Welcome to the How to Blog Carnival – The Carnival that’s all about making your blog the best it can be! This week we have some fantastic articles from successful bloggers that are sure to help make you a better blogger. So read, share what you’ve learned, and Happy Blogging!
Michelle @ Making Sense of Cents writes Blogger or WordPress – Tips on How to Move – After my post How to Start a Blog – Tips for a Beginner (this post included tips on how to get your domain, self-hosting, etc. and reasons for why you should), I received several e-mails on how to switch from Blogger to WordPress. A lot of you also asked me what is better: Blogger or WordPress?
Mike @ The Financial Blogger writes Are Blog Comments a Waste of Time? – Should you even leave comments behind?
Robert @ Entrepreneurship Life writes How To Protect Your WordPress Blog From Hackers – WordPress popularity comes at a cost. WordPress is a big target for hackers. And if you run a WP blog, you may have noticed an increase in unauthorized log in attempts in last month.
SB @ One Cent at a Time writes Modern Home Bookkeeping with Less Effort and No Cost - This article provides the steps towards household bookkeeping using new technology and tools. If you are the one who manages the finances for your family then this article is for you to read to get rid of traditional pen and paper bookkeeping.
Jon Haver @ Authority Website Income writes Site Review Exchange – 12 Ways To Improve An Authority Website – Today I have a special post, Quinn from CubicleFree.com and myself have both been building authority websites and sharing all the details of the process on our sites. We have been emailing back and forth some suggestions on how to improve each other’s site and learning a lot.
Adam @ Money Bulldog writes Want to start a business? Just Do It! – Starting a business can be daunting and many things can put you off. Often the best and only way to start a business is to Just Do It!
John S @ Frugal Rules writes Even More Blogging Tips From a Beginner, Part II – Running a blog means that I learn something new nearly every week. One of the favorite aspects I enjoy about blogging is the community aspect that you can find in the blogosphere.