Unlike the old days where people keep a hidden diary for their adventures, people nowadays want their content to be seen by everybody… and so they turn into blogging.
If you are serious about treating your blog as more than a hobby, that is, if you want to use it to make money, then you have to treat every blog post as important. Remember that your readers’ time is important and you don’t want them to react like a wild cat when they read your post.
Content is defined as anything and everything you feel like putting in your website. It could be a poem, an article or your high school prom photo – as long as it’s in your domain, its content.
Don’t ignore blogging – they may seem informal for Filipinos, but that very characteristic is the reason why they’re excellent bait for your target market in the Philippines.
The iBlog9 Philippine Blogging Summit aims to teach individuals how to use blogs as a powerful marketing tool and eventually polish their online presence. The event is sponsored by Solaire and Sun iMessenger.
If you were to make a tombstone for your blog, the epitaph would probably read “My blog – Jan. 2013 – Feb. 2013. Yes, the month is not over yet but your blog might be on its way to eternal oblivion. In this post, let us focus on why a blog dies and how you can bring it back to life.
WordPress is an open source blogging and content management system that utilizes MySQL and PHP. In my opinion, it is the number one blogging platform.
I’ve considered OurAwesomePlanet.com as one of the most ideal blogs. After all, it boasts articles that truly shine in terms of content and appeal.
I’ve been asked a certain question far too many times: is there a convenient way to look for “hot and profitable” niches in the Philippines?
One of the ways through which internet marketers are able to tell people more about their products and services is through blogs.