“Seeing is not enough; you have to feel what you photograph” – Andre Kertesz

Archive for May, 2013

Maintain an idea file.

lways be on the lookout for new ideas for getting inspired to write. And have someplace where you can easily record them to refer back to later.  UseEvernote as an online catch-all for writing ideas.

Perfect your About Me page.

This is the most frequently visited page of your blog after your home page. It also has the longest shelf life. It’s worth really looking at how others have done it, and then to make yours as professional and well thought out as possible. You certainly don’t want people bouncing off this page. They need to subscribe to updates then and there.

Show your social media profiles.

Encourage visitors to connect with you on social media. This builds trust and deepens the connection.

Create a contact page

As soon as you start getting traffic, some of your readers will want to get in touch with you, so create a contact page and use a plug-in like Contact Form 7to make getting in touch with you easy

Create a contact page.

As soon as you start getting traffic, some of your readers will want to get in touch with you, so create a contact page and use a plug-in like Contact Form 7to make getting in touch with you easy.

Conclusion

Choosing a name for your website is a creative process, which with that involves proper solutions to definite issues. Approach the process of choosing a domain in a rational strategic way and you will definitely succeed in finding an elegant, memorable and successful name for your website.

If names are not correct, language will not be in accordance with the truth of things.  ~Confucius

Position your opt-in form in a prominent position.

People often hide their subscription form and then complain that nobody subscribes. Make it very easy for people to find your sign-up form. Top right on your sidebar or just above your main navigation bar are two good places.