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3 Things I Will Do If I Were To Start Blogging Again

Are you are prominent blogger with a network of many established blogs in your field? If you are, I’m certain you’ll be well experienced and must be seeing yourself as an expert as a blogger. But that alone is not enough to call yourself an expert blogger. So, what qualifies you to be an expert blogger?

In my own opinion, what positions you as an expert blogger is your ability to build a new blog and breed it to the standard your initial blog was, or above that- without compromising the quality you deliver in your initial blog.

Here’s what I mean, before I can call myself an expert blogger, for example, I should be able to start a new blog from scratch and make it grow to the standard of my current blog, without doing the odds. So if I were to do that, here are a few things I would apply.

Write First Grade Contents on my blog

I know you must have come across many blog posts emphasizing the importance and role of quality content in blogging. It cannot be overemphasized. So, if I were to start blogging from scratch, with the experience I’ve gained from my first blogging career, I’ll level up the quality of content I publish on my new site and create a standard for myself.

We all know that there’s nothing that makes a blog grow faster than when it’s shared multiple times. And it’s safe to say that only epic contents get the privilege of being shared by a lot of readers. Once you are able to get a good amount of content published on your new blog, you should then move on to the next step.

Promoting My Website Using Untapped Sources

The next step is to start promoting my new blog using sources that are very fresh and more promising. I don’t mean the known medium of promotion such as Facebook, twitter and Google+ are not useful, in fact, on the contrary you should not ignore them.

Using untapped sources of promotion helps you scale through without encountering fierce competition compared to other sources that are already concentrated.

Take for example, Pintrest. Pintrest has experienced a very unique and interesting growth since its start and it has become a very good place to drive traffic to your blog. It is still in its early stages and so not too competitive, at least not as competitive as facebook.

Do regular Link Building for my blog – guest posting, blog commenting

Finally, another thing I’ll do to make my new blog rank up to the standard of my initial/current blog is build a lot of backlinks for it. This time around, it won’t just be ten or fifteen backlinks but talk of forty or more. And I won’t just stop when I’ve done up to forty backlinks, I’ll continue to do more backlinks.

There are several ways to build backlinks for your site, guest blogging being a very useful link building tactic. Blog commenting seem old and has been abused by spammers, but it’s still a great way to get backlinks to your blog if you are careful to do it well.

Author Bio:- Ayodeji Onibalusi writes for thenewsofthepeople, a News Site that breaks News about celebrities. You can like the news of the people on Facebook and twitter.

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  • vince

    March 7, 2012, 5:51 pm

    Thanks for sharing that. You’re totally right. Quality content and quality backlinks are the things that will drastically influence any blog. Not that other things do not matter, but those too are the most influential ones.

    And the idea of Pinterest was sort of new for me. So, I’m going to use it if you don’t mind. 🙂

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    • Kenneth

      March 14, 2012, 11:23 pm

      Well, that’s right. Quality content and incoming links will always matter. At least it’ll stay the same in the foreseeable future for sure. But it never hurts to work on other aspects of on-page and off-page SEO.

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