How To Become a Tech Blogger

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  • To make your blog stand out, follow these tips:Image 1
  •  Be an Authority

If you want to position your blog as a technical one, you need to decide on a focus, such as game development or open-source software, and bring a legitimate degree of credibility to it. “A blogger who focuses on Linux will be much more effective if he works full-time in a Linux environment, consults on Linux issues, etc.,” You don’t have to be a tech guru to be an authority. After all, even interns have authored popular blogs. Entry-level Web designers and unemployed coders can develop an audience if they write about their experiences with verve and authority.

  • Reference Other Bloggers

Be sure to link to influential bloggers and their posts within your own blog; if you’re lucky, they will link back. But don’t focus solely on the top one or two bloggers, or else you will look like you just want attention (and links). Other bloggers with clout who aren’t the stars of the scene may be more likely to link back to you. “Try referencing the bloggers who are read by the top bloggers,” Teten says.

  • Let Your Personality Show

Blogs began as an intensely personal medium, often having a diary-like quality to them. While blogs have since evolved, many still convey plenty of personality. “Let your personality show,” Olson says. “Remember to be yourself.”

  • Be Passionate

Unless you feel strongly about your subject, you will have a tough time succeeding as a blogger. “You have to enjoy what you are blogging about — it’s as simple as that,” Olson says. “If you don’t, it will feel forced and your readers will notice.”Jeff Julian, cofounder of Geekswithblogs.net, a hub for technology bloggers, asks bloggers who want to join Geekswithblogs.net about their passions. “When a person reads a blog, one of the only ways they can be attracted to your writing is to know who you are and immediately acknowledge your passion about technology,” Julian says.

  • Explain Technical Matters

To prove your knowledge about your particular technology sector, Jon Henshaw, Internet strategist for Sitening, suggests you provide information that techies crave, like “informative tutorials [and] ingenious software solutions.”

  • Enlist Your Friends’ Help

Henshaw suggests bloggers ask friends and colleagues to submit posts to spots popular with technology bloggers, such as del.icio.usDigg and Newsvine .  “The fact is, one digg or popular vote from del.icio.us can catapult a blog from obscurity to notability,” Henshaw says.


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