Romelia Hedrick

Did you setup a blog? If yes, then it’s time to make it a better one. To do this, you need to create unique content yourself or buy coursework online. In order to grab the attention of people your idea must be unique.

Consider the following points when you think about an idea:

1. Is it something which you can do? You don’t want to get yourself in over your head. If you want to sell cars online, but only have one car to sell, you may want to make sure you have the
financial resources behind you before you start up your site.

2. Who else is doing it? What can you bring to the table if there is someone else doing what you want to do? If they are selling a product, can you offer more variety or maybe just better quality of that product?

3. Who is going to be the audience? If you are targeting teenagers, you better know how they think. Do your research; odds are if you are creating a social networking site, you’re going to need a gimmick to reel them in and keep them coming back.

4. How much money can you invest, and what do you expect to make? If you are reading this, you probably want to make money and lots of it!

Your New Blog

When developing your concept, make sure you have a vision of how it should look and function. If your blog needs some sort of programming and you are not a web programmer then find someone who has a repertoire or work that embodies your idea.

Keep in mind, not every idea you have will be feasible for your budget, and not every programmer will agree with your vision of the site. It is your job to push this person to stay in line with what your wish to accomplish.

When creating your blog consider the following:

1. Simplicity, in the past, the more glitzy and graphical your site looks, the better. Not anymore. Now, you should have a blog that runs fast, looks good at any resolution and feels intuitive to the user.

2. Logo design does make a difference. Do not let your logo become an afterthought. A logo is your image, it should convey some idea of your sites usefulness or content, and it should look professional. If you have a logo that looks like your thirteen year old nephew made it, perhaps a professional logo designer would be worth the investment. Talk to your web site designer, he will know someone or could even do it themselves.

3. Functionality, if your blog claims to give something, then make sure it does. Test, test and re-test. If you rush the project, it simply isn’t going to make a good impression.

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