Come up with new ideas: don’t just imitate what others are doing in your niche. Try to come up with new ideas and themes that are not available anywhere else.
An Auto-Responder Program. In order to retain some of the traffic that you’ll be getting, you’ll want to use an auto-responder program. This is probably one of the more costly items you’ll add to your site, but oftentimes it too only runs about $20 or so a month depending upon the company you choose. This will let people who do visit your website sign up to receive newsletter’s from you, updates, or just about anything you want to send them.
Real IP – Ever gotten comments from someone who’s behind a proxy or private IP? Never again. Real IP does exactly what it says: it corrects the comment’s address and shows you where they really are. Not only that, it does it with no special tweaking or settings-it just works right out of the box.
Next, you need to install your blog. I suggest using wordpress as your blogging platform. wp woocommerce themes has been the number one blogging platform for a long time. Plus, it is backed by a great company so it will be one of the best blogging platforms for a very long time in my opinion.
FAQs page – This is where they can find out about you and your customer service. Use it to answer commonly asked questions so that you aren’t overcome with emails asking for answers to the same questions over and over again.
Job Listing – our last-but-not-least entrant, gives you the ability to make money off a customizable job posting board. Part of an affiliate program, the plugin lets users filter jobs, apply for them, use templates, and much more. The best part is, it’s fully integrating with your site, and uses a sidebar widget to display in your blog proper.
Create a newsletter or free giveaway – This is one way to build your list of potential customers. Create an opt-in page where they can enter their name and email address in exchange for a free monthly newsletter in their inbox or a giveaway like a free report, ebook, audio, video or ecourse. This gives you the opportunity to market to them again and again.
All the three phases are outlined step by step with screenshots and exact instructions in my tutorial. It’ll take you less than 2 hours to have your blog up and running once you get started.