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Search Results for: blog
Thrive Architect just got better.
If you’ve just updated and are using it, you might have noticed something new at the bottom of your elements panel:
You may remember that we previously had a Post Grid element, but just improved it by adding a world of front-end editing and logic rules. We also renamed it as the Post List.
With this element, you can dynamically display a custom list of your posts anywhere on your site that will auto-populate when you publish new content. It’s a great way to keep your website visitors around by promoting content similar to what they originally came for.
Check out the video and read the post below to learn how to use this new element to bring unbeatable customization to your pages and posts.
WordPress Tags vs Categories: when should you use them on your blog, and what exactly is the difference between them? If you're reading this, you've probably got some system or other, for how you apply them to your content.
But how much do you really understand about categories and tags? How exactly are they different from each other? And how should you use them to get the most SEO benefit and make your website engaging and easy to navigate?
In this post, you'll discover everything you could reasonably want to know (plus a bit more) about categories and tags.
If you’re building a website for the first time, then this article is for you. And if you’ve already got a blog, then these are the next 3 blog articles you need to write.
But these aren't just any 3 blog articles. No, these will work together to form a powerful content marketing funnel.
“A marketing funnel made from Blog posts?
Is that really a thing?”
Yes it is, and if that idea intrigues you, then you're in the right place.
Aside from headlines, what's the most consumed piece of content on your blog?
This isn't supposed to be a trick question or some kind of unexpected reveal. The answer is likely plastered at the top of every article you've ever published.
Like moths to a flame, human eyes are automatically drawn to a blog's featured images and will visually devour them without even intending to do so.
Your featured images must not only illustrate the content you’ve posted, but should also create a visual identity that works to consistently build your website's brand.
Go ahead and take a quick peek at your website’s blog grid. Do the images work together to create a unique website identity or do they lack an overarching design theme?
If you think your blog has room for improvement in this department, don’t worry.
We've got just the course to teach you How To Craft Featured Images That Engage Traffic and Boost Your Online Identity.
24 per second = 1,481 per minute = 88,888 in an hour = just above 2.13 million per day.
That's not the number of times you blink your eyes... it's the number of blog posts published every single day on WordPress powered websites. (source)
It's safe to say that just publishing content will not cut it anymore if you want to capture people's attention, keep them engaged and have them interact with your business.
You'll need to step up your game...
Watch the video to discover 4 ways to make your content more enjoyable to read and more efficient for your online business.
Your website is up and running and you’re publishing insightful posts on your blog regularly. You are proud of your articles because they show your expertise and they deliver value to your audience.
But there’s a problem. They’re just not ranking in Google!
… But something is missing.
What’s missing is the one thing that separates the big boys and girls from the rest on the content marketing crowd...
The pros are actively building links to their content.
The reason I know they are, is because I used to work for an agency who offered link building as a service.
That’s right, getting links is so important that people pay agencies to do this for them.
Now, I understand that this is not something you budgeted for, so that’s why in this post I’m going to show you:
Sounds good? Alright then, let’s get started...
The more you publish on your blog, the more traffic you get. This is a general rule in content marketing and it's backed by many studies. But what types of content should you be creating for the web? And what's the point in getting more traffic, if the traffic doesn't also lead to more conversions?
To grow you business and not just increase a vanity metric in your analytics dashboard, it's clear that you have to be strategic about what kind of content you create.
In this post, you'll discover the 5 types of content you should be publishing regularly. Knowing the 5 post types makes it a lot easier to figure out what to write next. Plus, if you create posts of each of these types, you'll have a strong blog that attracts traffic, builds your brand and converts readers into customers.
Have you ever faced the sobering truth, that no matter how frequently you publish articles, your website is just not picking up on organic results?
This is a common issue.
But what if I told you that it’s possible to spice up your blog with certain SEO-driven article types that, besides engaging your readers, also please search engines?
We recently added a new feature to Thrive Architect, called Content Blocks. These new content templates are ‘Content Block Elements’ with a preformatted layout that you can add to your article with only a few clicks. This new feature will help you organize your SEO content into a nice layout without having to do any formatting yourself.
In this post, we discuss how can you use these Content Blocks to build up specific content types your readers and search engines will love.
Ever get writer's block? Here's something you can do whenever that strikes to give a boost to your blog without having to create a completely new post…
I’m talking about the historical optimization of your old blog posts. Historical optimization means that you optimize your old blog posts so they’re fresh, up-to-date and have the ability to generate increased traffic.
You already know about Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and why it’s important for the success of your website. But... optimizing old posts?
If you’ve been blogging for a long time, chances are that you have already published tens, if not hundreds of articles on your blog, so maybe it’s time to dust these forgotten articles off and rework them to become valuable, fresh pieces of content on your website again.
Keep reading to learn how you can recycle some of your old posts to boost your SEO outcomes instead of constantly having to write new articles.