Blogging is quickly becoming one of the biggest trends on the Internet. A lot of people are creating and establishing blogs for many reasons, and some people even get paid to write blogs. If you wish to learn more about blogging and all that it has to offer, then keep reading.
To keep your blog content interesting to your readers, try keeping track of your older posts and which ones got the most traffic. When you see a topic that many people responded to, expand it and create other posts relevant to the original topic. This is where the old phrase “tried and true” really makes sense!
Try writing from your own experiences. Write openly about items you know about and write your feelings about them without fearing being wrong. It tends to be a big mistake to copy from experts than to learn from your own errors. Your personal experience is the most precious blogging asset that you have.
Be sure to use good SEO techniques on your blog to increase your readership. It’s great if your friends and family members and people you know from social networking read your blog, but you also want to attract new readers. Be sure to learn about your target audience and include information and keywords that will attract them and increase your search engine rankings.
Try to make sure that you are always writing with your readers in mind. Do not partake in keyword stuffing where you throw a ton of keywords into your blogs to get the search engines attention. Ultimately, your content and writing style will have the final say in whether your blog succeeds or not.
Stick to blogging about topics that you feel passionate about. When you can impart a love for the topic, your readers will sense your depth of understanding. This will build trust in your posts and opinions and cement your followers to your blog. As a trusted source of information, your readers will find it easy to share your blog.
Sadaharu Aoki – Jardin du Luxembourg
Image by Canon S3 IS in Paris, France
Many disappointing copies of Pierre Hermé’s Ispahan can be found in and around Paris. But for the first time, I found a macaron cake that is on par with Hermé’s creation. Flavored with violet flower, the macarons entrap the raspberries around violet cream and a red fruit filling. This cake is also flavored with Earl Grey tea.
Thanks to the talent of Sada, it is not too sweet, and neither too obvious nor too strong, which I did not expect from the violet-red fruit macarons I had at Ladurée and Gérard Mulot, which felt like eating jam. The flavours mixed perfectly and delicately, for pure bliss.
Certified one of the greatest cakes in Paris!
And also cheaper than the Ispahan: 4,80 euros.
Flickr = censorship
Recently Rebekka Guðleifsdóttir ( www.flickr.com/people/rebba/ ) discovered that a gallery Only-Dreemin was ripping her off. They’d sold thousands of dollars worth of her images. So she did what anyone with a following on the internet might do and she posted about her frustration and plight on her flickrstream. What’s yahoo do? Deletes the image & threatens to terminate account.