There are many ways to gain credibility in blogging, but I’ll just focus on one of them (to avoid confusion, side issues and what-nots).
Just a quick heads up… I was wondering why the Google Analytics stats for a website showed web traffic diving, and then flat-lining. And then I remember I had changed the WordPress theme. And sure enough, the new theme did not have the required analytics code.
So if ever you notice your web stats dropping, check the footer.php file of your theme. It might be the case of you excitedly updating your blog’s look, that you overlook some required files.
TIP: Keep a site admin diary. Every change you make, list it in your diary so that you can review it and understand better why certain things happen in your site.
So, Lorna, that’s why your traffic dropped. Actually, it did not drop… it was the just the report. Or rather, the lack of a website traffic tracking code. Sorry about that. 🙂
Everywhere you go, you’ll always manage to find someone let loose phrases such as financial crisis, credit crunch, or financial meltdown. You’ll find not a few fearful folks who worry about the future. Well, one way of augmenting your income is to find out how to make money online today.
One way to do this is by blogging.
Janette Toral launches her latest book, Blogging From Home, which is an easy-to-read introductory guide to blogging. The 88-page book has generous screenshots, and the light text will protect newbies or blogging beginners from the info overload that some books cause.