I’ll often get a thought throughout the day that I think will make a great post, and I’ll type it in my phone notes or a notebook to make sure I don’t forget it, because I absolutely will

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The blogging world is a great one, and you’ll find your groove in time. Don’t stress yourself out about things like followers and your page not looking perfect – you’ll improve as you go along. Enjoy what you’re writing about and enjoy the process, as that’s what makes it all worth it. I hope this post helped you, and be sure to drop a comment or DM if you have any more questions. This was all written from my personal experience, but everyone grows differently – I’m by no means a blogging expert, but I try my best! I hope this has inspired you, and if it has, take the inspiration whilst you still have it and start that blog!

https://monicaagiuliani.com/2021/01/31/i-want-to-start-a-blog-but-i-do

I seldom get to the point of liking something, and instead settle for it’s okay for now

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Another factor in my frequent fidgeting is that it doesn’t require much brain power. I don’t have a lot to go around, and when there isn’t enough to do any writing, fidgeting is still something I can do.

https://mentalhealthathome.org/2021/01/03/how-much-do-you-fidget-with-your-blog

The good news is that building a quality and professional website is easier than ever, and even website builder tools can give you the professional designs and functionality that only pros could provide five years ago

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Before you get started:

Before you decide which path you want to go down for creating your website, take the time to understand the web development process. Then, ask yourself a few questions. Start with these three:

1. What do you want your website to do? Does it need to have a few pages and look nice, or do you need to sell something, schedule appointments, etc?

2. Do you want to be able to easily update things yourself in the future, or pay someone to do them?

3. What is your budget? Do you want to spend nothing now and then $15 per month, or $5,000 now and more when you need changes?

Then, consider the answers to these additional website requirements questions before deciding on the best way to get your website set up.

https://jenzy.business.blog/2020/11/19/create-your-own-website-guide-2

Fun content that grasps the thought of the reader is more likely to be seen and encouraged to like, comment, shared, and followed

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The homepage must reflect your content as a whole. It is irritating and annoying to see POP-UP messages blocking the website. Most people click them away and never return again.

https://dropnerblog.com/2020/09/16/whats-your-blog-about-and-is-it-bright-for-the-reader-5-ways-to-know-it

Given that visitors form a first impression of a website within 50 milliseconds (or 0.05 seconds), optimizing your website design isn’t just recommended, it’s crucial for business success

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Ultimately, optimizing your website design may boil down to consistency, clarity, functionality, and personality. Your website can be one of the most powerful tools in your digital efforts – working towards creating connection, establishing brand credibility, and ultimately, edging visitors along in their buying journey. Let this powerful tool work overtime for you, with a website redesign. 

https://blog.brandrep.com/website-design-for-ultimate-customer-conversion

Always remember who your website is for (that would be readers, in case you forgot)

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There’s a lot more you can do with your author website, but I’ll leave you with one challenge. You may remember that in the first post, when we talked about the why of an author website, I explained that my goal is to make readers know their way to my website in case I ever lose my social media. But to draw readers to a site consistently, you have to offer something to keep drawing them in. You have to offer something special.

http://www.hashtagiwrotethis.com/blog/essential-elements-of-an-author-website

Before starting to craft a website, our primary obligation is to think of what our target audience wants from the website?

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The websites we create are powerful tools for our customers and prospects. The website we put in our customers’ hands should help them gain a competitive advantage in their industry and improve their business presence. Our main objective when we create a website is that the site offers many benefits, such as enhance the business brand, improve customer service, increase sales, get more leads, and newer clients.

https://moss51.com/target-audience-want-from-website

WordPress has more professional users than casual ones (which means more customers with the knowledge about coding)

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The paid themes in WordPress are SEO optimized that will make your site score good ranks in search engine. Along with this it gives excellent customer support. When you pay for things, you start expecting more from the product and WordPress doesn’t disappoint you with it.

https://vwthemes.home.blog/2020/04/09/wordpress-themes-a-customer-review