What types of blogs do you visit regularly? I’m not referring to those you hit once because you clicked on a link and then bounce right out of. I’m talking about the blogs you save to favorites, come to again and again, subscribe to, and perhaps even post comments on. Which ones come to mind?
It occurred to us that some of the newer bloggers out there (and plenty of us older ones) could use a handy glossary of SEO terms. It gets hard to keep up with all the latest acronyms and lingo and the best of us find ourselves scratching our heads from time to time. So here
As you may recall, in Part 1 of this series we talked about what to do and not to do when writing headlines that will lead to someone reading your post. In Part 2, we will present some proven formulas for building compelling headlines that have been used by successful bloggers. First we’ll run through
New to SEO? If you want your blog to get noticed, you must have at least some understanding of the fundamentals. We have put together five questions and answers that cover all the basics. If you are just now getting your feet wet in the blogosphere, or if you just want a quick SEO refresher,
One of the first and most important decisions you have to make when it comes to your blog is choosing a good domain name. It is impossible to overemphasize just how impactful a blog’s domain name is to its success, particularly with regards to search engine optimization (SEO) and social media marketing
Why do you write blog posts? I’m going to assume its the same reason I do: the expectation/hope that your post will be read. One of the most effective tools a blogger has for getting their post read is the headline. Think of your post as a book and the headline its title. Now imagine