Atomic Blogging is different than many of the other blogging guides out there. While it contains a lot of helpful advice for newer people, it also has more tips and tricks that blogging veterans are unlikely to have seen before. That makes this a well-rounded guide that any blogger should add to their collection.
There are some pieces of information that are taken for granted, though. If you're the newest of the new you might not understand all of the terminology that is being used. Still, for the relatively experienced/intermediate or advanced marketer, there are some amazing things you can come away with as a result of this guide.
What we really liked most about Atomic blogging was that it didn't use up the entire book with screenshots and how-to's on setting up your blog (if that's all you wanted, look at one of the other blogging products). Instead, Atomic Blogging spends a lot more time talking about how to get traffic to your blog and start making money.
Traffic is good! If you don't have that, you're certainly not going to become a pro-blogger who pulls in lots of cash. It's all about Web 2.0 backlinks and traffic these days, so it's a good thing a lot of time is spent on it.
It was also impressive that this package comes with its own keyword research tool. Keyword research is a vital part of reaching the top of the search engines to pull those readers into your blog. There is no need to buy a separate research tool when you've got this by your side, which adds massive value to the package! Atomic Blogging also comes with its own theme. It's optimized and ready to go so it's a great time-saver.
Another piece of the puzzle is choosing the right affiliate programs. Some of the other blogging guides gloss over this part -- but it's oh-so crucial! If you aren't choosing good affiliate products or other things that actually sell, you're going to be hard pressed to make any income to speak of online.
We did find the order of the book to be a little bit confusing. The next portion talks about setting up your domain and hosting. While it might be better placed at the front of the book, the previous sections were probably first to give you an idea of where you're going before you get there. After you get Atomic Blogging you'll probably want to read through it one time first and then go back to implement it.
Then you get to the good stuff like scoping out competitor's keywords to beat them, which plugins to use, guest blogging, forum marketing, etc. It's this section that more advanced bloggers are going to get the most out of. The chances are good that there are a few tidbits you haven't come across before.
The Atomic Blogging package comes in second on our list because it has a lot of great information, but isn't quite as well organized or as comprehensive as the Blogging in Action book. Still, it's a solid value and you can definitely expect to get your money's worth.
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