Recently i wrote a extensive post on “how to blog successfully and make your blog popular” , but i received a quite a few questions from new bloggers who are just getting into the blogging game on how do they make a start.
Making money from blogs is not easy today, it used to be easy before. Today the blogging world is kinda saturated with mom bloggers, Business bloggers, Fashion bloggers and all sorta bloggers. SO you pick any niche and you got competition already.
what google says “a blog is a website, where you write stuff on an ongoing basis”
YOU get your blog a USP which your blog viewers like and you will be lucky and succeed.
My Post of
just got published at dailyblogtips.com , so you might wanna check out this extensive post to get some tips to get a successful blog going
For People starting blogging
Luckily there are quite a few platforms that help you start out on blogging before you can actually start spending money to earn money and i would advise most bloggers to take advantage of this. most successful bloggers would have used these free services at some part of time or even while starting in their blogging journey.
WordPress.com ( from wordpress.org)
WordPress.org is one of the largest self-hosted blogging tool and software in the world, used on millions of sites and seen by tens of millions of people every day. You can check out their features here and get a free blog at wordpress.com
Blogger.com ( from Google)
Blogger is free blogging platform by google.com with a host of features to make blogging as simple and effective as possible. You will need a google account or gmail account or then just create one for free when registering with blogger.com
Tumblr is a mini blogging or micro blogging service and lets you effortlessly share anything, Post text, photos, quotes, links, music, and videos from your browser, phone, desktop, email.
These three services are free to use and if you get real popular fast you will have the option of breaking out or branching out from their services to transfer your blog or update and upgrade your blog to much more supported and flexible professional services like self hosted blogs on their own servers and custom domains.