Let’s look at whether pages or infinite scrolling are good for your blog. Continue reading Why Pages Are Better than Infinite Scrolling for Your Blog
Use stats to find out about your blogs’ visitors and then tailor hyperlinks to share the gospel with them. Continue reading Creative Ideas on How to Get People to Read Your Blog
December is a great time for sharing Christ online, taking advantage of many Internet searches and conversations about Christmas. I put some ideas together for you today to spark some ways to share your faith this month. Continue reading Sharing Christ Online at Christmas
Are You Planning on Guest-posting?
According to Jeff Goins, “… guest-posting is the single most important strategy for growing your blog readership and platform.” (I recommend you read the entire post on his blog.) Jeff explains it best; I’ll give you some practical application. Continue reading “Guest Posts, Licensing, and SEO”
For several years I’ve heard bloggers express concern about duplicate content. I finally found two articles that explain it very well. If you are a blogger and want to guest-post on other blogs or want to use content from other sites, you really should familiarize yourself with the effects of duplicate content for Google searches Continue reading “What to Do about Duplicate Content”
Spammers will put a lot of tags into their sites (even duplicate tags), hoping to rank high in internet searches. They will also put in tags that aren’t related to the content of their website or post. You may have noticed this in spam comments (the commenter says one thing, but has unrelated links included in his comment that promote his site or product).
I’ve put in lots of tags because I think a variety of different readers would like a particular post. That may be true, but search engines find all those links and also the links in my tag cloud (see related post) and may conclude that I’m tag stuffing. This may be hurting my page ranking on some search engines. Continue reading “Tag Stuffing… Who, Me?”