Sunday, March 23, 2014




Managing a blog is actually a fun thing to do on the Internet. It is getting more involvement for online marketers and other people. Why lots of people these days come up with the idea of making income from blogging and don't have great results?

Blogging has been around for quite a while however it has developed from the professional writers to every one who is intrigued by the possibility of making extra dollars. They just boast of being a Blogger. Writing a blog will need a bit of time and efforts.

Blogging is really a cultural and social connection and folks like to get connected to you as a person. So be authentic, give the blog site your individuality, be open-minded and honest. What draws people in is a personality in you. Your blog should be your very own expression.

Creating a blog would be the wise course of action. The truth is that you can begin earning money online. The one thing that you may need is to spend some time and bust your tail to begin making money with a blog.

Blogger is a blog publishing service that allows private or multi-user blogs with time entries. It was created by Pyramid Labs, which was bought by Google in 2003. Generally, the blogs are hosted by Google at a subdomain of Up until May 1, 2010 Blogger allowed users to publish blogs on other hosts, via FTP. All such blogs had (or still have) to be moved to Google's own servers, with domains other than allowed via custom URLs.

The acquisition allowed premium features (for which Pyramid had charged) to become free. In October 2004, Pyrex Labs' co-founder, Evan Williams, left Google. In 2004, Google purchased Picasa; it integrated Picasa and its photo sharing utility Hello into Blogger, allowing users to post photos to their.

Blogging: It's not a fad and it's not going away anytime soon.  As a small business owner, why should you be grateful? Because even the smallest business can use blogging to put a human face on its brand and enable it to look larger than life.

When I get out from behind my iMac and put on my lady clothes, I often address business groups on the art and science of business blogging, since so many small business people don't seem to understand its value. I tell them this: whether you tune up your writing skills to write your own blog or hire someone to do it for you by furnishing them with topics and quotes, a blog allows you to create a foundation upon which all your work and your brand is anchored.

If you've never blogged on behalf of your business before, however, it pays to do some homework before you even tap words onto your computer screen.  What does your audience need? What information can you provide that can help them? And how can you offer advice that appears more earnest and is better researched than others they might come across, all while representing you in the best possible light?






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