How to Start a Blog in 5 Easy Steps (Infographic Included)

How to Start a Blog in 5 Easy Steps (Infographic Included)

Let’s start at the beginning. Blogging has become a popular method for Bloggers, Entrepreneurs, and the Business World, in general, to connect on a social level. Blogging takes place on the internet and in social media and the environment wherein it functions is called the ‘Blogosphere’.

Over the last couple of years and with the advent of search engines like Google, Bing, and Yahoo as well as the creation of social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and LinkedIn, Blogs have become a method to many entrepreneurs, to generate an income.

Blogging has especially become popular amongst female entrepreneurs, who choose Affiliate Marketing as a Business model. This allows them to follow a career and to generate an income from home doing the thing (writing) what they love and at the same time ensure that they can raise their children and spend more quality time with their families.

If you are an entrepreneur and you want to follow the example of these brave pioneers who ventured into the Blogosphere and made it their own, you need to start a Blog of your own. I need to be upfront with you though. Although it is relatively easy to start a Blog and to follow all the steps to monetize that Blog, it takes a lot of hard work to make it rank in search listings of the various search engines like Google, Bing, and Yahoo. I will go into a lot more detail on this part of your business venture, but first, we need to empower you to set up and start your very own Blog.

There are basically five main steps to take when you want to start a blog. If you follow the steps set out in the below Infographic exactly, you’ll have your own blog set up in 30 minutes or less.

Infographic: Start a Blog

An Infographic on how to start a profitable Blog

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Kim Bock

Freelancer, Blogger, Online Marketer & Teacher at The Freelance Writing Blog
Kim writes for individuals, big & small companies, and Blogs. She is an experienced Negotiator (Industrial Relations) and she is also currently the Marketing Manager for WebScripto. See more in the 'About' section of
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