Let’s argue that you have or use the Google AdSense Affiliate Program on your blog.
Have you thought hard about how to improve them in many ways to earn more income. In this business it is not “do or die” rather, it is wanting to earn income, with a keyword of ‘want.’ If you want to make money online you will, but you must be willing to put the effort and time into it. It’s not a one shot thing, or is it all the money in the world to get you “subscribers” “followers” or “likes” or whatever you want with your business.
Unfortunately, people expect everything for nothing. They are wrong. In some cases it’s buying more followers, or hoping for more views, and they want it now.
This is simple, you want to make money, prove it. Build your business and then make money. This is an online world where a business is still a business, in this case, those who plan make the income they want.
The goal is not only increasing traffic, but rather, making the increase in traffic happen on your blogs and YouTube channels over the course of a few weeks or months, and this means that you have to improve your writing so that what you offer is something that your readers can use on their own work. This means: on all types and places you brand your work. The plan in this case is adding one link beyond the social networking sites. If you aren’t active on social media, it’s a good time to research what type will work best for your brand.
You’ve thought of your business as a brand- if not go back and write that plan out.
The Internet is a big place, and, in general to be found the content you create must be good, and you have a theme beyond that. The point is that you aren’t you, rather you’re a business. Choose how you present yourself to the world, and to Google. There is one important point which needs to be made: don’t try to do this overnight, a true business takes time. Google is not kind to bad branding or a bad business plan. If it looks to good to be true- it is.
Once upon a time, blogs were easy, you write, then hit publish, and voila, done. Now it’s working in a world that expects you to have a business plan (assuming you want that,) a brand and a plan to earn some income with what you are presenting to the world. They have to have something from you for them. And your blog has to do this for them time and again. It’s a part of building your business, and seeing if you are the person getting in the way of your business, your vision and your brand, as well as Google.
One of the best things you can do to improve your blog to the point that people see it as a great blog or a tipping point blog is to work on the titles and the tags. It’s not about adding to a bloated 2,000 word post, or padding a 100 word post, but rather seeing what the title is telling your readers. A Title is what to grab their attention.
1) The keywords: Keywords, or tags, or whatever you want to focus on are a vital part to a blog post, there can’t be too many but there also should be some. For example if I were to use the term “money” I should be able to think of a few different ways and meanings to say the same thing. It’s about expanding how you look at it. A blog post which says money or making money in every paragraph will bore your readers quickly. We all do it, and it’s important to find them and fix it.
2) Your Title: While you should not mess too much with your title, you’ll need to see if what you are saying is clear in the title if you talk about writing in the title, but then write about publishing there is a disconnect. You want it to be somewhat witty, but also to the point. Grabbing for attention is one thing, but misleading a reader by title alone is another. Grow your blog and your business right.
3) Compare and contrast: In this case, go and read a blog post of yours. I find that when I read the post aloud, I might see what the tone is, or is not. Having pictures is a bonus, but they should work with what you are saying and not against it. The same holds true for a YouTube video.
To improve your blog, over time, you’ll need to add new content on a regular basis and then, go back and fix older content. By this, lot at some of your older posts, for grammar or spelling mistakes. After a while away from a post, I’ve found that a few of them had spelling or grammar mistakes, or they simply didn’t sound right on the blog. They didn’t convey what I wanted them to convey to my readers, and simply didn’t seem great to me. i didn’t need to completely re-create myself, but rather, re-create how I viewed my blog.
Your blog, your YouTube and your brand are everything to you. It should be so. Blogging is as important a piece of what you are as an online personality. It’s yours to keep and build. Understand what is best for you, and for your brand and Google will help you later on.