Why was this site created?
There are thousands and thousands of “make money online” blogs out there and I have read many of them! But they all seem to have some familiar problems which I am sure you will recognise.
- Hard to find the right information – the blog site format can make it hard to dig out the posts you actually need
- Written by unatractive obnoxious characters – not sure about you, but I really don’t want to hear about how some rich jerk bought a Ferrari and got drunk on champagne whilst his website made £10k in his sleep
- Commercial – the actual useful information is hidden behind a subscription based website or in a chargeable eBook
- The most well known authors are, frankly, unqualified to help beginners – many of the Internet celebrities don’t appreciate that they are successful for no other reason than getting there first
- Confused facts – many of these sites appear poorly researched and lacking consistent quality advise
- Out of date – blogs that have been around for years will have adopted many old fashioned ideas and techniques, old post won’t have been updated and you won’t know what to believe
The Blogercise site turns the traditional approach on its head. The top of every page on the site lists out the key steps that will mark the difference between success and failure, click through each one to read a succinct yet comprehensive guide to the topic. All the information you need in one place. Each article will be kept up to date with the latest developments from the webmaster world.
No hard sell, no unrealistic promises, just attainable targets that anyone can reach. And all for free.
Professional: This site is written by a successful IT professional working in London. He is a normal sensible chap who works to provide a stable future for his family. The site is constructed with a warm professional tone designed to help beginners get ahead. All content on the site is entirely free.
Experience: The author works at the center of one of the UK’s leading websites. A household name for almost a decade, this site is a leader in its field, employing over one hundred staff to produce a trusted consumer affairs resource. Leading the management information team ensures knowledge of the whole operation, from managing a multi million pound adwords budget right though to tracking every click that every user makes on the site.
Home working: The author has transferred this extensive experience into his own personal projects for the first time just last year. The first of these sites was built from scratch with no existing means to funnel traffic to it. It proved an instant success achieving the first million page views in just 3 months. Repeatable site development has shown that a wealth of industry knowledge can be utilised for home site builder success.
Empathic: By combining both the experience of home projects and multi million pound commercial websites the author understands how to move between the two worlds. You won’t be fooled into thinking building a successful site is easy. Some well known site authors fail to see the advantage they have as the current owners of high traffic sites. The more success you have the easier it gets to launch new projects. For the beginner it’s a whole other story.
Current: Thanks to working in a cutting edge technology environment the author is up to date with the latest development techniques, Internet tools, the best sites for information. His professional career even involves meeting with Google staff from time to time – they won’t advise on how to rank in their search engine, but they are always on hand to support adwords and adsense when required.
Resources: There are many great resources for information gathering around the net. Google themselves publish a great deal of tips that we can all use, it’s amazing how often this official source is overlooked. Sites such as Hitwise are a treasure trove of statistical delights. Here at Blogercise.com fact is the preferred currency. The site author has grown used to the concept of failing quickly in his professional career. Set up a test, see what works, adapt and move. The only way to get ahead is to learn how to develop your own path. Lead. Don’t follow.
The famous Blogercise 10 step guide
The ten step guide to creating a successful website can be found below. This guide is designed for beginners and more experienced webmasters alike. We’ll take you though the journey of creating your site from first conception through to final completion. It is very easy to get distracted when generating your first site, but it is critical that you stay focused and concentrate on completing your first project before attempting the next.
Don’t be in the 90% of readers who will end up with 20 parked domain names and a website as busy as a burger van at the annual Vegetarian society conference. It may take a few attempts to get right, but only by completing a project will you learn for the next. And you never know, a quiet completed site today may take off in six months time. An incomplete site will never make it.