8 Ways To Promote Your Blog

A blog is a journal or website which is available on the internet and contains links to other websites. The person who creates the blog is the ‘blogger’, when you update a blog you are ‘blogging’. Individual blogs are called ‘blog posts’ or ‘blog entries’. As a general rule, blogs are regularly updated. For the purpose of SEO, the more regularly updated the better.

Get yourself a free blog. You don’t need to spend money when creating a blog, especially if it is your first time to do so. There are many free My Folkd profile portals that are available online and you can choose from these in order to avoid spending money.

Second, because of the interactive nature of a blog, you will have to monitor and interact with those of your readers who comment. You may even get requests for guest bloggers. You must be attentive and responsive.

When you search for WoW related online blogs or blogs that mention World of Warcraft, you might find that there are so many, you don’t know how you will keep up with all of them or go through them properly. This is why you can make use of helpful features such as RSS feeds. This will allow you to view all of your favorite WoW blogs through a feed reader to scan the headlines first and see what you want to read over.

In all honesty this is probably the most important way to get more blog traffic. If you have gone through all the work to optimize your post and make sure they are ranked on a search engine to get traffic you need to give your readers what they want. Look at it this way, when someone goes to a search engine what they type into that search bar is essentially a question. Your job is to provide them with the answer. Providing the best answer is much more likely to result in loyal visitors. Returning visitors are much more likely to turn into customers.

There are very many other forms of paid marketing. However, paid traffic is not always targeted, so be careful when using this method. You can simply do a search on Google and find the very best forms of paid advertising. There’s very many out there, you just need to do some research and find the right ones.

At any rate, you have the option to close blog comments indefinitely or for a specific period of time only, thanks to those blogging applications. In your comment settings, you may choose to close comments for all your posts once they reach 90 days from the date these were published online or you may close comments only on selected posts then turn on the comment section back at a later date.