by Cheval John
I want to tell everyone that I will be accepting guest post to be featured here for the first Saturday of every month starting today.
So if you are interested in guest posting, you can send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Today’s guest post is from Sarah Smith, who is a blogger and is the promoter for Karen Evans of startbloggingonline.com.
Sarah put together this infographic about the basics of blogging
You can follow them on Twitter @startblog101.
Without further ado, here is Sarah
No matter how easy blogging seems to be for many, the journey to coming up with your own can actually be a challenge. In fact, you will realize the demands and blockades arise when you actually begin doing your blog. In short, blogging surely has its own birth pains and every blogger learns from his or her mistakes.
As you learn along the way you will realize that it is also important to minimize the mistakes you commit as much as you can. Hence, it can be helpful to know the most common mistakes that beginning bloggers are prone to commit. Besides it can be so helpful and time-saving to take advice from those who have gone through the same beginner path as you plan to do.
Some of these mistakes you can avoid ahead of time as you start your blogging journey include trying to be perfect and failing to promote your site. Others also commit the misstep of wanting to save money by getting a free website without realizing that you would still end up getting a domain and host account in the near future.
It is about time to show the world what you are capable of writing and sharing through a blog. Besides, if you are not going to start now, then when? Decide to be consistent with your own comfortable blog work schedule and begin today.
Check out this practically made infographic that will help you get started as a blogger without getting to commit the most common mistakes you are most likely to encounter along the way:
By Cheval John
#NaNoWriMo2016 is an annual challenge for aspiring authors to blog a book in 30 days during the month of November.
About two years ago, I participated in the #nanowrimo challenge and blog my second book, “8 Lessons Every Podcaster Needs To Learn,*” which became an Amazon Best-Seller.
I decided that since the Super Bowl 51 will be occurring here in Houston next year, I wanted to write a book that will be beneficial for an estimated 1 million people who will be visited the fourth largest city in the USA.
Since many will be going out to eat during the Super Bowl, I decided to blog about the top food and coffee restaurants that are locally based in Houston that most people don’t know about.
I know that once people check out these local restaurants, they will truly fall in love with the hidden food and hospitality scene that Houston has to offer.
So to keep up with this challenge, you can subscribe to this website to see the preview about the restaurants of houston and even help me decide the name of this book.
*That is my second book connected to Amazon