I’ve been searching for answers for almost two years now. Here are some of the quickest and most adorable answers I found. The ideas are taken up from a lot of blogs around the web and I am indebted to those blogs for being there. They have changed my life forever. Follow these 101 tips and you’ll master the art of creating popular blogs. The techniques are around and have evolved all these years. This is the right time to learn the real meaning of blogging and how to stand out as a blogger.
Lately, I’ve been wondering what it really takes to become a popular blogger. Is it a fair luck game or is it that only people who can push in lots of capital can become famous. I’ve been searching for answers for almost two years now. Here are some of the quickest and most adorable answers I found. The ideas are taken up from a lot of blogs around the web and I am indebted to those blogs for being there. They have changed my life forever. Follow these 101 tips and you’ll master the art of creating popular blogs. The techniques are around and have evolved all these years. This is the right time to learn the real meaning of blogging and how to stand out as a blogger. I’ve also listed some of the most wonderful blogs that I read everyday. Visit them and learn for yourself that techniques described in 101 lists are actually put into practice by these blogs. I’m sure this 101 list will turn your blog around quickly. If you have any questions, feel free to throw an email at email@example.com Thank You so much. Jaky Astik – http://jakyastik.blogspot.com Freely pass this tiny document to your friends and colleagues. 1. Keep patience with blogging - nothing happens instantly 2. Do your best every time - no matter what time it takes 3. Don't quit - If you quit, you'll never know how far you could have reached 4. If you don't know something, learn it. 5. Keep changing from time to time – adopt with latest things around the web 6. Constantly work upon improving your blog 7. People won’t read your blog because you write it – provide content 8. Stick to a specific topic 9. Reply and connect to commentators 10. Illustrate your post with creative commons images from Flickr, Photobucket etc… 11. Don’t write what is already written – link to it. 12. Don’t worry about what blogging software you are upon – readers don’t mind it as long as you have something interesting to say 13. Add a RSS subscription link to your blog 14. Subscribe to blogs related to your niche 15. Be the first to comment on blogs related to you 16. Connect with other bloggers via Email, Twitter, Facebook whatever. 17. Submit your blog to blog directories 18. Ping your blogs with ping-o-matic 19. Use tags in your blog – Technorati and IceRocket tags work best 20. Keep your blog design as simple as possible 21. Make your blog design easy to navigate 22. Provide easy subscription and sharing options 23. Get a recent comment widget for your blog 24. Add a related post widget below every post – try free LinkWithin service 25. Make commenting easy and connective – Disqus and IntenseDebate are some free commenting systems you should give a try. 26. Make your navigation tabs as less categorized as possible. 27. Use eye friendly fonts and background colours 28. Get a translation widget for your blog 29. Don’t write posts for Search Engine Optimization 30. Find a keyword people are searching for a specific thing 31. Genuinely link back from to your blog 32. It’s okay to link your blog posts wherever possible 33. If you have a Squidoo lens or Hubpages or Articles, link them to your blog 34. Submit articles to Article Directories 35. Create another relative blog from where you can link to this blog 36. Turn your blog into a brand name – be unique in your niche 37. Market your blog in your niche market first 38. Give away a good quality eBook or something valuable for free! 39. Generate valuable stuff for people time to time 40. Encourage your visitors to share your gift 41. If you are an expert at something, teach your readers 42. Write guest posts on popular blogs 43. Allow free advertisement to other bloggers 44. Join Stumbleupon or Digg or Delicious 45. Make friends and favour their submissions by either stumbling or digging them 46. Submit all your blog posts links to 47. Get your detailed bio on such websites with a backlink to your blog 48. Be genuine always, stumble and Digg what is really worth digging up. 49. Interact with other Stumblers, Diggers and stay in constant touch 50. Ask established Stumblers and Diggers to submit your blog 51. Publish a real hardcover book (ZehHabits) 52. Give presentations about your work (Seth Godin) 53. Do street shows (Katie Soloker) 54. Create and give free wallpapers for your readers on Smashing Magazine 55. If you can code, design a blog theme for either Wordpress, Tumblr or Blogger 56. Create an online product that helps people in some way (Problogger) 57. Write articles for a newspapers or magazines 58. Interview people in your niche and publish their views for others 59. Help a cause 60. Start something tangible in context to your blog 61. Use twitter – Follow people in your niche and interact with them 62. YouTube – Publish interesting videos and your reader community will grow big 63. Scribd – submit your aricles, stories, research etc with a backlink to your blog to this popular document sharing site 64. Facebook – make a Facebook page for your blog, grow a community 65. Google Friends Connect – A useful service to grow a community for your blog. Similar to Facebook but a bit less interactive. 66. Make genuine friendship with other bloggers 67. Give them advice 68. If you feel, openly ask for advice 69. If you’ve some product to release, show and test them with your blogger friends first 70. If you link to some page, tell it to the owner 71. Appreciate a good post through comments 72. Link to their blog from yours and share traffic 73. Writer’s block is just a state of mind 74. Read other bloggers, rethink their content and express your ideas 75. Join Plinky to get daily interesting post ideas 76. Search for good content ideas on Digg, Stumbleupon, Delicious, Google News and other similar blogs 77. Start writing anything and ideas will turn back to you. 78. Stick to your topic as long as possible 79. Depict on your personality in posts 80. Don’t include paid links in your blog 81. Don’t write product reviews for the sake of money 82. Give an attractive heading to your post titles 83. End your post with some good quotes, remarks, question or challenge. 84. Let people guest post on your blog 85. Make your blogging sound personal to your readers 86. Reply to as many email as possible 87. Include your email address on your blog 88. Let your blog merge with your personality. Include your blog address in your web signatures 89. If your blog has grown big enough, create a virtual tour to make readers start reading. (See Blogger Buster tour) 90. Create jump links to important, interesting pages on your blog 91. Dump all your creativity in your blog 92. Respect the community in your blog 93. Openly offense things you dislike or you don’t agree with 94. Keep researching the blogosphere all the time 95. It’s okay to earn money from your blog – show ‘relevant’ advertisements 96. Use Google Alerts and Google Blog Search for topic trends 97. Nothing that doesn’t work for society gets popular 98. Contribute something worthwhile for public 99. Find a problem in your niche and solve them for people at large 100. Don’t work for money, work for the love of blogging 101. Only two things can make your blog popular. Do something that makes their lives easy or something that entertains them through your blog.
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