re you struggling to get more traffic? Believe me, I know how you feel. You’ve probably tried all techniques and methods you find on Internet but nothing works and you are not receiving desired number of visitors.
Whether you have a blog or website, or both, it is important to find multiple sources of traffic. Here is a list of 50 methods, some which may be new to you. Definitely worth keeping this list. Not all will work for you, but find the ways that work for you!
The summary may not be as glamorous as the title or as fulfilling as the article itself, but it’s still important to your article’s overall success. The summary is your hook to get readers to click on your article.
Writing a summary is one of the those things that we all need to do as online writers, but doing it is often harder that it seems. Here is some good advice for firinishing up your article with a good summary.
Google has put a firm emphasis on quality content to measure SEO rankings. What this means is that you have to add content that is informative and engages readers. But what type of content is Google actually looking for? This article outlines key factors to help you deliver the type of quality content that Google is asking for.The content you add to your website is crucial to your search engine ranking. In order to perform well the content must offer something to the reader. That can mean that the content is either entertaining or informative and offers the reader something of value. Google is searching for websites that provide internet users with a superior user-experience – and part of that includes what your content gives to the reader....
A few months ago, I discovered the Tumblr blog Who Pays Writers?. It’s a fantastic anonymous resource that offers the inside scoop on pay rates at dozens of publications including Glamour, The San Francisco Chronicle, and Parents.com.
Sharilee Swaity's insight:
Great resource that gives tips for finding online sites that pay their writers well. This is great, because low-paying sites are not hard to find!
We weren’t all born to love verbs and spend hours toiling lovingly over word order and yet as small business owners and marketers, one of the most important hats that we necessarily wear is “writer”.
If you don’t consider yourself a writer, aren’t entirely comfortable with the writing process and can’t outsource to a professional, that doesn’t mean you’re dead in the water. Nor does it mean you should shrug and put out subpar content because, “Hey, I’m not a writer. That’s as good as it gets.”
Try one or more of these techniques the next time you put pencil to paper – or fingers to keyboard – for writing that has a whole lot more marketing punch....
The idea of repurposing, or recycling your ideas is not new, but this blog post gives some excellent tips on how to do it, that may be new to you. This article is especially nice, because it interviews top people in the industry, and has ideas from several indiviiduals.
When you claim your content through Google's Authorship Markup, anything you write online — whether on your site or someone else's — can be connected to your global author profile. Also, the benefits you get from the rich ...
Sharilee Swaity's insight:
Very interesting article from CopyBlogger that introduces the new feature from Google that features "in-depth content" in the Google search results. Apparently, 10% of searchers are looking for in-depth articles, and this is encouraging for those of us who like to write long articles.
Some full time workers might think freelancing life could be much better. Well, yes and no. Yes is because you will have more time to do you own stuff, you're self-employed and basically you are your own boss.