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Oct 12

Getting My Feet Wet in the Blogosphere

Three days to Certified Blogaholic’s first birthday, I thought it would be a good idea to share my experience with the newbies or those contemplating about getting their own blog. I am still considered a newbie after one year and hardly an expert on blogging. Still, this article may prove valuable to those who want a simpler approach to blogging. I will write my experience sans the complicated concepts of SEO (search engine optimization) or any other technical blabber about blogging.

For those still in the planning process of starting their blog or those still in their infant stages, you might want to consider first the actual purpose of the blog. This one was entirely built on the desire to make money from different opportunities in the web. At this point, I’m still uncertain if it’s a good idea to start a blog driven by that purpose. Yet, it’s an unavoidable truth. It would’ve given this entire article more drama if I told you the blog was born out of a need to share my thoughts or unorganized ramblings about the world. But it would be so far from the truth that even a 5-year old would know I’m lying. Ideally, starting a blog should be born out of a desire to share something to the world — a cooking expertise, a talent in finance or investment, a love for gadgets, or even tips on making a scrapbook or needlepoint. Whatever it is, it would be good if you have something unique to share the world.

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