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 make you a better blogger. So read, share what you’ve learned, and Happy Blogging!
David Leonhardt @ A Ghost Writers Blog writes Write to the point (never mind the word count!) – When you write to the point, you stop when you have said your piece. That might be at 100 words. Or it might be at 200. In the case of this article, it is at 451.
Money Soldiers writes 4 Factors to Consider Before Starting a New Business – Don’t think about the negatives when you’re starting a new business, just stay realistic. To maximize your success and minimize your risks, start thinking about profits, taxes and what it takes to get started.
John S @ Frugal Rules writes Blogging Tips From a Beginner – Before I began blogging, I thought there was a difficult point of entry. Thankfully, I was wrong and have found blogging to be fun and quite enjoyable. There are a few, although I know there are many more, tips I think that are key in being successful as a beginning blogger.
Jessica Moorhouse @ Mo’ Money Mo’ Houses writes Mo’ Money Tips for the Beginner Blogger – I may not be a veteran blogger quite yet, but in my year of blogging I’ve definitely learned a thing or two to help out any beginner blogger start off on the right foot.
Michelle @ Making Sense of Cents writes How To Start A Blog – Tips for a Beginner – Ever since I started my extra income series, so many of you are very interested in increasing your income, doing something that you love (and being comfortable with it) and paying down debt faster with all of this new extra income.
Andrea Whitmer @ Nuts and Bolts Media writes 10 Things You Should Do Every Time You Install WordPress – 10 actionable tips for installing WordPress and getting your initial configuration completed quickly.
Buck Inspire @ Buck Inspire writes Note to Newbies – When you first start blogging, you can be overwhelmed by all the different technologies, processes, and techniques, you have to learn. Take a deep breath and exhale. Here is my personal list of things to do if I had to do it all over again.
Jackie @ Kickstart a Blog writes 4 Easy Ways to Make Your Blog Pinterest-Friendly – Pinterest is an awesome way to get traffic to your blog — if you do things right.
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