So, you want to improve your blog, right? DUH! Who doesn’t, am I right? And did you know that you can use competitor analysis to your advantage and improve your blog? I’ll tell you exactly how to research your blog competitors, how to identify them, what to look for when analyzing your blog competitors, and what to do with the information you’ve gathered.
One of the biggest issues new bloggers face is finding the right niche. Is that your case as well? You decided to start a blog but now the question pops in your head: what to blog about? How to find a blog niche? That’s the question that’s been occupying your mind, am I right? Don’t worry, because today I’ll tell you how to identify the right niche for your blog and what to do if you’re interested in blogging about multiple niches.
You want to start a blog, right? You’ve heard that you should write content your audience wants to read. But how do you know who your audience is? And what is a target audience in the first place? Why do you need to define your target reader? And how to define a target audience for your blog? Today, I’ll answer all those questions and more.
So, you have this incredible idea for this amazing blog. You can’t wait to start building the blog. But there’s one thing holding you back. You can’t register your domain and buy web hosting because you don’t have a name for your blog.
You want to start a blog. And you want to do everything right from the beginning, am I right? The best thing to do that is to plan out your blog before you start it. It took me two months to plan out Blogology. You shouldn’t rush this step or skip it altogether. I believe that a lack of proper planning is what causes most blogs to fail. So in this post, I’ll tell you exactly how to plan your blog.
Successful bloggers keep learning. They know that if they want to stay on top of the game, they need to expand their skillsets. There are a few skills every blogger needs if they want to be successful. You’ll most likely gain these skills as you go, but I’ve compiled this list so you can actively start learning them from the beginning.