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How to Get Blog Traffic and Links on a Limited Budget

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Do you want to promote your blog but have a limited budget? Search engine optimization doesn’t have to be expensive. With a little planning and careful research, you can get laser targeted traffic and quality links. From content creation to on-page SEO and guest posting, there are many inexpensive ways to optimize your blog. You don’t even need to hire a professional SEO firm or spend your hard-earned money on copywriting services. Create a Blog Schedule That Works Consistency is the key…

5 Tips to Optimize Your WordPress Blog

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Looking to get more traffic and links to your WordPress blog? Then it’s time to optimize your content for the search engines! Once your blog is up and running, you can add certain plugins and make a few changes to attract search engine love. Simple tricks, such as increasing the page load speed, creating a XML sitemap, and adding shortcodes, can boost your rankings and bring you more pageviews. Apply these five tips to optimize your WordPress blog: Monitor Your Plugins As soon as you install…
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How to Build Your Online Presence and Promote Your Brand

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Having a blog without a web presence is useless. If you want loyal readership and traffic, it’s essential to build your online presence. This involves sharing content on social networks, commenting on other blogs, answering readers’ questions, and connecting with your fans. The more active you are, the more people will visit your blog and buy your products. Building a solid online presence takes time and commitment. It’s not something that can be done overnight. It all starts with…
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Should You Write Your Own Content or Outsource It?

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Do you have a website or a blog, but lack the time needed to write fresh content? Millions of new blogs are launched every day. Only a few stand the test of time. Most bloggers get excited at first, post 10 or 20 articles, and give up a few weeks later. Some are too busy to publish content regularly, while others get bored and move on to a new project. To prevent this from happening, you can hire someone else to write content for your blog. When Should You Consider Outsourcing? Outsourcing content…