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Search Engine Optimization often is a difficult topic and not every blogger agrees that much time should be spend at it but too often people discussing the topic do not know what it all entails. So we sat down and… Read More »The Complete Guide to Search Engine Optimization and Social Media Marketing
Blogging isn’t a one-man-show. It’s not just about writing content and publishing it on your blog. It’s about letting the people see it. Isn’t getting more traffic one of the primary purposes of blogging? Yes, it might be an outlet for your thoughts. But you surely don’t want to miss the opportunity of monetizing your blog.
So, how to earn from your blog? Well, through link building! But the tricky part here is that launching a link building campaign isn’t the only answer.
While you can choose from over different link building strategies for your campaign, there’s an easier way for it.
And that is by passively acquiring links from authoritative sites to your blog. You’ll surely breathe a sigh-of-relief in knowing these best ways to gain links to your blog.
Change can be a good thing. But changes in the Google algorithm is the death of SEO specialists. For years, they have been finding ways to increase their search rankings. They do thisÂ by developing white hat off-page optimization strategies. The… Read More »Site Optimization in a Post-SEO World
Your approach to writing and publishing your blog content is key. The actual process seems very cut and dry, but the standards set by your competitors’ posts that drive traffic in drove, are shared by thousands, and rank atop their target keywords in search results are absurdly high that it puts your approach in writing your posts into question. Are you doing it correctly? Will it be enough to achieve the same results like the posts set before you?Read More »Compelling Approaches to Writing Your Blog Content
Are you aggressively implementing a link building strategy in which you employ blog commenting, forum posting, online directories, and guest posting as tactics?
If so, then I suggest you throw your strategy out the window. It’s not going to work. I’m serious.
As much as we love to report about the state of ‘other than WordPress blog software’ as well here at BloggingPro, we can not help but give the announcement of the newly introduced Movable Type 5 a WordPress spin. And how could we not; the announcement will be completely overshadowed by the new dashboard design of MT 5.
Seriously, Six Apart? Is it April Fools’ Day today? Read More »Six Apart Introduces Movable Type 5. “Borrows” WordPress Dashboard Design
Blogging has become a major force in the last decade and we have seen many new uses for blogs. Many of us have successfully managed to make a living from blogging and there is no doubt that blogging will stay popular in the next decade.
But as blogging continues to mature, we have also seen several ‘content trends’ over the last years and hope that these trends will disappear as soon as possible again.
‘Twitter is down’ Entries
There are two reasons why we do not want to see these entries anymore. The first one is of course because we do not want our favourite networking platform to be down too often.
But the real reason why we do not want to see these posts is because there is no news value in this kind of entry. Maybe if you are a highly frequented tech blog or social network watchdog site you can get away with it, but the general rule is: we know that Twitter is down. If Twitter’s down, we can see it on the Twitter website, read all about it on Facebook, forums and our desktop client will notify us that something went wrong. Thanks for stating the obvious and adding to the noise.
If you really need to report that Twitter is down, tweet it! Read More »Blog Entries We Do Not Want To See In 2010
DailyBlogTips.com has a great article up about getting your daily traffic up past 1000 page views (and FAR beyond that), broken into 4 steps that make it easy to implement for just about anyone. Here’s a bit to get you… Read More »4 Steps to Increase Your Blog Traffic – dailyblogtips.com
David Airey, a great logo designer in Scotland created a contest to give away over $4000 in prizes and services to celebrate his blog’s first anniversary. The contest includes dozens of great supporters, and some insanely amazing prizes, including blog… Read More »David Airey’s $4000 Blog Anniversary Prize Draw