4. There are many reasons to want blog articles, be it to sell a product or get traffic to your site. A blog writer can write you a clear piece of work that will persuade or inform those who are reading it. A good blog article will make one consider to buy your product which will help you to make more money. 5. A professional writer is someone who writes for a living, so you know that the articles that they give you will be clear and organized. You know that there will be no errors and that you will have an effective piece of marketing when you post the articles around the internet. There are many benefits of hiring a professional blog writer. You are able to pay someone to give you a good quality article which allows you to spend your valuable time on other needs. You can post that article into blogs which will begin to get you traffic to your site and will help you to make money. With all the benefits there is one question you must ask yourself, "Why have I not hired a blog writer?"

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