Planning your content and producing them regularly are keys to a website that’s easily seen and searched on the internet. No matter the trend, quality content is still the most essential consideration that publishers need to focus on.

It’s time to check on your content strategies to ensure that you gain traffic moving towards the end of 2013. By doing this at this point, you can also be sure your site will do well when the new year comes.

Post Regularly

This important step cannot be overemphasized. If you want to attract a steady stream of visitors, adding blog posts on a regular basis is a must.

Each post does not have to be too long. A word count of 250 to 300 is fine. After all, you need to keep in mind that internet users often don’t have very long attention span. Some are okay reading the headlines while the others are fine reading through the first two to three paragraphs.

Another tip is to break down your long post into several parts. If you can’t help writing a longer article than usual, it’s a good idea to make it into a series.

Schedule Your Posts

Once you have several posts ready, schedule the day and time you want them published. Most blog platforms such as WordPress and Blogger allow this. A benefit of doing scheduling posts is it will free up your time, not to mention lessen your stress.

Relevant Blog Posts

Consider as well the relevance of each post to the other previous topics covered. This will keep your visitors engaged.

Another thing to remember is to include a link to an old and relevant post in every new article that you add to your blog. This step will not only benefit your readers but can also attract search engines.

Outsource It

Finally, consider outsourcing your other tasks if you’ll be concentrating on the writing aspect. On the other hand, you can also outsource the writing work if can find a capable writer you can rely on for coming up with quality and engaging articles.

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