Setting up a niche website isn’t nearly as hard as you may think. Even if you’ve never set up a site, it won’t take you more than a weekend using the three easy steps outlined in this article. These days with easy DIY online tools and user-friendly hosting companies, there is no need to hire a web designer. You can easily do it all yourself in just a few hours. Here’s how.
Calling customer service before you get started with the web hosting site is a good idea. You want to be able to contact them. They should also be able to speak your language. Also will they offer you a refund if you do not like their service? Will they help you if you have problems setting up your website?
Now you must configure the plugin from inside the trigona cms dashboard. From the ‘Settings’ menu solution you’ll want to open the WP Tweet Button settings web page.
Add videos. From pre-planning adventures to post-party events, your blog is a great resource for anyone wanting to catch up on the latest. Publish those videos online, then add a link on the blog for instant viewing.
I will not go into details about how these work as that is an entirely different article. One Way Links involves you writing a blog post with links embedded in it, which will then be posted to as many other blogs as are in the network, Linkvana involves you posting small articles with a link that will be sent out to their blog network and Unique Article Wizard needs 3 versions of the same article which it will then “randomize” out to hundreds of article directories and blogs. I discuss these programs in more detail here – Generating incoming links. This will not work on it’s own. You must also generate some incoming links from other sources.
Hubpages. Hubpages is an article posting site/social networking venue. It is not a blogging platform. This site has high visiblity with the search engines and I use it extensively.You can also make money here on the articles you post, as they offer a revenue sharing advertising model.
These three strategies are working very well for me so far, and I anticipate streamlining my workflow even more as I go along. They fit my personal style, the way I like to get things done. I suggest adapting them to your personal style, for maximum effect. Whatever your personal blogging style is, blogging efficiently is a must, if you want to blog well, and have a life to boot. If you feel like you have no time, the quality of your writing will reflect that, and I probably don’t need to tell you that the quality of your content is just as important as the quantity. Happy blogging!