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How To Start A Blog Or Business On A Budget

How To Start A Blog Or Business On A Budget

It took a ton of research and some fails before I was able to figure out how to start a blog from scratch & to find programs that were not only easy to use but were also easy on the wallet.

Bonus points if it saved me time …

I also wanted programs that would integrate easily with the other software and apps that I was using. 

With that in mind, I decided to create a Series on How To Start A Blog or Business On A Budget so that you do not have to go through the lengthy (and expensive) trial and error process that I went though.

How To Start A Blog Business & Get Paid!

Starting a Blog or Business can be stressful and expensive! But it doesn’t have to be!

I got you!

When I first started as a Beginner Blogger, I had little to no budget. I was chronically ill and not working, so a big fancy website with all of the bells and whistles was not an option.

Learn step by step how you can create a money making website  on a budget!

Find the best blogging tips for beginners , the best (and easiest) tools to use to grow your email list , brand your content & products and ultimately increase your sales!

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    How To Increase Website Traffic – #1 Traffic Source

    How To Increase Website Traffic – #1 Traffic Source

    The Holidays are upon us and now you are trying to compete even more to get traffic to your website. So How do you increase website traffic? Keep reading to learn all about my #1 Traffic Source and what I recommend you combine it with to get even more website views and Holidays Sales. 

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    How To Increase Website Traffic - #1 Traffic Source. Learn how to get more website traffic. Learn how to use search engine optimization. #seo #bloggingtips How To Increase Website Visits // SEO tips , Search Engine Optimization For Your Website

    Last year I decided  became able to get more consistent with my Blogging efforts. As you may or may not know, I have been fighting a chronic illness for over a decade and was the main reason I started Blogging in the first place. It became my way of expressing myself and a way to help others. I actually started my Blogging journey confined to a lazy boy for almost a year because of pain. And little known fact , it has helped me to also improve my own health because the income I am able to earn online with Blogging & Affiliate Marketing has allowed me the luxury of being able to afford to take care of my health. I could tell you stories for days about my journey getting to this point but I would rather provide you with something of real value.

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    My best advice for Beginner Bloggers or those who want to know how to increase website visits is to learn SEO strategy. It really isn’t as difficult as you may think, it just requires a little leg work!

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    If Blogging Is Your Business, Then You Need To Build Trust

    If Blogging Is Your Business, Then You Need To Build Trust

    It doesn’t take long to differentiate between a blogger who treats their website as a business, and one who blogs just for a bit of side-project fun. If you’re running your blog as a business, then you need to be professional, and a big part of that is spending time developing a relationship based on trust between you and your visitors. Unlike traditional brick and mortar stores, you don’t have the option of getting to know your visitors in an intimate, one-on-one way. The only world needs different rules. We outline some of these rules below.

    If Blogging is your business. then keep reading

    Honest Practices

    We know that you want your business to be a success, but remember: there are billions of other sites, and if you’re annoying or otherwise deceiving your visitors, then they’re not going to trust your website…and they’re going to head elsewhere. So what do “honest practices” include, exactly? Well, if you’re tricking your visitors into clicking ads – say by hiding one in an ‘X’ next to a pop-up – then they’re not going to feel like they can trust you. It’s also imperative that you keep their data safe and secure!

    Online and Reliable

    You could have a website that people love, but if they’re visiting your site and they don’t know whether it’s going to be online or offline, then it won’t be long before they stop returning. If you’re determined to make your website a success, then work with a company like Quicktech to ensure you’re always up and running. You’ll also want to check that your site loads quickly, and on a variety of internet browsers, too. This is less about trust in the traditional sense, more about people’s lack of patience these days. If it takes more than a few seconds to load, they’ll be hitting the X button.

    Spelling and Image Errors

    If you’ve built up a core group of followers, then the occasional spelling mistake or low-quality image isn’t going to make too much of a difference. But if you’re making too many mistakes, then you will affect the number of new followers you can get. It’s worthwhile putting your website under the microscope every now and again to ensure that your blogs and images are mistake-free.

    Keep Things Updated

    It’s better to throw on the odd dud blog post than not put on any at all. People are drawn to the new. If your website hasn’t been updated in a year or more, then the number of visitors is going to nosedive, no matter how good your existing content might be. Trust is a two-way street, after all. Visitors don’t want to think that they’re just visiting a site where the owner has left. They want to think that they’re part of something that’s alive and kicking. The same goes for your social media sites; there’s nothing sadder than visiting a website’s Facebook or Twitter page and seeing that it hasn’t received an update in years. Keep it updated, or close it down.

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