The trouble with serial content writers is that their content gets lost in the back pages of their blogs. How often do you go back and find links from previous blog posts and share them in your current posts? Back linking can make a huge difference in how long a reader stays on your blog. And you’re adding value.
When you’re focused on making your content valuable, the opportunity to link back to those valuable older blog posts should be significant. And you really should use that opportunity to captivate your audience and keep them on your blog longer. Give them a better reason to keep reading.
Keen concepts and expectations take time to write. Why would you not share them again?
So, here’s the deal…. The average cup of coffee takes about ten minutes to devour. It’s really too hot to just chug it, so most will take ten minutes or so to drink their coffee and take a break. That’s when most people surf the information sites to get more of what they need to do their own business. Your site is pitch full of value and content, solutions that they can readily use. So, why not keep them reading on your site with a few “click heres“?
Take a moment and look back through all the blog posts you have on your website, and see what you can share again, in a quick link. Give your readers enough quick links to read to keep them busy for about ten minutes and see if you don’t get better results from your online marketing endeavors. I bet you’ll see a difference too.
When you realize the impact your blog can have on your marketing you’ll kill it with marketing. Why? You ask? Of course, you’ll want to know how, and what the big secrets are to bringing in those valuable readers, but the biggest key will be how you keep them involved.