This is a useful summary of potential “easy fixes” for bloggers. I may want to expand on this a bit.
I’d like to try the blog partnership idea, but I’m not sure if I have enough time to be a good partner.
My favorite tip from this article: “Give your best customers something of real value to offer to their friends (a secret menu, a significant gift certificate). Once you do that, not giving that gift to a friend feels selfish.”
Here’s an exercise – think about your blog’s niche. In the next couple of months what seasonal things might be searching for that relate to your topic? Brainstorm a list of topics and words that people will use – then write some content that fits wit http://www.problogger.net/archives/2006/11/24/how-to-write-your-about-me-page/ 1164644053 0 blogging,about,tips How to Write Your “About…
This is a very clever tactic to convert traffic from article sites into visitors (and potential subscribers).
I vaguely know that the search engines value links from .edu and .gov sites, but this tip provides an easy-to-use strategy to get those links.
Are you using these two words in your posts? You should be, because they could make all the difference to your readers.
Seth Godin offers some advice for starting a business partnership. The tone is realistic (as opposed to optimistic or pessimistic).
An excellent collection of tips, well worth the read.
Good tips from successful bloggers, recapped in a very readable way.