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Content on your blog can make all the difference being visitors or just sitting.
From what I study – the more we write the better we become at writing,
just like practicing a language or a musical instrument.
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- Keep your Blog simple to read, clean with no confusing ads. When I see a blog with tons of Google Ads it is a total turn off. Blogs with immediate videos with loud music are also a turn off. Make sure your contact information is on your blog. Keep sidebar uncluttered. Have simple navigation and menu items. Have one main call to action on you page.
- Update your blog content – go through and re-evaulate your posts possibly monthly.
- Talk like you are explaining something to a friend – with an easy way of talk and not full of technical jargon that most won't understand.
- Have a file and ad to you Media file – photos that are relevant, clean, with clear graphics. Have a photo that is beautiful and pinnable for Pinterest so you will have more exposure with re-pins.
- Send your articles, blog posts to social media p Post Planner, or Triberr.com to your social media accounts.
- Tell your people who read your blog what steps to take next = Call to actions…What other ideas do you have for a Great Post? What are some of your Best Posts? Where did you research to get your Blog Posts Titles? What Content Formula do you use?
- Say something Controversial. When was the last time you did something for the first time? What have you done that you have never done before and it worked?!
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