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People start blogging in sake of money. But in the middle they fail to continue due to various reason. Here are some few tips that may help you .

Good content

When it comes to blogging, you need to have quality of content. People will be interested in your blog only if you write good content. The next thing is if people are interested in your blog, you should write articles frequently at least 5 times a week.


Today organic results from Search Engine have a major role in traffic because people Google everything. Bloggers are concentrating both on page optimization and off page optimization to rank in Top 3 position on particular keywords. This has made business companies to open blogs in their website, enrich with relevant content, Optimize the website to see better conversions.


When people land on your page, they look at your logo, design and then content. You should attract the people who are visiting your site for the first time. Although Search engine doesn’t consider W3C validation (even Google home page doesn’t have validation), you should consider this for your loyal readers.

Please see the result of W3C validation for Google.


Also check this video:

Connecting with other bloggers

Many bloggers think “I write great content and I see hundreds of visits for an article once it is published but still I don’t see any comment for the article”. It is because people are like passing clouds. They read what the article about and move. They don’t have patience in commenting. The most case people comment is while trying to solve an issue. They also may comment when there is a giveaway and offers. Connecting to other bloggers can help you to see feedback. They comment on your site if the article is good and also for building their back link. That can help to write more articles.

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5 comments… add one
  • Great post. Keep them coming!

  • Nice info. I tried to do W3C validation but i wasn’t successful

    • Yup. Like Matt Cutts said, “without W3C validation, the homepage loads faster”

  • Nice post. I have a question for you..I recently changed my keywords and site description will my organic traffic inflow be affected because of this? I did to make them more relevant to my content.

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