One moment, your blog is on top and you are raking in the viewers. However, keeping the same strategy doesn’t always mean success.
Imagine that you have an important meeting, like a job interview or a date. You’re going to meet the other person for the very first time, and your first impression is going to determine whether or not they’re willing to give you serious consideration.
When you go from having a blog post idea in your mind to hitting the publish button, there is a lot that occurs between then. You may be planning your articles in an application – even creating an editorial calendar.
Not too long ago, Matt Cutts indicated that the next wave of Google algorithm updates was going to include a focus on guest blogging. This caused a uproar in the internet marketing and blogging community, but that isn’t a surprise, as any time Matt Cutts so much as sneezes he causes an fervor.
Managing a blog can be a breeze in the beginning. Looking for your first comment, or even mention can even be fun.
No matter what profession you have, journaling can be a great way to excel not only in work and creativity, but also in your life in general.