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Most people promoting a business online know that blogging can be an important component in the success of their business. Blogging, when done right, can drive valuable search engine visitors to your website, create customer or client loyalty and cement you, your business or your website as an authority in a given area.

Any successful Internet marketer would probably recommend blogging as an essential part of building an online business. The problem is: most people are intimidated by the prospect of creating a blog. They feel the process is tedious or complicated, but nothing could be further from the truth.

As a matter of fact, starting a blog is amazingly easy! It does require some planning, research and commitment, but this is not nearly as complex as it may seem.

Follow these 5 simple steps for starting a blog and you’ll be well on your way to building a steady stream of highly qualified traffic to your site:

1. Find a niche that interests you and that you have at least a fair level of competence in. The problem with a lot of would be bloggers is they choose a niche based upon a business opportunity or affiliate product. A better blogging strategy would be to go in the opposite direction and choose your business opportunity or affiliate product based on your niche. Blogging will come much easier if you actually have an interest in what it you’re writing about and have at least a minimal amount of expertise in the area.

2. Make sure your niche is not too broad. There are literally millions of blogs on the web in some niches. For instance, typing home business in a Google search will return millions of links, many of which are to blogs. Simply creating a home business blog would leave you in competition with millions of others, but if you narrow it down to something like Starting a Medical Billing Business from Home, for example, you’ll reduce competition and more accurately target your audience.

3. Set your blog up on a free blogging platform like Blogger or WordPress. There are plenty of other blogging platforms available to host or setup your blog on, but these are two of the more user-friendly sites out there. Both sites provide tutorials, videos and other tools which do a great job of assisting users in blog setup and maintenance.

4. Post your first blog entry. Now that you have a blog set up, you need to write and post your first entry. This is often the biggest hurdle to overcome when starting a blog. Finding ideas for a post and then writing about it can often be exhaustive and time consuming for those not comfortable with writing. But with the unlimited amount of information on nearly every imaginable subject readily available online, there is no excuse for not coming up with something. I suggest visiting article directories, other blogs, and forums for finding ideas. Get as many ideas from as many sources as possible and then put it all into your own words.

5. Promote your blog. Like I said before, creating a blog is the easy part. Getting traffic to your blog will likely be a bigger challenge. One of the biggest things you can do to create search engine traffic for your blog is to post unique, quality content as often as possible. Posting useful comments to other blogs and forums in your blog’s niche is also a great way to create traffic.

These steps may seem like an oversimplification of the blogging process, but they do accurately demonstrate how easy it is to start a blog. If you keep these 5 steps in mind when starting your blog, you will have more than enough ammo to become the next blogging success story on the web.

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  1. This had a lot of ideas that I didn’t even think about! I work at a college and didn’t even think of that as being a place to advertise!

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