Which of these two options sound better to you? One, you could have a blog post go viral, bringing thousands of visitors to your website in one day. Or two, you could have one well optimized post that brings you a small amount of organic traffic (that is, traffic from search engines) each day. A lot of people would choose option one – how cool would it be to see hundreds of shares on one of your post, hundreds of visitors browsing your website at one time, right? Well guess what – a lot of people are wrong. The steady organic traffic would by far be the best option, and here’s why. [Read more…]
Back in the early days of the internet, we as readers were forced to deal with whatever we can get. There weren’t near as many websites out for us to read – we couldn’t pick and choose what websites we wanted to visit. If we wanted something, sometimes we only had one option.
Those times are gone.
By making one of these five mistakes, you can pretty much ensure your readers will bounce off your website, before reading a single word. This results in a loss in potential revenue. You wouldn’t want that, would you? No, you wouldn’t, so let’s get started with number one. [Read more…]
These days, we have a ton of different comment systems to choose from for our WordPress powered blogs. We have Livefyre. We have Disqus. We have social media commenting systems such as Facebook and Google+ comments. And of course, we have WordPress’ native, default comment system. The two most popular of these being Disqus, and WordPress comments. But which is the best one for your blog? You may be surprised! [Read more…]