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Saturday, June 01, 2013

Great deal for an online design

Starting a commerce or blog online isn’t trouble-free; you want to make sure that you have an immense platform. You want to indulge advertisers and direct sponsor as well as your regular readers to your website by the choice of your content plus the layout of your blog. It is not uncomplicated to get all this safeguarding; for you need to drive more traffic towards your blog. And there are so many things you have to do. That’s okay, for you know that you will have a good outcome in the end.

Before you start it, you have to make sure that you come up a good niche for your blog, something that you most likely want. The post you write should speak of what your blog would be and if it’s somewhat random, it’ll fall into General Categories. Mostly you are looking for a theme that would coincide with your blog. There’s a design online that you can look for. Some are free; others involve money to make sure they have the unique design.


So, if you plan on making one? Make sure you write down a list and think what you would like to your blog before creating one for an unproblematic way.

16 comments:

  1. I decided early on that mine would be a mixed blog--I hate being thrown into a niche--always have always will. For my design I just wanted something subdued and pretty which the person who created it for me did--even my Mom liked it (amazing but true)

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  2. Try not to constrain yourself
    And think of what you choose will still be valid in a few years

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  3. I need a makeover to one of my blogs and I am looking for a good blog designer.

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  4. I have done my own design on my blog from the get. I just redid the layout and I'm struggling with a CSS code now. It's so frustrating, because I know how to fix it but with the theme it doesnt' fix how I want it to.

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  5. Design is important, but I think early on the focus should be more on defining your niche and creating great content. Followers will adapt to a design change later, but you can't expect to get followers just because you have a great design.

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  6. It is so hard when you first start out. A good design is so important but cost is usually an issue in the beginning, love that there are free or low cost ways to go.

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  7. We all need to research before we start.

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  8. Most of my blogs are in general form. When it comes to blog design I have some friends who are talented and knows how to design blogs. It's what they do and they are good at.

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  9. I love my mixed blog. I think it is great if you have a topic to narrow it down to but it isn't always that easy.

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  10. same with everyone else, mine is mixed.:)

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  11. yep, good niche blogs are in demand these days. I'm thinking of giving up some of my mixed or personal blogs but I don't want to waste the time and effort I made to make those blogs.

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  12. Majority of my blogs are in "general" niche. This way, it would not be hard for me to focus in one topic only when I have to update.

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  13. When I changed my blogs name and actually changed my blog, I decided to not make too many paid links and make it into more like my blog along with some reviews and giveaways and a mixed blog that is. There sure is a lot of things that you can do online to design your blog theme and stuff.

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  14. I still have a lot of work to do when it comes to improving my blog's design. I hope to have someone to do it for myself for a reasonable price.

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  15. Most of my blogs are in general category but, mostly I write about travel subjects. I go for free theme though.

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