Christopher Jan Benitez

  • 5 Logo Design Tips for Bloggers Who Suck at Design

    Your logo is a huge part and is the mark of your brand – literally. It’s as important as the name of your blog and the niche you planned to cover. Plus, it adds an impact on how your target market perceives you. Although, some new bloggers who have just started building a blog may have a little budget at first this doesn’t mean that their logo cannot be great.

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  • 4 SEO Trends in 2018 that All Bloggers Need to Know

    SEO is never out of fashion. It doesn’t matter how hackneyed and beaten to death it sounds – the fact that SEO is still talked widely about also attests to its importance as a strategy. One of the biggest reasons why it is discussed all the time is because of the constant changes it undergoes. The Google algorithm that determines the ranking of pages on search results is alwa ...

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  • Want to Sell a Product on Your Blog? Here’s How

    Online selling has become a good source of income for online bloggers. Some have digital products like courses and online tools, while some go with their own branded physical products. Believe it or not, the percentage of people who uses their blog’s success to venture on to another type of business has increased in the past years.

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  • 6 Keys to Focus on to Reach New Heights with Your Blog

    When you have been blogging for so long, you’ll realize that, at some point, you lose your way or get sidetracked by other tasks not related to your initial goal. Eventually, you’ll find yourself looking for tips from on how you can achieve better results from blogging. These things happen to long-term bloggers and even to those new to the industry.

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  • Should You Build Your Blog on a CMS or a Website Builder?

    Your blog is your business. Any decision you make about your blog requires you to perform extensive research and careful thinking, especially if you are building your blog from scratch. Therefore, a question begs to be asked: where do you plan on creating your blog? You have two choices when it comes to approaching this issue: a CMS or a website builder.

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  • 5 Steps to Successfully Transition from a Blog to an Online Store

    There are countless of ways to make money online with your blog. And you may have launched your blog for this particular reason. However, there’s also a chance that you want to expand your sources of income online. Monetizing your blog using ads and affiliate links can only draw you so much.Therefore, you may want to consider making money with products you made instead of words you wrote.

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  • 5 Inspiring Blog Design Examples that Improved Readership

    The blog’s design can impact how a visitor sees the business. While high traffic can be what every blog owner wants to achieve, user-experience should first be the priority. UX, short for user-experience, is how a person feels when using or visiting your blog. To provide a great UX is to have a fast loading site, great design, and an opportunity for engagement.

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  • 4 Ways to Deepen Engagement with Your Blog Audience

    Traffic is meaningless if your blog performs poorly regarding reader engagement. It’s comparable to owning a ground floor store in a crowded mall, but failing to convert walk-in visitors into paying customers. In such a situation, you need to hatch strategies that focus on building the trust and confidence of your target market – on top of relentless promotion strategies tha ...

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  • How to Write Compelling Blog Content for Boring Niches

    Let’s get one thing straight: there are no “boring” niches. Some people are passionate about something that others will find annoying and vice versa. It does not necessarily make a niche boring by default. However, some niches are much more appealing than others to the public. For example, topics related to popular culture (movies, celebrities, lifestyle) will draw more att ...

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  • 5 Ways to Serve Up a Tastier Food Blog to Your Audience

    5 Ways to Serve Up a Tastier Food Blog to Your Audience April 14, 2017 by Christopher Jan Benitez Leave a Comment Food blogging has mushroomed in recent years so nowadays readers have more choice than ever. While everyone loves food, no one likes seeing similar types of blogs, much like no one likes eating the same thing every day.

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