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I need help, can't post a screen shot! 1 year 2 months ago #307105 Talon127 Topic Author Offline Expert Boarder Posts: 155 Thank you received: 327 Look at what JL said. I'm glad to hear that you're also a member of "What exactly is procrastination?" club. 🙂 Dries Cronje Mar 27, 2012 @ 15:28:01 Hi Katie "Another question, though – lately, when Or maybe I'm just doing it all wrong. An email list is one of the most widely used assets for both large and small businesses. So, buy a subscription to the email marketing software of your choice. this contact form
I remembered again writing about her struggles in a group of stories with FLORIDA TODAY's Matt Reed, a series called "The Insurance Storm."It hit me again how lucky I am to do the kind of Jack Amandah Mar 27, 2012 @ 14:08:09 I was one of those bloggers who was told to post every day or at least three times per week. The top rankings usually have over 2,000 words, I would say it's important and part of the equation for quality Reply Jack Sure, you could sell this post as a separated About the Author:Dries Cronje is the founder of Productive Entrepreneur, a blog that helps online entrepreneurs work clever and hard to build a solid income.
ET Saturday and Sunday, 9 a.m. – 9 p.m. Are you using a self-hosted WordPress install, with Feedburner as the feed and email subscription service provider? But I need to step it up to find something to share at least weekly.
In late 2014, their traffic distribution was almost equal between Facebook and email list + direct + search engine. I'm glad I discovered your link. Cancel an order How do I cancel an online business order? But, I want to help you even further by providing 5 sample posting schedules.
Note: BBcode and smileys are still usable. I appreciate you taking the time to share your thoughts. If I were you, I'd look at what the sites I compete with are doing. You’ll need to blog strategically and not just more frequently to attract such results.
You do not want a drop in engagement levels at the cost of receiving more traffic. Thank you for this post. Recently, I posted a new article called 45 Kick-Ass Resources for Online Entrepreneurs. Dries Cronje Mar 27, 2012 @ 15:15:28 Hey Linda! "The only problem is I can’t stop writing." Wow.
At present I am working on lead magnet(free pdf guide) and landing page. ET Saturday and Sunday, 9 a.m. – 9 p.m. Reply Chintan Neil bro, this is a great and very in-depth article. I do really like those numbers no doubt… But I've seen much bigger responses to blog posts.
The pattern is clear: If you’ve stocked up ample amount of cornerstone great content on your blog, then you can probably do with lesser posting frequency. Thanks for stopping by. I couldn't have said this better myself. Thanks if you have time to reply.
If you aren’t on WordPress, you can always rely on data from Google Analytics. Also in Ghed'ahre, nothing happened after I played the tunes. In 2 years, the blog had 333 published posts touching the 300K visitors mark. http://diskpocalypse.com/need-help/need-help-with-mb-intermittant-post.php it's filled with over 60 minutes of marketing tactics...
How is this strategy for the beginner like me? Besides sharing your new posts, you can converse with your email list audience and share exclusive content snippets to build anticipation for your new posts. They are huge on the social media channels and score high with search engine optimization.
Then, tweak your strategy to include either more promotion or more high quality writing (as defined by you).
Lizzie Williams Mar 27, 2012 @ 21:45:29 Finally, a blogger who gets it! It's discouraging to set up a blog for a company, provide a couple of posts to get them started and then have them drop the ball when they realize how much But they're ready to work. Just substitute anything you want in place of "blog outline" and go for it.
Getting keys Report a mailbox door left open Letter delivery issues Letter delivery issues Common questions Letter not delivered Mail sent to wrong address Parcel arrived damaged Do you still I agree on life being hectic during the holidays 😉 Reply Pat Padley Neil, Thanks for this post. Well, just look at their SEO metrics. his comment is here The post-every-day strategy takes all the fun out of blogging.
Find out how the frequency changes are affecting your business bottom line. Reply Kari I know that posting more on one of my guy-focused blogs will get me more traffic. ET Saturday and Sunday, 9 a.m. – 9 p.m. On the other hand, I'm not entirely sure that Scott Stratten's approach of blogging only when something is death-defyingly awesome will work either (unless you're Scott and have a book deal,
But, if the social networks are a major traffic driver, your traffic levels may drop. Wait But Why is probably the best example of this strategy. And I can tell you that I prefer longer, high quality posts than short posts delivered daily. I’m pressed for time.
Dries Cronje Mar 27, 2012 @ 17:39:42 Hi Connie. Damage to her home was estimated at $33,000.She offered me coffee and said, "I just want my house to be fixed, but I take it for granted that this is the way Thanks for sharing this great content. 🙂 Reply Neil Patel Terresa, glad to help. Is that growing despite traffic taking a bit of a dive?
But, you shouldn't blindly publish multiple substandard posts everyday or every week. My blogging niche is anime/manga reviews, with forays into commentaries on things going on in the industry (such as Japan considering changing their copyright laws in a way that would negatively