Your bounce rate is pretty high. This is a sign that people landing on your site aren’t finding what they’re expecting so they don’t stay and this can hurt your rankings as well as leave you frustrated.
Blogs are brilliant – but don’t be tempted to host your blog on a site such as WordPress or Blogger. If you are going to go to the trouble of hosting a blog, do it on your own site (and not just publish to your site).
Your blog should focus on content marketing. In my quest for building my traffic generating skills, I found out that content marketing was quite effective. I stopped blogging about what I was interested in and started to write and produce more relevant content that my audience wanted to read. If you offer quality content, they will keep coming back for more juicy tidbits.
Value: You can promote your article all you want, but unless it has some solid information, no one is going to want to read it. Make sure you are providing value.
Search engines provide info to the countless users they receive each day. Run relevant links many sites that an user can be hunting for. If your site’s link pops up as 1 of the top ranked websites on the look results page, you stand a great chance the user will click your link and visit your website. While search engine optimisation is really a cheaper and low price way to get your site a high rank, invite advertisements can always will be with the top ranks.
Don’t worry as this is one thing that you can learn and even master in no time as the process is pretty straightforward. Know your target audience. Having a clear idea of the people that you’re writing for will surely make a lot of difference. Knowing what they want and what they do not want will help you easily figure out what to use/include and what not to use/include on your content. Research these people and build relationship with them as soon as possible. My advice is to make time to join them on forums and related blogs. Read their posts and you’ll surely get an idea about their specific needs, demands, and preferences.
All these directories are free directories and you are required to do a simple registration to start posting your content. As you go along, you could include other directories to your submission list. The submission could be done manually which is utterly time consuming or through a tool which is not onlymore quicker but it also gives to hundreds, if not thousands of sites. I personally use Article marketing Robot and Magic Article Submitter.
That said, it has also severely divided our world, in fact we ALL now live in two co- existing worlds. One is Real and the other is Virtual. And the problem is we are drawn a little deeper in to the virtual world a little more everyday. And where the two worlds collide is not clear at all. Sony says “Live in your world. Play in ours.” But how much fun is it really and what do we give up to have it?