How To Be A Successful Blogger

Preface: “Blogger” is a very pedestrian term. Successful bloggers prefer the term “bloggist”.

Firstly, before you even consider successfully blogging, purchase a fedora. This will let your audience know that you are an #internet #professional and that you take #blogging seriously. Your fedora must be on every time you create #content.

Next, use #hashtags. This is a #hashtag. These will allow you to reach the broadest #market in order to capitalize on your #brand. You will notice that #hashtags don’t actually work on blogs, but this is #irrelevant because you are a #successful blogger. Your audience will spread your blog on the #Twitter by copy and pasting the #hashtags that you have conveniently provided. Audience consideration is #critical for a #successful blogger.

Now, we can move on to #content. A #successful blogger must provide #content that is both #words and #information. Sometimes #neither. Focus your #blog on: #brand #integration, #market #optimization, #synergy and #web2.0

I would provide more #tips, but successful #bloggers, such as #myself, are very #busy #individuals that are constantly producing #content. Good #luck!

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