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How To Start A Blog In 2019

This is going to be a guild on what you need to start a blog in 2019. This blog will have affiliate links which means I get a small reward when you use my link to buy the products at no extra cost.
It's never too late to start a blog. There are some things you should know.
PS, I added the wrong year by accident in the graphic, please excuse this.

First Get Yourself A Niche

First, get yourself a niche you wanna blog about. I suggest you blog about what your passionate about because if you blog about something just because it's popular or because it will make you money, your readers will see it and be put off. Don't blog about cooking if that is not something you wanna keep writing about. 

Get Yourself A  Website Builder

Find a site you want to use to build your website. I used to build my website. 
You can also use. 
If there are any other builders you can use, you can tell me in the comments! 

Get Yourself A Custom Domain

You will need a custom domain for your site. If you use the domain your site builder gives you, it looks like this 'www.joe'' I  watch this YouTuber who gives people advice to become a Freelance writer and she mentions how subdomains do not look professional. Having a custom domain will make it easier for people to find you. It will be easier to find your site if your URL is www.joe', net, org, etc. If you need a custom domain, use these sites. Having your own domain makes it easier for promoting as well.
  • Freenom, they have cheap and free domains. Although it's not recommended, gotta do what you gotta do when you're broke. At least until you can save up enough money for hosting and a better domain. If people understand what it's like to be poor they would understand why you have to go with free options. 
  • Bluehost, if you register for hosting, Bluehost gives you a free domain, their plan is like 3 bucks a month. If you use someone's link, you get it for like 2 bucks a month. 
  • Godaddy
  • Wordpress Hosting
  • Name Boy
  • Namecheap
Get Yourself Some Spellcheck

You will need spell check your articles for grammatical errors and spelling mistakes. I suggest Grammarly for this. I did a review of their software so check that out if you'd like. I will have a Grammarly review up soon. 

Get Yourself Some Graphics
You're going to need some graphics for your blog. I suggest Pixabay as they are copyright free and you will have no worries. If you want to spice up your graphics, you can use Canva. I use Canva and it has everything that I need.  You can use Picmonkey for editing.

You will need social media for promotion. I recommend Twitter since Facebook limits post reach.


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