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You are posting what you believe are informative and interesting articles and yet the traffic is not what it should be. Could it be that your headlines are just not grabbing the reader’s attention?

Research has proven over time that the most important factor in getting people to view an article and to share it is the title! So here are 5 sure ways to grab more interest with your headlines.
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Did you know that Twitter has three quick and easy ways to help you publicize your blog posts? Let’s look at how to get the most out of each of these three options so you can optimize the exposure your blog can gain and get more blog traffic from your tweets.
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Have you been posting articles on your blog for quite some time with little or no traffic to show for it? Blogging and content marketing are supposed to produce grand results and yet you have not experienced those benefits.

An article by David Fallarme that will show you how to give your blog traffic a boost! Here are a few quotes from his article :

“As a marketer, you’ve likely heard about how great blogging and content marketing is for driving leads and results. So you dive right in: you work hard, brainstorming and writing article after article, hoping that it has some effect, that it’ll move some needle somewhere.

Content marketing can be hard. It takes time and you might make a lot of mistakes along the way.

The good news: You get to learn from those mistakes and improve your content and your strategies.

One of the key lessons I learned early on was the benefit of using frameworks to guide your content marketing strategy. I’d love to share my experience and strategies with you to give you a leg up in the content marketing game.”

There are four frameworks that David explains in detail that will help give your blog traffic a boost. They are:

“1. The Spaghetti Blogging Framework”

“2. The Skyscraper Technique”

“3. The Hedgehog Concept”

“4. Tofu-Mofu-Bofu”
If  you have been finding it difficult getting leads  and  results I urge you to read David’s  Article HERE  and  give your blog traffic a boost.

Make Your Blog More Effective in 5 Easy Steps

You have no doubt heard that SEO or Search Engine Optimization is the way to make your blog more successful. To accomplish this you must research and find keywords that are in favor with the search engines and thus your blog will become more effective or “optimized.”

This approach is alright but it is time consuming and may be successful as far as the search engines are concerned but the article you have written may not be something that is attractive to your readers.

Unless you are an expert in SEO my advice is to devote your time to making your blog more user friendly and the content more beneficial.

Here are some easy steps you can take to do that:

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Answers to Your Blogging Questions

How can a home-based entrepreneur who has just started a business blog hope to make an impact on the market and become a successful blogger?

You certainly cannot just begin posting content on your blog and then sit back and wait for traffic to show up. With so many blogs and so much competition that strategy simply will not work.

According to Wikipedia there are over 246,000,000 known blogs plus all of the Blogger blogs. Only a small percent of those blogs may be business related, but that still may represent millions upon millions competing for business.

So, is it possible for a home-based entrepreneur who has just started a business blog to make an impact on the market? The answer is yes and there are quite a few strategies a business blogger can employ to attract targeted traffic. Here are some tips to help you do that:
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One of the chief objectives of blogging is attracting readers who will become involved. This is especially true if you are blogging for business because it will determine whether or not you make any money.

Unfortunately, for many business-bloggers it can seem nearly impossible not only to attract readers, but to wring any sign of engagement out of them before they click away.

If you are struggling for ways to get more involved readers for your blog, this article is for you.
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Burnout is most often associated with bloggers because they typically generate the most content. However, while burnout may be a more noticeable issue for bloggers it is something that can affect any internet marketer.

This is especially true if you are just getting started and are forced to manage everything yourself. Fortunately, there are a few easy tips you can use to prevent marketing burnout-or at least reduce the impact of it. Here are 4 that work like crazy:

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