by Amin Ghale
Do you know why 95 percent of blogs fail miserably?
Lack of quality content?
In fact, most writers fail dramatically even with high-quality content.
Then what is the reason behind it?
…Because they simply thrive on one COMMON RULE – “Push great content and traffic will come.”
And this is where most bloggers get it wrong.
Well, pushing vital content is important, it’s just not enough.
So here is the truth:
The secret sauce of building a blog audience lies in the marketing hands of a content creator.
If you are unable to sell your content in the market, you might not succeed in producing it in the first place.
Ideally, you want to use up your 30 percent of your time in creating the greatest piece you can create and 70 percent of your time promoting it.
But, is there any technique to promote the content if you are a newbie and you do not have anyone to hear you?
Now, let’s get into a stepwise guide to five super creative blog promotion procedures that you can employ to acquire instant traffic.
Welcome to the Inspire Me Monday Linky Party for August 22. We are so glad you decided to join us!
Are you overwhelmed with all the blogging advice you find on the Internet?
Blogs have been rated as the fifth most trusted source for accurate online information. (Source: HubSpot)
However, what if blog posts tell you different advice? How do you know which articles to believe?
Conversely, bloggers also complain that blogging tips articles say the same thing, but the tips don’t work. What should you do?
The answer: Base your decision on tested methods. These include case studies and tips based on research.
The twenty “tips” in this article are myths.
This post will present these falsehoods and explain why they are blogging myths you should ignore.
Welcome to Our 21st Blog Party!
Done right, a blog is a great all-purpose tool. If you are the owner of a small business – even if that business is just yourself – a blog can make the world of difference. There are very few more direct ways of engaging a large number of people in a topic you are interested in. Of course, there is a lot to keeping a blog well-maintained – a lot more than most people think. If you have your own blog, you are probably already well aware of how much there is to do. This is especially the case if you want to draw in as many people as possible. However, you don’t want to spend too much of your time trying to make your blog work. Ultimately, you want it to work for you. With that in mind, let’s take a look at some of the simple ways you can make blogging a lot easier.
Friday, 19th August 2016
Blogger’s Pit Stop #37 – Welcome
Have you ever taken the time to wonder why some blogs always have tons of readers while others struggle to get attention?
I know you have, who hasn’t? Every blogger on the internet has done this at one point in time. You just rounded up a new blog post, and it’s about to go live now, and suddenly, you remembered the last one you published that did get even up to 5 social shares not to talk of comments.
A part of you is saying you should not publish this post because it will end up being like the previous ones. It further advises you to quit blogging and simply look for something else to engage yourself with, maybe look for a job.
Similarly, the second person inside is insisting you publish the post. Who knows, maybe this one will break the myth. Perhaps it will become the catalyst that will open the doors of influence for you.
Now, which of these two advisers will you listen?
Welcome to the Inspire Me Monday Linky Party for August 15. We are so glad you decided to join us!
You heard wrong.
According to research, 93% of all Internet users begin at search engines.
By not using the tools in this post, you’d be ignoring an enormous chunk of your potential readership.
This post will explain 19 tools made by Google that will help you be a more productive blogger and increase your ability to be found on search engines.