Have you recently started blogging? Or maybe you have been blogging for a while? If your answer is yes, you have probably heard of the word, “Niche”. For many bloggers, that five letter word is the bane of their blogging existence. The Niche blogger writes about a specific area. They have an audience because the blogger solves a problem for them. Readership is steady, and readers often turn into customers. If your blogging plans include profiting from your writing efforts, then you might be better with choosing a niche blog. Here’s how you go about defining your niche in 5 easy steps.
The end of the year is coming, and it is the perfect time to start looking through all of that old content to see what can be re-used creatively. Bloggers should squeeze every bit of value they can out of what they write because we all know, it’s now about how many articles you write: It’s about how much effort you put into writing and marketing each of them. Here are some creative ways to give your old content wings.
For years YouTubers were frustrated by the lack of traffic data available for their YouTube channel. We longed for a system that would rival the data rich reports we’d come to know and love in Google Analytics, and the old, out-dated YouTube Insights, reports were merely scratching the surface. This left the video analytics door wide open for freemium tracking services like vidIQ, Cyfe and TubeTrackr to easily attract any video marketer who wanted detailed performance reports for their channel. All of that changed a few days ago when YouTube released Realtime traffic reports on the desktop version of YouTube Analytics.
You must be busy publishing new blog posts on your blog with the intention to drive more traffic from search engines. But are you tracking the performance of your old blog posts? As time passes, lots of our old blog posts lose their rankings, which results in you getting less traffic coming to those posts from search engines. If you are facing this kind of problem on your blog, be sure to keep on reading….
As a professional blogger, it’s very important to me to have a workflow that really works. I write dozens of posts every month, hundreds every year, so efficiency is essential. It’s taken a while, but now I have a system that helps me be effective in everything from idea generation to publication and sharing. The ability to come up with new ideas or to improve the ideas that others suggest is crucial. Here’s how my blogging workflow works.
Correct me if I’m wrong, but right after you’ve launched a blog, you’ll immediately go and register a few social profiles for it. With Twitter and Facebook being the first ones.
But registering these social profiles alone does not bring you any visitors. You should have a solid SMM strategy if you want to be successful. And most importantly, avoid common mistakes that most bloggers make as they are starting out. Just recently I asked 50 respected bloggers for advice on Twitter Marketing, which made me recall some awfully stupid mistakes that I was making myself early in my blogging career.
I write up to five blog posts every week. That may sound easy for some, but for me, it gets a little tough. You see, I have two jobs. I’m the Grand Master of Customer Delight at Post Planner and I run the daily operations of Leneys, a women’s apparel company that I started with my girlfriend. The key is time management. I want to show you how I write five blog posts a week and share my thoughts on expert interviews while maintaining my sanity.
Many bloggers struggle to give their content some pizzazz. We all know how important quality content is but you also need quality visuals to capture attention. That’s where Visme comes in. It’s a web application that helps you to create online presentations, Infographics and all kinds of interactive visual content – and it’s laughably easy to use. I first reviewed it a few months ago on the Crazy Egg blog, but a lot has changed since then so I thought it was time for a new look at this tool.