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3 Crucial Steps to Perform After Publishing Your Blog Post

Written by Elvis Michael on November 5, 2014

You have just published your latest blog post with pride and joy, pleased that the world will happily absorb a piece of your knowledge. But what happens now? Whether your website is relatively new or already receives traffic, conducting these steps will result in additional viewers and higher engagement to your latest creation.

Send it to Email Subscribers

Your email subscribers signed up to your newsletter because they are hungry for your content – and yet, many bloggers neglect this step by sending only occasional tips and related offers. If you do not yet have an active newsletter, on the other hand, start building one by offering an enticing gift or a compelling reason for people to sign up – such as the convenience of receiving your latest blog posts straight to their inbox.

Share on Social Media

Social media means everything these days, as people spend countless hours absorbing and sharing content with friends and family through multiple channels. Luckily, each platform allows for specific blog types and different audiences, which means there’s no excuse to neglect sharing your latest content with the world. If you have a recipe blog, for example, how about posting pictures of your favorite dish on places like Pinterest? Analyze your blog post’s nature and take advantage of the most suitable network; after all, they are available and free for the taking.

Blogger Outreach

While reaching out to your readers provides additional traffic, connecting with other bloggers in your niche could make your content truly blow up. Networking with authoritative figures means building a long-lasting relationship with them; comment on their content, share it with your own audience and provide constructive feedback where necessary. They will acknowledge you, reciprocate and help you reach new heights through their own resources as a direct result.

There are many more ways to reach your target audience, of course, but these core strategies should be included each and every time you hit that ‘Publish’ button on your blog.

Online Publishers Can Face Criminal Charges, So Be Careful What You Write

Written by 9rules Blog on November 4, 2014

There’s such a thing as freedom of speech. You can publish anything you want online, right? You’re not bound to strict laws such as print media is.

You are correct about the first sentence, but there are some things you need to reassess when it comes to the last two statements above.

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There is such a thing as freedom of speech, but laws do apply to online publishers, and if you are not aware of them, you just might find yourself facing a lawsuit, or worse, criminal charges.

First things first. You have to know the laws in your country or state. If, for example, you are registered in California, then you have to familiarize yourself with the state laws. If you do find yourself in the unfortunate position of facing charges, the first thing to do then is to get in touch with a reputable Los Angeles criminal lawyer so that you are guided from the get-go. (more…)

Stopping Energy Leaks [Infographic]

Written by David Jones on October 29, 2014

An infographic lookikng at the best ways to stop energy leaks.

Via: SprayFoamKit.com

How to Make Your Website Load Faster

Written by 9rules Blog on September 22, 2014

Website loading time is a crucial factor in satisfying your users. We already know that the average online user has a short attention span, and that also includes a short fuse for page loading times. According to KISSmetrics, the average Internet user will leave a website if a page doesn’t load within 6 to 10 seconds.

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If your website is so bogged down with features that you may think enhance its looks and user experience, think again. If it takes more than 10 seconds to load, then you might be missing out on a huge chunk of readers, not to mention sales or earnings from traffic. (more…)

How to Make Sure Your Blog Revenue Goes Down

Written by 9rules Blog on August 22, 2014

Blogging is mainly about writing content that your readers will find useful and valuable. Whether a post is about practical tips, or it is a thoughtful piece, the important thing is that any visitor to your blog finds it worth his while. Even better, you want that visitor to keep coming back.

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While there are bloggers who blog “just because” and don’t really care about whether they earn money or not, it cannot be denied that blog revenue is always welcome. There are many ways to make money blogging, and one of the main methods is via ads.

While you can have considerable blog revenue just by having an ad system, it requires one vital element: traffic. And lots of it. (more…)