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Creating and publishing (long form) blog content is one part of the story. The other part you should actually pay close attention to is how well your readers take your blog posts! Do they click on your links? Do they check out your social media updates and do they find it to be interesting? Do they share your blog posts? Do they leave a comment? Do they read through your b ...
Aweber vs Mailchimp? – Isn’t this the biggest question when it comes to choosing the best email marketing software? That makes you read every Aweber or Mailchimp review out there, right? An email marketing software plays a highly crucial role in any online business. It helps you to stay in regular touch with your customers.
If you are into blogging or any kind of online business, social media is something inevitable. If you ignore social media completely, you will miss out a lot. For one, a very big share of your target audience hang out on social media platforms like Twitter, Google+ and the like. Hence your presence on social media is highly crucial. That doesn’t mean you should be all over.
Every blogger starts as a newbie. We all don’t have that “years of experience” when we start out, right? But the fact that you are a newbie should not affect the quality of your blog. How to be a newbie blogger and also keep up the standards when it comes to content creation? Is it even possible? My subscribers often ask this question to me! I am just starting out.
Content is the backbone of a blog. You need to create awesome content in a consistent manner if you are running a blog. And here comes content curation into picture – for two reasons: One, to cure the so called writers block. And second, to help you create easy content on the go. Let’s see what content curation is and how it helps you with the above mentioned two things.
It is frustrating, isn’t. Every blogger around you – even the one who started after you – is picking up at a fast pace. They are publishing income reports. They are doing product launches. They post screenshots of affiliate commissions or sales reports in social media. And here you are, working very hard, and yet to see that moment – which is not visible even in the horizon any time soon.
What is a blog topic generator and why do you need one? Well, for bloggers, content creation is (a highly crucial) part of the business. And in order to create content consistently one need to come up with blog post topics. For most bloggers, coming up with the topics to create content is the most challenging task – and this is most commonly called “writers block”.
Admit it. If you are working from home, chances are that you are struggling a lot. Well, you might not actually struggle with anything in particular, but you could be struggling with almost everything. Things look blurry, right? There are lots of stuff that you need to take care of. Family on the one side and business on the other side – both of them screaming for your attention 24×7.
Editorial calendar. You would hear a lot about it especially around New Year time – when the enthusiasm is at its peak. I remember myself hunting for editorial calendar templates around Christmas so I can plan the coming New Year ahead – and blog like a pro! I’m sure you should also have faced such situations.
Well, you probably know my story. I started with a multi-niche blog. And I could not make it successful in terms of conversion. Even though I got a lot of traffic, I was unable to serve and convert to that multi-niche audience. I was having audience interested in relationships, blogging, technology and health since I was writing about all these on one website.
Blog comments could play a very crucial part in a blog’s success. But it is not the case for all blogs. It highly depends on the niche. For certain niches blog comments could be a game changer. While for certain other niches, they may not contribute anything to the success of the blog. In such a case, how to decide whether you should have comments enabled on your blog or not ...
Last week I talked about formatting your blog posts – the importance of formatting and how to do it. This week I am going to talk about yet another important thing! Writing great blog post titles. Even more than formatting, writing great blog post titles is very crucial to the success of every post your write.
You put all your heart into creating that piece of content. But what if it is not pleasing to the reader? What if your reader ignores that content you have created? What if that content doesn’t get any shares or comments? You want to be appreciated, right? At least you want others to notice you. Well, assuming that the content you create is extremely valuable and is of great ...
In the last two posts (post 1, and post 2), I talked about a serious problem and possible causes of that problem. The problem is this: Your business is stagnant. It is not moving forward. You have hit a plateau. Or your business is not taking off at all. This is a very serious problem because your business is no joke. You put all the hard work, time, and money into your business.
In the last post, I addressed a serious problem and talked about my personal experience related to that. The problem of not moving forward with your business. This is a very serious problem – if you are putting in a lot of hard work (and money) to build your business, and yet if it is going nowhere – this is no fun! In this post, I share 5 worst mistakes you could be making ...
I’m going to address a serious problem in this blog post – Your business goes nowhere. It doesn’t accomplish what you want it to accomplish. More importantly, nobody pays attention! And, without your readers paying attention, you cannot do any business. Can you relate? I rise this topic today because I am overwhelmed with queries like this in my inbox.
It is heartbreaking to see most blogs vanish! There are numerous blogs that are started with great enthusiasm. But where do those blogs go? And there are blogs that just survive – without making any progress. Why is that? If all the enthusiasm with starting a blog was right, things should work out well too isn’t? So what goes wrong here? What are we missing? Well, there ar ...
So 2015 is almost gone now! And we all are ready to welcome 2016 – a brand New Year. That’s exciting right? But do you have a guilty or uncomfortable feeling at the back of your mind about your progress in business? If so, this post is for you! Do you remember how you started 2015? You were all pumped with excitement, had various plans, goals etc.
Keyword research forms a very crucial part of running a blog. Now, if you think that keyword research is all related to SEO, you are wrong. Keyword research is related to SEO of course; but it is not all SEO. So if you are ignoring keyword research because you don’t know SEO, you should think again. In fact you should not ignore SEO; search engines help your readers to find you.
So you put your sweat and blood to write a blog post. You are so excited about the blog post. You’ve done all the editing to polish your post and it reads great! Now you are extremely proud to click that Publish button and you do so. You look forward to comments, shares and all sorts of social media interactions.