I have produced a lot of content over the years. While I do my best to make most of it as much as I can, that isn’t always possible. Sometimes a topic has a specific shelf life, sometimes it is more timely and other times it just outgrows its usefulness as things in the industry…
Do you want to capture more leads from your blog? When running a blog, one of your goals should be to convert as much traffic as you can into leads. Capturing more leads will help increase revenue as you will have an audience to promote your courses, services and products to. You can also take…
Recently, Twitter expanded the character limit for tweets from 140 to 280. Before you start drafting new tweets for your account, take a step back and analyze how your previous content is doing. Twitter has a native analytics tool that can be used to examine the reach of your content and know your audience in a better way. Let me take you on a step-by-step walk through of the Analytics section by suggesting how to use this information in your favor.
Whether you are a blogging newbie or established pro blogger you can always use a little extra traffic because blog traffic is the lifeblood of your blog. Without traffic, you are running a cyber diary. Follow these tips and do yourself a favor; invest in reputable hosting to augment your traffic-building campaign. Happy readers who dig the user experience will readily share your blog with their following, boosting your blog traffic.
The current SEO rules might only be foolproof until the next search engine upgrade, but there are other rules that never change. In this post I’ll be pointing out the blunders common to email and social media marketing that may be heavily detrimental to your blog or website’s search engine rankings. We’ll talk about the tools you need to get started and you’ll learn more ways to take advantage of your email list and your social media profile to boost your rankings and keep you in good standing.
Every blogger wants it, in fact, we crave it. We all want more traffic and page views. Without anyone reading our blogs, we’re basically just journaling. In today’s post, I’m going to walk you through how I track my Google Analytics blog metrics. At the end of every month, I’ll log into my Analytics dashboard to check to see how my blog is growing. If you’re trying to build a business, it’s important to know if your blog is growing in the right direction. In this post, you’ll learn what to look at and how it can help you keep track of your blog growth.
The #1 secret for building a profitable blog is: having a clear vision about your blog. You need to have weekly, monthly, yearly goals in order to build a great blog. 90% of the blogs out there fail because they focus on short term and quick goals. They want to make money quickly and that’s why they fail. Here are 5 powerful strategies to help you build a better blog that makes money and helps people in the long run.