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29.06.2015 - 02:43

Whether you are a new blogger or an older one, you have stumbled upon lots of well meaning blogging tips. The advice, or rather rules, are given to you so that you can improve your blog, get more audience, shares and comments, and optimise your posts for search engines. Every blogger has given this advice, myself included. According to the advice you should always include a call to action to your blog posts, ask...

05.04.2015 - 03:17

It's easy to become obsessed about minute details of blogging. Especially when you are struggling to gain traffic or get the attention you feel you deserve, the little things start to seem like the big ones. You might get too involved with the perfect kind of a blog title or trying to include call to actions in each one of your blog posts. One of the common blogging obsessions is the content length. Like many other...

03.04.2015 - 01:59

Google has been helping mobile users find mobile-friendly sites for a while now. By the end of this month they are expanding the use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal. Many websites are running the same story about how you are going to be in trouble if your site is not mobile. For my huge amusement, some blogs which are not mobile-friendly are also giving you advice on this subject. With all this potential...

19.02.2015 - 17:56

When you search information about bounce rate you will sooner or later stumble upon an article claiming it affects your search ranking and is a search engine optimisation (SEO) issue. These stories always point out that yes, Google folks have said bounce rate doesn't affect search ranking, but they are probably lying. At this point you are thinking, yes, they must be lying. Those data mining bastards who keep...

04.02.2015 - 17:57

Just the other day I saw someone asking how and why does Facebook choose whose posts they see on their newsfeed. They were confused how they sometimes kept seeing the same stuff day after day and then all of a sudden someone's post just leapt on their feed. I have actually wrote around this subject in a couple of times. I've told you why how Facebook brings out the narcissistic side in all of us. I've also wrote...