21 Reasons -Why Do I Need a Website?

Steve Jobs also asked ‘why’. He challenged everimagesy single operation within his company.
Everyone, from the engineers to the accounting staff, did things differently, because Jobs would ask them why they did things in a certain way.
And answering, “Well, that’s what everybody else is going” simply wasn’t good enough.When I started my first business several years ago, the first thing I thought was “I need to get a website”. Why did I think that? Why do I need a website?I decided to get with the program and copy Steve Jobs to answer the fundamental questions about why I, a small business owner, actually need a website.

Why Do I Need a Website?

Reason #1 – Online brochure :-

Companies spend millions creating brochures and distributing them. By having a website you can skip that entirely. Your potential customers can find out about you and any of your products online. If you get most of your business through networking and personal connections, then they will want to check out your website.


Reason #2 – More customers :-

More than 2.4 billion people use the internet every day, and some 90% of those have purchased something, or contacted a company, online in the last 12 months. So by not having a website, you will be missing out on a big piece of the pie.


Reason #3 – Business value :-

Have you tried getting a business loan recently? It’s not easy, but if you try and the bank manager asks to see your website, you better have a pretty good one. It doesn’t just stop with the bank, the perceived value of your business will be lower in everyone’s eyes – especially your customers.


Reason #4 – Influence :-

By having a website potentially thousands of people are going to see it. You are able to influence people’s decisions and educate them.


Reason #5 – Time to show off :-

You know that great feeling you get when people recognize your work? Well, by having a websiteyou can show off what you do and take pride in your work.

Reason #6 – Helps with business goals :-

That’s right! When it comes to writing the content for your website you are going to revisit things about your business that you haven’t in years. You will most likely reassess your business goals.

Reason #7 – Low barriers of entry :-

Ever wanted to start a business? Well, now you can do it with virtual space. In fact, by using some free website providers you don’t have to pay a penny.

Reason #8 – 24 hours per day :-

Your website runs 24/7 without any supervision or need to lock it up. You can always be there for your customers.

Reason #9 – Communication with customers :-

By having a blog or even just a feed on your website, you can update customers on your newest offers, products, promotions, events, photos, or any other content.

Reason #10 – Marketing :-

The internet has opened up a whole new world of marketing that didn’t exist before. Your website can attract new business by using a whole host of low cost marketing techniques.

Reason #11 – Customer support :-

You can greatly reduce the cost of customer support by have a ticketing system, or even just an FAQ on your website. I can think of about 5 companies off the top of my head that streamline your customer service straight from your website.

Reason #12 – Email@mywebsite.com :-

I know there are other ways to do this, but by having a website you can have your own email address@whateveryouwant.com. It is more professional and easier to remember.

Reason #13 – Press releases :-

I know that sounds a bit far out, but it is true. You can run really cheap press releases online about your business, but to do it you will require a website. In fact, I have had clients who were absolute nobodies get one million views on YouTube because of online press releases.

Reason #14 – Stick it to the man :-

The best answer to “Why do I need a website?” would be that you can stick it to the man. It is the easiest way to quit your job and earn a living.

Reason #15 – Any topic or hobby will do :-

Do you love sports? How about ballet, alternative dance, photography, holidays, Kit-Kats, cars, skateboards, science or animals? Well, then you have a business idea just waiting to happen. The internet has room for an unlimited number of niche blogs that can attract traffic and revenue. Just pick something you love and start writing about it.

Reason# 16 – Connect with fellow web masters :-

On a little side note, if you own a website you get to call yourself a ‘web master’. Pretty cool! But reason #16 for ‘why I need a website’ is that you can easily make new business and personal connections with other website owners. This can lead to extra streams of income for you!

Reason #17 – Gives you a voice :-

Have you ever been in an argument with someone and said “Well, I have written an article about that on my website, and actually, that isn’t the case.” It feels great! For some reason people don’t want to argue with you if you’ve written about something on your website. It also gives you a place where you can voice your opinion without judgment. If someone leaves you a comment you don’t like you can just drag it over to the spam folder.

Reason #18 – Do business your own way :-

You don’t need permission from your boss or company lawyer. Ash Ambridge drops the ‘F-Bomb’ all the time because she can, and no else is asking her to stop. Now she has a world class business with thousands of customers.


Reason #19 – Beat the big guys :-

Have you ever wanted to get into business, but don’t know how to compete with all the big names out there? By creating an incredibly beautiful website with a solid strategy behind it you can smash the big guys to pieces. You have no chance of building bigger skyscrapers, but your website can break down the perceived wall between you and them.

Reason #20 – Instant credibility :-

Have you ever had difficulty making that sale? Or convincing someone  that  you  are   the  real  deal. By having a well structured website you can foster instant credibility with anyone. You can provide the ultimate proof that you are, in fact, the realest of all deals (couldn’t resist that phrase).

Reason #21 – Helps you to find a new job :-


I bet you didn’t see this one coming. I have been harping on about how a website can help your business, but it can help you personally too. Not only can a website host your resume or CV, but by owning and managing your website you have demonstrated tons of hard and soft skills. Having worked in HR once upon a time, I know it is valuable.

So… why do I need a website?

Can you think of a couple of reasons why you shouldn’t? It wouldn’t be a balanced argument if you don’t.

Reference :-

                              http://bigmouthmarketing.co/why-do-i-need-a-website/

WHAT IS MLM ? ITS ADVANTAGES AND DRAWBACKS.

Multi-level marketing (MLM) is a controversial marketing strategy in which the sales force is compensated not only for sales they generate34.jpg, but also for the sales of the other salespeople that they recruit. This recruited sales force is referred to as the participant’s “downline”, and can provide multiple levels of compensation. Other terms used for MLM include pyramid selling, network marketing, and referral marketing. Many pyramid schemes attempt to present themselves as legitimate MLM businesses. Some sources define all MLMs as pyramid schemes, even if they are legal. MLM is illegal in mainland China. According to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC), some  MLM SOFTWARE IN HARYANA  constitute illegal pyramid schemes which exploit members of the organization.

 

MLM is one type of direct selling. Most commonly, the salespeople are expected to sell products directly to consumers by means of relationship referrals and word of mouth marketing. MLM salespeople not only sell the company’s products but also encourage others to join the company as a distributor.

 

Companies that use MLM models for compensation have been a frequent subject of criticism and lawsuits. Criticism has focused on their similarity to illegal pyramid schemes, price fixing of products, high initial entry costs (for marketing kit and first products), emphasis on recruitment of others over actual sales, encouraging if not requiring members to purchase and use the company’s products, exploitation of personal relationships as both sales and recruiting targets, complex and exaggerated compensation schemes, the company and/or leading distributors making major money off training events and materials, and cult-like techniques which some groups use to enhance their members’ enthusiasm and devotion.

 

When compared with other MLM plans, binary plans have a lot of benefits, such as:

 

Fostering Teamwork. As both a member without recruits or a “child” and their recruiters both get the same benefits from successfully recruiting new members, the recruiters are more likely to help them to strengthen their sub-trees, allowing for the child to learn about sales and recruitment.Furthermor
e, due to flushing, a binary plan gives incentive to companies to try to keep all the legs of the operation at a high level, not allowing for certain sectors to lag behind.

Spillover. The profits of gaining a new member is shared between the entire high-line, which encourages everyone to attempt to recruit new members and make the binary plan larger.

Near-Infinite Depth. Due to the way that the Balanced Volume (BV) calculates payout, every member in the up-line is guaranteed to get some profit for a successful sale unless if the organization gets large enough that the net payout is negligible.

Rapid Expansion. As each new member only needs to recruit two other

Volume- based pay structure  In a binary plan, distributors who bring orders are guaranteed to be paid more for them which is not true for other major MLM compensation systems.

However, on the other hand, there are a lot of risks to using binary plan systems such as:

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Flushing. Due to Balanced Volume, if one leg is significantly stronger than the others it is very likely that a significant amount time, money and work can be wasted.

Short Term. The majority of binary plans fail within the first five years due to either expanding too rapidly and not being able to sustain it or not being able to get an initial base.

Pooling. Each person based upon their level takes a certain percentage of a “pool” of money that is gained from sales. However, as more people enter the binary, each person gets less of a percentage, meaning that as the binary plan expands, if sales do not increase at the same rate as the plan, profits could potentially decrease.

Reference:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Binary_plan#Benefits_and_Risks

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multi-level_marketing

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A lot has changed in the SEO world.


However, certain fundamental principles remain unchanged.

For example, targeting keywords with the sole intent of improving organic rankings no longe
Online Marketing Conceptr works, but keywords are still essential.

Beyond getting SEO juice, keywords reveal a lot more about users and what they’re struggling with.

With so many SEO techniques, it’s become almost impossible to determine which ones to stick to and which you can safely ignore.

You can keep the handy cheat sheet to recall these 10 most Important SEO tips when you need.

Both B2B and B2C marketers want more search leads, because they carry a 8.5X higher chance of conversion than an outbound lead.

Brian Dean did a fabulous job when he created a post showcasing 200 Google ranking factors. The post went on to become very popular, generating thousands of new leads, from organic search, for Brian.

This article may not be as in-depth as Brian’s. Instead, I want to show you the 10 most important SEO tips that you need to know right now.

If you focus on these techniques alone, you’ll definitely drive more organic traffic to your blog and improve your search rankings, withoutrisking a Google penalty.

Let’s get started:

1. Remove anything that slows down your site.

Page speed is a critical factor in SEO.

In the past, you could get away with a slow-loading site. I can recall a time when I had to wait for about 5 minutes before a popular news site fully loaded.

I’m sure you can relate to that.

That’s never a good experience, but it’s the kiss of death in today’s marketplace. A slow page can discourage people from buying your product.

Data from Strange Loop shows that a 1-second delay in page load time can yield a 7% loss in conversions.In the mind of potential buyers, a slow site is an untrustworthy site. Period.

Page speed is vital, both to users and to Google. According to eConsultancy, “40% of people abandon a website that takes more than 3 seconds to load.”

As businesses become more aware of the opportunities to generate targeted leads and increase revenue through search engine optimization, there is a huge demand for speed.

On April 9, 2010, Google included site speed as one of the all-important ranking factors.

This means that if your pages are slow, you’re fighting a losing battle for top organic listings, regardless of the quality of your content or your professional website design.

According to Google’s internal studies, when a page loads slowly, visitors spend less time there. On the other hand, faster loading pages reduce operating costs and improve user experience, among other benefits.

Get rid of non-essential elements that slow down your site. If you’re a WordPress user, consider deactivating plugins you may have installed and activated but don’t actually need.

Also, declutter your sidebar and put only essential widgets there.

To learn how to get more out of search engines by improving your page speed, see the resource pages below:

How to Make Your Site Insanely Fast
15 Easy Ways to Speed up Your WordPress Site

2. Link to other websites with relevant content.

Linking out to other blogs is critical to growth,

says Brian Clark, founder of Copyblogger Media.

To most people, linking out to relevant and authoritative content pages is bad because it takes people off your page.

But, I don’t think so.

According to Rand Fishkin, founder of Moz,

Linking out sends trackable traffic, it makes your site a more valuable and scalable resource.

If you’ve been reading my blogs, you’ll notice that linking out to other sites is my custom. Whenever I write a new post, I reference other trustworthy sites, where appropriate.

You can’t expect to get from others if you’re unwilling to give first. For example, if you’re looking to get inbound links from authoritative blogs, one of the easiest ways to do that is to show your willingness to link out to those blogs from your own content.

Of course, you should only link out to content pages that offer tremendous value. It’s a good SEO practice.

More important, you can notify an influencer when you link out to them, and, if your post is valuable, they can link back to you, share the post or even email it to their huge email subscriber list.

3. Write for humans first, search engines second.

Lately, I’ve noticed that more and more bloggers and content creators are going back to the old method of SEO. If that’s you, it’s time to change your mindset.

Many people still aren’t capitalizing on long-tail keywords, preferring instead to attempt to manipulate search engines.

That’s the wrong approach.

Instead, write content for the user, people who have eyes to read and credit cards to purchase your product. Search spiders are just scripts — they don’t buy products.

Copyblogger is my #1 go-to site, when it comes to putting readers first. No wonder Brian Clark is so successful at content marketing. He’s even turned Copyblogger into a multi-million dollar digital marketing company.

It all happened because a marketer like you was passionate about helping people. That’s what drives me, too — and maybe you, as well.

So, what does it mean to write for users first, before search engines?

Well, it’s simple.

Forget that Google exists when you’re writing. Instead, create content that will help someone. This is known as SEO copywriting.

Funny enough, when you put users first, you’ll actually write helpful content that search engines will reward, because search engines follow users. It’s not the other way round.

4. Encourage other trustworthy sites to link to you.

To a large extent, inbound links are still the lifeblood of search rankings.

When you combine dofollow and nofollow links, you get a natural link profile that even Google will reward.

Content marketing is all about creating share-worthy content and creating in people the need and urgency to link to you.

Do you know why so many bloggers link to my posts on QuickSprout.com and NeilPatel.com?

The major determining factor in my success is that I invest a lot of time, money and resources into creating a single post or other piece of content.

How much effort do you suppose when into creating, “The Complete Guide to Building Your Personal Brand”?

When you’re at the forefront of your industry, creating useful contentand linking out to authoritative blogs, you’ll find that more people will link to you naturally.

5. Have web analytics in place at the start.

After defining your SEO goals clearly, you need software to track what’s working and what’s not.

Google Analytics, Google Search Console and other, private web analytics software solutions can help you track your success.

Tools like CrazyEgg also show you where your site visitors are clicking, and how they navigate away from your site.

You should have these web analytics in place, even before you send the first visitor to your site or landing page.

6. Write unique and relevant meta descriptions for every page.

Another important SEO tip that most people neglect is the well-craftedmeta description.

The meta description is the first section that people see when Google serves up your page to search users.

Generally, Google doesn’t like duplicate content. Yes, there are times when there is a need to cite a paragraph or sentence from another site (and link back to the source), but if publishing duplicate content becomes your way of life, you might get penalized by Google.

In the same vein,duplicate meta descriptions could get you into trouble. But, even if you don’t get penalized straight away, you’re still not providing a good experience for your users.

You can’t have the same meta description for a page that talks about email marketing and a page on making sales. There’s a big difference in those topics and your meta descriptions should communicate that fact.

If you’re a WordPress user, you can fix duplicate meta descriptions by installing the All-In-One-SEO Pack or Yoast plugins.

Then, in your WordPress editor, scroll down to the bottom of the page, and add a unique title tag and meta description.

7. Use readable and meaningful URLs only.

If users can’t read or understand your URL, then search engines may be confused as well.

Here’s how my page URLs look:

Granted, the URL above is long, but it’s easy to understand, for both users and search engines. There are no numbers or characters, other than the words and dashes.

Stay away from page URLs like this:

https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/272531

Remember, search engines follow search users.

Brian Clark once said that Google bots are like infants, who need to be spoon-fed regularly. And, he’s right.

Even in this age of search evolution, including the RankBrain, search spiders are still programs, not humans. You need to guide them accordingly.

If I were to adopt a new URL structure, I might pattern it after Brian Dean’s structure. He ensures that only 2-4 words are included in any URL.

This makes the URL memorable to the user, search friendly and easy to type. Copyblogger does the same thing:

You can learn more about optimizing your page URLs from this infographic:

8. Build momentum with social signals.

Yes, social signals are important and you’ve got to focus on increasing yours.

It’s true that Google hasn’t added social signals into their ranking algorithm factors, but I’ve personally seen that social signals do impact search rankings.

Don’t believe me?

Well, several case studies have proven the impact of social shares, likes, tweets and pins on search rankings.

As an example, Moz started to rank on Google for “Beginner’s Guide” after Smashing Magazine tweeted out the guide. Shrushti’s search rankings improved from page 400 to page 1 of Google, due to social media.

If you want to get more social signals, the rules haven’t changed. Here’s the summary:

Create useful and share-worthy content.
Add share buttons to your post and make them visible.
Encourage people to share, by asking them to.
Host a social media contest to get more shares.
Mention and link to social media influencers/power users in your post and notify them.
… And so much more.

9. Use the right keywords in your images.

Images are important in search engine optimization.

Google dedicated an entire section of its search engine results to images. This should tell you how concerned the company is with pictures.

When users are looking for a particular image, what do they search with?

Keywords.

For this reason, you should use the right keywords in your image names and accompanying text (like the caption). Of course, this is not permission to engage in keyword stuffing.

However, if your image is of a “blue women’s hat,” don’t name your image “click here to buy hat.”

Always remember that in SEO, relevance is more important that creativity or cleverness.

10. Create & publish unique content consistently to improve your rankings.

According to the Content Marketing Institute, producing unique and engaging content is a challenge for most marketers.

Whether you’re a B2B or B2C marketer, you need to be disciplined, when it comes to content creation.

It’s even more important than you might think, due to something called the “fresh factor.” Unique content is one of the factors that affect this freshness score, and, consequently, the search rankings for that specific page.

If you’re not Brian Dean, who’s mastered the art of content promotion and can regularly get tens of thousands of users to read a new post,the easiest way to optimize your freshness score is by creating content consistently and regularly.

If you’ve chosen to market your business online, then creating unique and helpful blog posts isn’t an option — it’s a must.

The age of a domain or web page is also critical to your success. For this reason, don’t constantly change your domain name. Pick one and stick with it, unless there’s a very good reason to change.

That does happen, by the way — just don’t make it a regular practice. I’ve used QuickSprout for over 10 years and I intend to keep the domain name.

If you’ve published a post in the past that’s no longer relevant to users, especially due to the recent Google changes, then instead of writing a new piece of content from scratch, work to update that page.

That way, you can retain the backlinks, social shares and other on-site engagement metrics it’s already earned.

Finally, learn to focus on and create content around long-tail search pinternetseo1hrases (e.g., social media marketing techniques), and not head keywords (e.g., social media).

When building links, think quality, not quantity. And, don’t forget tomake your web pages mobile-friendly.

If you pay attention to these important SEO tips, I guarantee that you’llcreate better content, drive more organic traffic, acquire more leads and grow your revenue.

Which other SEO tips or techniques do you think are most crucial for improving search rankings?

Reference :-

The 10 Most Important SEO Tips You Need to Know

About The Author :-

Vikas Kashyap has a great interest in the field of digital marketing. He generally writes articles that are full of information which is related to website design in Haryana , software development in Haryana  and seo. These tips are very useful for people who want to to be in touch with the latest  technology  trend.

Most popular responsive web design tactics to create a mobile-friendly site

 

A not so mobile-friendly site is almost like a customer lost at the first place itself. We are in the midst of a generation where users wish to have everythingreponsive-web-design at their fingertips. Smartphones and tablets have already become an integral part of our everyday life. Only a responsive web design can ensure the site to be a mobile-friendlier one. Let’s go through a few tips that would help develop some of the best sites that are responsive and mobile-friendly.

Developing the mobile site first should be the topmost priority

It is desirable for web designers and developers to begin with developing a mobile-friendly site first. Companies must make it a practice since mobile is the most sought after device compared to the tablets and desktop computers. If everything goes fine with the mobile-friendly site, then there are not much problems going to happen on the site to be developed for desktop computers and tablets.

Content preparation must be proportional with the responsive web design

Designers and developers can work in implementing the content with the responsive web design in Haryana  during the developmental phase itself. This helps them figure out whether the content fits within the layout and can also rectify the readability issues if any. The content must be displayed in the same manner in all the devices including mobile phones, desktop computers, laptops as well as tablets.

Design the layout first

A layout is all that is required to convince the client first. If they are convinced, it means the customers are also convinced. Create a layout from the customer’s point of perspective. The layout has to be simple and the buttons must be visible enough to accommodate the fingertips.  If the client is satisfied with the layout of how the site will look like, then the developers can confidently move to coding since it reduces the time consumption considerably during the development phase.

Main navigation menu must be hidden

By hiding the navigation menu, the user-friendliness of the mobile site can be improved.  The presence of smaller screens demands the navigation menu to be either placed as an icon or a text which would help indicate the user about the menu. The most preferred choices include creating an icon with a drop-down menu or an overlay technique.

Make use of custom codes

A complex web design is always desirable for a mobile-friendly site. Hence it is necessary to make use of different programming methodologies for each of the individual sites such as the one for mobile phones, desktop computers and tablets. A WordPress template might not be enough in creating a complex web design.  For example, if you are making use of Adobe Dreamweaver for desktop computer site, try using GoMobi for the mobile site.

Follow device agnostic approach to set breakpoints

The breakpoints must be with respect to the site content. For understanding the breakpoints, it is inevitable for designers to explore the design aspects and thereby fully utilize the flexibility, adaptability and fluidity of a responsive web design.

Images must merge well with the layout

Image selection and implementation plays a vital role in a responsive web design. The images should be selected in such a way that the dimensions and measurements must match with the layout created. Some of the supported image file formats include GIF and JPEG etc. Optimized images helps avoid the scaling issues and also help in reducing the bandwidth. The images selected must be of high quality and resolution.

Pages  must load quickly or page speed should be hig

Users are often frustrated with the slow loading times while they navigate towards a mobile site. This is mainly due to the file size of the images present in the website. Try to minimize the file size and avoid including excessive elements that slow down the performance and loading time of the website. Most of the users expect their mobile site to load within two seconds. Check also internet speed for your service provider

The text size must be comfortable enough to read

Zooming to view the text within the mobile site can provide an unpleasant experience for the users. Possibilities of such a user abandoning the website are much higher than expected.  So always ensure the text size remains larger and visible for providing users with the best readability experience. Several tools are available in the market that would help create a responsive text.

Screen Orientation matters   

Both Landscape orientation and portrait orientation are frequently used by the mobile users. Landscape orientation has an upper hand compared to portrait orientation. But that must not prevent us from making the site look good only in landscape orientation mode. Designers must ensure the mobile site to provide the same experience for users in both the landscape and portrait screen orientation modes. Ensure the images do not look too stretched in the landscape orientation mode.

Conclusion

The above mentioned tips are sure to help you create a better responsive web design site. It requires enimagesormous efforts from the web designers and developers in creating an ideal responsive web design mobile-friendly site. The efforts will definitely pay off at the end.

 

 

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Top 10 Tips For Blogger To Further Enhance Popularity

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Most bloggers would remember at least one of their posts that would have become ever popular than they might have thought. Peimages (1)ople with years of blogging experience will have a few posts to cherish with. But they should also think of making it popular again among the audience who might have missed on your best post so far. Here are some tips that would help further enhance the popularity of your already popular posts with good Web Designing Haryana.

Frequently update the blog :-

No matter how popular your blog was in the past, your blog will attract only less traffic if you would not keep them updated on regular intervals. You should never wait for the blog to get outdated making it difficult for search engines to identify your blog. Many bloggers have experienced the same outcome wherein a blog that might have got 90,000 views in a month gets less than 10,000 views within the next few months.

You cannot blame the readers for the debacle.

It is up to the writer or blogger to ensure the blog content remains updated and visible which would help improve the popularity with your already popular blog post. You must understand the fact that new audiences are coming into the world of web every day and those visitors might not be aware of the blog that you might have posted a year ago. Try replacing the quotes that people have already seen with new ones and ensure the article is relevant enough to attract the audience again and again.

Place Popular Posts in the Sidebar :-

By including popular posts in the sidebar, it helps visitors navigate easily towards the popular post that you want them to read on. Categorize the blog posts on the basis of its overall popularity and on the basis of those trending currently. It helps visitors who land on your blog page to find some more interesting and useful topics that they might have missed upon otherwise.

Placing posts in the sidebar is also acclaimed to be the highly clicked section by the readers while navigating through any websites. It assists in optimizing your blog post and thereby improving the overall ranking of your website design.

Include E-mail Subscription column for future notifications :-

It is a nice way of attracting more visitors who already must have read one of your blogs and are waiting for new ones from you. Instead of keeping them thinki
ng of when you are going to publish the next post, add an email opt-in column in your blog website. This would help email subscribers of your blog to get email notifications whenever you publish a new post.

Another way of increasing the email subscribers would be promoting more tips in return for an email subscription. Those interested with the article or blog post would definitely subscribe to get some more useful information.

Publish popular posts on the email campaigns :-

Email subscribers are going to be the readers that are sure to find suitable time and read the blog posts that you are going to publish or has already published. By promoting your popular posts through email to these subscribers, you can further enhance the popularity of your posts. These are the posts that are most preferred by the readers and it is sure to go well with the new subscribers you have, no matter how old the popular post have been.

These audiences are also likely to improve the social shares and thereby improving the number of websites that link back to your blog website. The email subscribers will likely comment and even share your articles using their social media accounts and thereby enhancing the tactics to get more click through for your popular blog post.

Link popular posts within blog :-

You can link the popular posts while writing blog topics that are familiar with the popular posts you have already published. But you must ensure that the linking must not be for the means of increasing your website traffic. It must make sense and has to be co-related with each other.

The linking of older posts in the new blog should not be distracting and must be with respect to the flow and theme of the blog post that you are currently writing. This way, you can increase the popularity of your old posts again by capturing the reader’s attention. Another method to enhance the website traffic would be to include a ‘Get Started’ blog page or a ‘How to’ kind of blog post that would help you to link popular posts within the blog post. ‘Get Started’ is a keyword that is searched more often in the web and can be of help for you in enhancing the popularity of your website.

Incorporate a content gate :-

Try including a content gate on your blog posts. Try to figure out the popular posts that are expected to generate more interest among the readers. Give more importance to How-to kind of articles which helps describe step by step procedure about a very interesting and useful topic.

By creating a content gate, visitors would be able to view the topic name and the images whereas they will be able to read the content only after they sign-up or subscribe for your e-mail notifications. Instead of this methodology, you can also ask them to Like or Follow your blog page on social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter. It helps you to make a mark on the widening zones of social media. Either of the options can turn in favor of popularizing your popular posts and thereby improve traffic towards your blog website

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Make Infographics of Popular Posts :-

Create Infographics of some of your popular posts. This can be done through introducing Slideshare presentations and also YouTube videos which can open the doors of endless possibilities for your content to reach newer audiences. There are many bloggers who have benefited more from introducing Infographics of their p
opular posts than their original blog post. We never know the way success follows you.

Re-publishing Popular Posts in other    blogs :-

It is always a good technique to publish your popular posts in other blog websites. How ever you will have to ensure the availability of tags within those posts that suggests the original source of the blog post was first published on your blog website.

Otherwise, you may miss on the generating traffic from the many readers of the other blog website in which you have re-published your blog post. Re-publishing the articles on other blogs can dramatically give you more exposure by making your blogs available for the specific audience of those blog websites. This further improves the traffic on your blog website.

Expand the blog content :-

Expanding the existing content of your popular blog post can really enhance popularity. Google have further categorized a new segment known as ‘in-depth articles’ and articles with more word count and meaningful information can find a place at the top of the Google search engbLOGGING1ine. Studies suggest blog content with more than 2000 words are likely to be better placed in the search engine rankings than the articles with a word count of 1000 or less.

Most of the web pages that are displayed on page 1 of Google Search Engine are likely articles having more than 2000 words. Long tail keywords are yet another thing that can significantly boost the web page rankings of your popular blog posts. But the long tail keywords have to be proportional with the content.

Blog Post Titles :-

Research and analyze the titles that visitors are likely to search for in getting information regarding a particular website, blog or articles. The first few search terms can make a huge difference in the ranking of your web page.

Some of the popular terms used are :-

  • Top Free
  •  Free
  •  Blog Post
  •  How to
  •  Why
  •   Best
  •  Simple
  •   Way
  •   Tips

Using the above-mentioned keywords in the title of your popular post will help in getting more clicks through by further popularizing the blog and helping the blog post to reach new audiences.

Conclusion :-

Including the above-mentioned tips is enough to enhance the blog popularity of the popular posts rather than writing similar content blogs again a number of times. Even though it requires some hard work initially, you will obviously taste success in the longer run.

Reference :-

http://www.sooperarticles.com/internet-articles/traffic-building-articles/top-10-tips-blogger-further-enhance-popularity-most-popular-posts-blog-post-1500137.html