17 Posts To Help You Build A Better Blog
For those of you who don’t know, I have been a staff writer at WPMU for quite a few months. In that time, I have written rather a lot of posts (nearly as many as I have here in fact).
One of the great things about writing for WPMU is that the subject matter is often directly related to what I am trying to achieve with my business. I write about all things WordPress related, and often my posts cover topics such as blogging, SEO, social media, and more. So although I write for the readers of WPMU, I think that I have written plenty of posts that would be interesting to you too.
With that in mind, I have trawled through my archives at WPMU and present to you a selection of posts that can help you build a better blog. Enjoy!
- Read Your Visitors’ Minds & Increase Engagement on Your Blog
- Why Your Blog Frustrates Your Visitors, and What You Can Do About It
- 1 Simple Step To Keeping Visitors On Your Blog
- 50 Tips To Increase Traffic To Your Blog
- 4 Free Photo & Image Resources You Need For Your Blog
- 3 Types Of Awesome Newsletters For Your WordPress Blog
- WordPress Bloggers: Are You Ignoring Your Visitors?
- Tips For Dirty Bloggers Pt 1: Clean Up Your Design
- Tips For Dirty Bloggers Pt 2: Is Clean Code That Important?
- Tips For Dirty Bloggers Pt 3: Typography – Your Blog’s Cutting Edge
- Tips For Dirty Bloggers Pt 4: Grammar, Spelling & Punctuation
- Are You Losing Visitors By Omitting This Key Page On Your Blog?
- WordPress Bloggers: Why You Should Be On All 3 Major Social Networks
- Are You Neglecting The Most Important Page On Your Blog?
- The WPMU 100 – The Top WordPress Related Blogs On The Internet
- How To Use Trackbacks In WordPress To Boost Your Blog’s Traffic
- One Vital Ingredient That Your Blog May Be Missing
Do You Want More Of This?
That should keep you going for a while! What do you think about the above posts – do they cover topics that you are interested in? I am always sharing new content across my social network profiles – should I be sharing WPMU posts with my Twitter and Facebook followers? Let me know in the comments section!
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