I just got a note that said this blog has reached 200 followers! I know that’s not huge, but it means a lot to me! Back when I moved this blog from my self-hosted to WordPress hosted, I lost all my followers. So I’ve had to build them back up again from scratch. While I don’t focus on my stats as much as I do just putting up posts, it’s still nice to be reminded of milestones. Thanks again! 🙂 Advertisements … [Read more...] about 200 Followers — Thank You!
It’s been a long time. A time lost journeying through that pocket in space. Lost adrift in far unknown space. So long-lost adrift he entered in Cryostasis. left journeying adrift among the great vast void of very deep outer space. To most…. seemingly lost forever among the stars. And so it was, untold time passed lost and seemingly dead. Transmission Log UEE Military Herald (..) Gamma Recon Long Range Relay Data Packet Transfer: Message UEE Super Encrypted … De-encrypted.. – Unknown cataloged ship of origin technology found adrift in uncharted gamma sector UEE deep space. – One lone survivor. – Crew member found in some form of Cryostasis. Cryo Suspension Technology unknown. – Ship exact location Data Secure Key-Encrypted (..) in data transfer packet. – UEE Military Special Ops Cryo Medical rescue requested. – End Herald (..) Data Transfer. – Data packet received UEE Sector (…) It’s obviously not New Eden … [Read more...] about Ardent Defender
Long form content has gradually taken over the blogosphere, thanks largely to Google’s emphasis on publishing high-quality content. This subtle endorsement by the almighty Google has brought a stampede of unserious publishers who are always determined to outsmart one another in the quest to occupy the top spot on search engine result pages (SERPs). This has resulted in most blog posts nowadays being between 2,000 and 5,000 words. However, when dealing with long form content, one thing is very, very important: It’s not about length, it’s about quality. So, when writing long form content, emphasis needs to be placed on producing evergreen posts. But why should we be concerned about evergreen content? According to Al Gomez, “on the subject of content marketing, for instance, I often find myself reading and enjoying the more comprehensive older posts more than I do the new, rehashed ones from syndicate sites. It’s not that I don’t find the new ideas … [Read more...] about Two Important Things (Other Than Length) To Make Your Long Form Content Rank
Can you relate to this scenario… You’re sitting in front of your computer, staring at an empty screen. The deadline given to you to submit the article is fast approaching, and you’re still fighting to start putting words down when you’re supposed to already be at the editing stage. As you sit there, struggling to get started, a strange feeling of inferiority creeps in – before your own eyes, you see yourself transforming from a confident expert into a self-conscious amateur. The good thing? You’re not alone. I used to dislike writing a lot. In fact, the thought of sitting down for hours and writing something that I didn’t even know if anyone would read was so demotivating. Whenever I needed to write anything, I would procrastinate, thinking that avoiding the task would make it go away. Finally, the procrastination eventually led to lots of rushed writing during the 11th hour to meet my deadlines. This usually resulted in substandard … [Read more...] about How To Create Informative Blog Posts Even If You’re Not Good At Writing
Every website owner probably wants more traffic coming into their site. I shouldn’t have to repeat the cliché that “traffic is the lifeblood of any blog”… I’m sure you already know that. This is because you won’t get more clients without more traffic. It’s only when you’re able to bring people to your website that you will have the chance to convert them into customers. In other words… More traffic = More customers = More money Does that make sense? That said, if more website traffic has been your problem all this time, I want you to bring your seat closer as I’m about to unveil to you some great ideas you can use to attract more traffic to your website. I want you to understand that there are many ways you can drive traffic to your site, but today, we’re going to talk about five ways you can hack content marketing to increase traffic. 1. Come Up With Viral Content Ideas First of all, you have to understand why … [Read more...] about 5 Content Marketing Hacks For Attracting More Website Visitors (Plus Clients)