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How to Start and Run a Profitable Blog – Part One

A Beginner’s Guide to Start and Run a Profitable Blog

I need to tell you that this is an out-an-out curated post but with all the juicy points for the benefit of bloggers.

Too much information is always overwhelming, so let me get ya the creme de toppe’.

What Does it Take to be a Great Blogger and Money Maker as Well?

Well, there are many strategic viewpoints and suggestions from pioneer blogging experts which makes your work simple.

You have to be sure about your plans for the blog – niche, target audience, business model, social media promotions, social media scheduling, content marketing and many more…

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Don’t you worry… There is a set template for every kind of blog and all kinds of blogging activities.

You have to just follow through but ofcourse infuse it with your own creativity.

So, Shall we….. The number one factor is to set your specific goals.

Create Strategic and Well-defined Blog Goals

If you started your blog with a loosely defined plan, then what you have is an erratic content strategy at best.

Without clarity in direction, mission and strategic goals, you’ll limp along.

Want to create your blogging goals? Start with this goal setting worksheet.

Essential Blog Questions to Answer

1. What is the very purpose you want to blog?

How to start and run a profitable blog

The best tools, resources, and tips from a full-time blogger to help start a blog and make blogging a career.Blesser House

2. What will a blog do for your business or what has it done so far? Look down the road – 3, 6, 9 months.

Like any startup, new bloggers need to create a website, build a brand, find their tone, and attract followers, all on a shoestring budget. Trust us, that’s even harder than it sounds.Stylecaster

3. Who will read your blog? Be specific about your reader and potential customer.

SURE, blog traffic definitely helps to get more eyes and potential sales/clients BUT if you get these eyes onto your blog and aren’t using proper strategies to turn them into loyal readers who want to purchase what you are selling, then it defeats the purpose! Boss Girl Bloggers

4. How will you stay consistent? Who will help you achieve your blogging goals?

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It’s not good practice to change permalinks after the post or page has already been published. Once your page or post is live, people might share it, link to it, email it or even write it down. Mashable

5. How does a blog support your current marketing efforts?


You can have the best website, content or product in the world, but if no one knows it exists, you won’t get very far. To be successful, you have to connect with people — your target audience a.k.a. ideal customer Websitehowto

6. What’s your writing style? Are you serious, straightforward, funny, data driven, silly, witty?

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7. What will your marketing funnel look like? e.g. How will your blog create business opportunities and drive sales?

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In this post I’ll be sharing the five strategies that we’ve used to turn my once hobby blog into a six-figure income-producing business.Justgirlandherblog

So, these are the baby steps you have to take and be cautious about.

Take one step at a time but in a well-planned manner.

In due course, you will master the process and start enjoying when people respond to your posts.

It is always better to start a blog as a joint venture with a like minded partner if you just want to focus on content creation.

The other person can be your technology and marketing partner. Sounds good right…