"Blog Writing" Posts
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To write an interesting blog (or anything of value) you must be able to go beyond regurgitating what others have reported and be curious enough to find the real story.
How can you do that? Ask questions like these.
- How Does it Really Work? – Test products (and assumptions) to find out what works and why. You might even find delicious, unexpected uses that you share with your readers.
- What Needs Improvement? – Be on the lookout for outstanding solutions to persistant problems. It’s OK to not have all the answers, providing bridges and stepping stones are equally important.
The way Search Engines index your blog is by sending “robot” crawlers to your site to track what you’ve written and follow the links. Here we discuss how linking both inside and outside your blogs can help you with search engine optimization.
Part 2 of 4: Linking Strategy
Get Inbound Links
Every link to your site is seen by the search engines as being a vote of confidence in your site. The best inbound links? These are from higher ranked sites than your own, that are relevant to the topic you are writing about, and who link to you using relevant keywords. Find them and try to get them to link to you.
Because blogs naturally offer new content to search engines, you might think you can skip optimizing your blog. In our latest series, here are some ideas you can use to attract search engines to your blog.
Part 1 of 4: Start with Quality Content on a Specific Topic
The best way to get links to your blog is to write quality content that people will want to read. This is still the cheapest and probably safest approach toward to build inbound links in a natural organic way because others want to link to quality content.
Keyword Rich Content
Consider: “How will I want people to find this post in Search Engines?” What will readers type into Google to find the information on the topic you’re writing? Use your answers to identify a few keywords (go for 3-5) for the article you hope to get highly-indexed. Then pepper those keywords throughout your post, as well as in titles, heading tags, image alt tags, and meta tags.
Sometimes you hit some writer’s block and you need a bit of inspiration for writing your next post. Where should you go?
It’s summertime here and the living is easy … but is your blog suffering from sporadic posting?
Do you feel that you’ve written about everything that needs to be said on your topic or niche?
Did you know that many bloggers hit a dry patch 6 to 12 months into their blog?
Unfortunately, a large number of bloggers tend to give up on their blog when they feel they’ve ‘covered everything’ and think their content is getting thin.
But you can bring your blog back!