You also need to consider where the majority of your traffic is coming from. If your traffic is coming from search engines then having frequent posts is necessary. However if you have a loyal readership then it is best to leave some time in between posts so your readers are not struggling with information overload. Secondly, they are able to comment on your blog and you have the opportunity to interact with them before you have to post again.
The bright side is that all this can be turned around. Learning how to generate your own network marketing leads on a massive scale will cure this disease. I’m not talking about leads that you buy from someone. I’m speaking of leads that have sought you out and like, trust, and want to do business with you. That is only part of the solution however.
Ultimately there is no definitive on search engine optimisation apart from patience. That really is the name of the game. The key elements that should be adhered to with regards to on page factors are numerous. Firstly, all title tags of your site should show the main key terms that you are optimising under. Do not exhaust this and pay attention to the number of characters that you use. The meta keywords again should not be exhausted and in the meta description of your site do not overload the key terms. Search engines are wary of this and produce a description that contains your main terms and related terms to your site and business.
What they may do is make you number one for an obscure phrase like “20-something Internet marketing advisor Nottingham.” Phrases that will do nothing to help your business.
You need to write your copy so that it is persuasive to both humans AND search engines. This is an art form and a science that takes many years to master.
Article marketing. I would suggest that you start your content marketing campaign by writing and distributing articles to directories. This is one of the fastest ways to share information online. All you need to do is write your articles based on the requirements of directories and get them published. The goal here is not only to educate your readers but also to build links through your resource box. These links will help in improving your page ranking and will act as gateways to your website.
A blog with an Seo objective still needs to contain useful information. And as its page rank and ‘trust’ grow, so will the number of people who find it. The owner will then have to give more consideration to the interests of his/her followers, rather than content that merely convey ‘link juice’ to his/her main site.
Another way to check that your Seo is working is via your stats or analytics program. This will show you visitors to your website over time and the trend should be steadily upwards, taking into account any seasonality in your business.