So you’ve opened your tech blog, gave it a customary techie look, promoted it your social media accounts, and submitted it to a reputable technology blog directory. Work accomplished? Probably not if you have been at it for quite some time and you have yet to create a tiny ripple in the online world. Is it possible that you have not created a technology blog that is not quite impressive as you hoped it to be? Possible!
How can you create blogs that roar instead of whimper?
Create a Physical Appearance Which the Audience Can Relate To
If you are targeting a specific audience like what one usually does when creating a tech site, it is important to make it clear that you are offering a tech site. Do not confuse the audience by choosing a blog theme or lay-out that exudes an image that is far from being techie. Create the atmosphere and the overall experience so you get to attract the right audience you cater to.
Create the Expected Content While Providing Suitable Surprises
Creating expected content is necessary so as not to disappoint those who are searching for such information. However, expected content need not be boring since they can always be presented in more exciting ways. Also, unexpected but related contents are always welcome additions to a roster of quality content. Just be very careful not to totally deviate from the niche as this can also end up confusing your regular readers.
Be The First
Topics in technology are frequently updated. It would be a plus factor if your blog is the first or at least among the early ones who provide information about new tech developments. Providing consistently updated information will develop the habit among readers to look at your blog first . Being at the tail-end of tech developments is not really in sync with the desire to be one of the most impressive tech blogs there is.
Get Your Blog Out There
If you do not have the attention and traffic you want, you need to take steps to create it. More often than not, lasting impression is created by the person behind the blog. As the author, you need to be out there for you to bring back something to your blog as shown in your contents. Promote yourself as you promote your blog. It will be difficult to separate one from the other so try to be as impressive as you want your blog to be.
| Posted by Teresa Martinez at 9:51 am under General
So it’s the end of the world. So what? So the graveyards are tenantless, and the unregenerate deceased have risen in a hiddeous, slobbering mockery of humanity? We say, “Party on.”
It may be the end of the world, but that’s no reason to feel sorry for yourself! It just represents a new and different set of opportunities. Look: capitalism has always thrived on a process of creative destruction. All your customers have gone extinct? What–the whole soccer-mom demo has seen a population-wide collapse after the moon turned to blood, and the dead rose out of their graves? Well then it’s time for you to search out a new demographic. Maybe repurpose your product to make it more appealing to zombies.
Our infographic today will be useful for folks in the photography industry who have survived the zombie apocalypse, but don’t want to change their profession.
Presented By FocusCamera.com.
| Posted by Guest Author at 5:08 am under Fashion
In the whole discussion about energy and oil, the good news is that we keep innovating.
This week a panel experts at the Automotive News World Congress in Detroit (still the auto-capital of America), said it would be entirely feasible for automakers to comply with the federal government requirement to meet a Corporate Average Fuel Economy target of 54.5 miles per gallon by 2025 using current technology. The panel talked about turbochargers, start-stop systems, direct injection and advanced battery technology.
I don’t know if this is good news or bad news. It’s good that we’re improving fuel efficiency. It’s bad that the regulators haven’t given the auto industry a more challenging prod. Basically the message: do a slightly more efficient job with the technology you’re already working with. Due date: One decade from now.
Whatever happened to hydrogen fuel? Isn’t anyone worried about running out of plastic?
The bad news is: we’re still on track to run out of oil by 2050.
Check out what the consequences of running out of oil might end up looking like, if we don’t get our act together in the next few years.
Presented by Plymouth Rock Energy
| Posted by Guest Author at 11:47 pm under News
Being creative is one of the top traits of geeks. Geeks are luckier today as they can show off their creativity in many avenues even online. They don’t have to spend anything just to post their works of art and share them with their friends and other people from all over the world.
We share here some of the most creative accounts on Instagram and see if you feel the same way. Take note these are real photos and not just graphics or drawings.
An animator who lives in Boulder, Colorado, Rachel Ryle has been judged as having the most creative photos posted on Instagram. [Read more →]
| Posted by Guest Blogger at 8:21 pm under General
Amid the popularity of anime, manga, video games and TV cartoon series, the comic strips are not to be outdone. Comics continue to be created and while they’re more known to be in the print version, the digital and online format is also gaining popularity.
Comic strips are meant to entertain young and full-fledged adults. For the geeks, there are many online sites that offer cartoon series and books ideal for them. They’re great to follow if only to give you a good laugh or even just a smile on a daily basis. The Kickstarter comics are also recommended.
Scott Kurtz has this funny comic strip that focuses on a fictional video game magazine and its workers. This webcomic artist is the man behind the award-winning daily online comic strip Player vs. Player or PvP launched in 1998. He released a print version of this in 2000. [Read more →]
| Posted by Guest Blogger at 11:28 pm under General, Home Entertainment
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