How many times have you clicked on an article because you were curious to find out what it was about? The click-bait articles that are plastered all over the internet are created to lure you in and get you to click on them, but should they be banned? Click here to find out why so many people think clickbait is ruining the internet.
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getting started with blogs
Creating a blog can seem like a difficult task, but there are some simple steps that you can take to make the process as painless as possible. Let’s walk through how to get started with blogs and start promoting your content in a way that is meaningful for you.
setting up your blog
To write a blog post you will need to setup an account on WordPress. First, head over to the WordPress website and click on Get Started Now Once there, fill out the Create Your Site form as detailed below
tools you can use
The first step to clicking the link in this post is downloading Google Chrome. After that, go to the google toolbar, click on Settings and then click Extensions. To do this all quickly, just press Ctrl + Shift + E.
Once you get to Settings > Extensions, find a browser called Click Detector and install it by clicking on Add to Chrome. Now restart your browser (use Ctrl+R) and find Click Detector > click here for instructions.
why should you get one?
If you need a reason to click here, well the best one is because you clicked here. The second best reason is because I’m telling you to click on this sentence. If that doesn’t work, try scrolling down and there might be something interesting near the bottom of the page.
how will you attract visitors?
You have to have an idea in order to create a successful blog. The most popular blogs out there do not share every detail of their lives with the world, but instead take something that many people are already interested in and inform and educate them about it.
The more you can turn your blog into a community for readers, the better chance you’ll have at keeping your audience coming back for more.
Engage with other bloggers and share posts from around the web.
if no one reads it, what’s the point?
First off, in the current digital era, it is less about how many people are reading your blog post. The true measure of your success is about how many people click on your post to read it. This is true for the vast majority of digital advertising platforms out there (like Google AdWords or Facebook Advertising). Second, if you want more readers to read your posts, you need to share it with a larger audience.
3 Mistakes That Will Kill Your Motivation (and How to Avoid Them)
In the first chapter of my upcoming book The Productivity Project, I describe my experiment to test the most common excuses people use for not doing productive work. Among other strategies, I kept careful track of every time a task seemed too difficult, too boring, or that it might make me feel like a failure. What I discovered was that when any of these thoughts occurred—even if they were fleeting—my motivation plummeted. It became far easier to talk myself out of completing a project than it did to finish one.
Being on the Internet feels like it can be an overwhelming experience. There are a lot of options and sources to choose from, so it’s hard to know where to start and what you should do next. Even seasoned Internet users still have moments where they have no idea what they’re looking for, or don’t know how to use a particular site. That’s why I think everyone needs a personal digital coach – someone who will help guide them through unfamiliar territory and show them all the interesting things that are out there.