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Bloggers: Write for humans, not search engines.
Write for humans, not search engines.
A common issue today, we are seeing a lot of people say:
I don't know what's wrong, I purchased all these backlinks and SEO services, but I can't get ranked.
This is probably
because you are not writing for the right reasons. You need real, unique, valuable content on your site to make a difference. Sure, you could purchase backlinks, traffic, and almost anything else you can think of, but at the end of the day, visitors only return if they like what they see.
Chances are, you started a blog about something you are knowledgeable in, or you researched keywords and selected a niche based solely on profitability.
If you are aiming to obtain a passive income from blogging, you are not going to find it.
Websites that generate passive income are typically those that sell something and are dedicated to selling this product or family of products.
If you want to make money blogging, you or your writers need to be well educated on the subject. There are tens of thousands of blogs out there that have quality content, that readers are looking for, so you need to provide something better. You need to develop a follower base, that feels like they are getting something out of reading your content.
SURE, buying a bunch of services here on SEOclerks would help you, but it will all be for naught if you do not continuously provide value to your readers.
SPUN CONTENT will almost certainly lead you to failure, and nobody likes to read a bunch of gibberish.
Tips for blogger success:
- Find a subject you like to write about and don't lose interest.
- Provide something your readers have never seen, be it a unique writing style, or content that could be used in a research paper. Aim to provide value.
- Realize it takes hard work to be successful, in anything you do. You are not going to get rich overnight. It will not happen, I'm sorry.
- Build relationships with other webmasters/bloggers in your niche. It is important to establish a reputation in your niche.
- NEVER use spun content.
- Exercise caution when paying for articles. There are a lot of people that will give you spun content and call it a handwritten article. I have tested outsourcing for articles, and unless you are ready to pay $50-$100, you should not expect a high impact article. 1/10 of the cheap articles I've bought, were able to be edited into publishable content. The rest are sitting in word documents collecting dust.
- If you continue to provide value, you will gain followers. Do not be discouraged when you have spent a month on a project to have no traffic. Lots of websites do not gain traction for several years. NEVER GIVE UP!