If you have ever wondered how to start a blog, you are in luck because that is exactly what I am going to show you today.
20 minutes is all you need to start a blog, and you DON’T need any knowledge of HTML, coding, or graphics design. When you decide to start a blog, and begin to look into everything involved, you may become frustrated or overwhelmed. The best thing to do is start fresh and break up the steps into a more manageable process.
Blogging is quickly becoming one of the best and most popular outlets of communication. A blog allows you to share information, share ideas and spread knowledge to a large audience of people and you can customize your blog in any way you see fit in order to become noticed and gain popularity in the niche of your choosing.
Blogging allows you to become a better writer, a better person, and you can even make money in the process if you follow all the steps and dedicate your time and resources to your success.
I will walk you through the whole process in a moment, but first, let me tell you my story…
Four years ago, I didn’t know the slightest thing about how to start a blog. Greatly excited by the prospect of creating a blog of my own, I went ahead to register my first blog domain name.
Then, I became confused. I didn’t know what to do next. I struggled for 18 days, invested time and energy to understand the new “blog,” checking Google for stuff like “how to create blog” without grasping anything.
Everything I found seemed technical. I got frustrated.
In despair, I abandoned the new blog domain name for… 6 months.
Then, I went back to the previous domain name, having eventually learnt that I needed not just a domain name, but also a hosting account to open a blog.
So… I started my first blog and struggled with each step because I had no one to guide me. You can set up a blog in 20 minutes, but it took me six months the first time out.
Over the years, I’ve learnt a lot about blogging, and I’ve set up many successful blogs for myself. I’ve also shown thousands of people how to create a blog of their own, by themselves. I know what best practices to use and the mistakes to avoid.
I want to help you avoid all the pains I endured.
Benjamin Franklin said, and true are his words:
“Experience is a hard master, but fools will have no other.”
So, learn from history, not experience. I will tell you how to make a blog that will succeed so that you can forget everything else.