While I am learning how to blog for more profitability,
I will allow you to walk along beside me.  As I develop,
I will pass along information to help those of you who
want to use blogging towards developing your home
business so you can get tremendous tax write-offs!

So, you may  wonder what sort of blog design to use
so your blog can be more attractive and interesting.e
I have looked at a LOT of blog designs, and finally
picked one that I liked for me.  This will probably change
as I develop more profitability, and learn from those who
are making great money from their blogging.

Here are a few tips I have picked up that is suppose
to make your blog stand out from the millions of blogs
out there that have 
standard designs:

-Customize the banner

The banner usually has the most generic designs 
that are common to the blogs from a blogging 
company or service.

You can personalize this banner by having a graphic 
with the dimensions of the banner.  You can also edit
 the graphic so that it will also include the title of 
your blog.

-Personalizing photos

Of course, most of the photos that you will be posting 
will be your own.  However, if you don't customize 
the photos before posting them, you may miss maximizing
 the enhancing benefits graphics can add to the page. 
 Adding photo borders can help the photo stand out from
 the page.  

It can also add to the design of your blog.  You can choose a 
standard border or you can also create your own border which
can be associated with your blog's templates.

-Check out blog templates, layouts, backgrounds elsewhere

There are sites that offer free blog templates, layouts, 
backgrounds, textures and skins.  You can make use of these 
so your blog will not look generic like most of the blogs hosted 
by the service provider.

-Audio makes your blog more personal

Audio personalizes the blog and keeps your visitors coming back.  
You can try having mp3 files or playlists loading with your blog.

Come on along, and learn with me, and let's all increase the
fatness of our wallets!

To your blogging profits,

Ed