Somehow, amateur bloggers tend to have no concern to brand their own blogs, and probably that is because they are using the default “Text Title” logo for their blog, if you want to make your blog unique from others then make a blog logo, it’s easy you won’t really need somewhat like a graphic designer to design your logo for you, all you need is to search for an Icon that reflects on what’s on your blog or what is your blog all about, then try to add some Text Beside it or something like changing the icon’s color and there you go! you have your own logo for your blog.

The quickest way to lose readers is not updating your blog frequently. You’ll gain repeat readers who will visit your blog regularly if you post often. If you only post once or twice a month, readers will quickly lose interest in your blog. Be consistent with your postings, whether you choose to post every day, every other day, or weekly, so your readers know they will always have something to look forward to when they visit your blog.


Blogging is as much fun as it is easy, and once you start to blog it can almost be addicting. Just what is a blog? A blog is nothing more than a web log that describes an Internet website that is dedicated toward the distribution of news, commentary, opinion, or other content by individuals and/or organizations.

It will help if you focus on this particular checklist from top to bottom since each and every strategy builds upon the prior strategy that will help you produce momentum. At some point when you create plenty of momentum you will get what is known as “traction”, which usually is a big enough market base (around 500 visitors per day is great) which you will no longer need to work so hard in acquiring new visitors. Rather your current faithful visitors perform the actual work for you by word of mouth marketing.

This goes for both for your blog and post titles. This is a common mistake that most newbie bloggers tend to make. Why? Because when a user is searching for information they are looking for specific keywords that you may have written on your blog and not your blog’s name. This will make a huge difference to your blog’s professionalism and search engine optimization.