Christian Blogging Tips from the Bible

Christian Blogging Tips from the Bible

Pray for a Successful Blog
If you want to make money blogging, the first Biblical principle you have to apply is to pray for it. 

Scriptures that you can use to pray for your blog include:
May my blog be full of posts supplying all kinds of information. 
May my eBooks bring forth thousands and ten thousands of dollars into my accounts.
May my affiliate accounts be well laden. 
May there be no hacking into my site or plagiarizing my content.
May there be no spamming of my site. (Adapted from Psalm 144:13-14)

Heavenly Father I ask you in the name of Jesus to command the blessing on my blog and in all to which I set my hand. (Adapted from Deuteronomy 28:8)

Heavenly Father I ask you in the name of Jesus to bless my blog indeed and enlarge my online territory. (Adapted from 1 Chronicles 4:10)

How to pray effectively

Picture Your Successful Blog
After praying, the second Christian principle for setting up a blog is to visualize. Therefore:
1. Visualize the number of visitors you want to visit your blog each day.
2. Visualize the number of subscribers via RSS and email that you want your blog to have.
3. Visualize the Google PageRank and Technorati ranking you want your blog to reach.

Write the vision and make it plain so that he may run who reads it Habakkuk 2:2

Prepare for a Successful Blog
The third Biblical principle of creating a blog is to prepare effectively by researching how to make money online. To do this you have to:
1. Read blog posts which tell you how to start a blog and make money online. 

2. Buying ebooks that teach you how to make your blog successful like The She Approach to Boosting your Blog Traffic.

3. Buying ebooks that teach you how to make money online like How to Make your First Affiliate Sale in Pinterest in 24 hours.  

How to make money online with Pinterest

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