Blog Post Ideas – Get Then From Twitter

People think that getting traffic to a website is a difficult thing. It really is not, but it could be expensive unless you use tactical strategies. Driving traffic to a website really is simple. There are many ways to accomplish this from an online perspective.

Chopteeth found a designer, Michael Collins in New York, online. He did some poster design for us and he likes the anthropomorphic theme. He sent us lifestyle blogs a few ideas. The gazelles have big horns like our big horns section, so that’s why we chose it. It’s a subtle play on words.

Afrofunk Forum at DC 9 is small, funky, we mostly fit on stage…. The Black Cat treats you like champions. The 9:30 Club is an awesome place to play. And the Kennedy Center has been nice to us.

This rather unassuming car review site has a nice look and feel to it, with a simple interface that is refreshingly simple to use. The car reviews are quite detailed and are also written in comprehensive essay style rather than quick lists. This makes for pleasurable reading for car enthusiasts, but not so great for those who want to gain an opinion at a glance. There is also a section at the bottom of each review for user comments, which is seemingly very lightly moderated so a good place to get the undiluted truth.

A blog post can be an article as well. It can become a video, it can even become an audio recording. It can become an email that you send to your email list. It can be uploaded onto twitter, facebook, pinterest and linked in. Create enough Me streaming and you could have content for an eBook.

Etsy also has teams and forums (ie: groups of other Etsians they like to call themselves) where you can join the group and gain more help from your peers. You can also join up for the Etsy Success newsletter wherein their weekly newsletters full of tips and tricks end up in your inbox. They not only offer both a support forum called Etsy Success that sellers can join for tips and tricks, but countless online blog posts about tips and tricks to help you.

About the content of your blog, it should be short, concise and to the point. If you are talking too much you will finally confuse your visitors, who may not come back for another long post again. While keeping your content short and solid, your visitors can digest it easily and get what you want to say directly. So save your visitor’s time as much as you can in your blog post.

If you have been blogging for years then you probably aren’t going to be reading this article. Most of you reading this article are people who have been blogging for less than a couple of years. Because of that I strongly advise you to invest your time into developing a blog in some other niche. You would be far better off launching a hyper-local blog that talks about your own city, town or neighborhood. You will have a better audience even if you come from a relatively small town. You stand a better chance of actually making money with it too. Trust me. The MMO niche is not somewhere you really want to try to make money in when you have less than two years under your belt.

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