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hoʻopōpilikiaI kēia ʻauinalā ua hala wau i kekahi mau hola ma Barnes a me Noble. ʻO Barnes a me Noble kahi kokoke loa i koʻu home, akā pono wau e hōʻoia he ʻoi aku ka maikaʻi o ka hoʻonohonoho ʻana o Border a ʻoi aku ka maʻalahi o ka loaʻa ʻana o nā puke. Ke hele wāwae nei au i nā 'ʻaoʻao' ma Barnes a me Noble e nānā ana ma mua o ka hoʻolilo ʻana i ka manawa i ka heluhelu ʻana.

Eia nō naʻe, ua hāpai au i kaʻu makasina punahele, Hoʻolālā Pūnaewele Pono (aka .net) a i ka hopena ua hāpai ʻia ʻO Darren a Chris'puke, Nā mea huna no ka blog ʻana i kāu ala i kahi loaʻa kālā ʻeono.

Manaʻo wau ʻaʻole kaulike ke poʻo o ka puke. ʻOiai ka hapa nui o ka puke e pili ana i ka monetization a me kā Darren kūleʻa ma ia, ʻoi aku ka ʻōlelo aʻo a ka puke ma ʻō aku o ka maikaʻi. Paipai wau iā ia i kekahi mai kahi alakaʻi alakaʻi no ka blog ʻana pū kekahi. ʻOkoʻa ia mai kekahi o kaʻu mau puke punahele ʻē aʻe i ka blog ʻana, e like me Hōʻike a ʻO Scoble's puke, puke Na kamailio kaina olohelohe, i ka mea ʻoi aku ka tactical i kāna hoʻokokoke ʻana ma mua o ka hoʻolālā. He puke kēia e hoʻomaka ai ʻoe ma ka blog ʻana ʻana.

Ua hoʻokūpaʻa ka puke i nā ʻano hana a me nā hana i haʻi ʻia e aʻu ma kēia blog, akā pono wau e kaʻana aku iā ʻoe i nā hemahema nui loa i kaʻu blog ʻana:

  1. ʻAʻole kū mau kaʻu blog ʻana ma muli o kaʻu papa hana. He mea ʻeha kēia i koʻu kūlana no ka mea ʻaʻole paʻa mau ka poʻe heluhelu i ka ʻike maikaʻi i kēlā me kēia lā.
  2. Kaha ʻia kaʻu pūnaewele ma mua o ka ʻenehana ʻenehana a me nā pou he nui iaʻu e kaʻana nei i nā anecdotes pilikino i pili ʻole i ka ʻenehana Marketing. Ua manaʻo kaʻu poʻe heluhelu e mai iaʻu ia, akā ʻike wau ua nui nā mea heluhelu i hele wāwae ma muli o ia.
  3. Maliʻa paha ʻokiʻoki ʻia kaʻu blog i mau kumuhana niche he nui i pahuhopu ʻia ... paha Pūnaewele Pūnaewele, Pili Media, a me ka Hoʻolālā Pūnaewele. E hana paha wau i kekahi lā e hoʻopau i ka ʻike ma loko, akā he hana paʻakikī kēlā. Inā wau e hoʻomaka hou, ʻo ia nō ke ala aʻu e lawe ai.
  4. ʻAʻole koʻu inoa inoa e dknewmedia.com. Eia hou, hoʻohaunaele kēia i ka blog ma waena oʻu a me kaʻu kumuhana maoli. ʻAʻole hiki ke kūʻai aku i ka blog, ʻoiai ʻaʻole wau makemake e kūʻai aku i koʻu inoa. Ke nānā nei naʻe wau i kekahi mau kāʻei. Inā hiki iaʻu ke loaʻa kekahi mau mea maikaʻi, e nānā wau e splice i kaʻu ʻike a hoʻokaʻawale i kaʻu blog me koʻu inoa.

Ke nānā nei i mua i kā Chris a me Darren pane i kēia kūlana. Inā ʻaʻole ʻoe e blog ʻana i kēia manawa, e kiʻi e kiʻi iā Darren lāua ʻo Chris puke e hoʻomaka ai ma ke ala pololei. Heluhelu maikaʻi!

7 Comments

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    Thanks for the suggestion. I will definitely look at it.

    In the mean time, my solution to # 3 was to create separate blogs for different topics. While it allows me to focus my writing for each audience, it t is sometimes exhausting trying to generate that much fresh content.

    I would love to hear opinions of others. separate blogs, or risk alienating some of your readers?

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      Separating the content into separate targeted blogs has a lot of advantages, both to your readers’ expectations as well as concentrating keywords for search engines. There’s no reason why someone couldn’t sign up for each of your blogs, I think that’s the best way to go!

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      Thanks Chris! No – Doug won’t be missing from this blog any time soon I promise… unless money comes between the blog and me 😉

      Interesting note on this, within days of changing my domain name, I went from #2 in Google to #1 for Marketing Technology Blog so there’s something to this SEO stuff.

      Makes for a good case study on selecting your domain name!

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