Home Business Blogging Predictions

Home Business Blogging has become a big thing and especially people who have built up a wide following and big online profile just because they have lots to say. And they blog about those things.

If you're gobby - you could join the ranks of new home business blogging entpreneurs. But what if you don't have a clue what the heck a blog is all about?

Simple Answer ...

A Blog is a great way of getting online in a flash. A blog is an abbreviated version of ‘weblog’, which is a term used to describe web sites that chronicle or log information. However, they can be, and often are, used as a website.

If you are going to set up a blog alongside your site, try and retain your brand. This example shows the Remote Employment brand reflected in a standard Blogger template. More about this in a tick.

What's This Blogging Craze About?

Where’ve you been? Living under a rock? That’s what I was told a couple of years ago and had to get up to speed pronto on blogs and blogging. Let me tell you, blogging is not everyone’s ‘cuppa tea’.

First off, you have to be dedicated to be a full time blogger, and if you are passionate about a subject and have lots to say and share, this could be a good option for you.you could join the ranks of new home business blogging entpreneurs.

A Blog is clever software that allows you to post articles and enables easy interaction with your audience; people can comment on your topic and you can reply.

Blogs feature a wide range of diary-type entries from personal to corporate across a huge assortment of subjects.

Some are personal journals of the author’s daily life, while others are meanderings on topics or ramblings on current or newsworthy issues.

Most companies have a blog alongside, or integrated into, their website. However, because a blog is a type of website, you can also run your website through blogging software.

 

Common Blog Facts

•    Content listed in chronological order, with the newest on top
•    Archives of older articles
•    Functionality that enables people to leave comments
•    A blogroll, which is a list of other related sites
•    Feeds such as RSS or other files – which helps other sites pick up and share your content with links back
•    A wide variety of templates or ‘themes’
•    Side columns with all sorts of widgets and gadgets

If you are starting out and not sure what you want to do, try setting up a free blog in Blogger or Word Press. This will give you start up experience on working with a blog website.

It will also show you how to add pages and content, and how to implement widgets and gadgets into your site. Go to blogger.com and/or wordpress.com for a quick snoop around.

Depending on your product or service, you can run an online business through a blog for free

So, where's it all going and what are the predictions for bloggers?

Give us your thoughts and predictions - we'd love to hear what insights you have about the future of bloggers and where it is all going ...