1. post length
Post length and frequency are connected. This is a particularly important tip to remember if you decide to publish lots of posts every week. Some blogs can get away with publishing a high volume of content as their posts are quick and easy to read.
I think you’ll come unstuck if you try to write long, detailed posts too often. Your readers may find that it’s impossible to keep up with you; and you may struggle to keep to that posting frequency.
It’s one thing to embark on a posting marathon for a week, or for a month – but a very frequent publishing schedule doesn’t usually work well with “heavy” content.
experts says typical size of a post is 300 words (3 paragraph) because
the visitor to your site will not spend much time reading your post
so if your post is lengthy most readers will not come to the end of your post.
2. Keyword Seo
Go to Google and type in “Google keyword tool”. The first result is the Google Keyword Tool.
type in a question word, like “how”, “how to”, or “what”, followed by a generic word that describes your blog, like “business”.
Sort by Global Monthly Search Volume. This is how many people, on average, search for this keyword in a month.
Look for keywords that have between 70 and 10,000 searches per month.
Important: You should only target one keyphrase with each of your blog posts.
Your blog post title and permalink should be this exact keyphrase. Resist the urge to add extra words.
Use your selected keyphrase several times in your blog post.
Also important: Make sure that when people link to your blog post, they use that exact keyphrase. The best way to do this is to make it the title of your blog post.
Your meta description is the sentence or two that appears below your blog post in Google search results.
Guest posting, and linking to your blog post in the “blurb” at the end of your guest post, will help your post rank higher in the search engines.
Use this simple system to get thousands of visitors to your blog every month!
3.Avoid link spam posts
Mister Linky, Linky Tools, Music Monday, and so on – you know, the posts where there’s barely anything to read except for a massive list of 100+ links.
Guess what? The person to start the list is getting loads of free links – people won’t bother reading beyond the first few.
So should you start your own? Absolutely not. Search engines may view your blog as a link farm, and may remove you from their search results completely.
Don’t underestimate the value of appearing in search results. Don’t screw up your rank by copying and pasting a spammy list of links onto your blog.
4. Strong titles are vital
A vital title? I like that! If your post title does not give people a compelling reason to read the post, why would they click it?
Search engines, bloggingnetworks and feed readers usually show the post title far more prominently than the content of the post – you may not even have the option to view the content until you click through.
With so many potential posts to read, readers will gravitate towards the best titles. Bland titles, such as “What I did today” or “Random thoughts” just don’t stand out.
5. Improve your load time
This isn’t just to do with clutter looking a bit messy. Does your blog have dozens of images and scripts loading on every page? Keep an eye on how long they take to load, and consider removing things that load incredibly slowly all the time.
Pingdom Tools is an excellent place to test how fast (or how slow) your site loads