Blogging Forever About a Drum Pump

Eventually there comes a time when you have run out of all other topics about which to blog that you will find yourself blogging about a drum pump or some such. And believe you me there is no shame in finding yourself in this situation. Content creation is by no means an easy profession. Some people might disagree but I would bet you dollars to doughnuts that the people who hold the belief that content creation is easy have never had to create content on a consistent basis ever in their life. I know this because all content creators who are worth their salt have reached this point where they find themselves scraping the bottom of the barrel of their creativity.

WHY BLOGGING ABOUT A DRUM PUMP IS MEANINGFUL

And so you find yourself sitting down to your keyboard and having to come up with a three hundred word blog post about a drum pump. You know that no one will ever read the blog post (so that takes some of the pressure off). You know that the only purpose for the blog post is to provide content in which to embed key words and back links so as to optimize the content of another website.

But write the blog post you must. In a certain sense it does not even have to make sense so long as a web bot will not identify it as spam. But you also want to sign your content with your own signature of excellence even if no one (made of flesh and blood) will end up reading it. In fact, the very fact that no one will actually read it proves that you are a content creator worth your salt because you have signed it with your own signature of excellence despite this fact.

Blogging 4 Ever About Massage Murray

One of the most interesting and perhaps the most unsung topics about which to blog is massage Murray for not so obvious reasons. The many and varied Blogger 4 Ever community who read and contribute to this blog (on a really astounding level b. t. w.) blog about all manner of subjects from blogging itself to golf cart construction techniques to boutique massage businesses. As such, from this perspective it is no surprise that this subject is the subject upon which this blog post is written. On the other hand, because there are so many possible topics upon which to blog it is infinitely unlikely (if that is an actual phrase) that any one specific topic is the one to be chosen. But on the third hand, a topic must be chosen at some point so why not this one?

MASSAGE MURRAY IS THE CHOSE TOPIC

This reminds me of the philosophical and astrophysical topic as to of all the planets in the universe why would Earth be the one chosen to host life. This question can of course be looked at from a different perspective. The reason we (humans) are so seemingly lucky to have found ourselves living on the Earth is because it happens to be one of the few planets capable of hosting life. Therefore, we (being living beings) have to be located on a planet capable of hosting us and that is the reason we find ourselves in our “lucky” position.

The two topics of “massage Murray” being chosen as one of an infinite number of possible blog topics and the Earth being chosen as a planet capable of hosting life are similar in this regard. In other words even if there are an infinite number of options, one out of that number must be chosen and from the perspective of the one chosen it must seem very fortunate indeed.

It’s Time to Blog Forever About Vehicle Wraps Salt Lake City

As the title of this blog post suggests, now is the time to blog forever about vehicle wraps Salt Lake City and what they can do for a business. As our loyal readers know this is a blog about blogging. One of the many issues that any blog writer will run into from time to time is having difficulty with coming up with a subject about which to blog. We here at the Blogger Forever Blog are firmly in the camp that any and all subjects are fair game to blog about. So ask yourself, why not blog about vehicle wraps?

WHY NOT BLOG ABOUT VEHICLE WRAPS SALT LAKE CITY AMONG OTHER THINGS?

Determining what to blog about is not such a big deal. As mentioned earlier (but it bears repeating) anything is fair game in the realm of blogging. Sometimes the subject of the content blogged about is merely a pretext for embedding links and key words for the purposes of search engine optimization. If a blogger is having difficulty coming up with something to blog about one might reasonably wonder why he or she is blogging in the first place.

There are concievably some reasons to want to blog but not have something to blog about. Perhaps a person enjoys writing for the sake of writing. Perhaps a person wants the consistent practice of writing in order to keep the skill set intact. The problem is that blogs are published on the internet and are supposedly intended to be read by people other than the blogger himself or herself. So the question presents itself why would a blogger want to publish his practice of blogging? The obvious answer is that there is a different energy involved when a person knows there is the possibility that another person will read their writing even if that possibility is a relatively minor one.

Want A Change From Blogging?

tech-job-salaryI know many of us may love blogging, but may not be bringing in enough money to make a full-time job out of it.  I can certainly understand that and have struggled from time to time in order to pay my owns bills, but I have always picked up extra work when those slower times come. With such a need in mind, I wanted to put together a list of different tech jobs (as I’m a bit of a geek techie) and list off where the salaries are with them.  The great thing about these tech positions is that they do not necessarily require a regular degree. Many can be obtained through industry certification and can include ways to go about this at your own pace – allowing you to more quickly gain accreditation and a job.  Many of these jobs also occur on the best tech job list at USnews so you know they’re not going away soon.

Network Engineer: 
Engineers make anywhere from $50,000 to over $100,000 per year depending upon how much experience they have and their credentials. Engineers typically design, implement and manage computer networks.

Network Administrator: 
Administrators make anywhere from $45,000 per year to $75,000 per year. Administrators typically work for Network Engineers and maintain a network once it’s up and running.

Network Security Engineer: 
They make $75,000 to $250,000. Do the same thing as a Network Engineer except they also understand what it takes to make a network secure. Many of these guys are certified hackers (also called certified penetration specialists) and can hack into most networks.

Application Developers: 
$50,000 to $150,000 per year. These are programmers that develop custom applications for companies and for websites.

Programmers: 
$50,000 to sky’s the limit. Use programming languages to build custom applications, web design and functionality, video game programming, etc…

Web Developers: 
$50,000 to sky’s the limit. Use programming skills to develop interactive websites that typically link to databases and internal custom developed business applications.

tech-levels-of-salaryThere are hundreds of positions available in the Information Technology industry. These were just a few.

Most companies want to see applicants with certifications. Certification are sometimes vendor specific such as Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator, Systems Engineer or specific credentials that provide evidence that you can perform a specific job function. Other companies want to see non-vendor-specific certifications like CompTIA A+ PC support (exams 220-801 & 220-802), Network+ Certified Network Administrator (exam N10-005 or N10-006), Security+ Exam SY0-401 and Linux+. While a high school diploma is a must, certifications are typically more valuable than a college degree.  The great thing here is that depending upon your tech knowledge already, it’s quite possible that you can take a course that has a Network+ or Security+ practice test and between the study course and actually practicing exact test questions and categories, you may be able to gain your certification extremely quick.

How to write the perfect blog post

blog1Writing blog posts can be time consuming and a little difficult. It’s easy to come up with ideas to write about, but maybe combining your great ideas with the logistics of writing a post can be hard. Here are a few types that may help you combine your great ideas with tricks and tips for you to write the best blog post.

First is having a killer headline or title. This is the first thing that people see. It will be what your readers will judge your entire post on. Having a good headline or title is make or break you. If you have a boring title no one will click on it and your article won’t get read, even if it has amazing information. Because this is the first thing that your readers will read, you need to make it sing!

Have sharing buttons. If you readers love your article or blog posts they will want to share it with their friends through different social media outlets. When you have social media buttons that let your readers share on Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, pinterest, and even email, your readers will help promote your post to become viral.

Keep it short and sweet. Make your post short and sweet, you can do this by using lists, bullets, even short paragraphs. You need to get to the point and not fill your article or blog posts with fluff and unrelated information. A good rule of thumb is under 600 words

Use visials. A picture really does say 1000 words. Images not only are visually pleasing, but they help you get your point across more accurately.