Initial Excitement

Initial Excitement

Starting out as a blogger is going to find you excited. But, after the initial excitement wears off, do you have what it takes to keep plugging away? With the right information, you can help yourself stay motivated and in the zone. Working towards getting more readers and producing a quality blog is what it’s all about. So, this article is here to discuss some great advice for the beginning blogger.

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You must put all you can into ensuring that your content is of the highest quality. This doesn’t mean you want to obsess about the matter, but you definitely want to proofread your posts, and you want to relay information to readers that they can use. Don’t get excited about just the aspect of blogging but providing readers with information that is life applicable.

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Not only this, but you can’t upload content once a day one week and then the next week upload content only twice that whole week. You have to remain consistent with your content. If you only upload content once a week, that is fine. But, you have to make sure you adhere to that standard and stick with it. Otherwise, you’re going to confuse your readers, and they aren’t going to know when to check in with you. This world is busy, and you’ll end up losing their attention and their readership.

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Interacting with your readers is a major thing. Now, it takes time to establish readership and get comments. But, when you do get comments, make sure you respond to them quickly and nicely. Also, no matter where you are in the process of developing and gaining readership for your blog, make sure you are thinking about how to get your readers to interact. Say things that make them want to comment, and host a poll on your blog. Ask them a question pertaining to your niche, and get their responses. Ask them to share with you their experiences, and maybe even have a guestbook or some guest blogging going on. Others will want to see more than just what you have to say. If you have multiple perspectives and plenty of interaction on your site, then you are going to win out.

Good Sense Of Humor

Part of interaction on your blog has to do with the use of social media. As a matter of fact, besides direct comments, social media is everyone’s favorite way to interact online. So, allow people to share your content, and this means you must have the proper social media plugins in place.

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Setting up a blog is different than sticking with it and seeing it to fruition. Stay dedicated, and move yourself towards your goals. Establish those goals, and track your progress using the tools available to you. Don’t give up!

Initial Excitement

Don’t read the information in this article like it’s making blogging a complicated thing. It’s not complicated, it’s just putting forth the right effort in the right areas in order to realize success. It’s actually quite motivating and exciting to know what you’re doing and to see it work for you.


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    • Kristen
    • December 10, 2013
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    How To Tell My Grandmother I Don’t Want To Learn Violin? So for my birthday last month, my grandmother got me a violin; an instrument I never had any interest in. I never wanted to learn it, and, knowing how difficult it is to learn, wasn’t willing to take up the challenge. However, knowing that my gran always wanted me to learn violin, I had to fake excitement.

    I did try to learn it, don’t get me wrong. I’ve been practicing every day for the past six weeks and am just terrible at it. I cannot play a song for the life of me. I decided that my initial thoughts were not incorrect, that I have zero interests in learning this instrument. Plus, as a singer, I like instruments I can sing with, such as piano, and I just can’t do that with a violin.

    Honestly, I feel like the violin was a complete waste of my gran’s violin; I just don’t know how to tell her that. I know if I tell her, it will break her heart. I’m not sure I can do that to her.

    What do you think? Should I stick it out, continue to try and learn it myself (I have no money to pay for an instructor), even though I don’t like it, or should I get her to return it? And: if I were to go with the latter, how would I tell her?

    I know this is a dumb question, I’m sorry…
    *waste of my gran’s money, sorry.

    It’s midnight, I’m on an iPod, and can’t think straight.

    My apologies

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      • Admin
      • December 10, 2013
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      You can tell her that what you want to learn and you promise you can do well in it.Finally,you can tell her that you don,t want to learn to play violin because you find that you are not interested in it.Although you still learn hard to play it ,you can do better.

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    • Susansayl
    • December 14, 2013
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    How Important Is It To You That A Business Be Involved In Social Media (ie: Facebook, Twitter, Etc)? I am considering going to a conference about Social Media and Business and it’s kinda costly so I want to see how important social media is in business and if it will be worth the money to go. Thanks in advance!!

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      • Admin
      • December 14, 2013
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      Business can do without social media. Social media is not essential to build brand image.

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    • Sara dy
    • January 13, 2014
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    If The Initial Excitement Of A Relationship Has Died Down, What Would You Do?
    Mine is a long distance relationship.

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      If you truly love someone, it never does. I get excited just seeing my boyfriend, even though we live together. We make sure we have time each day to just talk, mess around, make love, play video games or go out.
      You need to actually do things, keep it fun but also deep and meaningful, you’ll know when you feel a real connection.

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    • Cahneggs
    • January 20, 2014
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    How Is The Prologue To My Murder Mystery? The snow crashed the pavement with patterned strokes. An initial rush of excitement and winter smell crossed the carefree adolescents and children crossing the Queens road on this seemingly normal Friday morning. Normal mid-morning traffic and accidents were broadcasted over the local news station.

    Russian immigrant, Eduard Boklov, born in Krasnoyarsk, Russia, worked at the small Vyacheslav laundromat in Flushing, Queens. At first glance, Boklov’s overpowering confidentiality and intimidation could be an indignant idea of his character. His greasy palm stroked the back of his receding hairline while reading the newspaper. His facial expressions remained the same as he read the comical and plausible stories through the mid-section of the paper. The laundromat was as appreciative as most — both small, damp, and a half-lighted room. Boklov lazily slacked back on the creasy stool over the cleanly filled apparel on the counter. He folded the newspaper as a pompous and heavy set Eastern-European male entered the laundromat with a briefcase.
    His double layer of a University of Notre Dame sweatshirt and old-fashioned Fedora cap made his physical features hard to detect. He had one hand behind his back while his dominant hand carried the (what seemed to be) heavy briefcase.

    Boklov, sighing in relief at the sight of some sense of company and potential business, lapped his tongue over his yellow teeth. He enthusiastically smiled and reddened his face as the mysterious figure began to approach Boklov without mouthing a single word.

    The mysterious figure removed the hand behind his back and Eduard groaned. The anonymous male, still not speaking, was carrying a twelve-inch Tenon saw. Boklov, now beginning to hyperventilate and sweat astoundingly, attempted to leap over the counter and rush the male with a swift blow to his jaw. With quick reflexes, the scary and sinister figure immediately swung the Tenon saw at Boklov in swinging distance.

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      I don’t want to be discouraging, but the way words are used in this passage are not–they don’t work. Each sentence, you have at least one word or phrase that is either disjointed or so misplaced that the reader disconnects from the writing. This reader, anyway. That makes it really hard for me to get involved in the story, and there isn’t a hook wherewith I am compelled to know more.

      Word usage is the first roadblock I’d tackle here. Point of view (POV) comes in a close second, but start with how you use the English language. It should work for you, not against you. Snow doesn’t crash, much less in strokes. Personality traits aren’t indignant in and of themselves, businesses aren’t appreciative, and so on. I think if you scale back on “telling” (where you as the writer explain things to the reader) and engage in more “showing” (where you allow the characters and events to demonstrate their own merit and meaning), you’ll find that this will start to click into place.

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    • Jonathan
    • January 21, 2014
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    What Kind Of Licenses Do I Need To Start My Social Media Consulting Business? As a young person in the state of Arizona I need licenses to start even a lemonade stand. What kind of licenses do I need to start a Social Media Consulting business? I am applying for a LLC on top of everything but I need to know what type of business licenses to apply for. Don’t tell me to look at my state’s website because I tried and there are various kinds of business licenses I can apply for. What kind will I actually need in order to not have any legal trouble?

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      The other poster is correct. Generally when you start an LLC or incorporate that takes the place of a business license, at least on the state level. You may want to check with your local city or county and see if they require a business license to operate in your area. Really though if you really wanted to you would probably be okay not even getting a business license or incorporating and just filing all your taxes under your social security number as a sole proprieter. Is this a business you are going to stick with or something your trying out and see if it sticks. If just trying it out I would say hold off on all the expense of starting an LLC. Business license is generally pretty cheap, normally around $5 and then you have to run an ad in the legal section of the newspaper announcing your business for two weeks generally that normally runs around $100. My business Social Media Hog is just an LLC.

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    • Kate
    • March 19, 2014
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    What Was The Initial Reaction To The Balfour Declaration?

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      This is a fascinating subject and involves a great deal more than just an initial reaction to a declaration. Best of luck.

      As the success of the campaign seemed likely, the British government issued the Balfour declaration on November 2, 1917. The Declaration sent by British foreign minister Lord Arthur Balfour to Jewish philanthropist Edmund De Rothchild called for the “establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people.” Great Britian issued the statement partly out of the desire to elicit the support of Russian Jewry behind the allied war effort and also out of the belief by some of its leaders that Zionism was Biblically-ordained destiny. All that seemed to stand in the way of the goal’s realization was Britian’s successful completion of the campaign. On November 6, Gaza fell to the British who then drove towards Jerusalem. With each British victory, more excitement and anticipation swept over Jewry. Aided by allied armies, the British fought their way through each town flushing out the enemy until they reached Jerusalem.

      A Jewish periodical, The Jewish Chronicle, described the allied conquest as an “Epochal event” and stated with mystic overtone, “It is as if Providence had placed its blessing upon an enterprise distinguished as had been the Palestine campaign by the historic [Balfour] declaration to the Jewish people.” (Jewish Chronicle December 14 1917) Rabbi J.H. Hertz, Chief Rabbi of the British Empire forwarded a telegram to General Allenby that read, “British Jewry thrilled by glorious news from Palestine, sends heartfelt congratulations on historic entry into Holy City.” (Ibid.)

      Soon, the initial euphoria faded and the excitement calmed. The climate changed. Arab leaders in Palestine petitioned the British foreign office strongly opposing increased Jewish immigration into the land. British miltary authorities also began to express disagreement with the aims of Zionism. Suddenly, under pressure, British committments to the establishment of a Jewish homeland seemed in jepordy.

      Barely a few months after the Balfour Declaration was issued, British miltary authorities banned its publication in Palestine. By 1919, the British miltary administration of Palestine pushed for a revocation of the Balfour Declaration and also enforced stringent measures upon the Zionists. They restricted Jewish immigration and land transfers to Jews. In addition, Hebrew was not recognized as an official language. the British even banned the public performance of the national anthem, HaTikvah.

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    • Mega
    • March 21, 2014
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    Social Media Networking Site Creation? Do you guys think it’s a good idea to start a social networking site if you have basic knowledge of programming? I’m not the only one that’s going to code the site, but I also have my little group of programmers. We’ve got ideas, etc. Anyways, do you guys have your own opinions to whether or not a social networking site is really a good idea? (We’re also below the age of 17.)

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      Social media marketing is a completely new, but vital part of online marketing that has taken off in the last few years. Social media marketing is very important to enhance and support search engine optimization efforts as once a page of a site or a link is found by social media users, it can then go ‘viral’ pointing many links back to the website which in turn is seen as a sign of popularity to the search genies and giving a boost in rankings to the said site.

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    • Jacob A
    • April 9, 2014
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    How Come This Always Happen In Relationships? How come when you start to date someone its so wonderful and exciting and everything is magical, but maybe a year or a few years down the line the relationship just gets boring and dull. What i mean is the reactions arent the same anymore when he/she does something special, or the excitement in the tone of his or hers voice when talking with each other. It seems like the 2 are very bleh with each other. Does this mean the love isnt there anymore? or is it just a phase? can anyone explain or give me a good explanation of what it is?

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      The initial excitement is hormonal.

      Any lasting relationship requires effort to keep things fresh. The more creative the couple, the less likely they are to fall into a state of solid boredom.

      If you are in a boring relationship then give your partner what you want from them. Don’t be boring. Do something spontaneous. Your partner will catch the drift and follow suit I would bet.

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    • Jack
    • April 28, 2014
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    What Kind Of Inheritance Have The Dermatoglyphics?

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      Dermatoglyphics is a fairly narrow field in medicine. Certain syndromes are involved with more arches or more whorls, but I don’t think that the initial excitement of medical dermatoglyphics in the 1970s has been sustained.

      You might ask somebody from the FBI.

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    • Lexual<3
    • April 30, 2014
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    What Is An Orgasm? And How Do You Know When You Get One? Ive been having sex for a while now and i get a really good feeling but it dusnt last very long at all. i was wandering if thats an orgasm?

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      The sensation you feel is just the initial excitement and warming up. Orgasm will follow later and you will feel an strange pleasure and contraction of your private. Every muscle in your body will tighten up and you will feel heaven on earth. It is only that you are not being taken to that point. Prolonged foreplay, atleast to the point where you start feeling the excitement, before action will surely take you to orgasm. Good luck.

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    • Nick V
    • May 21, 2014
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    What Does My Girlfriend Mean By We Don’t Feel Like Use? I have been going out with this girl for 7 months. We communicate very well and have enjoyed being with eachother very much. My problem is she says things don’t feel like they use to I feel like we aren’t acting like we use to. What does she mean by this and what can i do to get back to that?

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      I think the initial excitement died… you could try new things to surprise her. But otherwise it sounds like she’s getting bored.

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    • Ambat
    • May 23, 2014
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    We Have Nothing In Common? I met a guy through mutual friends and we hit it off from the start. But now that we’ve gotten to know each other more, I realize that we have nothing in common. When I say nothing.. I MEAN NOTHING! (Except that we’re crazy about each other.. somehow?) He’s very indie and into artsy things and always needs to “create” while I on the other hand am far from artsy and I’m really not passionate about anything the way he is with art and music. I’m kind of a tomboy and I like going camping and being outside and he hates dirt and doing anything outdoorsy. We share no common interests whatsoever.. I like going out with friends to bars and parties and he doesn’t like big groups at all. And on top of it all, there’s a huge age gap. So I don’t know what I’m trying to get at here, but I just want to know if it’s possible that this can work out?
    Thanks lol

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      There is NO WAY this will work out. Right now you have something going, but the early stage is easy. Once the initial excitement wears off it will be your interests that carry you to the next level. Just not happening here. sorry.

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