If you’ve made the transition to working at home, you’ve probably come across some challenges you weren’t expecting. While there are certainly a ton of benefits to working from home, there are a few stumbling blocks that many beginners face. Here are 7 tips that will help you work through the challenges that tend to come up and keep on going down the road to success. Read More
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If you have been working on blogs for some time or had spent some time in blog sphere you must be aware about the ratio of successful blogs when compared with total number of blogs that are created. I would say there are very few blogs that are able to build lots of targeted traffic over the period of time and become popular. I have been working on blogs and website creation and promotions for more than 7 years now and in this duration have gained knowledge about how to increase traffic to a website.
From today guest post, I will be sharing 10 tips that will help you drive lots of targeted traffic to your blog and website from search engines and other sources. From this guest post, I will try to answer some basic questions like how to bring traffic to your website or best ways to increase traffic to a website etc. Frankly speaking there are lots of ways we can actually use to build targeted traffic to our blog. It’s also true some techniques which work for me may or may not work for you. I himself have noticed, I got 400 plus visits from a single guest post on some occasions while sometime I end up getting 4-5 visits only from a guest post which is also published on a popular blog in my niche. Read More
Blogging is an intimate writing medium. That’s what distinguishes it from many other types of writing. Whether your blog offers a slice-of-life look at the day-to-day happenings in your personal world or discusses your company’s products, policies, and promotions, blogging is an up-close-and-personal way to do it. As a highly interactive medium (and we hope your blog does allow comments), blogging is, in a very real sense, a two-way conversation between you and your readers. And while you may do most of the talking via your (hopefully copious) blog posts, engaging with those who are interested enough to visit and read your musings day after day can help make you more authentic—and more successful—as a blogger.
But, let’s start from the beginning. Here are a few ways you can become a more authentic blogger and connect with your audience in a way that helps you grow a loyal and dedicated readership: Read More
It’s really hard to get readers on your blog keeping in mind the fact that there are millions of blog on internets already. If you believe on facts, WordPress 3.0 version was downloading 65 million times by August 2011. So you can analyse the kind of completion you will need to face to get your blog on first page of Google and other search engines for its targeted terms. So how you go about doing SEO for your blog and how you will make sure you will be able to get lots of targeted traffic on your blog in today’s web world which is too competitive.
There are some measures you can actually take to make your WordPress blogs more SEO friendly and as a result will be able to compete with the top guns in your niche. So here is the ultimate list of 5 killer tips that will help you make your blog a perfect paradise for search engines: Read More
Except for a precious few, everybody is prone to writer’s block. It’s when your fingers and heart are ready to blow everyone away with another one of your riveting blog posts but your mind is unfortunately without ideas. This is usually on of the first signs of blogging burnout, which is that feeling that you’re tired of this whole blogging thing. For people who blog as a hobby, this is not a major issue. However, for people who blog for a living, this is a problem that needs to be addressed immediately.
One of the most effective ways to get out of this gloomy dilemma is to let your mind wander or to direct your attention to something else. One of the easiest ways to do this is by reading. Let’s discuss how reading can be one of your greatest weapons against losing your blogging mojo.
It’s safe to say that most of us have seen Marvel’s The Avengers. The movie has entertained millions around the world and has broken almost every box office record that matters. We can all agree that the heroes were not the only stars of this cinema juggernaut — Loki, the God of Mischief, stole every single scene he was in.
Aside from not hurling insults at giant green rage monsters, there are other lessons that Loki can teach us. You, heroic blogger reading this post, can learn a few things about blogging from the Prince of Evil. Let’s start with feeding your ego.
Find an audience.
While Loki Laufeyson is known to be a master of tricks and schemes behind the scenes, we saw in the movie how he enjoys being in the spotlight. As explained by the Invincible Iron Man, Loki wants an audience, and that’s what you should want too.
You’ve established your business. After much financial expenditure and backbreaking hard work, you are keen to get it up and running and generating some takings! If you think your business will succeed without an appropriate marketing strategy then you will face disappointment. It is worth investing in copywriting services. The word about your new business needs spreading in an informed articulate way.
Higher Rankings in Search Results
Copywriters will look at your website and try to determine what the relevant keywords may be that are associated with your product or service; this is for the purpose of making the site optimised for viewing on the internet. They think about the situations that people would be in to find your site a solution to their problem or query so that when potential clients type in these keywords into a search engine, your site will rank higher in the search results. This is accomplished by typing in the keywords to the metadata that is in the html source code of your website. Read More
The letter “F” isn’t just for four-letter words. It’s also a pattern you use to read online content. According to eye-tracking researchers like Jakob Nielsen, people scan web pages either as two horizontal stripes – that is, the headline and first paragraph; and then a vertical stripe – the content that travels down the left-hand side of the page.
So what does this mean to you, the blogger?
Most page visitors won’t read past your first few words. They need to make a snap decision, to figure out if your content is worthy of their undivided attention. Your job is to make that decision-making process easy.
Here’s how… Read More
I have a hard-core problem managing my time. More so, I have trouble distributing time equally between projects. I take interest in a lot of things but the attention I distribute to each project becomes more and more diluted the more I take on. Especially at this time of the year when there have been up-and-coming festivals and events where there have been several projects that I have been involved with that could potentially be fortuitous. I am an artist, so I have dedicated time to producing paintings and subsequently selling those; I am an (amateur) web-designer so some of my time has been immersed in manipulating source-code to get a desired visual output, oh and of course, I am a SEO copywriter. On the face of it I look prolific and busy. That is always my intention. But as I get engrossed in one task, the margin of time to fulfil other tasks magically evaporates. It’s amazing! Read More
Blogging is one of the hottest activities in the internet. It is the most prominent reason why people go online.
In this article, we will tackle some questions that you need to ask yourself before you start blogging.
Before you start setting up your blog, it will be essential for you to ponder on several matters first before pushing through with it. Ask yourself the primary reason or motivation behind your desire to establish your own blog. Is it just a spur of the moment idea? Or, do you really want to achieve something concrete through your blog?
A lot of interested bloggers want to enter the world of blogging simply because they want to be part of the blogging hype. Similar to fly-by-night business operations, these kinds of bloggers typically don’t last for more than two months. On the other hand, the more serious aspiring bloggers have a very strong motivation at the back of their heads. The top two motivations are usually money and education; and these reasons are usually more than enough for them to come up with a real blog. Read More