Keeping track of you website traffic is very important for site health. You don't want just any traffic to your site. You want traffic that is organic or has been targeted by you via email campaigns or adds. If your traffic is Bogus traffic or bots, Google can penalize your site.Recently, for Black Friday, I did some adds, an email campaign and posted every day to multiple social media platforms. I check my traffic daily using Google Analytics. The day of my promotions, I noticed I had awesome
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Just had to share this awesome post. Great information about twitter trends for 2019 content, created by SemRush. This is not an affiliate link, even though I am a big fan of SemRush:https://www.semrush.com/blog/top-twitter-trends-in-content-m...I would love your feedback on this great information. Let me know what you think and if you agree with it.
This is following my other three articles from a great study about blogging and the changes that have occurred with how we write content. The study was done by Orbit Media and they interviewed 1000 bloggers.If you missed the other articles, here are links to those as well:https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/chender684/blog/how-often-sh...https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/chender684/blog/how-long-is-...https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/chender684/blog/time-it-take...You may know much of this already, bu
It is commonly known, that Google likes to see current content on our sites. But, what does that really mean? How often should we be writing blog posts for our sites?According to current studies, around half of us write blog posts 2 - 4 times a month and that has been pretty consistent for several years. But is that enough?According to the same studies, 67% of bloggers who report excellent results for their sites, write content daily. I am not one of those people.The number of bloggers who wri
We all are taught here at Wealthy Affiliate that a blog post needs to be at least 1000 words on average. The current research performed by Orbit Media, says the average post in 2019 is 1236 words. Five years ago in 2014, the average post length was only 808 words long. This shows an obvious trend toward longer posts that provide more information that our readers are looking for. I think we all know that our readers want to be as well-informed as possible and they want us to help them solve a pr
All of us here at WA need to be able to write consistent blog articles for our sites. The question many newbies ask is, how much time does it take to write a blog post?The answer is going to vary by each of our own writing skills, along with our knowledge of a topic we are writing about. It will also vary by the research we do as well.According to the latest research, in 2019 it takes 3 hours and 57 minutes to write a quality blog post. In 2014, it only took 2 hours and 24 minutes.According to
Search Engine Journal just published another great article and anyone who uses Facebook adds, or anyone who plans to use Facebook adds needs to read it. It is full of useful and current information, including great illustrations showing you what to do.I highly recommend this to all here:https://www.searchenginejournal.com/facebook-ads-features/31...This is not an affiliate link, but is awesome information we need to be aware of.
Google has released yet another core update and this one is big. If you saw your traffic suddenly drop in the last week or so, it is most likely do to this update.My go to for all things SEO and Google, is Neil Patel. He is awesome and since he took over Ubersuggest, it has become an amazing free tool for all of us. I even wrote a full review of it.Here is a link to some great information on the latest Google release and what you can do about it:https://neilpatel.com/blog/google-core-update/?Th
Yes, that is right, Google has changed things again. The way we do links, including nofollow, follow, exclude, etc is changing by Google once again. It is getting really hard to keep up.Rather than bore you with the details, here are two great sources that I rely on for the latest updates, that tell you everything you need to know about the latest link rules in Google:https://neilpatel.com/blog/google-link-guidelines/https://webmasters.googleblog.com/2019/09/evolving-nofollow-...These are not a