This month the magazine PC Magazine came very loaded with content to my style, apart from being the farewell apparently last by Nadia Molina, concentrates heavily on blogging, offering advice and philosophy on what has become an interesting phenomenon on the web. Very convincing the differential analysis between what is traditionally known as Journalism and blogging.
Eduardo Arcos, de Alt1040 shows 7 tips for bloggers who want to succeed, nothing that has not been said but summarized masterfully by someone who started his blog in 2002, that is 5 years before Geofumadas and that also from 2005 launched Hipertextual, many say that it is the second most important commercial blog network in the Spanish language. A few days ago they also launched the advertising network called Q.
Here are the 7 tips for bloggers.
- Find your niche, one that interests you in truth and writes about it.
- Do not try to blog what you read in your favorite magazine
- Blogs are a different medium and it works differently. Comment, share, comment, seek to create discussion.
- Writing well on a blog does not mean trying to write like in a newspaper or magazine
- Link, link and link more. A blog that does not link is like a lost island far from the blogosphere.
- Be constant, it's worth nothing to publish a lot a week and the next forget the blog for a month. Be steady.
- If you don't have good content, the best design in the world won't help you at all. Blogs are primarily what is read, content, not what is seen.
By the way you see this image served in Bitperbit that is more than explicit
Also the material makes a comparison between the main content managers, the last oriented to microblogging:
Very practical tips for Blogger and Wordpress are included, then the 6 cases of blogs that have reached interesting popularity and international importance are listed, which should not be missing in our reader if we want to keep up with those who write on a regular basis. Among these is mentioned:
Finally shows an interesting reflection and way of proceeding before the idea of setting up a website for the company under the platform that blogs operate.
Oh, I forgot, I passed the raw moral.