A – Z Blogging Guide for Beginners

Last updated: October 12, 2012 by Yan

A - Z Blogging Guide for BeginnersAsk and thou shalt receive. In what I’ve come to learn, the blogosphere has its fair share wonderful people who are always ready to offer their help and point you in the right direction if you need one. All you need to do is “Ask”

Backup your blog. Losing your data is one thing, being unprepared is another. I really can’t stress enough how important it is to back up your data and take precaution lest anything goes wrong. If you are not doing it yet, let WP Database Backup automate the whole process of daily backup for peace of mind.

Commenting is the way to go. No question about it, blog commenting is a great way to build relationship with other bloggers. It is the most effective of method of driving traffic to your site. If commenting isn’t your kind of thing, grab a copy of Commenting Blueprint before you are out of the game.

Don’t fake it. Unless you are damned sure of what you are talking about, it’s smarter to write something you are knowledgeable about or at the very least have put into practice before. It’s never difficult to tell when a blogger is faking it. The blogosphere is too small for you to lose your credibility this way.

Entertain your readers. Facts and details are deemed to be boring, you need to pay attention that not only your article should be informative, it must also be entertaining.  Jay from SuiteJ did it really well here with his video review. Tell me what you think about it (…mind ya it’s addictive).

Focus on your chosen niche. One of the key factors to blogging success is the ability to define your focus and stay on topic 90% of the time. It’s nothing wrong to write off-topic articles once in a while but unless you are John Chow, no one is interested to know where you had your lunch.

Google tools. Having the right tools such as Feedburners, Webmaster Tools, Analytics makes a whole lot of difference to your site. With all the information at your disposal, it’s easier to stay on top of the game.

Help fellow blogger in need. Your sincerity and willingness to help, no matter how trivial the issue is, will come in handy when you need help from one of them in the future.

Interaction with your readers, in whatever form, is an important part of maintaining a healthy community around your blog. In such an impersonal world of blogging, responding to your readers’ comments adds a little more personal touch to it. Use your blog to start a conversation.

Joining social sites helps to extend your blog exposure to a wider audience. However, it’s best to choose which social sites you’ll join before it turns into “social networking overload”. Personally, I find BlogCatalog, Twitter and StumbleUpon have all worked pretty well for me thus far.

Know your competitors and yourself, you will win every battle – Sun Zhu (the Art of War). Well, I’m not referring to a ‘seek and destroy’ strategy here but rather spying on your competition to understand their strategies and learn what makes them more successful than you.

Link building is the art of building credibility in the eyes of search engines, thus placing your site higher in their search results.

For the uninformed, it’s the process of building inbound links pointing to your own site which can be achieved in general through reciprocal link exchanges, article marketing or commenting on dofollow sites. Either way, it helps in creating awareness, visibility and credibility of your site.

Marketing is the pillar to your online success. The best contents in the world won’t do you any good if you fail to market it to your target audience. As the blogosphere is getting more crowded, it’s much harder to stand out so having the right marketing mix ensure that you can stay longer in the game.

Networking is an integral part of your marketing strategy and building relationship with fellow bloggers should never be the last thing in your agenda. Whether you are looking to improve your blogging skills or increase your readership level, networking is the way to go. Don’t be alone in the blogosphere.

Optimize your site for search engines. The key to SEO success is persuading search engines that your site is relevant in any search query. For a start, let’s take a look at 15 SEO Tips for Beginners that will push your site higher in search results.

Passion is the single most important ingredient that keeps your motivation alive. If you don’t have a passion in what you do, there will come a point in time when blogging becomes a drag and is no longer a fun thing to do anymore. In the absence of it, usually the slightest setback opens the best exit door.

Quality Article. Write from your heart, proofread and speak to your audience through your writing. These are the obvious points yet pretty much overlooked by the majority of beginners. Just remember that it all comes down to quality vs quantity.

Read more. The more you read, the more ideas you will get. I simply can’t think of  a better way to learn from success of others than subscribing and reading other people blogs. It’s simply a great way to improve your knowledge and give you a different perspective of what you have already known.

Speed up your blog. Apart from choosing the right hosting provider, it is also important to ensure that your site is able to handle sudden spike in traffic and WP Super Cache does it pretty well. Here’s 5 possible ways to speed up your blog.

Tracking your stats is an essential part of managing your online presence. Knowing how many visitors you have, where they come from, on what search terms they arrive, which pages are more popular and using all these information is the best way to optimize your site for better results.

Understand your audience. They are the very reason why you blog in the first place. Listen to their feedback and provide the kind of stuff they want to read and not what you want to write. Don’ t be shy to ask your readers what they want more of.

Vote for others’ articles. I often refer to it as “link karma”. You see what goes around comes around eventually. When you link out to others, not only you are providing additional resources to your readers, you are exposing yourself to them in the hope that they will visit your site and link back to you.

Walk the talk. Practice what you preach. Don’t try to be someone you are not. Your honesty is probably the biggest asset you can leverage to gain more loyal subscribers. Again it’s more realistic to choose the subject you are passionate about.

Xchange link. If you just enter into the blogosphere, you are better off exchanging links with fellow bloggers within your niche as part of your initial link building exercise. The key here is to be proactive.

Yan can blog and so can you. Don’t let the fear of uncertainty leads you to inaction. If you are still contemplating to start your own blog, all the reading and learning will not do you any good if you don’t take the first step to just do it. When in doubt, let me hold your hands and help you in your journey. See #1.

Zoom to the top commentator list. It’s no longer a secret that the easiest way to get one-way quality backlink is to comment on other blogs that rewards its most active commenters with a piece of a valuable real estate on their sidebar. If you ain’t sure where to find one, here’s the best places to get quality backlink.

218 Responses to “A – Z Blogging Guide for Beginners”

  1. Wow, your best article yet. ^_^
    It’s a good start for someone who want to start blogging and not get information overload especially Y.

    • Yan

      Hey Jasper

      It’s good to see you again. It’s been a while, huh? Thanks for the compliment…


      • Yan

        Thanks, Ryan. I;m not too sure if I would be making it into an ebook but it’s certainly a good idea. Why not?

    • a to z blogging guide (long list – vry imp) – its one of the best amongst many helpful posts out here …

    • Yan

      Thanks, buddy. It took me one weekend to come up with the guide.

    • Yan


      What a nice surprise! Where have you been, pal? Good to see you here and thanks for sharing your thought.

      In case you aren’t aware, this blog was almost gone a couple of weeks ago if not for the backup which saved the day.


      • Hey Yan,

        It’s good to hear that you could restore the database. Yan, you are the king of backups!

        Recently, I made some excursions, taking fotos of mushrooms, nature and animals. There are so many beautiful places to visit. I have put some of the pictures on my blog …

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    • Yan


      I’m glad you finally made it here. Here’s a warm welcome to thoushallblog.com and hope you’ll stick around.


  2. Very, very nice list mate. I’m sure it will be in a couple of ‘link love articles’ in the coming week! I mean, I read the (long) list and there really isn’t anything I can say isn’t true…It’s all stuff YOU HAVE to do when building a blog and trying to become and authority. Keep up the good work buddy.

    Ben – frogstr.com´s lastest post..SEO-Quake: website analysis in half a second

    • Yan


      Thank you and I do hope it’ll be in your link love article someday..


    • Yan

      Do you mean to say ‘Yan’ is the best? :) Thanks, buddy…it took me one Sunday to complete this article and glad you like it..


    • Yan


      I guess the choice of social sites largely depends on the kind of niche you are in. Well, I’m not too sure which may work best for your niche but if you look at Sphinn, it’s very much focused on SEO. Speaking of which, it’s one of those social sites I don’t submit my article to. It’s just a complete waste of time unless you have a certain degree of credibility and authority.


  3. What a cool and unique post yan! The originality n this post is making the best of bloggers look boring! You continue to impress me daily with your blogging skills and it’s a pleasure finding and meeting you on this vast space called the internet!

    Thanks so much for sharing this amazing list!

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    • Yan

      You know what, Brian…. a great comment like this is what gives me the motivation to do better each time, of which I’m not too sure if I’ll be able to do it consistently.

      By the way, I wonder if you really take the time to read all the articles submitted to Blogengage… you continue to impress me too as you never fail to leave your comment on each of the article I send your way.

      Anyway, great to see you here, Brian and the same respect is due to you too.


    • Yan

      Welcome, Mervyn to the one of the friendliest blog on the planet. Stick around and you’ll know why….


    • Yan

      Hey Carla

      This is by far the best comment I have since I started blogging months ago. Keep the comment like this as the best is yet to come…;) LOL


    • Yan

      Thanks, Salwa….. When the opportunity comes, I’ll do the same but wait a minute, I’m not in the habit of doing link love articles but I do link out to others if you do notice it.

  4. This article is just amazing!

    About point B (Back Up your Blog). I have already got WP Database Backup running, but can’t seem to get it to backup automatically (every day). Do you know why this might be happening? All my plugins are up-to-date.

    Joel Drapper´s lastest post..How to Comment Like a Pro

    • Yan

      Hey Joel

      You need to set it up properly to automate the backup and send the file to your email on daily basis.

      You should be able to do it from Manage > Backup > Scheduled Backup. Hope it helps and let me know if it doesn’t…


    • Yan

      Appreciate your compliment too, Rod. With regard to your email, no, your comment isn’t akismeted as all comments here will only appear upon approval.


    • Yan


      It’s my pleasure. You have done a great job with your article on Webmaster Tools so I can’t help not to share with my readers here. I’m not too sure if I could do anything like that but you are certainly in some wonderful company here.


    • Yan

      Hey Rhys

      Good to see you, buddy. I knew I’ll have you here whenever I send my article to BloggingZoom. It seems like that’s one of your favorite hangout places, huh?

      How’s everything on Rhysville?


    • Yan

      Hey Andy

      What a pleasant surprise to see Andy the Dablogger here. It’s my pleasure and here’s a warm welcome to thoushallblog.com. I like what you are doing on your blog. So you keep up the great posts too, buddy…


  5. Very good Yan. I especially like ‘Y’, that was a pure stroke of genius. lol. The fact is that although a lot of what you said is common sense there are still a lot of bloggers who seem to missing a lot of the key points.

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    • Yan

      …I especially like ‘Y’, that was a pure stroke of genius….

      LOL, I take that as a compliment and thank you. So can you…

        • Yan

          You know what it’s one of the hardest plugin to install. It took me hours to get it right. A couple of my readers emailed for help and the only thing I could do is to advise them to wait for WP 2.7 that comes with threaded comment.

    • Yan

      Thanks, Mike…I’m glad you love it as much as I love your favorite quote

      “An expert is a person who’s failed enough to succeed.”

      Inspirational quote and I’ll keep that in mind…


  6. Andre Thomas

    Wow. When you say A-Z, you really mean A-Z. Lol. I was expecting a complete guide but this is awesome anyway

    • Yan

      LOL, that’s the power of headline…..I hope I’m doing the right thing, what do you think Andre?


  7. Hi Yan,

    I came here by following a link to this post from a comment you made on my blog.

    At first, I thought the title was one of those gimmicks to get us to read the post, but after coming and reading it, I’m really impressed. It was no gimmick at all, you really do cover A – Z, and each point you make is a good one. Well done!

    I’ve been blogging since before there was a name for it, and I still learned a few things here, and you reinforced a few thoughts that have been growing over the last few months.

    I look forward to reading more of your articles in the future.

    Act on your dream!


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    • Yan

      Welcome, John.

      The fact that you did reciprocate my comment shows that you interact well with your readers outside your blog. I’m glad that this article could be a gentle reminder of what we tend to overlook as we move away from the beginner’s level.

      Thank you for your kind compliment and I look forward to seeing you again. By the way, I’m also glad that I could be part of your blog as well.


    • Yan

      Let me know how it turns out on your side and thanks for the compliment..

    • Yan

      Welcome, Dominique. I hope you’ll stick around now that you’ve subscribed. Join us for more discussion, we are a bunch of friendly bloggers here.


    • Yan

      Welcome, Jeremy. It’s really nice to have you here and thanks for the compliment. The fact that it comes from someone who writes better than me makes it all worthwhile.

      Oh ya, thanks for putting me together with all the probloggers and I can’t believe that I’m sharing the same blogroll with Bryan Clark, Shoemoney and Darren. It’s a great honor..really..


  8. Yan this is such a great help. Instead of feeling lost once again as whith starting with a new job, with these points and the steps one by one the lot is much more clear. The sequence makes sense, gr8 help actually. Even if I built a site before, at the begining of making another one again, who could remember all the things I’ve done. So this is the practical reminder. Thank you.

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    • Yan

      Thanks, Kristi but it’s yet to be perfect. Good to see ya here…


    • Yan

      Thanks, Peter. I’m glad to have so many positive comments here and I value yours too. I hope I’m able to do it again in the future.


    • Yan

      Thank you, Nihar. I really appreciate your awesome compliment. With a bit of patience and passion, I’m sure you could a better one.

    • Yan

      That won you the best comment of the week, Jay. It’s my pleasure to add yours as I couldn’t help but to use your video to stress on the importance of entertaining the audience.

      You are the real master of video blogging. The best I have seen in a long time. I really enjoy it…I truly do.

    • Yan

      Thanks, ZK but ‘guru’ is an overstatement for someone who just started blogging less than 6 months ago. I love blogging for the fact that whenever I learn and share, people appreciate it and that’s worth more than any dollar any day.

      It’s good to see your avatar, buddy..

  9. Quality post. 26 great tips indeed. I really thought R would be for RSS though :P

    Thanks for the reminder about backups, I’ve got to take care of that but your link to WP Database Backup doesn’t seem to be working (404 Boulevard, Lol).

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    • Yan

      @Dot Com Dud

      Oh, I’m sorry about the broken link and it’s fixed now. Thanks for dropping by and leaving a comment.

    • Yan

      Hey Arun, wonderful comment. Hope you’ll subscribe for more blogging tips coming your way.

      Thanks too.

  10. I think all of these are some great tips. Another one, that kind of ties into the (G)oogle and (R)eading sections is using Google Alerts.

    You tell Google your keywords and then they will email you whenever new news articles, blogs, or other content is found. Google Alerts is a great way to stay on top of things and keep coming up with fresh content.

    • Yan

      Thanks, Tiger. I’ve been using Alerts to keep track of who is quoting me around the blogosphere. Well, it’s a luxury we can do without and that’s the reason why I choose not to include it into the list.

      In any case, I still value your input and thanks for the dropping by and leaving your awesome comment. Hope you’ve enjoyed your stay here.


  11. Awesome list Yan! I was actually pretty surprised that you were able to tie every letter in the alphabet with a solid blogging tip. Even X and Z.. I especially like “ask and thou shall receive”. A lot of times bloggers expect people to come to them, but fail to ask for help when they need it.

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    • Yan

      Hey Gyutae

      Thanks for the visit and leaving a comment. I’m impressed that you take the time to reciprocate your readers’ comment. I have learned a lot about internet marketing from your blog and will continue to do so.


  12. It’s your encouragement that make us appreciate and more than a little appropriate after reading this blog. I’m glad i’d enjoy reading it I’m sure common sense approach this.

  13. You know what it’s one of the hardest plugin to install. It took me hours to get it right. A couple of my readers emailed for help and the only thing I could do is to advise them to wait for WP 2.7 that comes with threaded comment.

  14. I’m a new blogger. I’ve seen many tips for blogging around the blogoshpere. Yet no one ever make it full from A to Z like you. I’ve start the step and now I’m working until E. hope the next will follow soon.

    • Yan

      Welcome, dextro. I hope you are doing fine from E onwards..if you need anything, feel free to contact me. Oh ya, don’t forget to subscribe too as the best is yet to come.


  15. nice. :) regarding ‘v’ … i can remember a time when i was more selfish, and i didn’t link out even when it seemed appropriate. thankfully, i realized that was just silly, so nowadays when i write a haiku based on someone else’s post, i link out. :)

    also makes me feel good for some reason. :)

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    • Yan

      Hey kouji

      Bloggers, not all though, do appreciate your effort in linking to them and most likely, given a chance, they will reciprocate the same.

      Hint: do link out to the up and coming blogs… they need you to boost their ego. In most cases, they will appreciate more.


    • Yan

      LOL, thanks Joe for your awesome comment. This is probably one of the best post I’ve written for a long time. I’m working on an ebook version of this for give-away. Hope everything goes well….

  16. Lucas

    Great list! I’m sure a lot of people will find (actually, have already found) this list helpful. Pretty smart way to get around the X, by the way. ;)

    • Yan

      Hey buddy

      Where have you been? What a smart move you’ve done on netstrife.com! $1.5K for a two-month blog is what anyone can hope for..


  17. This was a great idea for a post! I mean the way you presented it. I want to do something like this, something that stands out.

    I want to enter the blogging scene, and these advices of yours seem to have put me in a more clear perspective.

    • Yan


      Thanks for the nice words and appreciate your taking the time to visit my blog. Hope you’ve enjoyed your stay here.


    • Yan


      Thanks for dropping by and stick around for more.

    • Yan

      Hey Sylvester

      It appears that this is the first time you visit my blog and may I just ask how did you get to know this blog?

      Anyway, I really appreciate your kind words and if you haven’t subscribed yet, please do so at your convenience. I hope to see more of you here.


  18. Great post.Blogging seems to be difficult and scary to many people.This article helps them understand better what it is all about.

  19. hi yan,

    great blog you have here – interesting and helpful. i can’t imagine how you keep up with 8 blogs! i’m not a real blogger in the sense that i started to blog just to air angst. anyway, it’s been a great journey for me, learning and stumbling along the way. i’ll be reading your tips.

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    • Yan


      Nope I keep only one blog and several niche sites which require less updating so it’s still manageable for me. For me, blogging is just for fun and I’m enjoying every bit of it.

      Thanks for dropping by anyway and glad those tips can be of any help to you. Hope you’ll stick around.


  20. Hi everyone,

    Just wanted to share how I make use of this great post from Yan.

    I come back here at least 3 times a week. Yes, the conrent for this post might not change but there are great commenters. Follow them and see how things works for them!

    Second, whenever I run out of ideas , I make sure that I pick at least one thing in the A-Z list to try and work on. Personally I find it easier to work on one tip at a time because it allows me to focus and truly explore.

    Have a great day


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    • Yan

      Hey Sylvester

      I can’t even begin to say how much I appreciate your kind words and your continued support.

      I didn’t realize that the A-Z guide is giving you so much inspiration when you are out of idea. Spread the love if you can and your effort will not go unnoticed – for sure.

      May I just offer you my sincere gratitude and appreciation of what you have done here. This blog might not be the same without your support and the support of others.

      You have a great day too, buddy. Do join us often and share your thoughts with us.


  21. I think you should amend “R” to Read More but not too much as sometimes I find myself reading too much and practicing too little :P By the time I get around to practicing one of the techniques it may already be too late.

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    • Yan

      I think you should amend “R” to Read More…

      Now I’m confused…. what did you actually see differently? ;)

      You have your point. Reading without action is useless indeed. All the knowledge in the world isn’t going to bring you anywhere without the necessary action of putting them into experiment.

      Anyway, thanks Scot for the visit.


  22. What a great post! It’s very comprehensive and you pretty much covered every aspect of blogging I can think of! I have been blogging for about eight or nine years, and in that time, so much of blogging has changed. It seems as though there’s always a great deal to learned, or that most people will never fully master the ever-changing blogosphere. Thanks for sharing this!

  23. This is a very excellent overall outline of blogging tips.

    Thanks for putting your wisdom down in writing.

    I was not aware of the WP super cache so I will be checking that one out right away to speed up my blog.

  24. well said Yan, I am wanting to know how to back up data with wp. I have 2 blogs with wp.

    • Yan

      Hi Sherry

      Did you use WP Database Backup plug-in? Google it, it’s everywhere. In fact, it’s the best of its kind.

      Oh ya, by the way, I emailed you twice about the EC credits, did you receive it? I still owe you 1K credit, gal.


    • Yan

      Hey Gerald,

      You’ll never know how indispensable it is till you use it on a heavy traffic day. In a couple of occasions, my hosting was suspended due to me forgetting to turn it on after an update. Glad you’re making the move.


    • Yan

      Thanks for your compliment and welcome to the community…


  25. Holy cow, one of the best articles I have ever read, really.

    I think I will print this out and stick it to my wall.

    Thank you so much for this.

    Best regards,

    The Moneyac

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    • Yan

      What can I say? Thank you for your great commentary. It means a lot to me. Anyway, good to see ya again and glad you love it.


  26. Haha – what an awesome post dude!

    You always seem to come up with these creative ways of teaching newbies the ropes.. and this is a perfect example! Don’t be surprised if you see a track back coming soon!

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  27. Tom

    Very informative post. I’m a blogging beginner, so I’ll take your advices seriously. good job!


    • Yan

      Hey Tom

      Welcome to our community. Hope you’ve enjoyed your stay here and if there is anything I could help, please do let me know. This is a blog that helps beginners to blog better.


  28. I wish I had read this a couple of years ago, it really would have helped. I would urge all bloggers and prospective bloggers to read and digest. A QUALITY article, thank you!

  29. Hi yan
    I have just begun blogging. Your article a to z is a boon for me and is a timely one. For any beginner you have given the fundas in a very simple way. I will keep in touch with you for your valuable guidance. Please do visit my blog and let me have your comments.
    Thanks and regards.

  30. vidya

    nice…i liked the tips….thx.
    i am a blogger fresher n got intrested wen my mom asked me abt blogs n i cudn answer!!!!
    well…now i kno quite a lot abt blogs ..thx t0 u yan…:)

  31. Ronell

    Thank you for this article. This week i decided to make my own website. I am such a novice that i still dont know what the difference between a website and a blog is. Finding a site like yours is giving me courage. Working on my new work name and all the concepts that surround that. “Barefoot Nature Doctor”.

    Thanks Yan
    ps hopefully i can comment without a website!

    • Yan

      Hey Ronell

      Welcome to TSB. I’m glad you’ve decided to take action. Let me know when your new site is up and if there is anything I can help, feel free to ask me.


  32. This is an amazing article you have written, this is an good start for the people who want to start blogging. I am waiting to know more from your blogging tips.

    • Yan

      LOL…. it caught your attention, didn’t it? That was the whole idea of not fixing “shall” to “shalt”……..

      Thanks for reminding. It was done on purpose, Steve.

    • Yan

      Certainly it does, Brian. I chose the other for its aesthetic value. Don’t ask me why. I have a strange way of looking at thing.


  33. Thank you Yan for the blogging tips. Surely it will be helpful to newbies. Sharing is good I agree. Will try to keep it all in mind. Great job!!!!

    • Yan

      I agree image certainly speaks a thousand words but I couldn’t possibly put everything into the guide so I picked the best of 26.

      Thanks for your input anyway.


  34. Hi! I hope you’re serious because I’ll be waiting for the ebook version of this post :) Its my first time here and I am really enjoying myself. Thanks for the wonderful tips…

    • Yan

      Welcome to TSB, Leslie. Hope you’ve enjoyed your stay here. Great contest you have there on your blog.


  35. Yan, You are a generous soul. I am on the uphill side of my blog learning curve and this article offers really good value. Thank you.

    • Yan

      Thanks for the nice words, Nanette and welcome to TSB. If there is anything I could help, please do not hesitate to ask. Look forward to seeing more of you here.


  36. This is a great list and going to my favorites! Thanks once again for the great advice, especially for us newbie’s! I am in the process of revamping my blog and I look to all of the blogging pro’s for advice.

    This one really sums it up!!


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  37. “Understand your audience” is a great piece of advise. I have over 25 blogs going right now and each blog has a unique audience. If I don’t understand their needs/wants/desires then I’m unable to expect that they will spend their time on my sites.

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  38. Excellent article about blogging in general. Lots of useful info. I am also trying to blog myself. My voyage to the blogging sphere is at the beginning, but with the help of your web site I will be on the right path.



  39. I cannot tell you how helpful your A-Z example is. I tried to start a blog about a year ago and did not really know what to do once I started it. With your help it encourages me to maybe start it up again. Thanks a Million!

  40. Thank you so much for this easy to read, entertaining and educational post. I am a beginner on a mission – with passion and I truly aprreciate how helpful I am finding the blogging community. Thanks a ton – I have to go now and click on some of the links – got lots to learn :)

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  41. Man this has got to be one of the best posts I have read. I just found out about this site but will be returning. I am a beginner and I need all the non complicated help I can get. Thanks!

  42. I’ve just started blogging myself and came across this. Hugely helpful. Thanks for taking the time to do this! :-)

  43. this one is really interesting. It will certainly help all new bloggers. Can I copy this to my blog? I’ll link this site to my blog post as the source. Thankz.

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  44. This was a fantastic read, thanks.

    I have now bookmarked your blog.


  45. That’s an ABC for every new blogger. Thanks for the tips and good advice. I’m sure many blogger-newbies will find them more than interesting!

  46. YAY!!!! I bookmarked this page! I’ll be back often. Great information. Thank you for sharing.

  47. Great blog! i love it. Thanks for this useful post. I have bookmarked this for future reference

  48. I love the A to Z blogging guide. It is really informative. I know a few people who loved to blog but did not have the right resources. This guide was real informative for a beginner. Thanks again.