How’s your bounce rate? Is it at a respectable rate of , say, 50%? Or is it sulking down to, maybe, 70%? The thing is, if you want to keep your readers engaged and wanting for more, you’ve got to get them to stay in your site longer. When you do that, your bounce rate automatically lowers and you’ll find that people generally get engaged with your blog.
How do you do this?
Use videos, of course!
In this video, I’ll show you why you need to use videos for your blog posts. Check it out:
There are many reasons why you need to have your target keywords stated clearly on your blog post’s titles. For one, there’s the SEO need and, another, you need to be very clear with your audience. By clear, I mean you ought to communicate what is it exactly that you’re going to talk about in that post – and it has to start from the title itself.
No use dilly dallying in a world that runs on time and energy.
In any case, I’ll explain why you need to use your target keywords in your blog posts in this video. Check it out:
One awesome advantage WordPress has over other content management systems is that it’s easy to get a theme up there. With others, you’ll need some coding skills and a little background on HTML and other coding languages. With WordPress all you’ll need is a good eye for design. In the video above, I’ll show you how you can install a WordPress theme in as easy as 1, 2 and 3.
I’ve been working on a video series since the past two weeks on how to set up WordPress and decided to put summarize in one single post the three basic steps that needs to be done before setting up a your WordPress blog.
WordPress literally does wonders for the average, reasonable Internet marketer. It’s versatile, and pretty easy to use.
By versatile, I mean its community is able to create plugins that suit any marketing need – from custom squeeze page HTML templates to social networking plugins. By easy to use, I mean it’s just a few clicks away especially if your hosting provider is HostGator. It’s also SEO-friendly, a plus if you’re looking to get traction from Mother G (Google).
In any case, in this video, I’ll show you how easy it is to WordPress your site up. Read More
Nameservers are literally the Internet’s direct equivalent of today’s yellow pages. They’re literally what tells the World Wide Web where your website’s at and where its hosted. In this video, I’ll show you how to update your Name Servers on GoDaddy so you can start putting up your website on your new Domain Name.
Let me know what you think in the comments section below.
So you finally decide to get a blog. The thing is, you don’t know what to blog about. One of the common mistakes small businesses make is to blog about things that their target audience don’t really find as engaging or as interesting as the former thought it to be.
In this video, I’ll show you exactly what to blog about and some concrete examples. Check it out.
Most marketers make that mistake of not taking the time to do their research and get to know their customers. Imagine that? You take the time to know what affects Google rankings, what drives in clicks and conversions, but you never have enough time to sit down, and get to know who pays your bills. In any case, you have to know what makes your audience tick. Here’s a really cool video about finding your target audience.
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