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If you are using a program such as Wordpress - this has a very good site structure that makes it easy for Google to spider and index so your site will show up in the search engines.
If your blog is new, it won't get traffic without a little work in promoting it. Find some communities based around your niche and let them know about your blog.
It takes time to get seen on web. You can get your blog promoted if you want it soon. Look for genuine promotion unless you want to end up being spammy.
Yes but it takes more time before it can visible over the web. You must put many excellent and unique content first then try to make more interesting and informative since it can help the visibility of your blog.
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