Politics is two sided, sometimes three or more sides. Take one, but speak the truth, do not slander people, even politicians, unnecessarily. Given the fact my site is a political commentary web publication, I write about politics often.
The hardest part about it is getting over the fact that people are going to disagree with you. The second you throw opinion in there, people are going to disagree. It should be the very simple:. Who, what, where, when, why, and how? However, if you like commentary, throw your opinion in and just back it up with fact. So in nutshell you should have all the basic which a blogger should have and to make it more attractive photos and videos are always there.
Sounding really interesting and I am sure this will also help me to get better in my writing skill. But in my country, blogger who voice out own opinions and writes about something bad about government, they will get punished or get in jail for weeks or months. Anyway, I got no interest to write about politic and my parents asked me not to write it, or else I got the chance to stay in jail for months.
But it also pretty difficult to monetize. Well, my family is dysfunctional enough to talk about both! Car Salesmen and Politicians. Great draftsmanship in this post. I am now considering writing on politics because of this post and its succinct presentation.
Problogger has provided great resources for me. Thanks to the organization and all the participants, the comments are collectible as well.
Even so, I steer clear of including political opinion on my business sites. For a long time, I even hesitated to include a link to the political blog. I nearly stopped subscribing to a cooking blog that I really enjoy when the author gushed long and hard about a particular candidate in the last US election to the point of asking her readers to vote for him as a personal favor.
Does the fact that she was gushing give away which candidate it was? I decided to stay on, but it left a bad taste in my mouth — usually not the result that a cook wants. Great tips, but I would think that political blogging is way too competitive especially for unknowns. I really got attracted to this because I have two blogs — one generic www.
My writings on drishtikone. Another thing I wanted to point out here is — that Blogging on politics has two specific tones, if you will: So, if one wants to go ahead on politics blogging what style should one take? Political blogs can be a bit challenging to write,especially if you have less interest in politics. The answer is yes and big NO… Political blogs attract millions of readers dairly even for those not into politics.
KISS your content before posting.. Was it your intention to be strictly informative? If so, did you give as much information as possible with links to resources? Were you calling people to political action or some type of advocacy? They are usually very simple blogs that are beginner friendly, such as Word-Press and Blogger. Get a snappy or unusual name. Some people use plays on words like the "Left is Right" and the "Right is Wrong. No matter what, your blog must have a title. This is sometimes no easy feat because you often will find that a name you thought was unique is already taken.
Writing a political blog is even more difficult in that you will want to have your views incorporated in the name so that people know what kind of content they will be reading.
Try to have a sort of "mission statement" on your blog introduction. A short sentence about where you lean politically and what you believe in is sometimes all you'll need. You can always change it if the blog morphs into something unanticipated. When putting your blog together your host will ask you if you wish to have comments displayed. People might not read articles that they can not comment on. Add extras--advertisements, site meters that tell you how many visitors you have had, polls and links to your blog.
Links might be a way to represent your blog. If you link to other blogs that share your political views, it will be easier for people to understand where on the political spectrum you are. Link your blog to other blogs. This usually can't be done at the beginning unless your friends who have blogs are willing to link with you. Expect this to be a very lonely existence until people find you. Eventually they might, depending on whether you have anything worthwhile to say.
If you do happen to have what you believe are a few new radical ideas then why not air them and bugger the consequences. My personal grievance is the overbearing influence of celebrity in all aspects of our lives. It has become a humungous boil that grows unabated resulting in cretins like Trump taking perhaps the most important and influential jobs in the world. You are commenting using your WordPress.
You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Here are five reasons why: But this has impacts: But perhaps the surest sign that writing a blog is a terrible idea is: September 4, at 9: November 15, at Any ideas on how to get started?
1. Optimize Your Blog for Local Political Keywords to Generate Relevant Organic Traffic. Many local political bloggers make the mistake of jumping right into their first website without doing any competitive keyword research or search engine optimization planning.
To start a political blog you’ll need to select a blogging platform – or the softward that helps you to get your content on a website. There are many blogging platforms available, but WordPress is by far the most popular blogging platform.
Writing a political blog is even more difficult in that you will want to have your views incorporated in the name so that people know what kind of content they will be reading. Try to have a sort of "mission statement" on your blog introduction. How To Start A Political Website Blog, Build A Career And Be Successful. Published on January 26, ; Kazeem James. Follow Following Unfollow Kazeem James. Your political blog, in other for.
A few months back, Andrew Sullivan—one of the preeminent political bloggers—surprised his readers and tens of thousands of subscribers by announcing that he would end the Daily Dish, his blog. Political Blogs That Accept Guest Posts by Writers in Charge There is a lot happening in the political world, such as Brexit in the UK and the battle between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in the US for the coveted White House seat.