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How to Publish 100 High-Impact Blog Posts This Year

How to Publish 100 High-Impact Blog Posts This Year | Writing about Life in the digital age | Scoop.it

Since our first reader in August of 2014, we’ve steadily increased our traffic, and we're now consistently drawing 5,000 plus readers per month to our blog. Our traffic is increasing at a growing rate, and we're optimistic about doubling or tripling our traffic in the upcoming year.


If you're a small company like ours — under 20 employees — you're probably wondering how we can consistently publish over 100 quality blog posts annually in addition to getting our “day jobs” done. The answer is in our process.  


There are five important steps that make up our process, and each is critical in helping us accomplish our goal of publishing 100 high quality new blog posts annually. These steps use the HubSpot blogging and social tools....


Via Jeff Domansky
rodrick rajive lal's insight:
Maintaining a publication schedule, preparing an annual calendar and planning topics for the whole year will help publish a significant number of blog posts in a year. I guess we could also use artificial intelligence to narrow down on topics that are most likely to be of significance in the coming year!
 
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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, June 16, 2017 9:47 AM

The story of how one HubSpot user built a strategy of publishing high-quality articles to increase their website traffic by 300%.

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15+ Ways to Create New Content from Old Content | Kim Garst

15+ Ways to Create New Content from Old Content | Kim Garst | Writing about Life in the digital age | Scoop.it

allAs a busy business owner, you likely don’t have time to create new content at the rate at which your audience demands it. Yet, with content marketing now being the #1 driver of search rankings, you can’t afford not to be constantly publishing new content.

 

Fortunately, there are ways you can take your existing content and feed it to the content marketing beast. With a little bit of elbow grease and some creativity, you can edit and re-use what you already have, and turn it into something your audience can’t get enough of!...


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This is what most content creators will do, recycle old content to produce new content from an older content that has been tweaked and modified. As an an active blogger, I do the same with great effect. The implications for educationists lies in their ability to re-visit old posts after a lapse of some time whereby they can tweak and retouch observations according to what they have done in class. It always makes sense to re-visit old content and see how this content can be made more relevant to existing trends. While recycling might be achieved through re-posting of content as it is, a more pro-active approach would be to consider changing the title, adding more content and in addition, making necessary changes and corrections to make 'Old content' more in line with the latest in the industry. No doubt it might be difficult for content creators to continue producing good content throughout, so it makes sense to try recycling older content.

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Dean Ryan G. Martin's curator insight, January 7, 2015 9:04 AM

This is a recommended read for all content marketers and SEO writers out there. It's really helpful. 

John Norman's curator insight, January 7, 2015 6:46 PM

Lots of good content recycling tips here. I have taken not of the details and intend to apply them. You should too. Well done Kim and good comments from Jeff Domansky

Alfredo Corell's curator insight, January 18, 2015 3:07 PM

Created or posted for marketing. But most of the tips are very helpful also for Lecturing/Teaching

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How to Successfully Promote Your Blog

How to Successfully Promote Your Blog | Writing about Life in the digital age | Scoop.it

Many influencers talk about the 80/20 rule: you should spend 20% of your time creating content and 80% of your time promoting it. 


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This is not only interesting, but also highly informative, I have a blog which I feel can benefit from the tips. 

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Antonella Pezzarossa's curator insight, October 26, 2015 5:22 AM
"Promoting your blog regularly is the key." And with an integrated approach, I would add.
Steven Adams's comment, October 27, 2015 10:22 AM
Scoop.it, Triberr.com, Inbound.org are the best best place for promoting your blog.
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How to Keep Your Readers on Your Blog Longer

How to Keep Your Readers on Your Blog Longer | Writing about Life in the digital age | Scoop.it

 I If you follow the 7 strategies I listed above, you should be able to increase the time your readers spend on your site by over 2 minutes. It worked for me, and it can work for you too.

 

Just don’t expect results right away as it will take 3 to 6 months for you to see substantial results. It takes time to build trust and loyalty with your readers....


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Well, I guess the seven strategies in this article do make some sense for writers of blogs, such as me. A very important realization is that what we write very often is not very reader friendly, moreover this stems from the fact that a lot of writing fails to have a conversational element to it. For many, increased readership could mean increased income, for those who want to shift from part time blogging to full time blogging!

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, January 1, 2015 9:07 AM

Don’t you hate it when you spend hours writing a blog post only to see that people spend mere seconds skimming it? Neil Patel offers help.