When was the last time you analyzed your blog traffic to identify your most popular blog posts? How many of those posts are from last year or the year before last?

Discussion - Whether You Should  Hide Blog Published Date On Your Blog Posts Or Display Published Date Promptly

It’s not just about Google. The real readers of your blog, the humans also tend to be highly focused on what’s new. No matter how great your content is and how relevant it is — chances are, your readers will ignore it if they notice that it was published 3 years ago.

Don’t trust me?

Well, try bringing up one of your favorite blog posts from 3 years ago and highlight it on your homepage without changing its published date! Let’s see how much traffic you receive on that post.

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Building links and getting social media shares to build better search engine ranking is the top priority for everybody with a website, and for good reasons.
Improve optimize website for pleasant experience to website visitors
Why not? More traffic does mean more opportunities and more opportunities means more money, isn’t that correct?

But, as smart marketer, you want to be prepared for what happens when you start to get the traffic you always wanted. You want your website to have the infrastructure in place to capitalize on that traffic.

What does that really mean? And, how do you do that?

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Have you noticed some blogs get the limelight, just in a short span of time after they launch, while others struggle for years for a little traffic? Why does that happen?

10 Blogging Mistakes You Should Avoid To Avoid Stress Of Losing Traffic And Engagement On Your Website

Why do some bloggers start to get into the mainstream so fast while others, far more capable and talented, can’t figure out why can’t they get their share of the pie? What mistakes are they making?

Are You On The Right Track?

First of all, success is a subjective thing and, whether or not you are becoming successful with your blog, depends on your goals.

This is a very important point to remember. You must have clarity about your blogging goals because a confused mind can’t make right decisions.

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This is a guest post by my friend, Bill Butler. He is a John Maxwell certified coach, an author and an incredible human being with a motto to Be Love To Others. Bill is also an integral part of our Krishna World Wide Team. Please feel free to connect with him on Facebook, Twitter or Google+

On my own website, I write about life improvement, personal development and leadership. But on occasion, I write technical posts on other sites, and Kumar's website is the perfect place for such a blog post.

Driving Massive Traffic To Your Website using RSS Site Repositories

I've been blogging for just over a year, and I've learned a great deal how things have changed since the “olden days” of pure HTML. In the late 70's/early 80's when a new home PC would cost you up to $6000, I got involved, first by learning everything I could about the internal workings.

I loved it so much that I took Systems Analysis at college and got so good at it, I decided to run my own business on the side. I was working full-time in the Police Dept. even way back then, and running around on days off and spare time installing networks, troubleshooting, and building/selling/repairing computers. Sales of voice recognition cards also became big business as well.

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To speed up your website, is to have happy visitors and happy Google, isn't that true? A website that loads fast for its visitors gains credibility and traffic much faster than those that do not. So, how do we do that?

Fast Website And Slow Website Image - Googlebot Watching Them Load

Maintaining your WordPress blog itself is a task that needs regular attention. On top of that, publishing fresh content on a regular basis is a task enough to easily keep you busy for a few hours.

But what is the point of writing fresh, well written and exciting content if your visitors aren’t happy about the way your website loads? What is the point of putting so much hard work into design and content if Google is not happy because your website loads too slow?

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This experts guide is the final post in the series about blogging for personal branding. If you are just starting out, check out my beginners blogging guide. If you have been blogging already and looking for ways to take it to the next level, refer to my advanced guide to blogging.

Experts Guide To Blogging by Kumar Gauraw

As an advanced blogger, you want to do things that will help you get your blog in the mainstream. You want to work towards driving massive traffic to your website. You want to generate revenues through your blog and grow your business.

Important Things Expert Bloggers Do

Let’s discuss some of the important steps you can take to achieve your goals. You may not follow everything. But if you do, you will reap the benefits of these steps and grow your business and your online presence tremendously.

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