Never write blog any more

Don’t write blogs, especially now with the high-speed development of the Internet, if you do not want to be a writer, just want to give people the useful information to improve your web site’s popularity, should work as an editor, collecting useful and interesting information, copy to your blog online and indicate the source. That will save you most of the time.

You can download some screen shot software,clip something you like from the webpage,and then make them up,add some note,some thought and so on,make that intersting.Offer Media clips service as I mentioned before.

If you really want to be a great online writer,write some ebook,sell in ebay or amazon,oepn a blog to promote your book.

Just a little thought about myself,what do you think?

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20 Creative post ideas

Two of the most important parts of a blog are compelling content and frequent updates. Take a look at the following blog post ideas to spark your creative juices when you can’t think of what to write about. Just remember to try to apply each of these ideas appropriately to your blog topic.
1. Lists

People love lists, and just about any kind of list is bound to attract traffic. Top 10 lists, 5 things not to do, 3 reasons I love something, etc. Start with a number then take it from there.
2. How-to

People love to find easy-to-follow instructions to help them accomplish a task. Whether you want to teach your readers how to throw the perfect curve ball or how to avoid getting bitten by a mosquito, the choice is yours.
3. Reviews

You can write a review of just about anything on your blog. Take a look at the following suggestions:

Products
Websites
Books
Movies
Music
Restaurants
Hotels
The possibilities are nearly endless. Just think of something you’ve tried and write about your experience and thoughts.
4. Photos

Post a photo (or photos) related to your blog topic.
5. Link Roundup

Write a post that includes a list of links to other blog posts that published great posts or to websites you like.
6. Current Events

What’s going on in the world? Write a post about an interesting bit of news.
7. Tips

Write a post to share tips to help your readers accomplish something in an easier, faster or cheaper way.
8. Recommendations

Share recommendations for your favorite books, websites, movies or other “favorites” related to your blog topic.
9. Interviews

Interview a prominent figure or expert in your blog topic then publish a blog post about it.
10. Polls

Register for an account with a site like PollDaddy.com then publish a poll related to your blog topic in one of your blog posts.
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11. Contests

People love to win prizes, and blog contests are a great way to drive traffic to your blog as well as encourage visitors to leave comments. Blog contests can be used to write several posts such as an announcement post, a reminder post and a winner post.
12. Blog Carnivals

Join a blog carnival (or host one yourself) then write a post about the carnival topic.
13. Podcasts

Sometimes it’s easier to talk about something than it is to write about it. If that’s the case, try audio blogging and post a podcast.
14. Videos

Share a video from YouTube or one of your own, or host a video blog.
15. Quotes

Share a quote from a celebrity or prominent person in a field related to your blog topic. Be sure to cite your source !
16. Links to Interesting Content from Digg or StumbleUpon

Sometimes you can find some really interesting submissions on Digg , StumbleUpon and other social bookmarking sites . It’s fun to share links to some of the best submissions related to your blog topic or of interest to your readers in one of your own blog posts.
17. Your Turn

Turn the tables and post a question or comment then ask your readers what they think about that question or comment. Your turn posts are a great way to spark a conversation.
18. Guest Posts

Ask other bloggers or experts in a field related to your blog topic to write a guest post for your blog.
19. Point/Counterpoint

A point/counterpoint post is where you present two opposing sides to an argument or issue. This type of post can even be separated into two different posts where the first presents one side of the argument and the second presents the other side.
20. Answer Reader Questions or Comments

Look back through the comments left by your readers and find any questions or statements that can be used to spark a new post.

 

3 Tips About How to Write About Me Page

 

Your blog’s “About Me” page should not be overlooked. It’s an essential tool to establish who you are as a blogger and help readers understand what your blog is about. Simply listing your name and contact information is not enough. Sell yourself and your blog on your “About Me” page, and make readers believe you’re not only an expert in your blog’s topic but your blog is also the place for people to find information about your topic on the web.

Following are the three most important elements to include on your “About Me” page:

Your experience and why you’re the best person to blog about your subject matter
Links to your other websites or blogs self promotion is critical to your success as a blogger
Your contact information so interested readers can ask questions or reach out to you for other business opportunities (which happens often in the blogosphere)
Furthermore, make sure your blog’s “About Me” page is easy to find not just on your blog’s home page but on every page in your blog.

Anyone can write a blog, but readers look for bloggers whose writing style they enjoy or bloggers who have the appropriate level of experience to write on a specific topic. Tell your readers why they can feel confident listening to what you have to say, and let them know you’re accessible to them and value them, and your reader loyalty will get a welcome boost.

10 tips to use keywords

Getting a high rank on search engines through user keyword searches can be difficult, but with proper focus on writing your blog posts for search engine optimization (SEO), you can boost your rank for specific keyword searches and your blog’s traffic. Follow these tips to get the biggest results.
1. Check the Popularity of Keywords

In order to obtain traffic from keyword searches on the major search engines like Google and Yahoo!, you need to be writing about a topic that people want to read about and are actively looking for information about. One of the easiest ways to get a basic idea of what people are looking for online is to check the popularity of keyword searches on websites like Wordtracker , Google AdWords , Google Trends or the Yahoo! Buzz Index . Each of these sites provides a snapshot of keyword popularity at any given time.
2. Select Specific and Relevant Keywords

A good rule to go by is to select one keyword phrase per page then optimize that page to that keyword phrase. Keywords should be relevant to the overall content of your page. Furthermore, choose specific keywords that are more likely to give you a better search results ranking than a broad term would. For example, consider how many sites use the keyword phrase of “punk music.” The competition for ranking using that keyword is likely to be tough. If you choose a more specific keyword like “Green Day concert,” the competition is a lot easier.
3. Select a Keyword Phrase of 2 or 3 Words

Statistics show that nearly 60% of keyword searches include 2 or 3 keywords. With that in mind, try to optimize your pages for searches on keyword phrases of 2 or 3 words to drive the biggest results.
4. Use Your Keyword Phrase in Your Title

Once you select the keyword phrase you plan to optimize your page for, make sure you use that phrase in the title of your blog post (or page).
5. Use Your Keyword Phrase in Your Subtitle and Headlines

Breaking blog posts up using subtitles and section headlines not only makes them more visually appealing on a text heavy computer screen, but it also gives you additional opportunities to use your keyword phrase.
6. Use Your Keyword Phrase in the Body of Your Content

It’s important that you use your keyword phrase in the body of your blog post. A good goal to try to achieve is to use your keyword phrase at least twice in the first paragraph of your post and as many times as you can (without keyword stuffing – see #10 below) within the first 200 (alternatively, the first 1,000) words of your post.
7. Use Your Keyword Phrase in and Around Your Links

Search engines count links higher than plain text in their search algorithms, so try to create links that use your keyword phrase. Avoid using links that simply say, “click here” or “more information” as these links will do nothing to help you with your search engine optimization. Leverage the power of links in SEO by including your keyword phrase in them whenever possible. The text surrounding links is typically weighted more heavily by search engines than other text on your page as well. If you can’t include your keyword phrase in your link text, try to include it around your link text.
8. Use Your Keyword Phrase in Images

Many bloggers see a large amount of traffic sent to their blogs from image searches on search engines. Make the images you use in your blog work for you in terms of SEO. Make sure your image filenames and captions include your keyword phrase.
9. Avoid Block Quotes

There are differing opinions on this issue with one group of people saying that Google and other search engines ignore the text included in the HTML block quote tag when crawling a web page. Therefore, the text within the block quote tag won’t be included in terms of SEO. Until a more definitive answer can be determined to this issue, it’s a good idea to keep it in mind and use the block quote tag cautiously.
10. Don’t Keyword Stuff

Search engines penalize sites that stuff pages full of keywords simply to increase their rankings through keyword searches. Some sites are even banned from inclusion in search engine results because of keyword stuffing. Keyword stuffing is considered a form of spamming, and search engines have zero tolerance for it. Keep this in mind as you optimize your blog posts for search engines using your specific keyword phrase.

6 Sites to Find Free Photos to Use on Your Blog

6 Sites to Find Free Photos to Use on Your Blog

Use These Sites to Find Free Photos and Images for Your Blog

By Susan Gunelius , About.com Guide
Finding free photos to use on your blog that don’t have stringent copyright restrictions can be challenging. The following five websites offer free photos that bloggers can download to use on their blogs. Make sure you check the copyright restrictions on any photos you use on your blog. Some of the free photos on these sites could require you to provide attribution (which you should do anyway), notify the photographer of your use of their photo or more. Always follow the copyright and creative commons licensing rules related to any photo you use on your blog and obtain any necessary permissions.
1. Stock Xchange

Stock Xchange is a great resource for finding free photos to use on your blog. Different photos have different restrictions, so be sure to check the copyright and attribution requirements before you use a photo. Stock Xchange also includes many photos that are available for a fee.
2. Flickr

Flickr is growing in popularity everyday. To find free photos that are available for use on your blog, begin by searching using creative commons license. Be certain to provide attribution and link back to the source.
3. morgueFile

MorgueFile has a large selection of free photos that you can use on your blog. Typically, you’ll need to ask for permission and link back from your blog post to the source.
4. Dreamstime

Dreamstime provides a good selection of royalty free stock photos as well as images available for a fee (as low as $0.26).
5. FreeFoto

FreeFoto offers over 100,000 free photos that you can use on your blog. Typically, you’ll have to provide attribution and link back to the source. Most photos include a small watermark in the lower righthand corner of the photo that says “FreeFoto.com” which is fairly unobtrusive.
6. Picapp

Picapp offers bloggers free access to and use of high-resolution images from Corbis, Getty Images, Jupiter Images and more. Simply search the database, copy the provided code and paste it into your blog post HTML editor, and publish your post. The image you selected appears in your post. The catch is that gadget strip appears with the image. When a person clicks on the gadget strip, they’re taken to another web page where related images and ads appear. You should take a look at the site’s terms and conditions before you use Picapp images. Image owners receive a royalty each time the image is used by a blogger and viewed by visitors.

 

Do you have more?

You can work at home from now on

There are differned kinds of jobs you can do through blog,Just use your imagination,what service you can offer?Free feel to add your idea below:

  1. Resume writing——You need to rethink the goals of a resume, and rethink the rules of a resume in order to approach the project like the best of the resume professionals.List some good works on your blog.Make people easy to contact you.
  2. Wedding Planner——Show your reader that you can provides : provides professional planning and service for various kinds of wedding parties.Or you can only making the planning part,As a middleman,you can ask for help and get paid from other company.
  3. Freebie Blogger ——Everybody loves a freebie.also offer the info about  some coupons and sample.
  4. Freeware tips——Many freeware list could be found in your blog,good idea to attract people.
  5. Strong CSS and CSS3 blogger/author.
  6. Article Writer for Natural Wellness Site- Zion Health.
  7. High Persona Video Blogger for BitCandy Music Blog.
  8. Creative Arts & Crafts Blogger.
  9. Political opinion writer.

There are a lot of jobs offer from http://www.craigslist.org,see what you like.

The more easy way is ,put your infomation inside of it,let the employer find you.

Which ad popular you will choose?

Inserting Google AdSense Ads into Your Blog.
Most advertising programs for bloggers work in a similar manner. You sign up for an account, copy some code provided to you through your new account, and paste it int your blog where you want ads to appear. Different ad programs are likely to have specific nuances that affect how you create and insert their ad code into your blog, but this example should take some of the confusion out of the process.

Selling Ad Space Directly
It can be difficult for beginner bloggers to attract advertisers without the help of an advertising program or middleman, but it can be done. As traffic to your blog grows,you’ll be able to attract more advertisers and increase your advertising rates. As long as you set realistic expectations for your earnings potential from selling ad space directly to advertisers, you’ll be successful.

It’s a good idea to set your rates low at first in order to attract the most advertisers.For example, if your blog traffic is under 1,000 page views per day, you could set a rate of $10 per 30 days for a 125×125 pixel button ad in your blog’s sidebar (above the fold) or $20 for a 250×300 pixel square ad in your sidebar. Set rates for premium locations(above the fold or in the header) higher than other locations on your blog.

You can sign up for a free publisher account on BuySellAds.com, create a listing for your blog, enter the ad sizes and placements you’re willing to accept on your blog along with pricing for each, and you’re done! Be sure to include a great description and tag your blog listing with keywords related to your topic and audience that advertisers are likely to search for. Also, take the time to see what other blogs similar.

Inserting Amazon Affiliate Links in Blog Posts
Many affiliate advertising programs simply require that you create an account, copy some ad code, and paste it into your blog to begin serving their ads to your audience.
However, some unique opportunities are available to you as well. For example, as an Amazon Associate, you can include your affiliate ID in text links within your blog posts so you can make it easy for people to find and purchase products while they’re reading a post on your blog that refers to a specific product.