I have never been very regular with blogging.
I know I need to blog regularly. Honestly, I really enjoy blogging. But something about the schedules I’ve set in the past has made it incredible difficult to stick to it and keep it going for very long at a time.
That’s why when Reading Deals offered to let me read and review Blog Ideas by Steve Alvesteffer, I was more than happy to oblige.
Has your blog become stale?
I spent months researching the best blogging practices and resources. Then I distilled everything I learned down to these 131 ideas.
- Idea #13: Where to find “green” hosting
- Idea #24: An easy way to get short, memorable domain names
- Idea #30: How to make your blog load faster
- Idea #34: Create a “now” page
- Idea #40: Controlling where your readers look
- Idea #45: The life hack that energizes me for the whole day
- Idea #49: How to write irresistable headlines
- Idea #55: Should you incorporate?
- Idea #64: Prompts for telling your story
- Idea #70: How to find the latest trends to write about
- Idea #74: Ideas for contests you can host
- Idea #77: How to build traffic by commenting on other blogs
- Idea #90: Find the right keywords for your blog posts
- Idea #93: Develop your Facebook strategy
- Idea #100: The best locations to place your ads
- …and over 100 more.
Get your copy of Blog Ideas and make your blog fresh again!
I was expecting a book of tips, and that’s what I got. This book does have 131 tips to help you make your blog better every day. Nothing more, nothing less.
That being said, Alvesteffer does start off on a note that is perhaps not so appropriate when he quotes Bill Cosby on how to get what you want. I don’t know he’s necessarily the best person to take advice from these days.
Overall, this book was filled with ideas. Not all of them were original, but I’ll definitely be employing some of them in the coming year to see if they help. I give this book three of five stars for being pretty much what it says it is.
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I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.
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