How to Increase Alexa Ranking
Publish Posts Frequently
I’ve heard series of excuses from so many veteran bloggers about their inabilities to publish content frequently. You won’t have to be writing every day once you’ve successfully moved your blog off the ground. Frequency is all you’ll be working upon to ensure that you improve a PageRank for your website.
The people who publish content every day have got a higher possibility of getting a strong PageRank than those who don’t try to create daily.
When you begin to get high-quality links, you’ll start getting “Dofollow” links. When you start getting an increase in “Dofollow” links, you’ll improve your PR quality. And once your PR quality becomes strong, very strong and so on, you’ll have all the potentials in this world to earn cool and consistent revenue in the lifetime.
Update Your Blog/Website Frequently
What do you understand by updating your blog/website frequently? It has a lot to do with the posts you publish on your blog from time to time. For instance, I updated this post/training on 30th December 2018 by removing an outdated stuff which has to do with installing Alexa widget on a website.
I discovered a few days ago that Alexa widget had been discontinued in October 2016 which was about 2 years ago, and, shortly before I attempted to work on this very update, an expert came on board and wrote a lovely comment on this very training that I should do my research well before I start confusing others, though I responded to the lovely comment stating that I've already discovered days ago that Alexa widget had been discontinued and have decided to update this training which I'm doing right now as at 30th December 2018.
There are certain blogging ideas experts out there do talk about sometimes in their posts which might have gone out of date unknown to us, but we try to update the moment we've been aware of such updates not minding critics and their criticisms at all.
Experientially, I've found that even the so-called experts continue to update some of their blog posts when they discovered that some ideas or tips added to the posts might have been outdated. I've come across such posts on authority sites times without number but still gained a lot from them because they teach the fundamentals of blogging which are practical and helpful to the newbie and veteran bloggers.