Not every piece of content you create is going to be golden. There are going to be times when you write something that you’re not convinced is a quality piece. Should you trash poor content rather than publish it, even if you’re on a schedule?
For a blog to really take off, you’re going to need lots and lots of content. You can either write these posts yourself or hire someone to help you out. In some instances, outsourcing posts may be a more viable option. So, when should you start paying for assistance?
Internal linking is an important aspect of creating any piece of blog content. Unfortunately, it’s not always done with the best of practices…or intentions. Today, I’ll go over why internal links are important and how you can improve your strategies.
One of the best ways to engage an audience and demonstrate authority is by citing sources when you make a claim. Not only does it make you look better in the eyes of readers, but Google loves authoritative linking. Today, I’ll go into citing sources and how it helps your website.
AdSense is perhaps one of the most common ways people monetize their blogs. But, what does it take to join AdSense? How much content do you need? Today, I hope to answer some of those questions for you.