Blogging for small business is not dead however your blog can be, in case your post fails to attract readers and cater to their interest. What type of blog post would you prefer – a long and hard to read one or a short blog written in simple language? Certainly you would prefer a blog of the second type. A blog that is too long, don’t have a proper concept, difficult to understand and confusing will certainly fail to attract readers.
If you do not want to miss a single opportunity to increase the visitors of your blog, you should make an attempt to write a killer blog. A killer blog!!! What is it? By killer blog what is meant is a blog that will lead to quality discussion, can be shared over the social networking sites and, as a result, generate business for you.
What does a killer blog consist of?
Killer idea – this is the first thing that your blog should have. Your blog should encompass an interesting concept that can effectively capture the imagination of the readers and engage more and more readers. The blogging world is not that easy; it is the biggest challenge to do so. Next is the content which is the life of your blog and which can hold the attention of your readers.
When you are writing a blog, you can use some other media to enhance its concept. Any blogger would expect that a reader will not only visit his blog but will stay to it until its ends. Now, the question is how you can create such a blog that can engage readers to your post.
Here are 12 simple steps for you in this regard. Go through them right now!
Tablets and smartphones are the optimum ways for consuming web content, there’s no way around it. More and more people turn to mobile devices to get what they need on the web as smartphones and tablets become increasingly cheap and accessible. These devices are changing the very ways that we interact with the web—we’re no longer sitting at huge desktops browsing the web at our leisure; entrepreneurs now focus on offering online services that work for the web browser on the go.
A recent article in Forbes magazine explains how mobile devices have changed the way we browse and engage services on the web. According to the data in the article, the percentage of people using mobile devices for surfing the web increased from 4% to 26%. And those numbers are only getting bigger. For anyone in the web business, it seems like a smart move to start thinking mobile.
Nowadays bloggers and major social media players conduct much of their business from the comfort of their smartphones. Blogging platforms like Blogger, WordPress, and Tumblr have smartphone apps that are designed to accommodate the needs of the blogger on the go. Social media tools like Twitter are practically built for mobile devices.
By James Agate at SEOMoz
You’ve probably seen the extremely comprehensive noob guide to online marketing by Oli Gardner, or the companion noob guide to link building from Mike King, you’ve also likely seen one of the many posts or presentations on SEO for startups (here, here and here) – suffice to say there is plenty of reading material for building new web properties but what about link building for an established website?
There are an abundance of link opportunities (and challenges) that are pretty unique to an established website.
I decided to compile a public Trello board which is based on some of our internal boards for clients to help you to visualise the process I am about to run through.