Easy Methods To Get Traffic Back To The Older Blog Posts Again

Every blogger wants to update their blog daily with fresh new content and problem with this is that your old popular posts are completely forgotten and new visitors will never get a chance to visit your great older posts because all internet users are very busy and will never mind to read your blog archives.So traffic to your older posts are lost,no matter how great they are.Here in this post Im going to share two easy methods to bring back new traffic to your old blog posts. 10 reasons why…

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10 reasons why you don’t make money with your blog

Have you every asked yourselve, why some blogs make money and some don’t? What might be the missing ingredient? Critical for your success are: keeping your own power, patience, intelligence and hard work. Anyone can make a blog successful as long as they follow the rules and watch out for what makes some blogs fail. 1.    Doing too Much You may be an excellent visionary, but not be realistic enough. It’s not enough to come up with creative ideas and concepts. You have to ensure that you stick to your…

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How to Increase CTR Article on website

Your article CTR is one of those statistics that people follow and rejoice, but seldom do they really understand the meaning. Of course you get the idea that increasing the CTR article means that people will click and go to our website … but that’s all. If you are satisfied with 3% CTR or do you want a 30% CTR? Jeff Johnson said that achieving a 30% CTR email campaigns is a fluke and the opening is generally about 10%. This is the problem with the e-mail. I do not…

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Schema Code: Optimizing for Clicks, Not Rankings

One of my first jobs in search marketing some years ago was managing the English website of a forex company based in Tel Aviv that had sites in various languages and targeting various countries. Each week, the CEO wanted us to update and send spreadsheets of keyword rankings. This was the only metric by which we were judged — even to the point that the CEO had told us that if we could collectively get our rankings to a certain point by the end of the year, we would all…

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How Not to Optimize a Search-Engine Optimization Domain Name

As I always write on this SEO blog, I am not the world’s foremost expert on search-engine marketing — I am not perfect, by any measure. Rather, I take what I have learned from the giants in the field and then tell what I learn from my practical applications of their theories. In this essay, I wish to tell my readers one thing that I have learned not to do in regards to optimizing search-engine optimization domain names. In a prior post on how I had optimized SEO URLs for this blog, I discussed…

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How to Use Google Analytics Advanced-Segments for SEO

The basic Google Analytics interface, as most SEO experts know, is simple enough to use — and that is a credit to the search-engine giant for offering such a platform free of charge. However, there are limitations that become apparent unless one knows how to use the system in an advanced manner. Here is one example. As you will see at the top left-hand corner of this post, I have listed an example screenshot of a slice of Analytics data for this website. Those who are Internet-marketing veterans will recognize…

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Improve Your Blogspot Blog

Many Blogspot users haven’t moved from Blogspot to WordPress because they’re afraid they’ll lose some of their loyal readers, but each time some of them hear about a new WordPress feature or visit other blogs created with WordPress, they sigh with envy. As a Blogspot user myself, I can honestly say I wished I had known about WordPress when I created my Life of a Writer blog, but it wasn’t as popular then as it is today. And like many others, I haven’t moved my blog to WordPress because I don’t…

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My Blog Needs a New Theme – What Option Should I Choose?

Most bloggers like to change their blog theme from time-to-time to maintain a fresh look for visitors. Ideally, you’ll probably want to make major changes to your theme every 1 or 2 years and not constantly, but that is a topic for another discussion. If you use the most popular blogging platform, WordPress, you have basically 4 options from which to choose. Each of the 4 offers its own unique pros and cons, and hopefully one of the options will be a good fit for you and your situation. Free…

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What Google Likes (And What It Hates)

I came across an interesting article at SEOmoz the other day that talked about the top 35 factors that SEO experts believe Google uses in it’s page rank algorithm.  While no one is exactly sure how Google ranks pages (most experts seem to think that there are over 200 factors in all), there is some agreement on many of the major factors that influence that ranking.  If getting a Google ranking is something you are hoping to accomplish for your blog, this knowledge is gold. When trying to figure out what…

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Using Social Media to Advertise Your Blog.

One of the popular trends on the web right now is social media and/or social networking, and it looks like there is no stopping it in the near future. Sites like Facebook, Twitter, Digg, Reddit are among the many sites which are leading the way with social media, but is there a way for you to use social media to your advantage? There are a few ways you can take advantage of social media for your blog. Sites such as cracked.com seem to be on Digg’s front page daily, and…

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