The long road to internet success, part 5: Community
Part 5 of the series, “The long road to internet success”. Read Part 4 here.
If you recall, we began this journey—this journey to build my online profile and, more harrowingly, increase my wife’s confidence by approximately 23% in my ability to one day host the Academy Awards—on the back of Name.com customer Helene Kwong’s three rules to success: Content, Consistency, Community. We have taken some detours like, for example, when we covered fear. Fear, it turns out, is detriment to all three Cs. But then I realized that freaking out over fear is dumb. Sure, if you’re getting attacked by sharks, be afraid and probably act on fear, but when it comes to creating and promoting content, you’d better be bold. Or at least pretend to be. Here’s a photographic example:
Our secret for improving workplace productivity: G Suite
When you’re running your business or going about your workday, you’re focused on checking off your to-do list, furthering your goals, and coming up with new ways your company can grow and succeed. The last thing you want to worry about is problems while collaborating with your coworkers or clients.
How to start a blog on WordPress
Blogging has become incredibly popular over the past few years, and can be a great source of information and entertainment for online users. If you’d like to start your own blog for fun or for business purposes, WordPress is one of the best platforms available for hosting your website. Let’s walk through the steps it takes to start your own blog on WordPress.