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This post is the second part of the “Turn Your Old Blog Post into…” series where we share tips and advice on how to recycle old posts that you’ve written on your blog into someone better to increase your traffic.
Did you know that you can drive more traffic to your old blog posts if you repurpose them into different types of content? We have covered how you can turn your posts into image files last week. This week, we will cover the process of turning them into a slideshow or slide deck file.
This post is the first part of the “Turn Your Old Blog Post into…” series where we share tips and advice on how to recycle old posts that you’ve written on your blog into someone better to increase your traffic.
Have you written a high-quality post before that, for some reason, did not drive blog traffic the way it should have? You’ve promoted it on social media and created backlinks for it from different sites, and yet, the supposed “high-quality” post isn’t living up to its name?
There are perhaps different factors involved here, but something that you should highly consider is turning your old post into an image. The reason here is the increasing importance of visual content as an effective way to reach out to your target audience. Judging from the statistics and data shared in this infographic, there’s no doubt that visual content can potentially help your post go viral, increase your subscribers and followers, and is easier to process compared to a written blog posts.
The problem now is how you can create a visual content compelling enough to achieve all the things above. Luckily for you, below is an easy-to-follow guide to turn your old post into something more visual.
As one of the most popular WordPress cache plugins, WP Super Cache is powering millions of websites. The plugin offers a caching system to accelerate websites by serving visitors with static HTML pages instead of dynamically generated content. It has been recommended by a large number of professional WordPress-related resource sites including PHPMatters.
It is easy to install WP Super Cache and get it started, but many beginners may encounter problems in configuring it properly to make the most out of it. To get rid of this kind of trouble, we suggest you to make the following configurations to achieve the best possible website performance and search engine optimization.
Enable WP Super Cache
After installing WP Super Cache successfully, you will find that the plugin is disabled by default, and you need to go to the plugin admin page to activate it manually. To finish this, you can go to Settings > WP Super Cache to get to the settings page. Under the Easy tab, check Caching On and then click on the button that says Update Status to allow the plugin to work. Read More
While blogging has paved way for people to live a sustainable lifestyle by earning money from writing about something they truly feel passionate about, there’s more to blogging than simply making money off it. At the core of every blog are posts that share helpful and compelling information to a specific audience.
Therefore, if you want to take a slice out of the blogging pie, it’s time to learn how to correctly approach blogging in order to create great content that will allow you to increase blog traffic and build a readership. From here, everything is possible, including generating revenue from your blog.
If you wish to start with blogging or already have a blog but are still struggling with building substantial traffic, then reading the best must-read blog posts about blogging that were published this year.
It seems like almost everyone who goes on vacation writes a blog to document the trip. A blog is a great way for to document your trip, but most of us don’t tend to get a big following.
Aside from family and friends who read the blog mainly to make sure you’re doing all right on your trip, most travel blogs are only updated for a week or two for the duration of the trip and then forgotten.
So what’s the key to making your travel blog stand out? Consider the following expert tips and advice.
When you’re looking to push past an audience that consists of little more than your family and friends, it’s best to learn from the folks who have been there before. Thankfully, successful travel bloggers are often willing to share some of their secrets and let aspiring writers in on how they manage to set themselves apart. Read More
A reliable, secure and always-on website hosting provider is the foundation for every online venture. Whether you’re a blogger, online retailer or an app developer if your web assets are inaccessible, slow to respond or crumbles in the face of the smallest security threats, there’s little chance of success. Website availability and responsiveness are more critical in our current digital age as attention spans shrink and overall tolerance of failing sites diminish. Research shows that 40% of your site’s visitors will abandon your website if it takes longer than 3 seconds to load. Imagine the potential loss to business and readership. If an e-commerce site makes $100,000 per day, each 1 second delay could cost $2.5 million in lost sales each year. Therefore, quality here should never be taken for granted and even for bloggers and other site owners with smaller budgets, there are many options for bolstering your hosting and presence.
Here are 6 key things to consider when choosing a web hosting provider for your modern online business. Read More
Tell me if this sounds familiar…
You just wrote a great piece of content and hit publish. You open up Google Analytics and eagerly await the huge flood of traffic.
But it never comes…
This is exactly what happened when I started writing blog posts on BootstrapBay; a marketplace for Bootstrap themes & templates that I co-founded 7 months ago.
After reading up on content marketing, I knew it could be highly effective. I started writing a bunch of tutorials and informative posts about the Bootstrap framework. Despite the great content, we were only getting 10-20 people a day visiting our site. I knew there had to be a better way to bring in more traffic and potential customers.
I then stumbled upon this post from Brian Dean over at Backlinko where he introduced something called “The Skyscraper Technique.” Read More
“Your brand name is only as good as your reputation” – Richard Branson. Your blogging brand and reputation goes hand in hand and success in this age will be somewhat limited if your effort will solely be on generating traffic or some other key performance indicator. Due to the nature of blogging and content marketing in general, the reputation and persona you create and build online can amplify your work or cause it to be ignored. Taking note of some of the most successful bloggers, you’ll notice that they spend a great deal of time managing their reputation while focusing on doing something better than everyone else – that one thing that makes them stand out. Whether it’s focusing on mastering a particular niche or subject area, building on a killer unique blog design, or executing with a beautiful spin that’s not seen elsewhere; it’s no use trying to be a master of everything.
There are a few things bloggers and businesses online in general can do to stand out and grow. Rather than just blogging for blogging sake it’s important to identify something of which you can add your own unique style or value that cannot be found elsewhere or easily replicated. That’s how bloggers and their content go viral and produce meaningful long-term results. Here are 3 simple ideas for building the foundation of that strong reputation. Read More
Here’s the highlights from the Bloggingpro jobs board for this week!
Seeking authors and bloggers on popular sites
We are an online media and publishing company working for several NGOs, we are looking for bloggers who currently write for mainstream news publications in a variety of niches who would be willing to write and publish content for us.
We can pay *excellent* rates depending on the site you can publish on, the more famous the publication the higher the rates we can pay and we are looking to work with as many bloggers and authors as possible.
Staff Writer (Various) – MakeUseOf.com
The following vacancies are available to be filled immediately. All candidates applying for writing positions will be required to submit at least one article a week, unless stated otherwise. Read More
Content creation is key to attracting online traffic, everyone says. So you do the difficult work of learning blog technologies and content management systems, and you think about what audience or market you’re going for, and then it’s time to create content.
But how do you make your content worth reading? Here are six ways to make your content into gold. Read More