Have you thought about offline blog promotions lately?
When you concentrate on your prospects online, you’ll miss out big time on the potential customers’ offline.
Even though the internet is becoming popular and a part of our daily lives, there are still great goldmines offline. Come to a resolution that business dealings first started outside the internet.
How do you feel when you get a mail at home?
You’re anxious to open it right? That tells you how powerful marketing offline can be if done correctly. There are steps you need to take if success must be attained.
Question: What is bounce rate?
Answer: Bounce rate is the amount of visitors who leave your website or blog, without viewing any other page.
That is, they stumbled on your homepage and then clicked away.
As a blogger, one of the things you must do daily is monitor and track your stats. By so doing, you would discover amazing insights into this issue.
In a nut shell, it’s better to have a bounce rate of 22% than 85%. I have been battling this issue since I started my blog few months ago. A decrease in bounce rate shows that you’re on the right track. Your content is amazing, engaging and your reader are eager to read more.
The long awaited Google panda updates is live.
Latest Update: Actually, Google did not remove or destroy your PageRank, they simply updated the URL used to query it. Toolbars like SEOBook and SEOQuake can no longer display your PageRank. It’s going to show N/A.
Sources from webpronews and searchengineland reveals that the actual updates was rolled out on the 28 of September, 2011. What has this got to do with you? Have you checked your pagerank recently?
What’s your own benefit of using twitter?
Well, I’ve my 50 reasons and the benefits of using twitter to promote my business. Enjoy
1. I get free traffic daily
2. It helps me build brand
3. It enhances my blog goodwill
4. It creates a hoard of web presence
5. It improves my credibility when done well
6. Short tweets help me to improve my copywriting skill
7. It’s fun being on twitter
8. Twitter helps me network with other marketers
9. You could strike a business deal on twitter
Google is like a child that needs to be pampered.
It takes Google to understand your web pages in order to send you free traffic. I’ve discovered few things you need to do, to become a search engine magnet.
But bear in mind, they’re always changing their algorithm rules and if you get slapped every now and then, don’t be perturbed, you can bounce back to life.
Why I’m I saying all these?
It’s because I’ve seen blogs with quality contents, great off page linking and good pagerank suddenly lost their ranking. It goes to say that every blog and site out there is a prey to the almighty ‘G’