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6 Skills you need for successful blogging

Many small things when put together grow big. Nothing is born big. Small things has the power to grow its natural arrangement. Ever heard a newborn weight 60 kilos, atleast not in humans, right?
If you are planning to start a blog you need couple of skills I am describing here.
1. Coding skills: Whatever platform you chose,  even a complete automatic platform,  for making your blog successful you need to understand codes.
2. Interaction design: Do you spend time in a dirty place? No,  never, right?  Audience will like to flip through your blog if it's fun to engage and not a boring bundle.
3. Writing skills: Whatever niche you chose,  good writing essential for a blog.  It's same like good air is essential for living beings.
4. SEO skills: You need to right amount of keywords in right permutation and combination. Know what people search and tell search engine through tags,  description and URL. Search engine can serve only when you will tell it. Search robot is like a waiter in a restaurant,  you are the Chef.
5. Social Media skills: People interact much through mobile devices.  You need to build you fan following so your blogging voice may be heard.
6. Business skills: You need money too.  Whatever you sell through blog you need marketing skills to build clientels.
Now the question is can you do it all alone up to perfection.  No,  never. Nothing can be achieved without help so not blogging success.  You can designate one task to yourself and outsource other parts to other people seeking work.  Also you can seek help from family and friends.

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