The best way to start getting traffic online is to start writing original content. Search engines love that. HoweverÂ you have to balance writing pieces that are informative and good for search engines and writing for the sake of entertaining your readers.
I have searched sites that are very good in terms of exposure but the content is boring.Â Â Your readers are more important than search engine spiders.Â That is why I try to mix it up. Some times I write post for keywords but I am always thinking up things I think you will be interested in reading about.
Keep track of what is going on in your niche market you can often times find good stuff to right about just by subscribing to different people’s newsletters and see what they have to say.
Keep Your readers happy and the money will come. No readers = No Money
This is a good article on finding content to write about. One mistake new bloggers make is they automatically start trying to figure out how to make money with their blog. Don’t worry about that part of it until after you start getting regular readers. Focus instead on giving your readers good information and give them a reason to visit you again.
Finding Content For Your Blog. Maintaining a blog is not easy. Growing â€œhitsâ€ and readership is doubly so. In order to get repeat visits, it’s important to have fresh content everyday. …
You may be thinking geeze blogging seems like a lot of work and really it is.Â But if you are serious about making money on the internet , blogging is the thing you want to be doing right now.
Don’t worry about if you are a good writer or not, just start writing and see where it takes you.Â A good schedule to keep is writing in your blogÂ 3 to 5 times a week.Â At minimum make sure every posts word count is about 350 words.
While writing for search engines is important never forget that at the end of the day what the people think matters more than what seo spiders think.
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