Lane and McNeer, completed "The Blogger's Survival Guide" with as much detail and explanation possible so that any blogger, even beginners, can understand the necessary processes to help them succeed.
Layton, UT (PRWEB) April 10, 2013
Wayman Publishing has released a self-help book called "The Blogger's Survival Guide." After years of blogging and seeing the results that online marketing has had on their business, they couldn't resist the opportunity to let others know about the secrets involved in this growing trend.
Several of Wayman Publishing's editors received many consults about the blogosphere from Lexie Lane, a mompreneur in the online blogging community of parents. So when Lane presented information about a guide that will take bloggers through the web in simplified steps, Wayman Publishing couldn't resist an opportunity to publish and represent it.
Blogging, an activity that was once considered a pastime, became a tool that people found is a great way to promote almost anything. Those who follow a blog, may trust and value what is written by its creator. This new phenomenon became a driving force of revenue for many businesses that now take full advantage of this free and wonderful form of marketing. But because of this fact, most bloggers start off thinking that blogging is easy, the unique content on it will cause a viral effect, and readers will just multiply. Many of these bloggers will be surprised and disappointed, when they realize that their once ideal "money-making" online strategy isn't as effective as it could have been.
Anyone can have a blog, especially with free available platforms that are easy to use. However, in order to make a significant presence in the ever-expanding world wide web, certain unknown rules of social media must be followed. What are they? The information can be overwhelming and appear limitless for the beginning blogger....
The creators of the Social Media Panel, Lexie Lane and fellow parenting blogger Becky McNeer, know the struggles and exact steps necessary to gain online exposure, because they were once beginners too. Lane and McNeer, completed "The Blogger's Survival Guide" with as much detail and explanation possible so that any blogger, even beginners, can understand the necessary processes to help them succeed.
Reviewers are raving about the book, in awe of its detail, organization, and helpful information. Blogger Tracy Balderach (the creator of 'Our Blessed Beautiful Suburban Story' blog) states, "Although I have been blogging for three years, there are still great ideas in here that are helpful to me now. Ideas that range from pictures, to post frequency, to fantastic tips on attracting readers and traffic. I am motivated after reading this guide to apply some of the advice to my blog."
The book is available in paperback as well as Kindle eBook.