Get Your Content Read
You work hard to create a site full of great content and to draw traffic to your site to see it. But, if you can’t hold your reader’s attention, they leave your site before getting to your action item.
Pamela Wilson has a nice post on CopyBlogger for 8 Simple Ways to Get People to Read Your Content. You’re high school English teacher may not be happy with this advice, but your site visitors will be delighted!
Tools to Make Blogging Easier and More Effective
I LOVE good tools, especially ones that make the time I spend creating my blog content easier and helps get it noticed.
The nice folks over at TheLinkMedic have created a deep list of Free Blog and SEO Tools that you will find helpful with your online promotion efforts.
Be sure to start with the Keyword Tools. You’ll also like the list of Stock Images for your site.
What’s on Your About Page?
When folks come to your site and find the content helpful, they’ll probably want to know more about who wrote it. Seth Godin has a post on Five Rules for Your About Page that you’ll want to use as a checklist for the kind of content that’s on your page.
Be sure to head the advice in number three. You wouldn’t believe how many site owners miss this critical point.
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