SiteGround is one of the most prominent figures in the hosting industry, especially on the WordPress end of things. If you’re thinking about starting a blog, you’ve probably come across the name once or twice. They’re one of the most WordPress-friendly hosts in existence. They’re even one of the few hosts WordPress recommends themselves.
Learning how to start a blog can be an intimidating task to undertake, but isn’t all that bad once you the get ball rolling. Plus, it’s worth working through all of the technical bits that need to be put in place while setting up a blog. Blogging provides an easy way for just about anyone to start their own business, and it’s one of the most effective forms of content marketing you can implement. However, convincing you to start a blog isn’t the focus of this article.
Choosing a blog name and registering a domain are among the first steps you’ll take when launching a new blog. While you can most certainly go with a working title until you come up with a decent name, you can’t actually build your website until you register a domain, so you may as well kill two birds with one stone by naming them after one another. In this post, I’m going to help you do just that.
Defining your niche should be the very first thing you do when you create a blog. It doesn’t always happen that way, however. Some bloggers simply set up a website and start firing away creating post after post without ever giving a second thought as to which blog niche they should target, and that’s totally fine. What matters is that each and every blog finds and defines their blogging niche at some point in time. In this post, I’m going to walk you through the process of finding your blog niche.
Hey, guys! The homepage of long-tail keyword tool Ubersuggest updated on Friday, and it’s a pretty sweet release given the lack of inaccurate search volume data that exists in the current version of Google Keyword Planner. This update includes the Read more…