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It got to a point where I was saying, "Oh please, not you again, just let me miss you already!" So I unsubscribed from all the others. Reply Neil Patel Use the data to define how often, but make sure you always aim high for quality of your posts. Don’t know whom to tell? Dries Cronje Mar 27, 2012 @ 14:55:02 Hey Jason!

I need help, can't post a screen shot! 1 year 2 months ago #307103 RainbowDashie Offline Senior Boarder Always 20% Cooler Posts: 60 Thank you received: 132 I have the same Note down any clear pattern of traffic jumping higher (like Alex had at CalorieSecrets.com) once you cross a certain number of posts on your blog. people try to implement crazy strategies without thinking it through. And what, it's not great compared to an A-List blog???

But promo posts (like an eBook, template, webinar or a download) attracted the maximum number of leads. Which brings up the question: what's your take on blog series and daily posts that are concentrated around a theme for a specific period of time? Tracking What can I do if my package has a tracking number but wasn’t delivered? Sandra Mar 27, 2012 @ 18:32:59 One of the purposes of my site is to wade through the overwhelming amount of information and share the best of the best.

I have some legitimate questions that I'm looking for answers too. Only a few SEO bloggers can put efforts to write such good content every day on a good time. I would feel honored of it helped some bloggers. So far, I have also noticed an increase in time on page.

I wished I'd had that creativity with me..:D Thanks.. Elizabeth Barone Mar 27, 2012 @ 20:07:41 This was a seriously kickass post. Let me know if you need anything else. Or sign in with one of these services Sign in with Facebook Sign in with Twitter Sign in with Google Sign Up This Topic All Content This Topic This Forum Advanced

If you need help with anything else please don't hesitate to ask. Best of luck! URL: http://www.SilentPoints.com Reply Patel Shoeb Another Great Post Neil, Thanks a lot for this awesome post. ii) After posting at a consistent frequency and time, you can consider experimentation based on your available resources.

Or is the mail verification still broken? 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites SweX 865 Group: Most Valued Members Posts: 2266 Kudos: 865 Joined: May I was blown away. All that really matters is the total number of inbound leads received by companies against the number of blog content pieces published. Especially number 5- that one is the cherry on top of numbers 1 through 4.

They decide the blog has some good stuff, but too "watered down" by not so good stuff. Get immediate responses. Liked everyone here, I used to post every single day on my blog. http://apksoftware.com/need-help/need-help-with-mb-intermittant-post.html Look for similarities between successful posts.

Get Rich Slowly is a great example of a blog that has grown to over one million readers a month by publishing 7-10 posts/week. Help with: Delivery status of a trackable item Community mailboxes Postage rates Sending and receiving mail Email marketing: inquiries and unsubscribing Monday to Friday, 7 a.m. – 11 p.m. Here's to bringing creativity back to blogging..

Clement Reply Neil Patel Clement, sounds like you've made some major strides over the year.

You can't sacrifice your quality in exchange for quantity, or your audience will start moving away from you because ultimately they are seeking valuable content. All your strategies make perfect sense. Danasia Mar 27, 2012 @ 15:28:27 What a great article! Glad you liked it… Jo Ann Schlicker Mar 27, 2012 @ 15:39:24 My blog is young but growing.

However, I do not have time to post one per day so I decided to post on every other day. In fact, I find it hard to post even weekly. Several functions may not work. Check This Out Anthony Smits Mar 27, 2012 @ 14:38:59 Good to meet, Dries.

Brian really has carved out a great space with some unique tactics. Every page is a landing page. You should spend time conducting interviews with niche authorities. Change peoples' lives.

Dries Cronje Mar 27, 2012 @ 14:10:53 I see the creative marketing juices is already starting to flow, Amandah. I've built sites in the past that attracts 30,000 search engine visitors from Google, every month, but convert very few of those into listies. I need to market that post I just published. Conni Mar 27, 2012 @ 17:28:27 "People retweeted it 1,075 times, liked it 122 times, and +1’ed it 38 times.

But its not 100% effective as we have seen lately when some spam slipped through, but I would say that it's better to use this method than not use anything at Steven Pressfield says going pro is essential if we want to overcome self-sabotage. Let’s look at their results. Build an autoresponder around that topic, splitting your advice into about seven parts.

Post one a day if the quality is stellar. Desiree Mar 27, 2012 @ 14:44:19 wedding blogs get hundreds of thousands of readers a day and they post 1-15 times a day ie. Once you have an idea, craft an excellent headline — one that will get the click. A lot of markets are rabid for information.

I'm not sure how else to do it but would greatly appreciate any suggestions - because I'm getting decent traffic and stats but not engagement. At present I am working on lead magnet(free pdf guide) and landing page.