Blogging For Beginners
Go from zero to a fine tuned blog that engages and pulls in potential customers.
Note: 4.5/5 (8 notes) 3,315 students
Instructor(s): Boomy Tokan
Last update: 2017-09-14
What you’ll learn
- Set up a blog that will engage their audience
- Have solid strategies for creating and posting regular content without going crazy
- Have a plan to handle worst case scenarios like the blog getting cracked.
- Students should be comfortable using a computer and web browser.
- Students should be comfortable uploading files from their computer to a website using file manager tools built into web browsers.
Updated February 2022
In another course of our “for Noobees” series, we take the student into the world of online content creation. We start off by explaining what are blogs, how did they get their name, and how they are useful for your internet marketing plan. Then we discuss the major blog platforms out there from free to fee, and what may be best for your situation. Diving in deep, we discuss how keywords are essential to crafting your blog posts, and how to research the keyword phrases. We go into the best structure for writing a blog posts including titles that get read, improving readability, and practical tips for creating a lot of content regularly without going crazy. Then we move into images and how they help engage an audience. Finally we move into our Don’t Panic module where we examine some things that could go very wrong and how to handle it.
Blogging refers to writing, photography, and other media that’s self-published online. Blogging started as an opportunity for individuals to write diary-style entries, but it has since been incorporated into websites for many businesses.
What exactly blogging means?
The definition of blogging is the process of writing a blog, an online journal in which you share your thoughts about a particular subject with readers. An example of blogging is when you write an online journal about the progress of your new home build. verb.
Do bloggers make money?
How Much Money Can You Make Blogging? Bloggers are making money in all kinds of ways. Successful bloggers can make over 7-figures/year, while other bloggers might be generating no income at all. A goal that many bloggers tell you to shoot for is $2,000/month in recurring income within one year.
What is blog and its example?
Good examples of this include a food blog sharing meal recipes or a company writing about their industry news. Blogs also promote reader engagement. Readers have a chance to comment and voice their different concerns and thoughts to the community. Blog owners update their site with new blog posts on a regular basis
Can you start a blog for free?
WordPress is the king of free blogging sites. It is a free platform, but you need to build the site mostly by yourself afterward. You also have to host the software yourself. While you can find some free WordPress hosting, a better long-term strategy is to pay a moderate amount for a solid WordPress host.
How do I start blogging?
Just follow this course and I will tell you how.
Who this course is for
- People who know they want to produce regular content for their website but don’t know where to start.
- The Beginning – Blogging for Noobees
- Course Introduction
- Module 1 – Why Is Blogging Important
- What Is Blogging
- Why Your Blog Is Important
- How Your Blog Makes You Relevant
- Your Blog Helps You To Build A Team
- Module 2 – Keyword Research
- Keyword Definitions
- Keyword Types
- Benefits Of Long-Tail Keywords
- Keyword Tools
- Keyword Research
- Keyword Idea Sites
- Using Google Adwords For Verification
- Module 3 – Images
- The Relevance of Images
- Where Lara Gets Images
- Why You Need To Tag Your Images!
- Watch Over My Shoulder Image Tagging
- Module 4 – Writing Good Titles
- What Are Good Titles?
- Ranking Titles
- Tools To Find Great Titles
- Where Boomy Gets Titles
- Module 5 – Your Blog Calendar
- What We Will Cover
- Why You Need A Blog Calendar
- What To Avoid When Creating A Calendar
- The Calendar Template
- Module 6 – Blogging Platforms
- Blogging Platforms
- Module 9 – Creating Content
- Post Length
- Making Your Posts Easier to Read
- Don’t Go Insane
- Using Hootsuite to Schedule Content
- Module 10 – Analytics
- Module 11 – Don’t Panic!
- Don’t Panic!
- Lara’s Conclusion
- Slides from the lecture
- Bonus Lecture!
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