Formula 1 Grand Prix Blogs

Formula 1 Grand Prix Blogs

Are you going to the Formula 1 Grand Prix? Are you watching it on TV? Do you read about it or follow it on the internet?

Do you read any of the millions of Formula 1 Grand Prix Blogs? I did a search for Formula 1 Grand Prix Blogs, and it returned 12.6 Million results! Wow!!!! (Note: if you search for ‘Formula 1 Blogs’ you get 181 Million results).

This could be you and your Formula 1 Grand Prix Blog

This could be you and your Formula 1 Grand Prix Blog

 

So can you compete with them all? YES you can, but you need;

  1. A passionate interest in the sport
  2. A desire to learn and share knowledge
  3. An ability to connect personally with other fans around the world
  4. A great understanding of Content Marketing and Social Media
  5. A Blog!
  • Passion:  Being passionate and wanting to interact with other Formula 1 fans is a great start, and will help you on your path to success.
  • Learn and Share Knowledge: This is so important, as a lot of Bloggers don’t bother with the education and tend to drift along with their passion, but not really getting any results, or rewards for their efforts.
  • Connecting on a Personal level: This is the ability to engage with people of all different backgrounds, and share your thoughts and knowledge on the latest Formula 1 topics.
  • Content Marketing and Social Media: These are the strategies that will get you to the top! Writing quality content and learning to use Social Media to promote your Blog will help drive it up the rankings.
  • A Blog: This goes without saying J without a Blog a as way to communicate with others, you might as well be just another Twitter user, or Facebook fan!

If you have all of the above then you might just have what it takes to have a successful Blog and appear on the front pages of the Search engines.

An often overlooked requirement is Researching Blog Topics;

Subject Research

You may be a huge fan of Formula 1 Grand Prix’s but not be across all topics or areas of interest. It is extremely important to Research Blog Topics before taking the time and effort to write an article on them. Also it is important to keep up to date with what is happening so you can engage your Blog followers.

So make sure you take time to research new and interesting changes in the sport, as this may differentiate you from other Bloggers, and could help identify a niche where you become the ‘expert’.

Keyword Research

Keyword Research is one of the best ways to conquer the Search Engines, and find your way to the front page and hence expose your Blog to millions of readers around the world.

By choosing Keywords that relate to your Blog topic, and that have a low to medium amount of competition, you can soon overtake Bloggers that don’t do their research. Using tools like Google Keywords, and Bing Keyword Tool, you can find out what common search terms are being used for your particularly Blog and write an article based on those terms.

Search Trends Research

In order to stay relevant and ahead of the other Formula 1 Grand Prix Blogs, you can use Google Trends to look at what search terms are being used the most and what are going to ‘Break Out’. This is a great way to identify topics that may no longer be searched for, and focus your time on those that are increasing in popularity (e.g. ‘Formula 1 Australia’ – peaks every year in March).

Don't let your Blog be the Pits!

Don’t let your Blog be the Pits!

If all of this seems a little too hard then you’ll need to stick to your day job! However if you are still interested and keen to learn more about ways to creating a professional and successful Formula 1 Grand Prix Blog, then get educated and sign up to a Learn How To Blog course that provides everything you need to succeed and more….

Success takes time, however it can also be both personal and financially $$ rewarding.

Happy Blogging

 

 

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4 Responses to “Formula 1 Grand Prix Blogs”

written by Catherine Holt On 12 March 2014 Reply

Researching a blog topic is definitely important if you want your blog to do well. Knowing what your competition is and what keywords you are using will help set your blog apart from others in the same niche.

written by Simon On 15 March 2014 Reply

Thanks for the feedback, looking forward to this weekends Formula 1 Grand Prix in Melbourne!

written by Dan On 31 March 2014 Reply

Hi Simon, I was wondering if you are available for a skype call?

Thanks

written by Simon Robb On 6 April 2014 Reply

Hi,

How can I help? I am available to Skype in the evenings (Perth WA) time if that suits?

Thanks,
Simon

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