As technology is rapidly developing and changing our lives together with it, it is hard to keep track of the trends. Blogging used to be a hot topic 3-4 years back. As it first emerged it was a luxury to have a blog about an interest or a product. But now, it is a must; especially if you are launching your own brand OR if you wish to make a brand of yourself.
Now, you might not be familiar with the basics of making a website, don’t let this scare you. You, of all people probably faced the same issues while thinking about creating a blogging website; is it expensive? Do I need technical information? Don’t worry, we are here to ease the pain! We can assure you that beginning a brand-new personal blogging site requires no technical information and it costs very little.
Blogs can be opened for personal enjoyment, business, selling products, sharing experiences and many things. They can drive the traffic to your site while making you / your product visible in the digital world.
3 Starting Steps
- Pick a blog name
Choose something descriptive. The name is what will describe you, your brand, your product. It is the first insight of an outsider about you. You can make a mind-map of things your product emphasizes and promises, and break it down to one key word that will be remembered forever.
- Get your blog online
You need to make your blog visible in the digital world, meaning you need to register your blog and get hosting. A blog host is a company that stores all of the files for your blog and delivers them to the user when they type in your blog name. Don’t worry, GuruDesk has your back. Whether you need help, have a question or just want us to set up your blog post you can reach us 24/7.
- Customize your blog
Choose a free template and tweak it. Colours, symbols and the language you use are everything in the making of a brand. Therefore you must choose the template that suits your brand and level it up with your personal touch.
Now, you are all set. All you need to do is write, tell the world about your brand and make connections. Who knows, maybe once you get the hang of it you will publish a “How to Start a Blog” post on your own blogging website!