Here are the top 10 posts about blogging and social media I’ve stumbled upon this week:
In this post, I will walk through how your page is different now, how to prepare your page for the new changes, and how to better showcase your company history in this new design.
More traffic and response with really really really easy SEO (search engine optimization) works by building on your current success – the keywords that already bring response to your site. These keywords are your low-hanging fruit and getting more results from them is child’s play.
You have a subscription form on your blog or website, but is it in the right place? Is it drawing attention and converting your visitors into email subscribers? There are three things you should analyze before you start heavily promoting your newsletter or mailing list, to ensure you get the best possible conversion rate…
I have recently started using Tentblogger’s RSS Add Footer and I’m a fan… There’s all kinds of things you could do with it!
When it comes to writing fresh content, it’s easy to divert your attention to other pressing matters. Yet, content is the most important aspect of your blog. While social sharing, linking and attention to SEO are key to your success, it’s all worthless without a steady flow of new content. To stay productive and avoid your impending procrastination, it’s time you create a writing schedule.
So many of us think the key to social media success is to grow our audience as large as it can be. And that is one indicator of success for most people. But you want to be growing the right audience, and to do that, it means learning and finding yourself when you’re still small and taking advantage of the things that small size gives you.
Traffic from any source is only worthwhile if you have specific goals for it. You can use Pinterest for customer engagement, personal branding, or as an entry point to your conversion funnel. But you need to understand what your traffic is doing in order to accomplish those goals. That’s where your data comes in.
Do you ever feel as if leaving comments on other people’s blogs is a waste of time? …time management problems or not, I feel way happier knowing that I’ll never stop commenting on other blogs.
More than a year after the original Google Panda Update, there is a lot of stir about a new Panda update. Many people are seeing significant changes in their search engine rankings, and huge traffic loss.
You have a website and you are building traffic to it, but what do you know about your visitors? Do you know where they come from, how engaged they are with your website or if they have converted as a reader, subscriber or customer?
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