A blog name generator, as a piece of automated software, does not exist however I will guide you through the process of deciding on a name for your creation. There are some important do’s and dont’s.
Secret #3: Promotion Tools Everybody has too much to do and too little time to do it,so the more you can “spoon-feed” your partners the better. Yes, some people will take the extra effort to do their own promotions, but most people would rather have a pre-made “cut and paste” email or letter to send. That’s why I provided my partners with “content” in the form of video clips from the seminar that they could release to their list. This put more people on the early-bird list who were “glued” to that particular partner. Cater to everyone’s laziness and make it “fill-in-the-blank” or turn-key simple.
I have tried a few times to start blog s with the hope that it would turn into the next Shoe Money Watch my stuff. Unfortunately I grew tired of not having any traffic and no comments or very few readers and followers. Those small beginnings just didn’t match up to my big blogging goals, like the goals I had for my make money online blog.
Include links to sources that you referenced when possible. This keeps your blog credible. It also allows your readers to explore other views of the topic of which you are talking about. If you show them an interesting site through a link, they could keep coming back to yours since you are showing them relevant, interesting information.
Seek out CommentLuv enabled blogs that have high Page Rank (PR=3 or more). Additionally they should be “DoFollow” blogs for greatest impact. See “Blog Commenting On High PR Sites” on my online blog for the step-by-step.
Blogging is simply sharing your thoughts, opinions, or ideas on any one of a myriad of topics with the world through a website. Some bloggers typically review products or promote business ideas, but the vast majority simply use their website as a virtual landfill for every thought that crosses their mind. Not to imply that there is anything wrong with that – it is simply the way things are.
This does not refer to the technical support that your hosting may provide. I would just forget about that from the start. Most of the web hosts do not support 3rd party applications. I mean does the host support the translator installation; once installed will it work? There is a great deal of technology involved with this type of software and incompatibilities can be frequent. This is an extremely common issue when translators are used in conjunction with WordPress blogs. The installation can turn the blog into an unreadable mess in the end.