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Anatomy of a Professional Blog
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Anatomy of a Professional Blog
Being a "Pro" A lot of new bloggers aren't able to tell the differences between a professional or an amateur one. Most of them buy templates, without altering the look and feel of it to reflect its blog or by installing the default theme and done. If you'd like to consider yourself to be a professional blogger , rather than being a "pretending pro" amateur, then you need to consider the most commonly used blog design tips that are often forgotten by novices, but will enhance your blog and help you join the ranks of professional bloggers. Having a Professional Blog Structure Blog Logo There is a reason that amateur bloggers tend not to bother to promote their blogs. This is because they're using their default "Text Title" logo for their blog. If, however, you are looking to make your blog unique from others then make an official logo for your blog. It's simple and you don't need something like a graphic designer to design your logo you. All you have to do is to search for an Icon that represents what's on your blog, or what your blog all about Try adding an additional Text Beside it or something such as changing the color of the icon and voila! you have your own logo for your blog. For more detail please visit:- Blog Theme Color When you design your blog, decide on the theme color your blog will use, Do you have any experience with Facebook? (Of Of) although Facebook isn't a blog however you can get an idea out of it about how a theme color affects the professionalism and look of the blog or website, consider using at minimum two colors that represent your blog's theme, for instance If your blog is focused on nature, why don't you have an overall theme color that is green and yellow? It can greatly affect how your site looks and feels "look" and the "feel" of your blog. Blog Favicon Aside from having a custom Blog Logo and the color of your blog's theme, you should also consider having a custom Favicon for your Blog, A Favicon is the tiny website or blog icon that is displayed in a browser's address bar and tab bar, it'll surely enhance the professionalism of your blog. Post Titles Arrangements This goes for both for your blog's title and for post titles. This is a common omission that new bloggers are most likely to commit. Why? Because when users are looking for information, they're looking for certain keywords you could have written on your blog but not your blog's name. This will make a huge difference in the professionalism of your blog and search engine optimization. Default Template Icons If you are trying to install a packaged blog template to your blog, regardless of whether it is one of the blogger templates or a wordpress theme, it usually has some standard icons with it. There is a good chance, that the template that you're using was extensively used by a variety of other bloggers for their blogs, particularly if it is a very popular template and consequently making your blog more appealing to readers' eyes. should you wish to establish a brand for your website and look professional then try to change those default icons to other ones that is similar to it and is the same size. RSS News feed Subscription Always have an RSS Newsfeed subscription option or button for your blog, it lets your readers get connected and updated about your posts or articles, if you would like to have an RSS news feed for your blog, you can use, it offers a free RSS content management. Social Bookmarking Widgets If you really want your blog to be active, "talk of the town" and more professional, you should look into adding Social Bookmarking Widgets that include Twitterer Retweet, Facebook Like and Google's buzz This to your blog posts. These widgets will make your blog have an edge in the battle for attention on the Blogosphere, there are numerous gratis Social Bookmarking Services out there such as Addthis, ShareThis, and AddToAny. Clean up Cluttered Pieces Being simple and clean does create a professional blog, always try to arrange or remove elements, widgets, links and images on your blog so that it doesn't look as cluttered and unprofessional. Also, avoid using or putting numerous elements on your website. widgets utilize JavaScript from other sites, and when the website's servers go down it could delay the loading of your blog and make it slower. Image Sizes If you use images for your blog, it is better and more professional to have uniform size for images, like the primary images of your blog blogs are 350x350 pixels in the size of advertisements, and images for the sidebar are 250x250 pixels, it would make your blog look clean and much more eye-popping rather than one with scrambled image sizes inserted on their blogs. Conclusion On conclusion, if you would like to be regarded by others as an expert blogger, you must first try to evaluate the professionalism of your blog Many claimed to be someone who doesn't even reflect on what they actually are, and if you'd similarly be guilty of publishing something that doesn't reflect your personality, then you should not consider yourself as"professional blogger" "Professional Blogger". Raven Duran is one of the Teen Problogger, Focused on sharing information for enhancement of blog design and blogging productivity and also articles on self improvements, Currently, Raven is a sixteen-year-old young student of the Philippines who is determined to show that age doesn't matter on the Blogosphere as well as in the world.

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