Part of optimizing for search engines and readers is adding internal links to other areas of your website. This helps spread what’s called, “link juice.” The more juice an article has, the more effective it becomes in search engines. Of course external links are important as well, but you should still be mindful about the content on your site.
Wouldn’t it be nice to get paid to write your own content? To wake up in the morning, crack out a post and then relax is a goal for many. Unfortunately, it doesn’t always work like that. In reality, blogging is often just as grueling as any other job. So, how do you build a blog that will pay the bills?
A lot of people have dreams of grandeur. Wouldn’t it be nice to be a YouTube celebrity? What would it be like if you published a novel and see your name on the spine of a book cover? These are not grandiose dreams. In reality, these and many others are achievable…as long as you can avoid the hurdles in the way.
Change is a way of life. Without it, many of us would be content with sitting comfortably in a rut…even if that rut is negative. Part of why many of us feel at home in these ruts is because we don’t want to get outside of our comfort zone. It can be scary, but sometimes it’s best to go beyond the limitations you set for yourself to secure success.
In an ocean of websites, it’s quite difficult to be an individual drop. At some point, you will come across a topic that has already been covered by someone else. What can you do to build a unique site without it seeming like you’re copying the success of others? It’s not impossible. It just takes a bit of effort.