This is Sunday the day when most bloggers stay away from the internet this week we have two great post from Zarko over at practical Seo i do hope you enjoy these post and feel free to visit these blogs for further readings.The buzz is still in the air about Google + as it is said to reach over 20,000,000 users in about 24 days while face book and twitter both took more than 1000 days. Read the full article here at famousbloggers.net for more details by the way you can grab your badge to showcase your Google + followers here at Social statistics
Every now and then, we bloggers face dry spells in our writing. We get writer’s block. We get stuck in the doldrums. We stall out. We lose inspiration. Whatever you want to call it, it’s the same for everyone: a period of inactivity, despite our desires to stay up on our work! So, how can we deal with these doldrums? I’ve tried to put together a short list of 5 methods that I’ve used to get myself out of the blogging doldrums. Hopefully these can be just as useful for you as well!
Every blogger lives in dread of a high bounce rate. We all want to keep those readers on our site, perusing content throughout the pages, for as long as possible. After all, we know that the more they read from us the more they like us, and the more they like us the more they send their friends to like us.Here are 12 blogging strategies that will keep your readers longer on your site and lower your bounce rate so the better the chance of making a sale and achieving your goals. Here are twelve strategies that will keep your readers longer on your website or blog.
Returning visitors are very important for the survival of any website or blog if you check your website statistics this is one area you should pay attention to getting new visitors is important don’t under estimate that however it is good to see that your blog has lots of repeated visits. Repeated visits proves that your blog has value and quality. Writing good content is one of the contributing factor to having repeated visits A lot of successful websites depend on returning visitors to account for a major part of their traffic.Visitors that keeps coming back to your website are considered more loyal and is much easier to convert to paying customers because the more often they return to a site, the more trust they have in that site.How do you get repeated visits? :
Have you been writing guest post lately ? well if you did that’s a good idea , now lets explore the idea of networking against writing guest posts which i believe is better and gives a better result.This is just my honest opinion here i strongly believe Networking with other bloggers is far much better than writing guest posts.I must remind you that this is just my opinion and i am not an expert here. I am just simply a blogger with a big ambition of trying to change the web one blog at a time sounds crazy but is it really possible? well that is a discussion for another forum.