One of the ongoing goals of every blogger is to increase the number of blog followers, beyond the occasional traffic, we are looking for stable readers of our blogs, readers who return, participating, commenting, which are involved, they recommend, etc. But to do so we must make it easier for our fans, this is where mail subscriptions, Facebook page, Twitter account, subscribe ... Continue Reading →
Although blogging can be one of the most effective ways to market your website, a critical shift has taken place that allows content writers to supplement their lengthy, formatted, traditional blogging with micro posts, also known as microblogging.
Microblogging v Traditional Blogging
Microblogging differs from traditional blogging in that its content is generally smaller in actual and aggregated file size. A micro blog allows users to ... Continue Reading →
Blog content is typically organized by publication date, categories and tags. Publication date is self evident. Categories and tags are not. This post talks about how to pick categories and tags for your blog and contains recommendations / best practices for their implementation and use.
John Haydon at Social Bright draws an analogy between categories and tags and grocery store aisles and ... Continue Reading →
Whenever I browse random websites, I always find myself staying a bit longer on those that have astonishing design. It didn’t surprise me at all to find out that most of them are web design firms. It’s their way of saying they’re the best in designing, subtly urging you to hire them to renovate your site.
In businesses, where blogs are the first line ... Continue Reading →
n the modern days of content marketing, less is more. Writers drafting content for the online media are asked to write quality posts rather than more posts. This means that after a blog post is written with due research and information, it will have to be actively promoted for more readers. The visibility of the blog post has to be increased in order to gain maximum leverage out of a single ... Continue Reading →
In SEO, we constantly come back to two recurring themes. One is relevance, and the other is authority. While targeted keyword use and a good linking strategy will help your website show up in relevant SERPs, authority usually comes from having and producing solid content about a particular subject matter, and making sure that people read, comment, share, and agree (or even ... Continue Reading →
As a blogger it is not unthinkable that you will feel the urge to write on various niches. Until and unless you have dedicated your blog to a specified niche, it is natural that as a writer you might want to explore your knowledge and skills. Infact, why shouldn’t you offer your readers the opportunity to enjoy articles on various topics.
But providing multiple ... Continue Reading →
Corporate blogging is a different ball game than personal blogging, not only in its technique but in its goals and purposes. When I write blog posts on my personal website, I write about things that I feel particularly interested in or passionate about. I write about myself, and I try to relate my experiences to those of other people. When we recommend ... Continue Reading →
Every business needs a blog. It is crucial to remember that content rules SEO, and without amazing content on your site, you won’t be on top of the rest!
Blogging drives traffic to your site, as you’re creating more pages which will be indexed by Google, which gives you more opportunity to show up in search engines, and drive traffic to your website through ... Continue Reading →
The internet has become a part of many people’s daily life as they stay connected at home, at work and while travelling. Having different devices at different places it has become less practical to have a single source of information saved to a computer, tablet or smart phone. This has led to many cloud based services where any device with an internet ... Continue Reading →