After all, according to recent statistics, there are approximately one billion websites.
No wonder bloggers are so busy. They don’t have any more time in their day to process all this additional information.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you had some way to sort that information, so you could blog faster?
The social media site Twitter has come up with a way–Twitter lists.
Have you ever been there?
Have you ever tried to find the answer to a question using a search engine just to come up empty since you didn’t know how to word your question?
Being the busy blogger that you are, you don’t have time to waste wording and rewording search engine questions in hopes you will find the answers you are looking for.
What if you had one-on-one help? A human who not only understood your question but was an “expert” in the area you needed help?
What if that human was you? [Read more…]
You have so much to remember as a blogger.
You come up with an idea, research, write, edit, promote, respond to commenters.
You should even remember to put in the “Read More” tag for double page views.
However, the one aspect of blogging you shouldn’t have to remember is your topic.
Will this post tell you how to devise blog topics?
Will this post tell you how to remember blog topics once you’ve thought of them?
No, you have an editorial calendar for that.
This post will tell you how to never run out of blog topics and dramatically increase your blog traffic all at the same time.
“Janice, come to bed,” implored my husband.
“I can’t,” I responded. “I am getting massive traffic from Flipboard. I can’t go to sleep until I know which one of my links is there and who added it to Flipboard.”
“All that matters, is that you know how to add one of your links to Flipboard.”
I know now, and this post will tell you, so you can also receive swarms of blog traffic from this site.
What a shock!
Talk about bad timing!
No one saw that one coming. Thinking there was a technical problem, I Googled the situation.
A hue and a cry had gone out. Bring back our StumbleUpon sharing button, WordPress users cried.
Outrage is no longer necessary. This post will explain how to not only add your posts to StumbleUpon, but how to get boatloads of referral traffic from it.