Ever come across a blog post title so long it just trails off with ellipses on your feed reader? It’s not a very catchy title when you can’t even see the whole thing.
Every once a while you might want to rustle things up on your blog. You might find that breaking out of your blogging routine can revive your own enthusiasm and boost traffic at the same time. Here’s a list of some fun tricks commonly used by bloggers.
If the pages of your blog don’t load fast enough, there’s a good chance that new readers would walk out on your blog too. These tips should help you speed up page loading on your blog.
Plagiarism totally sucks. You juggle multiple jobs and pull all-nighters to come up with great content for your blog and some lazy, parasitic scumbag simply copy-pastes all your stuff. Although you might not be able to stop it completely, you can prevent it to some extent. Here’s how:
While you may have thought about what to post on your blog, have you ever thought about when to post? Your first instinct is probably to just post when it’s convenient to you, but should also consider your target audience. You want to be able to reach out to them at the best time and in the best manner. There are several factors that may influence when you should post.
Understanding your target audience better helps you generate more relevant content. Here are some ways to help you understand your target audience better.
What happens when you are running late for work, you need to shower, walk the dog and write a blog post? There’s a good chance that you might skip the blog posting all together. We all know Stephen Covey’s famous Quadrant of important/urgent. But let’s face it, sometimes you just need to do it all. That’s when posting quickly helps. Try these techniques the next time you think of skipping that blog post.
Just generating traffic is not always enough… you also have to get the best possible “skim to subscribe” conversion rate, so that today’s new visitor becomes tomorrow’s frequent visitor.
You may have really hard hitting content but if your post isn’t readable it really reduces the appeal of your blog. Apart from the layout and theme of your blog, every post can be made more readable with just a few minor changes.
While you may be happy to post whenever-you-feel-like-it, posting quality content frequently is essential if you really want to be a successful blogger. Here are some tips that can get you to the publish button faster.