Don’t Have A Blog Yet? Check This Guide

By Mark Zeni

Regardless of your age, profession and location, having a blog will certainly help you out. For one thing, writing regularly will improve your creativity and your writing skills. Second, once people start visiting your blog you’ll gain many opportunities to meet new people and expand your network. If you are not convinced yet, here are 34 more reasons to get blogging.

Despite the many benefits of blogging, getting started is not always easy, especially if you don’t have technical skills. Spending hours and hours just to learn the basic stuff will frustrate many people and make them abandon the idea altogether.

If you are in this situation, I want to recommend a guide about starting your first blog that I came across recently.

The guide was written by Abdullahi, who 3 years ago went to this same problem. He knew he wanted to publish his content online and possible make some money with it, but he didn’t know how to get started. He used the trial and error process until he figured things out, and decided to publish the guide to help people in similar situations.

You will find that the sections and steps are quite easy to follow. For instance, he starts with deciding what your blog will be about, what blogging platform you should use, how to pick a hosting plan and so on.

Another thing I like about the guide is the fact that Abdullahi is putting his email address there in case you face any problems, and he is commit to help you out if that happens.

If don’t have a blog yet but want to get started therefore, check the guide out!

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4 Responses to “Don’t Have A Blog Yet? Check This Guide”

  • Rental SEO Josh

    Thanks Mark for sharing the guide. Even though many of these are stuff i’ve come across before the compilation is terrific! Its always good to find some great advice and steps all at one place, I can certainly refer this to my clients and DIY blog building enthusiasts. Thanks again..


  • Haizrul Amrie

    Which one do you think best to use as the blog platform? Blogger or WordPress (self-hosted) ? Is there any big difference between both platform?

  • Kunal

    I have now been blogging since 3 years, i started at 19 and even now i think how would i have been if i had made a blog few years ago as and when i had been in my high school.

  • Top Theme

    We have today recently been blogging and site-building given that 36 months, my partner and i started out with 20 and also today i do believe just how would certainly i have already been easily acquired produced any website several years in the past since when i needed held it’s place in my own high school graduation.

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