What’s the purpose? How to find it for a blog?

Hey All!

Thank you for reading my previous post – Domain + Hosting + Content + ? = Blog.

So, after that my friends asked me questions like –

  • What’s the Purpose?
  • How to find it for a blog?
  • What’s the purpose of your blog?

So, questioning is our basic right. Isn’t it?

Yes…

Sometimes, I think myself or question myself – why am living? What’s the purpose of my life? I hope some of you also will have same questions at some point of time. That doesn’t mean that we are vexed with life, it means we are searching for something to know – what’s making us to live. Of course, few can say – family, children, job, business and etc., etc.. They are all part of our life not the purpose of the life.

I agree with this.

As per my knowledge and opinion, living life soundly (smiling always) is the real purpose of life. If you have family and not happy, it’s not a life. You have a job or business but not able to smile, then it’s also not a life. Living In Fearless Environment is the life.

Am I going deep or talking personal thing.. oh. OK. I will stop it here.

So, it’s the purpose. In brief, which fills your happiness more than required is the purpose. If you are more than happy, then you can share it to others. It really fills lives rotational and the purpose will be fulfilled.

OK. Let’s move on to our main thing.

Finding purpose for a blog…

It’s really in your hand. If you want to explore yourself, then it’s the purpose of blog, i.e sharing your personal experiences or knowledge that you are expert in.

If you have a business or launching a product, then it is the purpose. You can frequently share updates about your business or product on a blog.

If you are a professional, you can share your works by creating a portfolio blog. It really helps to explore your works, and how you made it. The purpose of grabbing client’s attention fulfills here.

So, for everyone there is one self purpose to create a blog. It won’t let you go down or nothing will go out from you. Once started do it with heart fully, never ever give up, if you don’t get follow ups or comments or likes. It’s clearly depends on the presentation of your purpose.

Whop… Did I spoke too much / right / any mistakes. Comment your words. I really appreciate it.

Now, my purpose of blogging…

Firstly, I want to get an identity with what I know – either professional career or personal life.

Secondly, it’s my source of income to fulfill my dreams. Yes, it’s true.

Thirdly, I want to see smiles on faces around me by giving my extra smiles to them. With hungry stomach, we can’t give our food to others heart fully. So, I want to eat a piece first and give remaining to others.

In my blog, I will share my knowledge to make others to learn and earn for their needs. I will show the path and it’s their call to go on it or not. I am confident that at least one in hundred will definitely work on it.

I do WordPress websites, design logos, write content, send emails. How I will do all these, will be shared soon in this blog. Success can’t be written in words, but it can be showed in smile.

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Domain + Hosting + Content + ? = Blog

So, here I am asking a question. What will replace the “?” in the title of this post.

Before I start writing this post, I have asked my friends about this. Few of them replied with questions like –

What’s domain?

Which Hosting, you are using now?

Content! Oh God! I am really really worried about it. How you are able to build new content?

So many questions and the list goes on… But none told me the exact word for the replacement of the question mark.

Do you know? Actually, what it is?

It is what it is! Isn’t it?

First let me answer the questions, that I have been asked by few of my friends.

Domain

You are identified by your name, like that web presence is identified by domain name. It’s a name given to every website or blog online. Internally it’s an unique IP address for every website. These are basically numerical addresses that tell your browser where to find the website on the internet.

Example of domain name: passivearnings.com

I am not going to discuss about domain deeply here, but you can read it here.

But our question doesn’t fit this answer.

Am I right?

While reading this post, you can think about it as well. Or, you know the answer before, please type it in comments.

Before we move on to our question, let’s move to another query asked by my friend.

Which hosting service you are using?

You can also share about your hosting providers, so that readers may know about them as well.

I have few recommended web hosting providers.

Also, here is definition of hosting.

Hosting

Web Hosting is a space available for web pages of business owners to make their website available online. Service providers maintain servers which are connected to internet.

Website hosting with unlimited domains, email, and bandwidth for $1.99/month

What’s next?

Yes, content writing ideas. Isn’t it?

Content writing is an art like designing. Will you agree that? Yes, of-course everyone agrees. In designing, how you show your creativity, here in content writing also needs to show your credibility and potentiality.

I am not elaborating about this here, but you can check quick tips of content writing here.

Now, it’s time to get the answer for “?”

If you are given a blank paper, what you will do? You can write or draw or do a paper boat or something else. For each one you do with paper, it has special importance. How? it is your question, right?

Yes, if you write a story on paper, it can be read. If you draw an art, it can be sold. If you do a boat or doll, it can be kept as decor piece.

It depends on the usage of the paper. Right!

Hope you understand it. No? Need an elaboration.

Here you go…

Like we use paper for different things, we can use our blog for different purposes like for personal, business, organization, portfolios, etc..

The purpose of your online presence matters the most of everything. Once you have decided the purpose, you should focus on it everyday, every moment. Present it to the readers or visitors with your creative niche.

If you want to show your knowledge, then you can write content on it with good info-graphics. If you want to showcase your works, make it with images, point list and briefs on works.

For every purpose, there are many ways to expose it on the blog. Catching the right and smart way makes you the blogger.

  • Use catchy words
  • Info-graphics
  • portfolio (if you are a service provider)
  • be specific
  • divide into paragraphs
  • express it like a story

At every line, never forget the purpose of your blog. It should show in every page or line you are writing.


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Important steps to start your career as freelancer [2019]

Freelancing occupied a prominent role as work from home job. Before starting your career as freelancer, you need to do research well about it. You should be well versed with the freelancer requirements.

Here are the most important steps to become a freelancer:

  • Define your goals
  • Find Portfolio Niche
  • Identify your clients
  • Set prices for your services
  • Build quality portfolio
  • Create examples of your work
  • Mention about potential customers
  • Learn tips to pitch yourself
  • Thoughtfully choose your clients

Define Your Goals

Identifying your goal is very important for freelancers. You should be very specific and confident in setting your goal. Do you know what exactly you want to become? Where you want to be in next six months, a year or after five years? You may want to buy a new home or start an organization or something else!

Start writing everything in your mind. Each and every small detail will helps you to set an ultimate goal. Why do you want to become a freelancer? Which skill set you want to be in? What kind of approach you want to do? What services you can provide? How much time you can spend? How to manage time? How will you deliver the service? How to support customers? All these things are very important for a freelancer.

Once you made a note of them, refine them. Write down the goals, priority wise. Select few to start with– as less as you select at a time, the more chance of winning each goal. Scheduling goals will gives you strong ability to manage things perfectly.

Simple, basic but reliable steps of setting goals:

  • Put your goals in writing. Choose goals which are meaningful, measurable, and those that you can impact.
  • Write down achievements, actions and obstacles associated with each goal along with a step-by-step action plan for accomplishing goals and overcoming obstacles.
  • Identify the key performance indicators you will use to track the progress of your goal.
  • Assign each goal yourself in a specific period of time and then take ownership of the goal and be responsible for its success.
  • Have a system in place for tracking each goal before you take action. Include measures, dates and the name of the person or people who helped for each goal.

Find Profitable Niche

The most important and toughest part of freelancing career is – finding the right niche.

Isn’t it? Yes, obviously.

It’s not that much easy to set a niche for your freelancing career to get good money into your account. It’s a well designed professional career, yet it’s a good competitive world with certain limitations.

Do the research about freelancing career and check the most trending freelancing jobs online. Based on your research and your interest choose the best one as your niche. Polish it by learning in depth to become an expert on it.

Identify your clients

Finding clients and marketing yourself – it’s the most challenging part of your freelance career.

If you are a new comer and don’t know about marketing your freelance profile, then it’s time to build tasks yourself.

Prepare yourself with strong background, plan it to grab the attention of the clients. It’s not that much difficult to get right clients, but you have to do a plan and execute it without fail. Stick to your plan and never change, once you have started.

Define your target market

It’s first step to show yourself to the market. Define your target market, who is it you’re targeting? Know who your audience is in relation to your freelance goals. Then tailor your branding and promotions to them.

You have the freedom to define your market by what type of clients you’d like to work. You can describe – how you enjoy your kind of work!

If you are confused or don’t know – whom to target or what type of marketing you need to target, then don’t worry. You can expose yourself as generalist and detail the skills and area of expertise. Think broadly and act up on it.

Set goals and deadlines

You might have multiple goals to accomplish. It’s good to have but in order to achieve them, you need to break them into manageable tasks and create deadlines to achieve them.

When will you start marketing your freelance business? Will you have some sort of promotion over the holidays? If so, when does it need to be finished in order for you to prepare its launch? Consider this kind of stuff and write it down in your tasks.

Write down the each and every detail of your tasks and schedules. Every point is important to manage in a timely manner.

Breakdown the types of clients and send emails regularly framing them with respective content. Educate the clients with your services, reach them and show your works and how you can help them with your services.

These kind of tasks helps you to engage with more clients and make your name out of the competitors. Once you accomplish more tasks, you’re more optimistic about the goals ahead that you’ve yet to complete.

Finding your first client

Most of the time clients will come to you to get their work done. But for a new comer, it’s time to go to the clients. You need to expose your profile, works, show case your projects. Start promoting yourself on digital marketing.

Give detailed information about your services. How they can be benefit from your work? What they can expect? How will you get it done? Your timings, quality of work with time management gets you more clients.

Once you have done with your first project, through word of mouth only, you will get another. But to get them in your box, you need to do some foot work. The more you communicate and engage with clients one-on-one the more you get the works.

Tell everyone that – “I am starting my career as freelancer and I am giving my best of services. If anyone need my works, I am at service.”

Word of mouth makes lot of impact rather than digital marketing. Of course, now-a-days mostly used method it is. Though the initial projects are from small business or shops or whatever, it really important for a starter. Do your best and get more works with the help of those.

Review a potential client’s online presence and see if there’s any value you could bring to the table. Could you build them a more effective website? Are there any opportunities they’re missing out on? How can you make their business better with your services? Use this to your advantage when introducing yourself.

Personalize your email for each client, it’s easy to notify the mass mail. Don’t over boil it. Give an introduction, your services and projects you have done. Address the contact by their name, and be sure you don’t talk too much about yourself. Share with them your interest in them and how you can help.

Once you have successfully grab first project with client, then it’s time to start your job of making money. Along the way you can refine your sales process so you will complete projects faster, generate more leads with your completed work, and build an effective portfolio.

Set Prices for your Services

In freelance competitive market, pricing is very important along with the quality of work. There are various strategies in setting price for your services. I have discussed here every pricing style.

  • Hourly Pricing – As like all freelancers, I started working for hourly pricing. When getting started with this pricing isn’t bad idea for new freelancers. You are getting compensation for the work you are done for hours. If the client’s need changes or project gets more time to complete then you will get compensated for the extra hours you worked on the project.