A successful blog not only consists of search engine optimization (SEO), good written content or a great design. Yes, definitely, these are major factors behind a successful blog; but there are more things that must be evaluated and thought out well. So, here is a dedicated article on planning for a successful blog.
Whimsical writings can not stand the test of time as a successful blog. In previous article, we discussed about some blogs which are standing well as successful blogs. Yes, design, SEO, and content : all have been factors but the blogger has a definite plan for his / her foundation in order to make it a successful blog.
What to write for a successful blog?
This blog was intended to be a Windows 7 tutorial blog. With time, we realized that people need more than just Windows 7. We can write about a greater variety of things in order to make it a more successful blog. Previously, we wrote how you can change your writing topics according to the need for establishing your blog as a successful blog.
How often should I write to make it a successful blog?
Daily. A successful blog needs hard working.
Successful blog depends on what you want to achieve
This is totally subjective and depends on how you define a successful blog. Our target might be to achieve 20,000 unique steady state visitors per day after 18 months of its launch; we will call it a successful blog then. Or if we think from return of investment point (ROI), we might think, $ 100 / day return is enough. It depends on your goal; failure ensues when your desire for more money increases because it tempts you to post either poor quality articles or to push a bad product as an affiliate to make more money.
Grammatical mistakes and a successful blog
Try to imagine your favorite newspaper has made a typo in the heading on the FrontPage. As blog readers are often scanners rather than readers; we must give importance to every wording, particularly the sub headings, meta descriptions and title thereby ensuring the switch from an ordinary blog to a successful blog.
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