Everything is ready and it’s time to score a goal. For running a professional website, you will need to have a firm belief in’practice makes man perfect’. Practice WordPress tools and widgets as far as possible. It’s very important to learn that WordPress tools are useless unless you do not have any knowledge about how to use them, or deal certain scenarios with those tools. Only practice can enable you to become more imaginative and bring uniqueness to your blog.

Then develop your key word blueprint. To begin, find 5 keywords on your list that are somewhat broad. These keywords will become the categories on your game. Then find 5 subtopics (keywords) of each of your 5 categories. You know have 25 keywords.

Now you are going to want a vehicle darkening of some sort to capture these names, such as with any company you’ll need the tools to get the work done. And with no auto responder you cannot capture the titles and this is the reason behind your blog in the first place. Right? This is the only company that I know of where everything you actually need is a computer, internet connection, WordPress, a domain name, hosting and an auto responder.

While there’s a good chance that you already belong to a social networking website, you may not have combined one yet. If you have not joined one of these communities yet, you might wish to seriously consider finding a website and becoming a member. You can discover many social networking sites my performing a standard online blog search. You will most likely see many of the popular sites such as Yahoo! 360, Facebook, Twitter, Orkut, FriendFinder and MySpace. Before joining one of those communities, take some time to check out the website to ensure that it will provide what you’re searching for.

The next thing you need to do is know who your target audience will be. Who will find your blog’s purpose or theme interesting? These people are your target market for your site and you will need to tailor your blog posts and general blog content for these folks.

Now that you’ve got a blogging schedule, its time to start blogging. But what can I blog about, is the question I’m positive you are asking. Pull out your keyword list from step 2 above. Do additional keyword research if necessary.

In conclusion, I strongly feel this outline will be of help when writing your own business plan and just before I drop my pen; I wish to ask a question. Do you really think a business plan can add value to a blog? I would love to hear your views in the comment below.