Anyone that has ran a blog for a few years has undoubtedly learned some hard lessons. Here are some suggestions to get off on the right foot if you’re starting a new blog today. 1. Create Content and Publish Daily In order to be competitive and have any chance of showing up on the radar […]
If you blog, you’re always on the search to increase your blog traffic. If you’re not, you should be, as you want to get a continuous flow of readers to your content. We all know about the powerhouse networks Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google Plus. Most of your social time should be spent on those […]
There are many routes to drive traffic to your blog. Google Organic is great, but that takes time. For most bloggers social plays a key role. Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google Plus certainly have their place. However, the undisputed champion is Twitter. Twitter is so important to Bloggers and it’s the engine that drives traffic back […]
Over the last six months I’ve subscribed to a ton of blog email lists and newsletters with good results. Say What? A ton of email lists? In this world of information overload why would anyone want their email saturated with more content? Well there is a lot to learn with all this information. First you […]
With over 200 million blogs created it seems there is no end. However, many blogs fail and are left abandoned. Here are some of the key reasons that blogs fail along with a solution that will help avoid the pitfalls. photo credit: markomni via photopin cc 1. Unrealistic Goals – I think most come into […]
It’s that time of the year again. Time to establish our blogging goals for 2013. As with any goal, you want to be realistic, but make challenging enough so you don’t skate through. Write them down and keep the list nearby. If you see the goal list everyday it will keep you focused and motivated. Don’t look at the enormity of the goal numbers or tasks. Break it down by month, and record the data. Make all attempts to avoid “winging it”.