You have a blog that filled with useful contents and it’s been updated regularly. But you are wondering why it’s not attracting more visitors. This is a common problem with most new bloggers and website owners. The solution is simple – you need to spend at least 30% of the time on promoting your blog. One of many ways to do this is search engine optimization. I will cover some of the essential elements in optimizing your blog for the search engines in this article.
If I were a sport s writer, I could talk about how Tampa Bay has owned Philly in the playoffs in every sport over the last few years, beating the city’s representatives in football and hockey before winning the only two championships in the area’s history. I could also write about the losingest team in baseball taking on last season’s worst team in baseball.
The internet is one of the fastest growing markets for different kinds of businesses. Imagine you can target customers from almost anywhere in the world. There are also a lot of payment options online. No matter what country you are from there is always an opportunity for you.
According to Pet Society Anonymous people that play the game like the organized chests and improved camera but not the changes in the actual game play. Some are concerned about a sudden dramatic loss in paw prints. It all seems quite confusing.
If you are using WordPress you can use a SEO plugin called “All in SEO” to make the page title same as the post title automatically. This will greatly improve the ranking of the sub pages(football posts). If you want to squeeze even more juice out of the page you can change the post title to use the H1 tag instead of H2 by default. To do this, you will need to some knowledge of HTML or you could hire a web developer to do this for you.
What better way to clean up your image than to clean up the Gulf coast? Imagine if Tiger spent the next few months picking up tar balls in Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, and Louisiana. I mean what better way to lose the title of most hated person by helping pick up the mess created by the most hated company.
I am now writing my own articles and even doing guest posts on several high-ranking blogs. Even though that writer is now working for another industry, I still consider him as the biggest thing that happened to my career. I learned so much from him. I owe my business’ longevity to his generosity and open-mindedness in sharing everything he knows.