Once upon a time, On-Page SEO was blogger's bread and butter.
The idea was simple, use as many as targeted keywords as possible within the content, meta tags etc. and with few backlinks, your content will rank number one on Google search rankings, and you will get tons of traffic.
And It was true.... for a while.
Now here is an interesting question....
If you publish a post stuffed with keywords now in 2018. Will it rank number one on Google?
The answer is no. Absolutely NOT!
In the middle of the night, someone emailing or tweeting inquiring about your product or service.
But the sad news....
You are asleep dreaming about your business exceeding your expectations. But in reality, on the verge of missing on a potential client.
But the good news....
Digital Marketing is surely a growing industry and I am sure you would agree with me when I say:
Digital Marketing is the present and the future of Marketing.
I am glad you want to be part of the ever-growing digital marketing industry.
But wait. Do you know...
We all want the best for our blog.
We want it to have 50,000 or more traffic every month. We want it to rank on the first page. We want it to be the talk of every popular social media sites. And we want to generate extra income in a consistent manner.
That is why we do our best when it comes to writing posts and all the efforts that need to be done in order for our blog to reach the highest status in giant search engines like Google and Yahoo, but most especially, Google. That is why we do guest posting so we can take advantage and borrow traffic from those popular sites.
Guest blogging is a marketing strategy that can:
Yes, we are willing to do everything, but what are the things that we should NOT do when guest posting?
If you want to know, please read on and learn a thing or two:Continue Reading
I’m sure you’ll agree with me when I say:
Choosing reliable and cheap WordPress hosting for a blog is a daunting task.
and like most people:
You probably have no experience with the hosting companies either.
The situation gets even worse when:
You pay the hefty price only to later realize that it was a complete waste.
What if I told you that reliable hosting doesn’t need to be expensive?
It sounds crazy, right?
But that is the truth.
When I first thought of starting a self-hosted WordPress blog, the first thing I need was a cheap and reliable hosting. I thought that it would be the easiest thing that I would do.
But actually, it was the complete opposite of what I thought.
I am sure you will agree with me when I say:
Finding high-quality free stock photos can be a very difficult and time-consuming task.
No matter if you are looking for free stock images for commercial use or your next blog post, you will find most of the images have copyright issues.
Some of the free stock images might have a watermark over them.
“Will you use these free stock images having a watermark over them in your article?”
The situation gets even worse because:
High-quality images cost money. But not everyone can afford to spend money on these quality images.
Now if you are like:
“It is not a big issue if we will not include any images in our article”.
Then believe me this can be one the worst thing you can ever think of.
Today, I gonna review a tool named Grammarly. But before moving to the review part, let me ask you a simple question i.e,
Is your English holding you back?
Have you ever written an article without committing any grammatical errors?
If yes, do you manually proofread your article or using any online proofreading tool?
Today you are going to see my favorite proofreading tool named Grammarly which I use to proofread my article within seconds.
Let’s dive right in:
Most of us do make grammatical mistakes while writing. And the situation gets even worse when English is not our first language.
It gets, even more, worse:
When a user leaves your site because of small grammatical mistakes, no matter how good is your article.
Whenever he finds any grammatical error or spelling errors in your blog post, the probability of a user leaving your site drastically increases.