When launching a network marketing business,internet marketing business,or any business for that matter, gettting started on the right foot is half the battle. And blogging is no different,in this post I want to give you a few blogging tips that will help you out if you happen to be new to blogging,SEO, and generating traffic.
Focus on slow linkbuilding – A big mistake I see a lot of beginning bloggers do is backlink the crap out of their sites. Back in the day this was possible and you could fly under google’s radar. This isn’t possible anymore so you want to do something that’s more natural. Jonathan Leger (the creator of the The Best Spinner) sells a package inside his Rank Crew service just for newbie bloggers. Check out the image below:
For $45 you can get Jonathan’s team to manually build links to your new domain without raising a red flag with google. This is perfect for someone whose to new to linkbuilding. If you just bought a new domain, you don’t want to pull out the big guns (Magic Submitter,SenukeXR,etc) and start backlinking the crap out of your content. Play it safe, check out Jonathan Leger’s Rank Crew linkbuilding service now!
Now that we got linkbuilding out of the way,let’s get started with your on-page SEO.
Have solid on-page SEO – With the latest version of SEO Pressor,you no longer have to worry about over optimizing your content. This awesome SEO plugin gives you a score out of 100 based on certain on-page factors including:
-keyword in title tag
-keyword in H1-H3 tag
-Exact placements of keywords
-Keyword in image
And of course a whole lot more…
Join A Tribe – Social shares like Facebook Likes,Twitter Tweets,and Google +1’s are becoming more of a ranking factor when it comes to SEO and getting ranked on the SERPS. One of the best ways to get more shares is to get OTHER people to share your content to their social networks. Check out TribePro for more information on tribe marketing.
Comment On Blogs In Your Niche – If you’re a blogger you’re not on an island! Get out there and comment on other blogs in your niche. This is a great way to network with other movers and shakers in your niche. The other benefit is you get credited a backlink for every comment you leave. They’re not high quality backlinks but they do help drive traffic to your blog if you do enough of them.
Guest Post – If you feel like your writing skills are up to snuff,why not guest post on other blogs? This is a great way to leverage another bloggers traffic. It’s also a great way to ethically steal another bloggers subscribers!
Well there you go, have any blogging tips to add to this post? Let me know in the comments section below!