How to start a blog on the fly.
1) The Da Vinci
Whether for a business, activism, or leisure, your website needs a name, a logo, and a look. Unless you’re a Jack (or Jane) of all said trades, you’re going to need some help. If you need a vector artist, article writer/publisher, search engine optimization (SEO) specialist, backlinks creator, audio/video editor, and so much more, click the green link below and sign up for free. Have a look around. You’ll thank me later.
If you are a complete newbie, go with the Pro, they’ll do everything for you. Just negotiate. Else wise, you can piecemeal your site together with a little help from experienced people at a fraction of the cost and time. Always make sure you know who you are dealing with and that they have at least 20 five star reviews. Anything less draws rightful suspicion. However, this site works as an escrow, so your payment isn’t processed until you are satisfied with the work done, and in certain cases, get a refund.
2) The Host
I hope you took the time to sign up with the link above, but next, we’re talking hosting. To get started, a shared hosting plan is perfect. For just a few dollars a month, you can get started blogging and writing articles. Pick your domain name and the plan that works for you. My personal preference is a server with Solid State Hard drives. This will reduce latency in server time. These are currently the fastest servers I can find.
3) The Shakespear
Once you have right domain name, it’s time to look at themes. A good programmer can spend weeks, if not months, creating a custom website. Thankfully, we don’t have to reinvent the wheel. Simply find a ready made Wordpress theme and save yourself from having to learn how to code. Once installed, it’s basically like setting up a Facebook page. Super easy, and if not, refer to #1.
The Idea Person
Now, you’re ready to write a blog in what we call “magazine style”. You can practice here, between body tags. This style attracts attention to key points for time saving. It’s very easy, it’s simply a header, then a paragraph. Here’s what that looks like in code:
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