Knowing how to blog well in conjunction with online advertisements means income.
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Important blog posting tips.
- Beat em to the blog - Write about important events and topics before other bloggers do. This will insure your blog posts catch the Google PR wave. by doing this you can have blog post that ranks #1 on Google no matter how competitive the keywords become.
- Be realistic - If you're not the first one to write about a popular topic, use Google's Adword keyword tool to find popular, low competition keyword phrases. For example, if you want to write a blog post about 'sex' you will have a hard time getting noticed. The internet is already saturated with high ranking blog posts on this topic. You can use the keyword tool to find the least competitive yet popular versions of the topic to write about. Keep in mind that it's not always possible to generate a high traffic blog post on certain topics that already thoroughly saturate the web. If you are unfamiliar with SEO I would recommend using my blog keyword topic service. If you don't want to pay the $19 for the 'blog keyword topic service' I offer, you can find blog keywords yourself, here's how. It's a good way to make certain you write blog articles that will generate the most traffic.
If you've purchased blog topics from 2slick.com, keep in mind that the blog topics are research high traffic low competition keyword phrases. Mention the 'blog topic' or keyword phrase 5-6 times through out your blog post. Make sure they are also the titles of your blog posts.
- Have content - Your posts should have a lot of content. Preferably 400+ words and at least 1 image. Make sure your image file names and alt tags include relevant keywords.
- Divide you posts - (Very important) An important factor in blog traffic is 'search engine ranking' and an important factor of 'search engine ranking' is 'page rank'. The biggest problem with blogs, affecting their page rank negatively, is that they have a very high 'bounce rate'. A 'bounce' is when a viewer comes to your website and immediately leaves. The way Google checks for bounces is by detecting whether the viewer clicks on a website link or not. If a viewer doesn't click on a link on your website Google considers it a bounce. A viewer may spend an hour reading your blog post, but if no links are clicked, Google considers it a bounce. Lame I know..
An easy way to prevent this is by dividing your blog post up into more then one page. This will cause the reader to click on the 'next page' link to continue reading your post and thereby satisfying Google's 'bounce check'.
Insert this line of WordPress code where you want the next page to begin in your blog post: