I recently discovered something hugely interesting about pinterest traffic to my most popular blog post on this website, and I wanted to share this information with you. Why? Because it’s easy to copy, free, and has been a turning point for me in terms of getting regular, high quality traffic.
In this blog post, you’ll learn:
Why getting high traffic numbers to your site is more than just good SEO, Pinterest and social media efforts
The one thing that separates out my most popular blog post from every other post on this website
The free tool that will help you achieve a similar result with your blog posts
If you are an experienced Instagram blogger, you already know how difficult it is creating the perfect captions. Post writing is easy. However, the main challenge beginners have is creating the caption. The question is should they write captions in a friendly or professional tone? What about using emojis and hashtags? How should one go about it?
So whether you are a blogger or promoter, this beginner guide will help you create the perfect caption that will look as good as your picture. Let’s get to it!
The online business world in 2018 can feel like a tough gig sometimes. No sooner have you mastered a strategy to market your website, the goalposts change. Suddenly there’s a new tool/strategy/social media platform on the horizon that you *have* to learn. Doesn’t it sometimes feel like you are forever playing catch up?
I wanted to use this post to help entrepreneurs get away from that shiny object syndrome, whilst still acknowledging tactics that will work now – in 2018 – rather than in a good old days of the internet (when was that exactly?).
So here are my predictions for what is going to help your business succeed this year; solid proven, strategies that will help you avoid the fads and trends that can set you off path. (more…)
When you started your online business, employment might not have crossed your mind. That’s stuff for the big businesses, isn’t it? You’re just doing your thing and finding your own financial path. And, for as long as a few years, that might have served you well.
But, there may come a stage when you can’t avoid employment any longer. Before you roll your eyes, consider that this is a good thing. If you need to take someone else onboard, it’s a sure sign your business is soaring. And, isn’t that what all entrepreneurs want?
In the business world, speed is of increasing importance. We live in a world where everything is instant. We expect to log on to a website and have all the information we need straight away, we can order goods online and have them with us within a few hours, and we’re getting used to it. We’ve become impatient, and we want things to happen fast. If you run a small sales business, it can be hard to keep up with the bigger companies offering super-fast service and 2-hour delivery windows. But, if you want to do well, it’s essential that you do your best. Here are some improvements that you can make to speed up your business.
If you’re about to increase the freedom you have in your working life by starting your own business – congratulations. So many people would love to do what you’re doing but they simply do not have the guts to move forward and actually quit their job for a leap into the unknown.
Starting your own business can be daunting even if you’re, brimming with an entrepreneurial spirit and a big reason for that is down to the stark fact that roughly 80 percent of new businesses fail in the first year and half will be out of business by the time the five-year mark rolls around – that’s pretty scary! Imagine pouring all of your hopes, dreams, and money into a new company that folds soon after – no one wants that!
The good news is that although many startups fail, there are still many who do not and if you can make it through those first few years, you have a very good chance of still being in business 10, 20 even 30 years down the line. Not only that, but there are lots of things you can do to tip the odds in your favor and get through those early years a little easier…
Although we are all increasingly doing business online and e-commerce is booming where bricks and mortar stores are not, in many cases, there are still plenty of things that online retailers can learn from retail shops in the real world.