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Tips for Designing Your Blog for Maximum Benefits 0

Posted on October 14, 2012 by GuestBlogger

The design of your blog is essential, because in the end it is the first impression that matters. The target of this article is to inform you of the range of constituents of your blog’s design, in order for your blog to not just stand out from the rest, but furthermore expresses the message you wish to express to your intended audience.

Above all, it is imperative for your blog to have competent navigation. Period. Readers shouldn’t be forced to explore the entire blog just to get to where they want to. To say it in another manner, it should be simple to traverse through every portion of your blog without any mystification.

You can’t make the users “think” when it comes to helping them go through your blog. Whatever you decide you’d like them to navigate through whether it is via tags or categories or any other method, the blog’s routing plays a vital role.

So when developing your blog, this is one of the vital ingredients to keep in mind. Furthermore, it’s a wise idea to design some helpful secondary navigation where the widespread or associated blog posts are shown.

When you make it simple for the readers to come across specific kinds of posts, they will be elated because in a way, you helped them come upon new matter.

It’s also important to have a plan of monetization in place as far as the design goes. Determine ahead of time how you’re going to monetize your blog.

Some bloggers put up ads here and there without planning it out but you should go the other way and preconceive how your blog will look with ads, as well as what kinds of ads you plan to run. Read the rest of this entry →

Free PageRank Checker Tool on Blog Design Journal 0

Posted on October 19, 2011 by Blog Design Journal

Google’s PageRank scores are not as important to Google as they once were. Nowadays they are only a tiny factor in how Google ranks your page in search results.

But PageRank (PR) is still used by many advertisers to select blogs to advertise on. That makes PR important for monetizing your blog.

A free service called PRChecker lets you quickly check PageRank for a web site and then generate code that you can paste into a widget (or any html code) to display a button that shows the current (updated) PR of each page of your site, on your site.

The PageRank button comes in three sizes. Here is the size I normally use:

There is also a free PageRank Checker Tool that you can add to your site. I’ve put one in the right-hand sidebar of this page for you to use to check PR of your sites right here at BlogDesignJournal.

So you can come back here anytime to check PR of a blog and read about what’s going on in the blog design world.

Should You Advertise for Blogging Jobs or Use Autoblogging to Manage Multiple Blogs? 0

Posted on April 29, 2010 by GuestBlogger

Blogging has opened new ways of earning online income to millions of people around the world. Despite the fact that many run blogs just for fun, others have been able to exploit its true prospects in the online money making industry. Due to the recent hype for blogging and affiliate marketing through websites, almost everyone seems to be seeking his or her share in the industry.

If you’re experienced in blogging and know how to make money of them, you can shift your work load by offering blogging jobs to experts so that they can look after your blogs and you can direct your attention elsewhere. Read the rest of this entry →

Make Money Blogging With Linkworth 0

Posted on October 04, 2009 by GuestBlogger

Today I received an Email from LINKWORTH which said that one of their advertisers is requesting to p lace a LinkPost on my Blog. This is the first invitation from LinkWorth. It is a site which we can make money blogging.

It supplies so many ways we can make money with our blogs.  The ways include: LinkPost , LinkAds, LinkWords, LinkInTxt, LinkBB, LinkSura , LinkMura, LinkPack , and Affiliate Program. If your blog is great enough, make money blogging with LinkWorth is a good choice.

Linkads – are simple text links that are normally places in a website/blog sidebar. Publishers make 70 percent of CPC (cost per click) of all links.

Linkpost – linkpost is a way where the advertisers set some outlines for their website or service and ask the bloggers of their choice to their review or words on it. Bloggers normally make 70 percent of total earning in this kind of scheme. Read the rest of this entry →

Tips for Avoiding AdSense Getting Banned 0

Posted on March 22, 2009 by GuestBlogger

By Miss Sarah, guest blogger

I have seen quite a lot of AdSense publishers posted in different forums stating that their AdSense accounts were banned by Google due to fraudulent clicks. Most of these people claim that they are innocent and have never clicked on their on AdSense ads.

So they have no idea why click fraud can occur on their AdSense accounts. The truth is click fraud can happen in several ways and not necessarily caused by the AdSense publisher himself/herself who accidentally clicked on his/her own AdSense.

Below are some of the tips to protect your AdSense account:

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Free AdSense Privacy Policy Plugin You Need Now! 0

Posted on March 22, 2009 by Kathleen

Do you have AdSense ads on your blogs? If so, you urgently need to read this!

Google now requires that every site that displays AdSense ads must have a privacy policy page with details Google’s newest privacy policy for AdSense ads. If that sounds complicated, it is.

You must comply by April 8, or risk losing our AdSense ad income. So what is a blog designer to do? I have about a dozen blogs, most of which are powered by WordPress, and I have been dreading having to deal with this.

Cavalry to the rescue! SEO whiz Eric Giguere has created a WordPress plugin to automatically generate a Google-compliant privacy policy on any page you choose, or to generate a complete new privacy page for your blog. And the plugin is free!

Download Eric’s new plugin from his personal blog, Synclastic, here.

There are instructions on the download page, but basically it is simple. Drop it in the plugin folder and make a few settings. 

Now, be sure to subscribe to Eric’s blogs, both Synclastic and his AdSense/SEO blog, The Unofficial AdSense Blog. I promise you will be very glad you did. Eric is a whiz, and he explains things in terms we can all understand

Excuse me. Gotta run. I have a bunch of plugins and privacy pages to install.

Get Paid at SocialSpark 0

Posted on December 17, 2008 by Kathleen

I just signed up at a new site for blog advertising, social networking and getting paid to post: SocialSpark. Register your blogs there and let advertisers find you.

Meanwhile you can make friends, who can vote your blog up or down in the rankings. You can also add applications to your profile page, just as you can on Facebook. (There are already hundreds.)

You also get a set of tools for tracking traffic and other stats on your blog. To install the tools, so you can view the stats on your SocialSpark dashboard, you paste a code snippet into the theme code of your blog (not into a widget). But you have to add code anyway to claim your blog.

The service is still in beta testing, according to the site. But registration is open now, and there are already over 1000 blogs listed.

To get ads from SocialSpark, your blog must be over 90 days old and have at least 20 posts. So what are you waiting for?

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