Hands down, search traffic is the best traffic source anyone can use to build a profitable blog that makes money. But there’s one issue with getting more traffic from search engines: it usually takes a lot of time (especially if you’ve a new website). Here’s where long tail SEO comes into play. Long tail keywords send you the most qualified visitors from search engines like Google and they are really easier to rank for no matter what industry you are in.
Bloggers are trained to create optimized content that will rank them on Google organic search. In particular, they need to rank on any of the top three positions for their target keyword. In the cut-throat world of organic search, you’d be hard-pressed to find ways on ranking at the top for your target keyword. But instead of clawing and scratching your way along with hundreds and thousands of your competitors, it’s best to focus on improving your CTR instead!
Social media marketers are often confused about what the term “Engagement rate” means. Engagement rate refers to the number of people engaging with your content on social media measured against the number of people who could be engaging with your content. Here’s the irony; engagement rates on different social networks may vary. For example, your Facebook and LinkedIn engagement rates may be polar opposites, but your engagement rate on social media on the whole may be low.
Many social media marketers struggle with keeping their engagement rate on social media high. By addressing the issues listed in this post, you can get a headstart on growing your social media engagement.
Blogging coaches are often criticized for not offering any new ideas or blogging tips. People complain they all recommend the same strategies. Often, I have heard, “They never have anything new to say.” A reader of mine predicted that if I offered unique blogging tips, my blog would stand out and my readership would grow. So I put together this list to offer you blogging tips that deviate from the same old rhetoric. Use this post as an unusual action plan for blogging success.
The one thing all bloggers desire most is an engaged audience who will give them a positive outcome and feedback for their business I came across an interesting business owner whose blog exploded almost overnight. He didn’t have a guest posting strategy, but he did have a couple of things you should have in your marketing plan that can help you.
Your product may be different, but the results are the same. In this post you’ll learn what he’s done the past six months which can turn your business around.
There really is no right or wrong answer when it comes to choosing a blogging platform. At the very least, however, you need to make sure that you’ll be using the best blogging platform, whether it’s WordPress or not. However, the sheer fact that Basic Blog Tips runs on WordPress is an indication of how good of a platform WordPress is! WordPress is an excellent platform to build your blog on. However, it’s far from being a flawless one. For every advantage WordPress has to offer, there is also a disadvantage that makes bloggers think twice about using it.
Web hosting users usually belong to two distinct categories. Those who are worried about possible hacker attacks and are continuously looking to improve their website security level, and those who do not care about it, until they get hacked. Many popular CMS platforms such as: WordPress, Joomla, Drupal or Magento, expose users to risks with themes and plugins, which can often facilitate hacker attacks. Regardless of the category you fall into, you should take a look at the following tips to protect your website against hackers