Archive for July, 2012

5 Ways to Keep ‘Em Coming

Tuesday, July 31st, 2012

People Waiting to Get on the EscalatorsWhat is the most important question any blogger should ask? Is it, “What design template should I use for my page?” How about, “How many times per week should I post?”

Don’t get me wrong, any question about blogging is a good question, but there is one in particular that should take top priority.

That is, “How can I keep the readers coming?”

Some would argue that it is page design or social media marketing that drives more readers to blogs. Truth is, these things do attract people to sites, but the question at hand is not about finding readers, it is about keeping them.

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4 Ways How To Make Your Blog Sticky and Keep Your Readers

Wednesday, July 25th, 2012

Blog readers are very important for a blog, you are still not done yet even though you drive massive traffic to your blog. Yes, you may getting massive traffic in short period, but there is little or no interaction at all at your blog, or most of the traffic are one time visit and do not come back anymore.

Therefore, you should know how to make your blog sticky and get your readers to return for second time, third time and more. There are many factors that make readers not come back, you have to find out the reason and try to improve it.

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Ramit Sethi: I Will Teach You To Write Better (In 4 Steps)

Friday, July 20th, 2012

Over time I’ve been able to build a system that helps me create a higher quality and quantity of material, with the same amount of time on any given day.
— Ramit Sethi, iwillteachyoutoberich.com

Ramit Sethi: I Will Teach You To Be Rich

Ramit Sethi: I Will Teach You To Be Rich

Ramit Sethi is obsessed with systems and processes. In college he used them to win over $100,000 in scholarships, and he still uses them when writing for his personal finance blog, I Will Teach You To Be Rich (IWTYTBR). I interviewed Ramit to find out how he continuously optimizes his writing process to create better content. This post is derived from that interview, and contains the specific techniques and tools Ramit uses.

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