When you are working to make money online, the image you project in the online world is critical. This is especially true when you are providing a service rather than a product, because your clients will deal with you on a more personal level. While you already know that what you say in your blog will reflect on you, you may not have considered how the things you say in online forums and other communities can say a lot about you too.
Wordpress is probably the most popular blogging platform. It is also a prime target for hackers, because of its open source framework. Though the likelihood of your Wordpress site being hacked is very small, it is a good idea to implement some basic security practices to help make it more difficult for someone to break into your site.
No matter what your intentions with your blog – money, fame, family connections – your readers are the most important aspect of it. Without readers, all the time you spend writing and researching will be for nothing. It makes sense, then, to treat them right when they show up at your blog. One thing that is often overlooked is responding to comments.
Every day, I visit literally dozens of websites to research for the writing work I do. You may already know this, but every time you visit a website, data is downloaded for storage offline to help you load that website faster in the future. In addition, many sites will store cookies on your hard drive to help with certain site features. All of this data being downloaded can create a huge drain on the resources of your computer. To help me with my computer, I have been using Ccleaner for several years, and have been very impressed with the results.
To most people, the words “life coach” brings to mind a flighty person burning incense and talking about how to put order into the universe. This may be the preferred style of some life coaches, but many of them are all business, helping their clients to put order into their lives, careers and activities.