Blogger Outreach: Step-by-step Guide For Beginners

The following is a guest post by Anna Rud. Anna is a Content Marketer at Serpstat. Establishing an active presence on external resources, developing rich and quality content, implementing of brand strategy and many other are her key responsibilities. As marketers, we know that blogger outreach is an art. Even after years of working in the niche, you still can’t know…

7 Reasons Why A Focused And Narrow Target Audience Is Great For A Blog

Recently the question came up if a narrow target audience or small niche would be at all good for a blog. And while the question is totally legitimate there is not much reason not to go for a blog for a narrow niche – as long as you have enough ideas for topics to cover on the blog, products to…

17 Small Mistakes That Stop You From Getting Big Time Traffic To Your Blog

When you are starting out with your blog – or even when you are already blogging for a couple of months – to find an audience for your blog is often hard. The number one reason why bloggers give up, ist because they fail to get enough readers to their blog. In today’s internet world, there are millions of blogs…

Blogging in 2016: 4 Ideas To Change Your Approach (And Win The Future)

Wake up! We’ve got 2016 – not 2006. If you are blogging in 2016, you must not try to achieve success with the same approach as you would have done in 2006. Why? Because times have changed – and if you want blogging success in 2016 – you absolutely must change too! So here are some ideas on how to…

Why You Need to Approach Blogging Like a Business (Blogging Is NOT Art)

I recently made a discovery: Quite a few successful bloggers started their now famous blogs after failing at a different business. Let me give you an example: Uber-blogger Jeff Bullas, who writes one of the most successful marketing blogs in the world. Seven years ago Jeff went through a divorce; his business went bankrupt, and he was 50,000$ in debt.…

Blogging Success: 7 Reasons New Bloggers Fail

Recently in the comment section of an article on businesses grow by Mark Schaefer (“Why you don’t want to be Chris Brogan“) a discussion between Jay Baer and Jonathan came up if in today’s internet world Jay would still build his business around a blog or if it even would be possible today to really grow a successful blog. From…