Free NASCAR Website and Blog Feature: Creating and Using Pages
Thursday, May 23rd, 2013 2:11pm UTC
Add Pages, Make A Traditional Website
Ever wanted to put up your own NASCAR website, but had no idea where to start? Maybe you thought that was only something for
the "Pro's" to do? Do we have a treat for you. Let us worry about everything in terms of putting the site together, and all you
have to do is add the content and tell people about it. Though our theme library, you can have a great looking site up in minutes.
No fear of the "really ugly myspace plague" here, folks.
Through the use of pages, you can make a traditional website and not have to worry about design, or code, or anything. Our writing features, publishing tools, and additional features make it easy for you to make your own website. You can combine this with blogging features and who knows, maybe you'll become the next great NASCAR site.
Remember some of these helpful tips to get you started:
Update on a regular basis
You get a new site, it's all special, and you whip out posts on a super-frequent basis. Over the following weeks/months, the new smell wears off, and you add new things less often. Nothing will kill your blog faster than a lack of updated content.
Don't jump the gun
Take the extra few minutes to proof your content, check spelling, and then check it again. If you find a mistake after you post it, correct it immediately.
Keep it personal
People want to hear your view, and see your perspective on what you're writing. Give it to them. Any "sucker" out there can post someone else's work. People come to your blog to read what you have to say.
Respond to comments
Take the time to respond to comments. It lets your audience know you're there, and that you care.
Give a full RSS feed
Unless you're posting 15 or more times a day, a full feed will actually help increase your traffic. It sounds funny, but it's true!
Reach out to other bloggers in your topic of interest. You'll never know who you'll run into. Might even be some crazy guy in the Philippines that's good for some laughs.
Write for readers, not Google
This is a big mistake by a lot of people who are "so concerned" with "SEO". The best way to deal with it, is to not worry about it. Write for your readers, and you'll be surprised at the side benefits of it.
Use Thunder Lounge!
We take the time to make sure the themes we provide validate, use correct semantics, and give you a head start on making a great site. Of course you might break validation by using incorrect formats when you post. With our great visual editor you'll be posting like a pro, but with the greatest of ease.