The problem with me is that I have a big heart. I *love* to help others even if they don’t want to hear my advice. I’m currently helping out a handful of women (mostly mothers) that are interested in taking their idea of entrepreneurship to a business reality by providing resources like this post.
One of the biggest issues with maintaining a website is blogging. I hate blogging but I know blogging helps adds reputability to my work for others to read. I recently heard (twice!) a webinar about “How to Optimize Your Blog Posts for Maximum Exposure: Proven Tips and Tricks” by Mana Ionescu , below are her tips:
Have a person in mind when you’re writing (I’m thinking about my local friends that I mentioned above as I write this)
Share your expertise (daily moments when you’re teaching other people what you do)
Reward yourself every time you blog (my pumpkin chai tea latte is next to my laptop right now)
Try to keep it at 600 words
“Out teach your competition” (enough said!)
60% of people only read Headlines so spend 60% of your time trying to get a better headline!
Higher readership using these words “Kill Fear Dark Bleeding War No Don’t Without Stop” (negative expression to increase emotion)
Frame as a resource, higher chance of reading your blog entry if it starts with the words “List, Titles with Numbers, How to…)
Use Ubersuggest.org to find keywords
Check Analytics on blog what you see is trending for content for other posts that you didn’t think might be trending
Put CONTACT US button clear and visible!
Write a multi-part series
A picture is worth ….60% higher odds of getting a retweet!
I grabbed the info from Mana Ionescu‘s presentation and slides. I shared what I seen is best practices that I’ve seen work for my clients and others! Hope this inspires and teaches you to be a better blogger! 🙂
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