Blogging is an art, not one that would only make people want to open your page but one that would make them want to stick to your content even with the millions of distractions on the internet. It can be tough to be a beginner in the field. But once you’re over that hurdle, it can be one of the most rewarding and interesting jobs possible.
A beginner in blogging needs to learn about three things; content, designing and promotion. And this learning can be made much easier by following the books listed below to meet these requirements.
1. 31 Days To Finding Your Blogging Mojo by Bryan Allian
The first thing every blogger needs is engaging content, which generally comes through an inspiration of some kind. This inspiration is not developed overnight. It requires time and patience to realize the same, along with this amazing book by Bryan Allian which is known to not only have inspired various new bloggers but also to have brought various old frustrated bloggers back into shape.
2. How To Start A Successful Blog In One Hour by Steve Scott
Starting a blog is one thing, making it a hit is a whole other task. The crowd on the internet is known to have the shortest possible attention span, and in order to reel in that crowd to your blog, there is a need to make that blog not only interesting but also appealing. This is an eBook written by an expert on blogs, Steve Scott. His prowess may be assumed from the fact that the man is known for writing some of the most read ebooks. This book helps any layman understand the tricks of starting a blog and maintaining it according to the interest of his readers, hence, becoming a successful blogger.
3. Likeable Social Media by Dave Kerpen
Blogging is not only about writing and designing, it is also about promoting, about making sure your blogs have an audience. The best and the easiest way to go about it is to sell it on social media. This outstanding book by Dave Kerpen explains the likes and dislikes of the people on social media and teaches a beginner about ways of attracting a crowd through social media on his blog.
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