Yes, I said 2021 because I see the future or maybe because I just want to write a guide to help you think ahead. Yes, 2020 has not ended and you can still apply these guides to help you get your blog off the ground.
Blogging may not really be a full time job for you just as it is not a full time for me right now but you must trust that blogging is a side hustle which can even pay as much as your 9 to 5 job and help you create a passive income in this part of the world where no amount of income is ever enough.
Maybe you’ve seen those people who make a living blogging about their passion and want to join the winning party. Or maybe you just love the idea of being able to share your thoughts with people all over the world.
Yes! Because the internet holds a large mass of individuals who sleep and wake up with answers on their mind. Several persons who need help and guides on certain problems and challenges and you know what?
This is why you exist; you exist to provide a perspective and help bring relief to these troubled minds. What better to reach out to as many as possible if not through blogging about it?
Whatever your reasons are, blogging is a great idea.
In this detailed post, I’ll walk you through the A-Z of starting a blog, followed through with screengrabs and easy steps so you can follow through no matter your level and techie ignorant you are.
Let’s just jump right into this tutorial already. You will learn how to start a profitable blog in 7 easy steps and set up a running blog in few minutes.
- What you should know about blogging in 2021
- Questions I get everyday about starting a blog
- A step by step guide to starting a blog in 2021
- Choose a Blogging Platform
- Choose A Domain Name
- Get A Web Hosting
- Set Up WordPress on Your New SiteGround Hosting
- Start with Installing SSL
- Now Install WordPress
- Install a Template
- Add Essential Plugins
- Install and Activate Essential Plugins
- Build Your Email List
- Open a Pinterest Account and Start Pinning
- Create Mahd Content
What you should know about blogging in 2021
Several persons are still sitting on the fence as far as the issue of blogging is concerned, they wonder back and forth on whether to start a blog or just continue writing on Facebook and Instagram while waiting for a miracle to happen. I wrote extensively in this article here on five reasons why you should start a blog. Do well to read it after this one to get into the right mindset.
Before I started blogging, I made it clear to myself that I was not going to be one of those lonesome bloggers who just carry a broken recorder up and down to get dirty scoops on people for money and AdSense alone.
I discovered that each time I told people, I was a blogger, they either closed their mouth or shifted away but not without making a sad statement like “I’m scared of bloggers oo, they are joy killers and gossips”. Well, either those people, are just being funny or ridiculously ignorant.
Hence, I began to wonder, when blogging became a pitiable venture for Nigerians to endear such gruesome name callings. I studied about blogging for close to two years; writing notes, listening to podcasts and YouTube talks from people like Pat Flynn and Neil Patel.
The sad reality was when I googled how to start a blog that makes money in Nigeria and discovered that no Nigerian blog had sufficient information to pass across beyond google AdSense and adverts. Either they were hoarding information or just pure ignorant until I came across Esther Adeniyi blog and she was just a pure darling documenting and helping newbie bloggers like myself.
The first time one of my blog posts ranked on google, I was over the moon and couldn’t stop screaming my head off because It want not log I kicked off that blog and in few months, I was already ranking. Now, imagine if that keyword was monetized by me, which means double joy as companies will kill to have a ranking blog write sponsored ads for them or be their affiliate. So, you see the long talk about mindset applies to you if you must start a profitable blog
Questions I get everyday about starting a blog
I’m sure you probably have these questions bouncing off the pillars of your heart and that could be the reason you’re still going back and forth on the decision to actually kick off this adventure. Let me clear few of your doubts.
In fact, these are some common questions that almost every beginning blogger asks, which is why I’m going to give you the answers upfront so that you know exactly what to expect from this process!
- How long does it take to start a blog? It’s pretty easier than you think, do you have 30 minutes to spare? Then, you’re well off on your way to a great blogging experience
- Is it expensive to start a blog? Nope! Blogging on a paid platform isn’t 100% free, you can start a blog if you have 25000 to 30000 naira only
- Can’t I just use one of those free platforms to start a blog? Have you ever seen a company holder who looks for a free land to build a million dollar complex? Unless you just want to blog for fun, yes you are free to totally blog on free platform. However, if you want to make money from your blog and protect your content; then you have to take it serious and get a paid platform.
- Do I need to be techie to start a blog? Nope! As long as you feel comfortable using a computer and browsing the Internet, you should have no trouble starting your own blog.
- But I don’t have a laptop? What do you have in your hands? A smart phone or tablet right? Does it have connection to the internet? I know a couple of persons who still blog till date using their smartphone alone. Laptop makes it easier but then smartphone fills in the gap. Hey! You got no excuse.
- Well, I’m not really a great writer, blogging is for professional writers only-Excuse me? Says who? You don’t even have to be a great writer or a pro to start blogging. Can you write your name? Then you can write. I’m not about to go all motivational on you but the truth is that except you can’t speak then you can’t write. Remind me to write an extensive blog post for you if you don’t know how to twine phrases and sentences together.
A step by step guide to starting a blog in 2021
Now that we’ve crossed all Ts and dotted the Is, I believe that we can now jump into the most important aspect of this whole exercise. Some impatient ones like myself may have skipped ahead to jump right into the steps for a great blogging experience, I see you and I’m marking your face in the spirit. Awon lazy readers geng!
We will go through a couple of basic things to get yourself acquainted with the world of blogging
I want to give you a quick rundown of what you need for the techie aspect of blogging in 2021
- Choose your profitable niche
- Choose a domain name
- Choose your hosting plan
- Choose a blogging platform
- Install WordPress
- Install a theme
- Start blogging
What should I blog about? aka Choosing a niche
When the call for blogging came to me, the willingness to start was also there and the finance was readily available from my first salary. I knew I had to start off since nothing else was holding me back. The ultimate question came knocking at my door and almost pushed me down to square one.
The question of what to blog about. I was a bit handy with Pinterest and google. So, I rushed up online and typed the keywords: what should I blog about? I was given an overwhelming list of about 100 niches and topics to blog about.
One day, someone asked me what niche of blogging I was into and I couldn’t answer because I didn’t even know anything on niching.
In blogging, a niche is typically thought of as a specific area in which a blogger specializes. Their content relates to this particular subject matter and is considered high-quality and authoritative on the topic. Not every blog has a niche, and there is some debate over whether or not a blog must stick to a specific niche in order to be successful.
However, it is generally acknowledged that niches provide some useful qualities to blog sites.
First, a niche focuses your blog’s content. If you decide to just write about any subject that comes to mind, your blog can become somewhat chaotic. Visitors may not be able to make sense of what your blog is ‘about,’ and this can impact your retention rates.
Scattered subject matter also makes it more difficult to build a dedicated audience. Visitors typically make their way to blogs looking for information on a certain topic. If your blog covers many areas, it will be harder to encourage first-time readers to engage with additional posts that may not be relevant to their interests.
There is a huge consequence for not niching down.
The internet space isn’t the way it used to be then when you could start off scooping dirty gist on people. Then, blog about it to gain popularity or just write anything you wake up to. The google updates makes it a little difficult to survive when you don’t have a specific thing you talk about.
You risk putting your readers off and sending away to other focused individuals who are authorities in the field they need adequate information on.
Understand this, you not only blog because you are an authority in a field, you start blogging with the little information you have and then grow from there. I don’t mean steal from others to mask your authority and expertise. The question is are you willing to grow? How bad do you want to be a successful blogger?
Finding your perfect niche is a balancing act between three different factors:
- How passionate you are about the topic
- How passionate other people are about the topic
- Whether or not you can make money from the topic
- You pick a topic that you’re passionate about with digital or physical products that you can sell to make money…but no one else is interested in it
- You choose something lots of other people like but you’re not interested in, you’re going to struggle all the days of your blogging adventure ( You will get this point if you have ever been in a one sided love relationship) You zig and she zags…Kind of hard to be in
To help you narrow down, I’d be giving you four options to ruminate on and navigate your thought pattern. It’s a good way to get your blogging mindset on groove:
- What do you spend money on? This gives you a clear indication of what you need to know about yourself.
- What types of entertainment do you find interesting and you consume a lot
- What makes you angry or passionate
- Ask you friends or close associates on what to blog about-a lot of times other person sees our skills better than we do. People close to you understand what fires you up
How do you choose a blog niche that gets a ‘perfecto’ for all three criteria? Try honestly answering these three questions…
- Will I love writing about this one year and 50+ posts from now?
- Are there other people who want to read about this topic?
- Can I make money from this niche?
This bring me to the next point on the list.
The most challenge bloggers encounter is having too many ideas and finding it difficult to narrow down. I don’t advise newbies to have more than one blog at the same time. You got to start with one first of all then we can watch your strength. If you don’t run away which a lot of persons do when they discover that this business and commitment isn’t for them.
The trick around having too many ideas is to sort of find a common thread that brings them all together under an umbrella of uniformity. Take for example, you want to blog about fashion and travel and food all at once you need to start off first with one.
Let’s start with fashion first: what kind of fashion stories do you want to blog about -men, women or children even dogs; yeah, a lot of persons style their dogs). Now, you choose women, are you just going to talk about their clothes choices or will you add makeup to it as well?
I don’t know if you’re getting it at all. Then you can decide that you want to add travel guides and locations you have visited to it. Since you blog about fashion for women; the safe spot to blend your ideas; keep that uniformity going might be to write about fashion lifestyles of women.
Considering the countries or states that you have visited and then compare with one country or state and the other. That’s exactly how you bring your too many ideas together, make sure that you don’t start off blogging about hockey today.
Then, tomorrow you are blogging about food next tomorrow you write about parenting and vehicles or music…Excuse me? Even Albert Eisenstein can’t take that much information from one person. Your readers should be able to navigate from one topic on your website to the other.
Perhaps, still find interest in all of them without getting confused. On www.preciousoli.com, I blog about Christian women
It took me a space of a year and two years to decide what my readers had interest in reading and try to revolve around it to make sure that they are interested in all the subjects
The main focus is to find your passions, ask questions, check your lifestyle and spending then start blogging from there. Is it clear enough?
HOW PROFITABLE IS MY NICHE?
Another challenge is to find out if the niche you want to blog about is profitable at all. I see a lot of bloggers start blogging about topics they have little interest in just to make money and generate profit. While money is good, it shouldn’t be your first consideration.
You should be more concerned on blogging about a subject you want to write about-you can talk about it all day and not get tired at all. I have seen the so called unprofitable niches being handled by smart bloggers and they generate profit from it and even more.
The tip here is to be a smart blogger and develop strategies that will work for your niche. Regardless, I’ll show you how to find profitable niches you can blog about in this post here.
Carry out this task, ask your friends, look within, and track your spending and interests. Then, write down possible topics you want to blog about.
Choose a Blogging Platform
If you want to have a blog that makes money, get self-hosted WordPress. Meaning, you will need to buy a hosting and then install WordPress within your hosting.
Do not sign up for WordPress.com. That is NOT self-hosted and comes with a ton of limitations.
Instead, you will buy hosting, and then install WordPress within that hosting with a few clicks.
That’s it. That’s my recommendation, and to be honest,
Even this blog s hosted on WordPress as well 90% of all the websites online.
Why is WordPress the best platform to start a blog?
- It’s easy to use – WordPress is simple enough to use that even non-technical people can publish blog posts.
- It has a huge community – WordPress is so popular that it’s easy to find help if you ever run into issues.
- It’s easy to add functionality – Because of features like “themes” and “plugins”, it is incredibly easy to change how your blog looks and functions without needing any tech skills
There are actually two different platforms named “WordPress”:
- WordPress.org – This is what I recommend. It is often referred to as the self-hosted version.
- WordPress.com – This is a for-profit service that’s built on the open-source WordPress.org software.
WordPress.com lets you create a basic blog for free. But:
- You don’t have full control of your website, which means you never really 100% own your blog.
- It’s difficult to customize your website because you can’t access WordPress plugins or themes unless you pay for an expensive business plan.
- com puts some restrictions on how you can monetize your site.
With WordPress.org, you install the free WordPress software on your own web host, which means you’re 100% in control of your website. It’s a little more involved to get started with, but the payoff is definitely worth the extra effort.
Here’s the gospel truth: If you’re serious about your blog, using self-hosted WordPress.org is a better option than using WordPress.com.
Choose A Domain Name
Your domain name is what you want your blog to answer and be called. For e.g. my domain name is digital bloggers and creatives. It is what you will type in google box to find me with the extension.com of course.
Choosing a domain name is very critical and important to the world of blogging as you wouldn’t want your blog name to be forgotten in a pile of the names which your readers already know. You’re mistaken if you drown in the false world that you are the only writer on that subject which your target audience are searching for.
There are a million of blogs out there writing even more professionally than I do but why did I start my own blog on the same niche. Because I’m different? Nope! I started the same blog in the same niche to teach in my own unique way the same topics that a million others are teaching and to fill a gap in Nigeria blogging system.
You can call me the queen of blogging few years from now because I’ll be in your face until you give me that credit of smart blogging strategies. Hence the name digital bloggers and creatives came about because the blog is not meant for bloggers alone but creatives, digitalists and creators alike.
It’s a home for all except lazy humans who are seeking out for easy gold digging adventures. Sorry to burst your tiny bubbles, honey. Blogging isn’t here to pay your bills if you don’t pay the dues. Boom! I said what I said.
Now, to choose your domain name. I’ll give you a list of 5 factors to consider when you want to choose a domain name that will get stuck in your readers mind even if the name sounds weird at first.
I need you to understand that you are not alone in this hustle for a perfect domain name. Which is why we have a couple of domain name generators out there to help you get a good domain name for your blog. You can read my article on best domain name generators here. That way you don’t choose a name that is already in use or one that gets bounced off to another blog’s traffic.
When I wanted to start DBC academy bog, I first came up with smart bloggers and etc. but discovered that there was already a higher domain authority blog with the name smart blogger. Since I am a jealous lover, I wouldn’t want you to be lost in the arms of another fellow and steal my traffic.
As a sharp girl wey I be, I had to change the name while considering the objective to include every one and thank God for the wisdom to think of this great name, right?
- Choose a catchy name-Even if you forget my blog name, you can’t forget the acronym, right? The acronym will aid you to remember the name. You want a name that is catchy enough to stop people and keep them wondering how you managed to think of that name. Like kilode, how did she do it? It’s not magic, it is engaging your mind in a thought affair. Your blog name can be your own name like my faith blog bears my name.
- It should be easy to remember and short too– you don’t want to choose a name that is as length as great writers and digital entrepreneurs network and collaborationshub.com…Uncle, calm down small. Who’s going to remember that name? Me? Or someone else. Choose a name that sticks to memory
- Choose a name that delivers the message of your blog- Examples: Stupid simple SEO, Kingdom blogger, Digital bloggers and creatives, creatorialz. My faith blog bears my name and doesn’t deliver faith or anything but when you mention digital bloggers and creatives, the person stops to think; yes, this is totally for me as a creative and digital entrepreneur. If you are starting a food blog, help us to know immediately that it is a food blog. Of course, your blog can still gain prominence and fame that the name doesn’t really matter anymore but as a rule of thumb, choose a name that delivers your message immediately and convinces your customers to jump on the ship to Cannan.
- Choose a name based on what you do or who you are –It should be relevant to what you’re teaching/blogging about
- Use yourself as the name and face of your blog. Examples: Precious Oli, Isay Motor, Neil Patel. The thing about using your own name for your blog is that you’ll be the face of your business. Which isn’t good or bad, it just depends on how you want your audience to recognize your business
- You can also give your name a creative spin.
Lastly,pick a name that you like. And then brand your business so that it doesn’t even matter whether your blog’s name is obvious or not. But yes, it does help to have an easy-to-remember name
Purchase your domain name from Namecheap
Once you find a domain name that you like and is available, it’s time to buy it!
While it is possible to register a domain name directly through your web host, I don’t recommend this approach for a couple of reasons:
- It creates a single point of failure for your website because both your domain and web hosting are located at the same spot. This is bad for security.
- It makes it harder to move hosts, which you’ll likely want to do as your blog starts to grow in popularity.
Instead, I recommend a separate service called Namecheap because it’s:
- Secure – This is important because if someone ever gets access to your domain name, they have full control over your blog.
- Affordable – Namecheap only charges about 3500 naira to 4000 naira per year to register a .com domain
- Convenient – Registering at Namecheap means that you can easily control your domain name if you ever need to change something in the future.
Here’s how to buy your domain name:
Enter your chosen domain name in the search box:
Click the button to add it to your cart
Click View Cart to access your cart
Click Confirm Order and complete the checkout process
Once you pay, you now officially own your own domain name! Now, all you need to do is hook it up to some web hosting.
Get A Web Hosting
It’s time to build a house, right? We have a name for the mansion or empire depending what you want to build. Every house needs a land and a solid structure where people can come in to sit and chill after a stressful day. Your hosting is that solid structure where your blog readers and target audience find their resources. Hosting powers your website and houses your contents which happens to be the furniture.
Your domain name is the address to the house while the hosing is the powerhouse of the address. Without a hosting plan, there is no home for your domain name to shine forth. It is the engine house of your company.
I have two considerable and most preferred hosing companies which I recommend for all new bloggers. One is name cheap but the most preferred is siteground. Siteground is by far the best hosting platform for anyone especially for beginners and even advanced fellows. Bluehost offers a wide variety of plans but the deal breaker is that you need to have enough solid cash to pitch your tent with bluehost.
One year of SiteGround hosting starts with less than 30,000 naira for the whole year if you’re a brand new account holder. However, I strongly suggest you sign up for NOT the cheapest option, but the one above that (it’s called the GrowBig package).
Sign Up for SiteGround Hosting
Signing up for SiteGround is very easy!
- Head over to SiteGround.
- Choose your plan. SiteGround offers three shared hosting plans for WordPress users. 1.StartUp plan with basic features and functionalities. The GrowBig plan offers a whole bunch of other features including staging, whenever backup restore, enhanced security and performance. The GoGeek offers a web-solution that’s even faster than GrowBig.
- Once you choose a plan, the next screen will prompt you to pick your primary domain. In this step, you can register a new domain with SiteGround, or use one that you already own. Click “Proceed” after you’ve chosen your option.
- Review everything, and then click the “Pay Now” button to purchase your brand new SiteGround hosting plan!
Skip this step if you purchased your domain with SiteGround. However, if you own a domain from a different company, you’ll need to point your domain to SiteGround.
You can do so using nameservers or A records. I suggest using nameservers.
The pointing method is the same no matter which company you purchased your domain with. You’ll need to get the nameserver addresses (there are two of these) from SiteGround, and then edit your domain’s original nameservers to add the SiteGround nameservers.
While the method is the same, depending on the company you purchased your domain from, the interface to change nameservers may look different.
A popular company to purchase domains from is NameCheap (I purchase all my domains from NameCheap; I have a lot of domains so it’s easy to have them all in one platform that is separate from my SiteGround hosting account).
I will walk you through the domain pointing process for NameCheap. Even if you own your domain with someone else, you should still be able to utilize the same methods to point your third-party domain to SiteGround.
1. The first step is to get SiteGround’s nameservers.
Log into your SiteGround account. Click on “Websites” from the navigation bar, and then click on “Site Tools” under your website URL. See the image below.
On the next page, you’ll see the nameserver that you’ll be using on your third-party domain’s DNS settings. Note that the nameservers you see in the image below are likely not the same as the ones you’ll need to use. Use the ones you see on your account.
2. In the next step, you’ll need to log into your third-party domain company. I’m using NameCheap.
Log on to NameCheap, and then click on “Manage” next to the URL that you’re about to point to SiteGround.
On the following page, scroll down to where it gives you nameserver options. Choose “Custom Nameservers” from the dropdown, and add the SiteGround nameservers. Then, click on the green checkmark to save your new nameservers.
And that’s it. These new nameservers will now tell NameCheap to point to SiteGround instead of NameCheap.
Please note that nameserver changes may take a few hours to a whole day to take effect. Wait until the nameserver propagation is complete before you go on to the next steps.
Set Up WordPress on Your New SiteGround Hosting
Now that you’re ready to set up your WordPress blog, you may be tempted to just go and install WordPress. That’s all good and everything, but I want you to pay attention to this part because I want you to do things in a certain order. It will make life a lot easier for you in the long run.
Start with Installing SSL
SSL is what makes your URL https:// instead of http://
It’s important because, in layman’s terms, SSL makes the connection between a browser and server safe.
So, before installing WordPress, I want you to install an SSL certificate for your domain. It’s easy, let me show you how.
Go to your SiteGround account, click on “Websites”, and then click on “Site Tools” like before. And then, click on the three lines next to the SiteGround logo on top-left to show more options available to you.
From this list, click on “Security” to expand, and then click on “SSL Manager”.
In the following page, choose the SSL certificate from the drop-down (Let’s Encrypt, the first option is sufficient for most blogs), and then click on “Get”.
Now Install WordPress
Go back to the dashboard (you can access the dashboard for the selected domain from the options on the left panel which you can access by clicking the three lines next to the top-left SiteGround logo), and then click on “App manager”.
In the next window, choose the app to be installed from the drop-down. Choose WordPress as that’s what we’re installing.
When you select “WordPress”, more options will be shown to you. Fill out the fields and then click on “Install”.
A few notes on the fields to be filled out. If you want to WordPress to be installed in the main domain, leave the “Installation Path” blank. if you want your WordPress URL to be something like “https://mysite.com/blog”, then add “/blog” in the ‘Installation Path” field. Typically, you’d leave it blank.
Pick an admin username that is hard to guess. DO NOT use “admin” or your blog’s name as the username. Those are easy to guess and therefore, not safe for use.
Pick a password that is difficult to guess. I’d advise mixing uppercase letters, lowercase letters, numbers, and special characters.
Use a good email address that you have access to and you will check regularly.
And then, click “Install”.
Once it’s installed, you’ll be taken to the next page, and this page will have the link to your WordPress dashboard. Make note of it, better yet, bookmark it so you do not forget! This is where you’ll have to go for everything from now on. Whether you’re publishing a post, adding a page, no matter what you do, you’ll need to be on your dashboard.
Install a Template
Now it’s time to install a template. A template determines how your blog/website looks and performs. You must choose a good theme, that’s well coded, and from a reputable theme-foundry.
There is no shortage of free as well as paid, premium templates for WordPress. There are also site-builder plugins that you can use to create something completely unique.
First, you’ll need to log into your WordPress Dashboard. And then, to install a theme, go to Dashboard > Appearance > Themes, and then click on “Add New”. Follow the prompts to install the theme of choice, and then click on “Activate”.
Add Essential Plugins
Plugins are small packages of codes that add various features to your site.
If nothing else, plugins are what make WordPress worth the investment.
There are plenty of plugins for different things, and you’ll add them to your site as you need certain features. However, there are a few essential plugins that you should have on your WordPress blog.
First, let me start by showing you how to add a plugin.
To add a plugin, go to Dashboard > Plugins > Add New, and then, just like you did for templates, search for a plugin by its name. Once you see the plugin you need, Install, and then Activate it.
Now, here are the essential plugins you’ll need:
Install and Activate Essential Plugins
These are the absolute essential plugins any WordPress user needs. Make sure to install and activate these plugins as soon as possible
Anti-Spam – for detecting and filtering spam comments. (Free)
WordFence Security – for securing your website from brute-force attacks and malware. (Free)
Rank math – for policing SEO. (Free)
Smush is a free plugin for optimizing your images and reducing the size
Sassy Social Share – for sharing blog posts. (Free)
Edit Author Slug – When you click on a user, the link adds the user’s username as the slug. Which can be a huge security issue for most WordPress sites. Edit Author Slug helps you mask the username with a custom slug.
Monster insights – This plugin has revolutionized how you add Google Analytics and submit your site to Google’s Search Console.
I’ve been using a plugin called Classic Editor. Classic Editor replaces the Gutenberg editor even though I prefer the Gutenberg editor. You might prefer the classic editor because it’s much easier to use
Feel free to play with both editing platforms and see which you prefer.
Build Your Email List
Once you’ve covered step 8, your blog is ready. You can now sit down and start typing. Done! Your blog has been set up! Took a little more than 15 minutes, didn’t it?!
Wait, you’re not done yet!
You only just covered the basic technical side of things. As in, you’ve only taken care of the easy part!
The real blogging starts now!
First things first, you need to start building and growing your email list.
You have to do it as soon as possible. Listen, if you want to make money from your blog, then your priority should be to build this email list from day-1.
Here comes the next big investment. Sign up for Mailchimp – my recommended email marketing platform for bloggers. To grow an email list, you’ll need to create lots of freebies as opt-in incentives. And you’ll need different opt-in forms to collect emails for different freebies
Open a Pinterest Account and Start Pinning
Now you have a blog, and you have signed up for an email marketing platform. but you need to drive traffic, don’t you? For all new bloggers, the best way to drive traffic to your blog is with Pinterest.
Create Mahd Content
Now, of course, you need to start creating content. Just remember one thing. When you’re brand new, don’t worry too much about SEO and all that. Write a post with your readers in mind, not Google. Try to publish at least 2 blog posts a week to see better (and faster) results.
There are some basic SEO that you can practice from the start. These are some technical things that you can easily take care of.
Now, you’re ready! Feel free to ask me if you have any questions! Leave a comment below and I’ll do my best to respond!
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