Blog Optimization

    • Blog Strategy: Driving Website Traffic & Business Revenue

      A blog gives a website a free space to engage with its visitors. Often used to introduce readers to the specific field that the business is involved in, a blog allows potential clients to familiarize themselves with the idea of a company in relation to their industry. Furthermore, blogs can reveal your standing within your line of business.

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  • A Quick Checklist for the Newly Blogger Entrepreneur

    … Becoming a blogger and starting a business-oriented blog is no different than opening an online business. However, there is one major difference – anyone can do it. When you really think about it, any blog can turn into a proper business. You pick a topic that you want to write about actively and then, assuming you also want to profit from…

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  • 20 Must-Have Content Marketing Tools for Writing Better Blog Posts

    … Content marketing starts with audience and keyword research. After that, it’s time to take that research and turn it into actual concepts for individual posts. These five tools can help. #1 – HubSpot’s Blog Topic Generator This little wizard is still the gold standard for simple idea generation. You can enter up to three topics, and it will put…

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  • Optimizing Your Blog: 10 Simple Steps for Technical SEO

    … We’ve all heard the phrase “content is king”. And content is obviously the primary component of a great blog. But with so much content being added to the web every day, you need to put in a little extra effort to get your post seen by your audience. This is where technical best practices play a pivotal role in helping you promote your blog. Yes…

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  • The 9-Step Guide to Create an Optimized Blog for Search

    …. I’d opt for shorter posts more often than not – you don’t want to bloviate where you can write succinctly. The remaining advice is solid – design, speed, responsiveness, media usage, title tags, email subscriptions, social promotion… all solid advice. As for misspellings and grammatical errors – thank goodness my readers forgive me there…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 8 readers -
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