Saturday, 5 November 2011

Art and Photography - Popular blogs don't necessarily create an income stream


If you are just starting out as a blogger, you probably have less than 70 regular readers and if most of them are your family and friends - they are more than likely going to like every post you make, no matter how bad it is - this is not the basis of a good business plan....

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Popular blogs don't necessarily create an income stream

Writing blog content that gets linked to and is quoted in other blogs is one of the best ways to market your business.

If your product is crap no amount of blog popularity will bring you in an income...

Blog charts are the barometer to measure the success of your website / blog against. These charts aid search engine position placement, they add weight to your kudos and influence your page ranking in search engines. A popular blog is a successful blog and potentially a good earner.

Creating crap blog content means you think your visitors / clients deserve to read crap blog content

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From the blog of Peter Bright

 

This was taken with a 35mm Pentax SLR in 1974 and manipulated in the darkroom in Stourbridge College of Art and Design. This reminds me of the simple pleasures I had messing about with making images – it is a shame I have become cynical.

There are millions of ‘Art’ viewpoints; some take a position of extreme difficulty or resistance. This position questions everything and is unforgiving. The principal is that artists should look beyond the superficiality of life and expose the core. They should also look at the superficiality of Art and culture and rip and tear at the flesh of its own conception, rejecting Metaphor, Romanticism etc. etc. By implementing such self imposed draconian measures you may be left with a purity of ideas but that leaves little to create or live for.

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