Is writing your thing? or Have you always dreamed of sharing your expertise with the world?

Even if you aren’t a writer, it’s okay: You can use a blog as your knowledge sharing platform, promote your work or find new freelance clients for any kind of service you provide. Blogging is also a great way to put your matter out in the world and believe me, writing does become easy with time. So, don’t sweat, just yet!

 

And don’t give in to the naysayers who tell you that 2020 is too late to start a blog – that’s just not true.

 

The rate at which the reach of the internet is growing, it makes sure that there is always an audience for you out there – ready to absorb your mind.

 

This guide will give you a step-by-step process of how you can start a blog in no time and promote it to your audience.

So here we begin.

 

1) Pick your domain name (and get that domain name for free)

The first question that you should ask when setting up a blog: Where are people going to find you online? As a blogger, you are your brand, so it is recommended that you use a variation of your name to grow as a brand.

 

if you don’t find ‘yourname.com’ domain, you might find it with a different domain, such as ‘yourname.co’ or ‘yourname.io’. You can also try adding your service at the end of the domain; so if you’re a “writer”, you can add it at the end of your name, as in ‘yournamewriter.com’.

 

You could even go for something creative as your blog name — after all, nothing is stopping us but remember your subject and audience may change over the years.

 

There are few things you should keep in mind before you click “purchase,” though; we’re going to tell you how to get a domain name for free.

2) Buy a hosting package

Now it’s time for you to choose a web host.

What’s a web host? Well, a web host is a place where your website is placed for access when people type your domain name into their browser.

There are many hosts out there with different pricing. It’s prudent to go for a cost-effective option at the start when the traffic isn’t high. Although it is worth mentioning that you should read a few reviews on their service history before opting for one. Gradually when the traffic builds, you can always with a more established service.

Bluehost is a good example of a renowned hosting service.

 

Since we’re at it, might as well throw in a pro-freelancer tip: Make your purchase (and all the subsequent purchases related to the blog) on a business credit card and file the receipts safely; as they are investments in your business and that makes them tax-deductible.

 

3)Install WordPress

Don’t worry, the technical stuff might give you the heebie-jeebies at the start if isn’t your strong side but it wouldn’t last long.

And for that reason, we love WordPress best, even though there are several different choices for blogging platforms. WordPress is not only free, but it’s also pretty easy to learn, offers a range of themes and designs which are ready-to-go, and has a strong online community and abundance of plugins that make blogging everybody’s cup of tea.

If you are wondering how do you get around installing WordPress, you can read a comprehensive guide for installing WordPress on your new blog here. Once you’ve accomplished that, you can pat yourself on the back before logging onto your blog and start making it look pretty.

 

4) Mark your website as “under maintenance”

While you work on making your blog look handsome or pretty, you might want to put up an “under maintenance” sign to greet users landing on your page.

You don’t want your future clients or potential readers to Google your name and find a half-finished site. (Procrastination looms large sans deadlines. It’s a sign of a good writer but we wouldn’t want to take chances.)

You can manually set the page as ‘under construction’ but it will be better if you download this plugin. It is pretty straightforward to deactivate the plugin (like all WordPress plugins) when you’re ready to launch your website.

 

5) Choose a blog theme

Now we’re getting to the stuff that you’ll most likely enjoy! The theme determines what your blog looks like – the personality and on WordPress, you have got a whole world of options to choose from. Of course, there’s a wide variety of free themes to get started, but for those who are serious about blogging, it is always better to go with a paid them to get a wide range and variety of customization and support. I can personally recommend Unos which I used in my first blog. It is reasonably priced for 4 theme options to cater to blog, magazines and business portfolios. All four themes come with unlimited support which is a prerequisite while starting a new blog.

To make your website a marketing tool for your services, you can set your homepage as a static page describing you and your offerings. It will make your site will look professional and appeal to your potential clients — whether they’re there just to read some of your latest posts or hire you for their project.

An important anecdote to keep in mind is that whatever you do, your theme should be “responsive,” which means it automatically adjusts to look good on any device. A major chunk of the traffic comes through mobile devices, hence it is pertinent that blog aesthetics remain spot on.

7) Write your blog pages

Starting a blog doesn’t mean there will be no static pages. (“Pages” are different from “posts,” as they communicate your goals and intentions for the website whereas “posts” are the daily/weekly/monthly entries you publish on your blog talking about the things that you want..)

Here are some pages you may want to create:

About

The about page is one of the most-viewed pages on blogs, so don’t neglect it. It should ideally include a professional headshot and brief bio of yourself, and explain your reason for blogging and why the reader should care. What do you offer and What makes you an expert in the field?

Contact

You will need a Contact page for your readers or potential clients to get in touch with you.

The contact page needs to simple and actionable for the users. A contact form with name, email and text should do the job well but you should avoid putting-in complete emails here to just be aware of spambots. There is a workaround though, you can use a contact form plugin, which we’ll link to below, or you can simply write something like “yourname AT yoursite DOT com.”

Portfolio

When you’ve got it, flaunt it! Show your prospective clients and readers why you deserve their time and attention with your past and present work.

To give you an example, check out one of my personal favourites here.

 

Work with me

Like we already mentioned, if the goal of the blog is to sell your services, “Work with me” page is an absolute essential. It is supposed to tell your audience how you’re going to help them in crisp and clear words. You could even curate a list of packages of different services like Lisa Rowan.

Once your essential pages are all set up, make sure they’re easily accessible from the home page. You may need to adjust your menus if they aren’t showing up.

8) Install plugins

Plugins make life easier for everybody, but especially those of us who aren’t very comfortable with the technical side of things. You can think of them as apps for your blog; they’re free tools at your disposal to do a range of stuff.

But beware that having lots of plugins can undermine the loading time, functionality and in some cases, the security of your blog. There are a few that we recommend everyone look into:

Contact Form 7: This frequently updated and much-reviewed plugin lets you build a contact form for your website which your clients or readers can use to get in touch with you. You should avoid putting in your email out there and use this plugin.

Hello Bar: Whether you want your readers to sign up for your free newsletter? Or you want to announce the launch of your latest service or Ebook? Hello Bar lets you make an attractive banner for the top of your blog.

Simple Social Buttons: These share buttons encourage the users to share your blog or profile if they like it. There are many other options available. The goal is to make it easier for your audience to share your work.

Google Analytics Dashboard: This essential plugin lets you understand what are the most viewed posts or pages on your website and how is your audience reaching you.

WP Super Cache: It might not look like a super cool plugin, but is still essential. It allows the website to load faster which could be very pleasing for both your readers and your clients.

Yoast SEO: One of the most important plugins out there. This SEO plugin helps you optimize your posts to receive organic traffic from search engines.

9) Install widgets

More often than not, your theme would have sidebars. It is time to jazz up those sidebars with some widgets. Having said that said, keep in mind that minimalist look is in — so try not to overdo your sidebars.

Here are some ideas for you to consider:

About box

You’ve probably come across this in 80% of the blogs you visit; it’s a little box, usually placed in the upper right-hand corner welcoming you to the site.

Social media icons

Allow keep it easy for your readers to follow you on social media by keeping a list of social media icons in the sidebar. Most of the times, it is a part of the widgets that a theme offers.

Popular posts

Once you’ve spent some time writing and there are few posts on your blog, you might want to highlight the popular posts with a simple widget to your readers.

  1. Purchase backup software

A very important and usually ignored step. you’ll do good to not ignore it even if you don’t have content yet! It’s even better and advisable to install this software before you start blogging.

There are free options out there, but I would recommend not take chances with those. Other paid (and worth their costs) are popular backup options such as VaultPress, BackupBuddy and blogVault.

  1. Start your email list

You should start collecting Emails even before you’ve anything to send. The best way to motivate people to sign up for your newsletter is by offering something tangible – like a free ebook or resource.

 

My personal favourite and probably the most popular email newsletter platform is Mailchimp. What better than an intuitive and fun newsletter. But it gets better – Mailchimp is absolutely free for up to 2,000 subscribers. There are many tools to choose from, though; here are a few more options for building your email list.

 

10) Write, Write, Write!

Now since you’ve now started a blog, you’re going to need words on the site. This is where you start writing.

You should avoid thinking of your blog as a side thing, which is why 95% of the blogs fail. You need to create an editorial calendar and you need to stick to a schedule – even if it is just you writing.

You must plan your posts. It’s also a good way to assess your posts and tweak your content strategy. Now think – What do you want to write about?

There are certain things to keep in mind while writing for the web as opposed to writing for print. On the web, a conversational tone is what works best, use “you” phrases to speak to the reader like this post and break up a lengthy text with bullet points and sub-headers to increase readability. Always, keep SEO in mind (remember Yoast SEO plugin we talked about?), and grab a header photo from sites like Unsplash and Pexels to make your posts more appealing.

11) Promote!

Well done on getting here. You’ve reached the last part of this guide! Now that it’s been a while that you’ve started writing, it is time to get readers. And this is not to scare you but they crude reality is that this part is the most time-consuming aspect of blogging.

Guest posting is one of the time tested methods of getting quality traffic. You can also post or repost on platforms like Medium to get more readers, or you can search for active groups in your niche on social media portals like Facebook. But before you go on posting links, make sure you’re adding value to the conversations — and not spamming people with your URL.

In the current age that we are living in, no one can discredit the role Social media can play in reaching out to the right audience. It is indeed a great way to grow your audience but instead of merely shouting about your blog from the rooftops, be sure to engage with editors, interact with other writers and bloggers, too. Look out for ways to support them when and where you can and hopefully, they’ll do the same for you!

In the end, a successful blog is created with hard work and consistency (and some blood and sweat). The idea should not be to make money outrightly but keep posting helpful and engaging content for your audience, keep optimizing it for SEO and sharing it with your networks — and soon you’ll find your blog gaining traction.

Congratulations, with that, you’ve now successfully become a blogger.

 

How to Choose Your Affiliate Niche
Do what you love.
That’s a pretty good advice, one that you would do well to keep in mind when you’re selecting your affiliate niche.
After all, if you’re not passionate about the product you’re promoting and knowledgeable about the niche you are doing business in, it will show in your content.
If there’s one thing that consumers can identify from a mile, it is uninspiring content. And if your content is dull and superfluous, viewers are not likely to engage with you a lot, which in turn will translate into fewer sales.
So, picking an affiliate niche that you like and know is crucial.
That said, it alone is not sufficient. You also need to make sure there’s a demand for what you’re promoting. Otherwise, your knowledge will go unused and your product recommendations unheard.
What else you must consider?
There’s one more thing you must take into account–and that’s competition. Picking a niche with an extremely high number of affiliate programs may not work to your advantage, even if that niche is known to you and is profitable.
For instance, Fashion and Travel are both profitable niches, but the latter has fewer number of affiliate programs. If you are passionate about both, you may want to consider entering the Travel niche solely because the competition is relatively less stiff there.
In short, your shortlisted niche should meet the following criteria:
 You must have interest and expertise in it
 The niche should be profitable
 Competition should be low
This brings us to the all-important question: How can you find such a niche?
Well, this is where this blog post fits into the picture. We’ll show you how to perform:
1. Niche Search – How to check if the selected niche is profitable. Plus what are your chances of beating the competition
2. Keyword Search – How to identify the right keywords people are searching in the chosen niche
So, let’s dive in.
Step 1 – Identify A Few Niche Ideas
Grab a pencil and paper and write down some niche ideas that you are comfortable with. There’s only one rule here: Don’t be too generic here.
Let’s say you know a lot about Windows and Windows optimization tool niche interests you.
However, this is a very broad category. Instead of listing it, narrow down your selection.
Think about the need you are going to satisfy? For example, if you want to help Windows users who’re facing Windows driver related issues, you can list the niche Windows Driver Update tool.
If you are targeting only Windows 10 users, you can further limit your niche idea to Windows 10 Driver Update tool.
You need to list at 5 – 8 niche ideas, because it is possible that some of them may not be profitable or have stiff competition.
Once you’ve the list ready, it’s time to move to the second step.
Note: For reference, I’ll be using the niche idea “Iyengar yoga props”.
Step 2 – Research Your Potential Niches
You will need to do a little research here. Thankfully, tools like Jaaxy or Google Adword Planner can provide you necessary information in a matter of a few seconds.
Select the tool you want to use and then enter the first niche idea and click the Search button.
In the search results page, check whether the selected niche idea has a minimum of 1500 searches a month. If the average monthly searches is lower than 1500, the niche is not very popular and hence not very lucrative.
In case your main niche isn’t profitable, check if other variants of the shortlisted keyword meets or exceeds the cut-off mark of 1500 monthly searches.
For instance, if my main niche idea, Iyengar Yoga props has fewer than 1500 monthly searches, I will check if other variations of my primary keyword, such as Iyengar Yoga India props, BKS Iyengar Yoga props, Geeta Iyengar Yoga props, etc., have at least that many monthly searches.
If yes, I’ll consider them instead.
When you are checking the monthly average searches for your listed business niches using a keyword tool, you should also note down other popular keywords related to them. This list will come handy when you sit down to write blog posts and other content.
For example, If I find that along with my main keyword, keywords like Iyengar Yoga India props, Iyengar Yoga equipment and Geeta Iyengar Yoga props are also frequently used to search for information related to the selected niche, I’ll note them too.
While writing content, I’ll target these keywords, besides my principal keyword.
Step 3 – Check Competition
Once you’ve the name of the niches that are reasonably popular, it’s time to check how competitive they are.
Again, you’ll need a tool to get this data. You can use domain authority checker. It tells you Page Authority of a webpage, among other things, at a single click.
At this point in time, you may be wondering, “What is Page Authority and how is it relevant?”
Page Authority tells you the ability of a particular webpage to rank in Google. A webpage’s Page Authority is measured on a scale of 0 to 100. The lower the score, the less chances the page has to be ranked in search engines.
If some of your the top 10 results for your keyword in Google search have mediocre Page Authority score, there’s a good chance that you can rank your site on the first page of Google search result page relatively quickly by following good SEO practices.
So how can you know the Page Authority score of your competitors?
Run a Google search using a keyword. Now copy the first URL of the first site on the results page. Paste it into the tool you are using for checking the Page Authority and press the Enter Key. If Page Authority is 30 or lower, things are in your favor.
Now repeat this exercise for other 9 pages listed in the Google search result page. In case, three or more ranked pages have Page Authority of 30 or less, you’ve have a strong possibility of achieving the first-page rank for that particular keyword.
Step 3 – Do Keyword Research
You must identify at least 10 keywords for your content.
You may already have noted a few while searching the profitability of your niche. Now you need to identify some more.
Open your keyword tool and enter a term or a phrase related to your niche and click the Search button.
The keyword tool is most likely to throw substantially more results than 10, but every keyword in the list may not be worth targeting.
You need to pick keywords that online users frequently use to search for information. I recommend you not to bother yourself with any keyword that has fewer than 40 monthly searchers.
Another thing you must take into consideration is QSR, which stands for Quoted Search Results. It give you a precise idea about the number of competition pages present in Google for a specific keyword.
I recommend you pick keywords with QSR score of fewer than 400. The Keyword tool Jaaxy gives you QSR and monthly searches for every keyword that appears in the result list.
Here’s an example to help you understand better.
When I feed my primary keyword Iyengar Yoga props, I get related keywords such as Iyengar Yoga equipment, Iyengar Yoga DVD, Iyengar Yoga New York, Iyengar Yoga book, etc.
I’ll sift through the list and pick at least 10 such keywords with a minimum of 40 monthly searches and QSR of under 400.
Once you have noted 10 keywords with a minimum of 40 monthly searches and QSR of less than 400 for every affiliate niche, you’re ready to jump to the last step.
Step 4 – Analyze the collected data and choose your affiliate niche
You’re now ready to pick the most suitable affiliate niche. As you’ve all the necessary information with you, this won’t take more than a few minutes.
Go through the data and pick niches with the solid numbers (1,500+ searches, low competition) and at least 10 other keywords. Look at the niches that meet this criteria and choose the one about which you are most passionate and have best knowledge.
I will use my example to make things clearer. Let’s say, this is how my list looks after research.
 Iyengar Yoga Props – 3000 monthly searches, 4 pages in top 10 results on Google search page with Page Authority of 30 or lower. 10 or more related keywords with monthly searches of 40 or more and QSR of 400 or less.
 Iyengar Yoga Equipment – 1800 monthly searches, 2 pages in top 10 results on Google search page with Page Authority of 30 or lower. 10 or more related keywords with monthly searches of 40 or more and QSR of 400 or less.
 Geeta Iyengar Yoga Props – 650 monthly searches, 5 pages in top 10 results on Google search page with Page Authority of 30 or lower. Eight keywords with monthly searches of 40 or more and QSR of 400 or less.
So, which one of these should I pick? Iyengar Yoga Props?
Yes, you got it right. This is the one I like most, and it has great numbers all round, too.
Conclusion
You should pick an affiliate niche that interests you, is profitable and have relatively less competition. With help of the tips listed in this article, you can easily identify such a niche.

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How to Choose Your Affiliate Niche

 

Do what you love. 

That’s a pretty good advice, one that you would do well to keep in mind when you’re selecting your affiliate niche.

After all, if you’re not passionate about the product you’re promoting and knowledgeable about the niche you are doing business in, it will show in your content.

If there’s one thing that consumers can identify from a mile, it is uninspiring content. And if your content is dull and superfluous, viewers are not likely to engage with you a lot, which in turn will translate into fewer sales.

So, picking an affiliate niche that you like and know is crucial.

That said, it alone is not sufficient. You also need to make sure there’s a demand for what you’re promoting. Otherwise, your knowledge will go unused and your product recommendations unheard.

What else you must consider?

There’s one more thing you must take into account–and that’s competition. Picking a niche with an extremely high number of affiliate programs may not work to your advantage, even if that niche is known to you and is profitable.

For instance, Fashion and Travel are both profitable niches, but the latter has fewer number of affiliate programs.  If you are passionate about both, you may want to consider entering the Travel niche solely because the competition is relatively less stiff there.

In short, your shortlisted niche should meet the following criteria:

  • You must have interest and expertise in it
  • The niche should be profitable
  • Competition should be low

 

This brings us to the all-important question: How can you find such a niche?

Well, this is where this blog post fits into the picture. We’ll show you how to perform:

  1. Niche Search – How to check if the selected niche is profitable. Plus what are your chances of beating the competition
  2. Keyword Search – How to identify the right keywords people are searching in the chosen niche

 

So, let’s dive in.

Step 1 – Identify A Few Niche Ideas

Grab a pencil and paper and write down some niche ideas that you are comfortable with. There’s only one rule here: Don’t be too generic here.

Let’s say you know a lot about Windows and Windows optimization tool niche interests you.

However, this is a very broad category. Instead of listing it, narrow down your selection.

Think about the need you are going to satisfy? For example, if you want to help Windows users who’re facing Windows driver related issues, you can list the niche Windows Driver Update tool.

If you are targeting only Windows 10 users, you can further limit your niche idea to Windows 10 Driver Update tool.

You need to list at 5 – 8 niche ideas, because it is possible that some of them may not be profitable or have stiff competition.

Once you’ve the list ready, it’s time to move to the second step.

Note: For reference, I’ll be using the niche idea “Iyengar yoga props”.

Step 2 – Research Your Potential Niches

You will need to do a little research here. Thankfully, tools like Jaaxy or Google Adword Planner can provide you necessary information in a matter of a few seconds.

Select the tool you want to use and then enter the first niche idea and click the Search button.

In the search results page, check whether the selected niche idea has a minimum of 1500 searches a month. If the average monthly searches is lower than 1500, the niche is not very popular and hence not very lucrative.

In case your main niche isn’t profitable, check if other variants of the shortlisted keyword meets or exceeds the cut-off mark of 1500 monthly searches.

For instance, if my main niche idea, Iyengar Yoga props has fewer than 1500 monthly searches, I will check if other variations of my primary keyword, such as Iyengar Yoga India props, BKS Iyengar Yoga props, Geeta Iyengar Yoga props, etc., have at least that many monthly searches.

If yes, I’ll consider them instead.

When you are checking the monthly average searches for your listed business niches using a keyword tool, you should also note down other popular keywords related to them. This list will come handy when you sit down to write blog posts and other content.

For example, If I find that along with my main keyword, keywords like Iyengar Yoga India props, Iyengar Yoga equipment and Geeta Iyengar Yoga props are also frequently used to search for information related to the selected niche, I’ll note them too.

While writing content, I’ll target these keywords, besides my principal keyword.

Step 3 – Check Competition

Once you’ve the name of the niches that are reasonably popular, it’s time to check how competitive they are.

Again, you’ll need a tool to get this data. You can use domain authority checker. It tells you Page Authority of a webpage, among other things, at a single click.

At this point in time, you may be wondering, “What is Page Authority and how is it relevant?”

Page Authority tells you the ability of a particular webpage to rank in Google. A webpage’s Page Authority is measured on a scale of 0 to 100. The lower the score, the less chances the page has to be ranked in search engines.

If some of your the top 10 results for your keyword in Google search have mediocre Page Authority score, there’s a good chance that you can rank your site on the first page of Google search result page relatively quickly by following good SEO practices.

So how can you know the Page Authority score of your competitors?

Run a Google search using a keyword. Now copy the first URL of the first site on the results page. Paste it into the tool you are using for checking the Page Authority and press the Enter Key. If Page Authority is 30 or lower, things are in your favor.

Now repeat this exercise for other 9 pages listed in the Google search result page. In case, three or more ranked pages have Page Authority of 30 or less, you’ve have a strong possibility of achieving the first-page rank for that particular keyword.

Step 3 – Do Keyword Research

You must identify at least 10 keywords for your content.

You may already have noted a few while searching the profitability of your niche. Now you need to identify some more.

Open your keyword tool and enter a term or a phrase related to your niche and click the Search button.

The keyword tool is most likely to throw substantially more results than 10, but every keyword in the list may not be worth targeting.

You need to pick keywords that online users frequently use to search for information. I recommend you not to bother yourself with any keyword that has fewer than 40 monthly searchers.

Another thing you must take into consideration is QSR, which stands for Quoted Search Results. It give you a precise idea about the number of competition pages present in Google for a specific keyword.

I recommend you pick keywords with QSR score of fewer than 400. The Keyword tool Jaaxy gives you QSR and monthly searches for every keyword that appears in the result list.

Here’s an example to help you understand better.

When I feed my primary keyword Iyengar Yoga props, I get related keywords such as Iyengar Yoga equipment, Iyengar Yoga DVD, Iyengar Yoga New York, Iyengar Yoga book, etc.

I’ll sift through the list and pick at least 10 such keywords with  a minimum of 40 monthly searches and QSR of under 400.

Once you have noted 10 keywords with a minimum of 40 monthly searches and QSR of less than 400 for every affiliate niche, you’re ready to jump to the last step.

Step 4 – Analyze the collected data and choose your affiliate niche

You’re now ready to pick the most suitable affiliate niche. As you’ve all the necessary information with you, this won’t take more than a few minutes.

Go through the data and pick niches with the solid numbers (1,500+ searches, low competition) and at least 10 other keywords. Look at the niches that meet this criteria and choose the one about which you are most passionate and have best knowledge.

I will use my example to make things clearer. Let’s say, this is how my list looks after research.

  • Iyengar Yoga Props – 3000 monthly searches, 4 pages in top 10 results on Google search page with Page Authority of 30 or lower. 10 or more related keywords with monthly searches of 40 or more and QSR of 400 or less.
  • Iyengar Yoga Equipment – 1800 monthly searches, 2 pages in top 10 results on Google search page with Page Authority of 30 or lower. 10 or more related keywords with monthly searches of 40 or more and QSR of 400 or less.
  • Geeta Iyengar Yoga Props – 650 monthly searches, 5 pages in top 10 results on Google search page with Page Authority of 30 or lower. Eight keywords with monthly searches of 40 or more and QSR of 400 or less.

 

So, which one of these should I pick? Iyengar Yoga Props?

Yes, you got it right. This is the one I like most, and it has great numbers all round, too.

Conclusion

You should pick an affiliate niche that interests you, is profitable and have relatively less competition. With help of the tips listed in this article, you can easily identify such a niche.

 

 

 

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