I’ve created a lot of posts about the ins and outs of creating good blog content. And these practices are elements I use every day for myself and my clients. Today, though, I’d like to reiterate some of the more important aspects that you need to keep in mind when writing your masterpiece.
According to many experts, writing more than 2000 words is an ideal length for any blog post. On average, an article between 2100 and 2400 is often seen at the top positions of Google. But how long does it take to write this “long-form” content?
Content makes the Internet work. If you want to attract a large audience, you’ll need a lot of high-quality content. Not to mention that Google prioritizes websites that are active. So, what can you do to be more productive in order to deliver that content?
The Internet is full of ways to make money writing, and one of the more common centers around blogging. However, there is a bit of a difference between using blogging sites and owning your own blog. So, which is better if you’re looking to make some cash?
What types of blog posts get the most attention on the Internet? Is there a style you should prioritize over others to draw the most visitor traffic? Today, let’s take a look at the top-performing posts of all of the blogs I manage. This includes data from client sites.