How Can you Improve Your Website Blog? #FridayFinds

by Sherryl Perry on July 28, 2014

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As a blogger, what would you prefer, lots of comments on your blog posts or lots of shares on social networking sites? Are you making one of the ten most common mistakes in blogging? Do you know what your EMV score is or use any of the 35 content marketing tools that I found on Clickz.com? Read this week’s #FridayFinds to hear about some blogging ideas that can help you increase engagement on your blog and drive more traffic to your site.

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Want To Improve Your Social Media Game? #FridayFinds

July 12, 2014
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In this week’s Friday Finds, we’re going to take a look at some of the ways that you can beef up your social media strategy. With so many social media tools and tips available online, it can be overwhelming to find the best solutions for you. This week, I’m sharing resources where you can find: […]

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Ready To Take Your Blog to the Next Level? #FridayFinds

June 28, 2014
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Are you using the new “fetch and render” tool in Google Webmaster Tools? Do you have an XML sitemap? Are you wasting money on SEO services? In this week’s Friday Finds series, find a tutorial on how to create and upload an XML sitemap for your website (along with an explanation of what xml sitemaps […]

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Time To Tweak Your Strategy for Commenting on Blogs?

June 16, 2014
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Do you have a strategy for commenting on blogs? If you’re new to blogging, you may not have one yet. You may simply want comments (any comments). We’ve all been there. If you’ve been blogging for a while, you undoubtedly have a plan. You’ve developed relationships with other bloggers and frequent their blogs. You’ve identified […]

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What Blogging Tips Are You Missing?

May 27, 2014
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As a blogger, do you sometimes feel that the “rules” that you followed last week have changed? For example, are you still writing blog post titles that are close to 70 characters long? What if I told you that it’s now best to limit them to 55? Did you know that research shows that longer […]

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How Can You Get Started With SEO? #FridayFinds

May 16, 2014
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Love it or hate it, organic search traffic is a very effective method of driving free traffic to your website. People search the Internet when they’re researching and buying. It’s a fact. So, what can you do to optimize your website to be search engine friendly while still writing quality content that your visitors will […]

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Google Website Signals SERPs and Title Tags #FridayFinds

May 3, 2014
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With all the Google manual web spam actions and algorithmic penalties that have been going on in the past year, some bloggers are starting to shy away from SEO. After all, it’s very difficult for the layman to know what they should and should not be doing. Bloggers who seemed to be playing by the […]

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How Safe Are Your Backlinks? #FridayFinds

April 26, 2014
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For years, link building has been a cornerstone of SEO. Webmasters have used links in blogrolls, anchor text, forum signatures, user profiles and comments (just to name a few). Linking strategies have ranged from building links naturally to buying links. While links to readers’ websites are tagged no-follow by default in WordPress, bloggers who use […]

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The Heartbleed Bug and More #FridayFinds

April 11, 2014
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By now, I’m sure you’ve heard of the Heartbleed Bug and are in the process of taking steps to protect yourself. This is not a virus or malware but actually a security vulnerability that could potentially affect the majority of Internet users. Running around changing all of your passwords is actually not the recommended solution. […]

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Google Manual Web Spam Action or Algorithm Change?

April 4, 2014
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Last week, in light of the massive amount of manual web spam actions that Google enacted, I wrote an article that took a closer look at what was behind some of the actions. This week, let’s hear what Matt Cutts has to say about the differences between a Google algorithmic penalty and a Google manual […]

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