Blogging can run your entire web site

Written by Graham Jones


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1. Create a web page template for your entire site.

2. Include Blogger.com 'tags' for each blog entry within your template. The key tags you will need are: <$BlogItemTitle$> and <$BlogItemBody$>. These tags will insertrepparttar title andrepparttar 142759 text for each item you enter into your blog.

3. Set up each page of your web site as a separate blog usingrepparttar 142760 'advanced' settings.

4. For each blog, use your template code asrepparttar 142761 template within Blogger.com

5. Post a single entry into each blog, which isrepparttar 142762 main content for your page.

6. Publish your blog! That's it!

Inrepparttar 142763 future, you will be able to changerepparttar 142764 content or add to it, simply by logging onto Blogger.com, choosingrepparttar 142765 appropriate blog (or page of your web site) and then editingrepparttar 142766 post item.

People are beginning to realizerepparttar 142767 potential for content management using blogs. You no longer have to see blogs in terms of a single page that is added to your web site. Instead, you can view blogging asrepparttar 142768 way you run your web site.

If you want answers torepparttar 142769 top blogging questions you can get a free guide torepparttar 142770 Top 15 Questions on Blogging from: http://www.infoselling.com/blogging/howtoblog.htm

Graham Jones is a psychologist who has specialized in the way we use the Internet. He is an author of 27 books and thousands of articles. He runs Infoselling.com where you can get a FREE report on how to sell your own information products, ebooks, reports and articles online.

http://www.infoselling.com


Blogging on Ecademy will boost your web site

Written by Graham Jones


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However, you need to ensure that your entry on Ecademy is real content no keyword stuffing for instance. If your entry is not useful it can be removed byrepparttar Ecademy staff. Even if it is allowed, Google will not see your site as important if your blog entry isn't focused on what your site is about. But if you post entries onto Ecademy which are directly related to your web site you will see search engine benefits.

Furthermore, you'll also see many people visit your site as a direct result of your link inrepparttar 142758 Ecademy blog. So, don't just think of blogging on your own site; add your blog postings to Ecademy as well.

For more answers to blogging questions you can get a free guide torepparttar 142759 Top 15 Questions About Blogging from: http://www.infoselling.com/blogging/howtoblog.htm

Graham Jones is a psychologist who has specialized in the way we use the Internet. He is an author of 27 books and thousands of articles. He runs Infoselling.com where you can get a FREE report on how to sell your own information products, ebooks, reports and articles online.

http://www.infoselling.com


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