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I’m a little bit obsessed with blog traffic right now. I’m constantly searching the internet for new hints and tricks to get traffic, ideas that I hadn’t thought of before.
I’ve even written a few posts that address that topic. Well, here are five must-read blog posts that will help you to get more clicks to your website.
I’m currently going through the steps in the Low Hanging Fruit section of this blog post, trying to increase my presence on social media and automate my marketing where I can.
This huge post has a ton of actionable steps that will make your blog more awesome and help you bring in more traffic. Like, did you even think about creating a street team for your blog?! I didn’t! What an awesome idea!
So from search engine optimization to increasing your blog speed, you really need to read this monster of a post to increase your blog traffic. Like, you needed to have read it yesterday!
If you have old blog content just sitting around, not getting much traffic every month, you’re probably pretty depressed about it. Especially if it’s GOOD content that you know should be doing better.
So what can you do? Repurpose that old content to drive more traffic and even turn that content into new products.
You obviously can’t just reuse that old blog post, because you’ll be penalized by Google for duplicate content. What you can do, though, is take bits and pieces of those old blog posts and turn them into planner printables, Youtube videos, and more.
I’m always trying to figure out the winning formula for a blog post. A killer headline, quotable quotes, good graphics… plus so much more.
This post lays out 10 of the things to keep in mind when you’re writing a blog. It covers everything from paragraph transitions to writing in a conversational tone. Even if you’ve been blogging for a long time, I am confident you’ll find something new to try in this blog post.
I have found keeping a blog content schedule is essential to writing and publishing blog posts consistently. Especially when I am running multiple blogs!
I eventually created two permanent blog content calendars in my Rocketbook so I could plan the current month and the month ahead, using different pen colors for my different blogs.
This blog post goes into how to be one of the super bloggers… one of the bloggers that posts a LOT of content and never seems to run out of ideas.
Yeah, that can be you!
That’s a bold claim, and I stand by it. Stop trying to use a keyword finder, stop trying to figure out how much traffic a keyword gets every month, just stop! Use the tool in this blog post and you’ll write BETTER content that people actually want to read.
And believe me, readers know when you’re trying to stuff keywords into your blog posts. It turns them off. So just cut it out, okay?
Don’t worry, this tool will still make you Google friendly, and you’ll still be optimizing your SEO. In fact, your SEO will be better optimized for 2020 than the bloggers that still rely on stale keywords!
Hopefully these blog posts have given you some new ideas of how to run your blog. It’s always good to be learning more about this, especially if you want blogging to be your full time job.
Running a blog like a business isn’t always easy, but I’m sure the tips these blog posts give you will make it a little bit easier!