So you’ve built your shiny new blog, written a long and detailed post about the red-eyed tree frog (your area of expertise), and have received some well-earned accolades. The visitor feedback has been nothing but positive and you have established yourself as an authority figure in your field. The traffic to your site is flowing and you’re on top of the world. In the ensuing days, however, your blog traffic has all but disappeared. Sound familiar?
New Quality Content
Unless you update your blog content regularly with new, unique and appealing material, visitors will look for this information elsewhere. A quick post, once a day, is the minimum suggested delivery schedule. By adhering to this, you will create a loyal group of followers (providing the quality of your content is maintained).
Quick Blog Tips
Most people today have the attention span of a gnat. Make sure to deliver your content in short digestible chunks. If you divulge everything you know about the tree frog in one doctoral level article, what will you follow up with? People crave knowledge and you’re there to feed that need. Make sure to get your point across in the least amount of time possible.
Here are a few blog post title examples for quick content:
- “Do red-eyed tree frogs prefer crickets or worms?”
- “The most common tree frog disease”
- “What is the lifespan of the red-eyed tree frog?”
- “Red-eyed tree frogs are neat freaks!”
You get the idea. Short, sweet and to the point.
Regular, quick and quality content is imperative in order to become a successful blogger. And successful bloggers make money! More about how to monetize your blog in another post…
Beyond The Red-Eyed Tree Frog
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