2017 is almost half over.
Are you trying to capitalize on this year’s trends in order to compete for readers’ attention?
One way to capture an audience is not by vying for readers’ attention but by competing for viewers’ attention.
That’s right. One of this year’s blogging trends is not to give your information in the form of a traditional blog post.
Capitalize on the popularity of videos to transmit your information in that format.
According to Webnots, using videos is one of the five most popular blogging trends of this year.
Today’s guest author works for a video production company. He is here to tell you how to improve your YouTube videos.
Welcome to the Inspire Me Monday Linky Party for May 29. It’s the last Monday in May! People in the United States are celebrating Memorial Day today. We appreciate you spending it with us.
You haven’t read how to get people to subscribe to your blog in a long time on Mostly Blogging.
I felt my post 7 Ways to Take Charge of Your Readership Problem: Optins had said it all.
You should give freebies, incentives for subscribing known as optins, to people in exchange for their email addresses.
I figured all was said and done. However, all wasn’t said, not by any stretch of the imagination.
Consider this an update to 7 Ways to Take Charge of Your Readership Problem: Optins.
You have many ways of getting new blog subscribers. This post explains 50 free tools, methods, and optins you can use to woo visitors and turn them into subscribers.
Do you ever run out of ideas for new blog posts?
I haven’t, and I’ve been blogging for almost three years.
After all, why would I continually need new ideas?
If I run out, I could just revive old posts.
I repeatedly tried to get new traffic to old posts.
However, it wasn’t until I received proper instructions for doing so that my post received, and is still receiving, a remarkable reception.
This article will explain those instructions to you.
By the end of this post, you will not only be able to write updated posts that receive high page views, social shares, and comments, but they will have an increased chance of getting skyrocketed organic traffic coming over from search engines.
10 Tips to Go from Blogging Zero to Blogging Hero
Are you sick of running into the same blogging obstacles again and again?
I know how tough it feels to get your blogging momentum going when nothing seems to be working.
Today I want to help you hopscotch obstacles so you can leave your struggles behind for good.
Benefits of Reading this Post
Drive more traffic.
Earn more profits.
Grow your email list.
Make friends with big dawg bloggers.
Live your dreams.
Yep….I can share that benefits list with confidence because by following these tips diligently I molded a pretty neat life for myself, traveling the world for the past 6 years as a pro blogger.
Let’s leave your blogging troubles behind so you can become a hyper-successful, happy blogger by following these 10 tips.
Friday, 26th May 2017
Blogger’s Pit Stop #75 – Welcome
How will you like to learn the secrets of $13 million yearly revenue from Google rankings?
How about if you could learn all that, for free, from an award-winning blogger?
Would you be excited?
If yes, then it’s your lucky day.
While coaching, a client asked me how she could improve her blog.
She seemed to focus her questions on her content and graphics.
My awkwardness stemmed from my awareness of the real problem: the mechanics of the writing.
Do I tell her?
I decided to take the leap. After all, she’d paid me to help her improve the quality of her blog.
When I gently pointed out the mechanical errors, there was an awkward silence.
She didn’t know how to respond, and I didn’t know how to ease her obviously wounded feelings.
Fortunately, today’s guest author works for a company that makes a grammar tool to improve writing. She offers 10 tips for error-free writing.