You finally decided to start a blog. You’ve researched and written quality content. You publish articles on a regular basis. But people still aren’t commenting! What do you do? Throw in the towel and accept blogger’s defeat? Absolutely not! There are some very practical things that you can do to get the blogging party started.
There are seven Bhutanese refugee camps in the eastern part of Nepal. Six of them are in the Jhapa district and one is in the Morang district. Caritas Nepal, a non governmental organization supports the education of the Bhutanese refugee children up to the 10th Grade. United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees(UNHCR) supports the refugees for food, shelter and health care.
Weather Underground founder Dr. Jeff Masters says the low pressure system will develop somewhere around South Florida, Cuba and the Bahamas sometime on Saturday. “This will be a large, diffuse system that will bring strong winds and heavy rains to a large area of the Southeast U.S. coast, regardless of the exact center location.” Dr. Masters says there’s not much chance of the system becoming well enough organized to be classified as a sub-tropical storm, but that doesn’t mean it won’t spawn some nasty weather. “Portions of the coastal waters along the Florida Panhandle, as well as from Northeast Florida to South Carolina, are likely to experience sustained winds of 30 – 40 mph Monday and Tuesday.” You can see Dr. Masters’ complete collections entry by clicking here.
Naturally, the first step is creating your own Facebook account and profile. Make your profile as personal as possible. Make it appear that your business (blog) is just one of the things that make you interesting. By showing your personal side, people will be interested in you and you’ll gain lots of friends. Remember, more friends means wider exposure.
Build a list of your contacts. List down every family or friend’s name you have and include their contact information. They are probably the kind of people who would want to support you in your business and would want to avail of your products or services.
Mashable: This app allows you to keep up with the latest coverage from Mashable’s web site wherever you may be. The Mashable app allows you to have the most current information on the Web 2.0 and social media world sent right to your mobile phone.
If you apply the tips and advice outlined in this article to your online marketplace, you will increase the odds that your business will not be “drowned out” by the competition. Understanding the value of placing your content in such a way that allows for your business to be visible to anyone seeking your sort of services or products, is a must for any business wishing to succeed in this digital age.