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The Ultimate Guide to Building and Maintaining a Viral Website or Blog


Owning a successful website or blog online requires you to have relevant material. If you don’t already know this, you should start immediately.

Cut it out.

High-quality material relevant to your audience will attract new readers and encourage repeat visits. It’s also what gets picked up and used by search engines. You’ll need a few principles to adhere to that will aid you in developing some compelling content, whether your website includes instructions on how to detail a car, a guide on internet traffic recommendations, or a recipe for your favorite cookies (chocolate chip, please).

Make sure your website material is simple to read, and the subject is of interest to the target audience. Dry, irrelevant statistics on any topic are boring to read, and your content should reflect who you are and what you offer. The more people like you, the more likely they will buy what you’re selling. Focus your website’s content on areas in which you excel. If you want to write well, it helps to write about something you are familiar with. People will be more inclined to bookmark your site and return in the future if you provide them with beneficial information in simple stages (people appreciate short suggestions).

Put off the good stuff till later. In the case of content creation, this is especially true. Making an engaging first line and paragraph is essential if you want people to keep reading your post. Avoid writing in dull, uninteresting language since your visitor will likely just hit the back button instead of reading.

Make sure the page loads quickly. A typical internet user has a three-second attention span. While you have no say over how fast a user’s internet connection is, several factors within your control will affect how quickly they see your page, article, blog post, or website.

Avoid adding stationary sounds or flashing pictures, which may slow the download time. Overwhelming the reader with too many animated banners and blaring sounds is aggravating. Only one pop-up window per reader upon entry or departure is appropriate. If you want people to return to your website, you should avoid overwhelming them. If you need to illustrate something, like how to set up an air conditioner, do it with a short, well-optimized image.

In the same way that pop-up windows slow downloading, so do photos that are too large. When a web page takes too long to load, the visitor is likelier to click away before seeing the site’s contents. If you feel it’s necessary, you can always provide your visitor with a link to an external site so they may view the photographs in their full size.

Avoid overly-protracted passages. Use bite-sized chunks of relevant data to prove your points. When broken down into manageable chunks, information is easier to retain. People love tips; they’re concise, straightforward, and simple to remember.

Throw out any content that doesn’t add anything to the discussion. Avoid stuffing an article with irrelevant material only to make it seem like you know more than you do. Keywords are the same way. Use a few well-placed keywords for search engine optimization, but don’t go overboard. When submitting to article directories, where articles are routinely inspected and approved by human editors, overloading will likely trigger spam filters.

Have fun, and be sure to post new content frequently. Please increase the amount of chocolate chips in the cookies.

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