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Friday, November 27, 2020

Archive for the 'Blogging Tips' Category

Guest Posts without Link Building

SEO Theory’s Michael Martinez has published a new article titled ‘Guest Posts without Link Building’. Guest posting is seen as synonymous with link building. In his article, Martinez explains guest posting minus link building. He says, “Guest posting has been abused for link building for so many years it’s now firmly entrenched in SEO mythology as a great link building strategy. It seems no matter how many penalties (manual actions) the search engines bestow upon people for using guest post links, the Web marketing world just keeps on linking. Guest posting’s popularity... [...]

Quick Sprout’s List of 7 Best WordPress Web Hosts for 2020

Quick Sprout’s Lars Lofgren has published a list of seven best WordPress web hosts for 2020. He says, “We’ve gone through all the hosts and ranked the best options available for WordPress—including providers WordPress itself recommends. (If you need it, there’s more on how WordPress hosting works later in this post.) The Top 7 Best WordPress Web Hosts for 2020 Bluehost – Best for beginners Hostinger – Best low cost web host WP Engine – Best for pro users Liquid Web – Best for power users Siteground – Best features Flywheel – Best for freelancers and agencies Kinsta –... [...]

Tips to Improve Copywriting and Blogging

Copyblogger’s Brian Clark has published an article highlighting two most important words in blogging, persuasion and copywriting. He says, “Imagine … by the end of this post, you’ll be a more effective writer, all because you learned two very important words, and the specific reasons why those words are so crucial. Actually, both words can be found in the preceding sentence, along with hints related to their importance. Did you catch them? If not, keep reading, because all will be revealed. The most important word is “you” Did you find the opening sentence compelling? If so,... [...]

Four Steps to Make SEO-Friendly WordPress URLs

SEO-friendly WordPress URLs are highly useful in getting higher ranks in search engine results and get more traffic to your website or blog. Search Engine Journal contributor Corey Morris has shared four steps to help you make SEO-friendly WordPress URLs. He says, “In this article, you’ll learn four tips to ensure your WordPress URLs are SEO-friendly. They range from basic, global updates to strategic updates tied to content and the information architecture of your site. 1. Get to a Single Root Version of Your Domain By default, there are several variations of your root domain that can... [...]

12-Steps to Monetize Your Blog with Affiliate Marketing

Affiliate marketing is a great way to make money from your blogs and websites. By promoting the products and services related to your blog, you can make a passive income. Business2Community contributor Shweta Dawar has shared 12-steps to help you make money from your blog with affiliate marketing. Dawar says, “The simplest way to monetize a blog through affiliate marketing is to sign up with an affiliate program and share reviews/ tutorials/experiences with links and banners on your website. This in-depth overview should help you. 1. Identify Your Target Audience Know your readers and what... [...]

Quick Sprout’s List of Best WordPress Directory Plugin – 2020

Quick Sprout’s Lars Lofgren has published a list of best WordPress directory plugin for 2020. He says, “OUT OF 95 DIRECTORY PLUGINS, THERE ARE 5 TO CONSIDER ADDING TO YOUR WEBSITE Want to jump straight to the answer? We suggest Business Directory Plugin and GeoDirectory for the best WordPress directory plugin.  The Internet is full of directories. In fact, your website might already be listed on some directories right now. Directories like Yelp help consumers find a restaurant or service in their area. While a directory like Angie’s List connects people with contractors for... [...]

Top 10 Blogging Tips for Digital Marketers [Video]

Blogging is an evergreen marketing strategy. It helps you to establish yourself as an authority in your domain and continue to promote your products along with your knowledge. HubSpot’s new video ‘Top 10 Blogging Tips for Digital Marketers’ will help you to improve your blogging efforts. The HubSpot team says, “Learn more about the top 10 blogging tips with this free online course on Business Blogging. Justin from HubSpot’s marketing team will go over the top 10 blogging tips from HubSpot’s business blogging strategy course. Ready, to learn these tips?”. Watch... [...]

Updating You Old Blog Posts for Marketing

Blogging is a great way to establish authority in your niche. Your old blog posts can be repurposed to connect with your existing and new readers. Target Marketing’s Phil Frost has shared an article on how to stretch your marketing budget by updating old blog posts. Frost says, “If your budget is in a holding pattern with the uncertainties of COVID-19, now is a great time to circle back and update your old blog posts. Use this opportunity to build a library of robust, well-written articles that impart useful information, and you’ll see a steady increase in organic traffic from Google.... [...]

How to Speed Up Your WordPress Website in 2020 [Video]

Ahrefs has published a new video ‘How to Speed Up Your WordPress Website in 2020’ to help you improve your WordPress site speed. In this video, you’ll learn how to speed up your WordPress website in 3 simple steps. Watch the video here. Ahrefs  [...]

Blogging Statistics You Should Check Out

Blogging remains one of the most popular tools for marketing online. You can continue to create a network of readers and followers by regularly blogging on the topics of their interests. Orbit Media Studios’ Andy Crestodina has shared new statistics on how blogging works for some and how you can make it work for you. He says, “There are 31 million bloggers online (source) with a wide range of goals: fame and fortune, reach and revenue, links and leads. Considering the diversity of blogging objectives, we do not ask bloggers to report on specific results. 1 in 10 bloggers do things... [...]