Lately there has been a lot of emphasis on writing in a way that will produce a good experience for the reader.
So to better explain what I mean is that when you write blog posts you should be writing them from your own personal experience. Telling your story is going to help your readers better connect with you and cause them to return for future posts and possibly share your site with everyone they know.
It is interesting to see how the content management on the web has really evolved into a more social platform. This could be due to the pressures and demands of big brand companies wanting to connect with their target market audience by means of the internet.
This means that the search engines have to produce more relevant and high quality results that fit what the user is looking for. How long is people staying on a site? are they commenting or engaging with the webmaster.
Also how knowledgeable is the niche site on the particular topic, is there an expansive amount of content that is focused and providing answers to questions?
These are things for bloggers to consider and to compete with other blogs in the virtual world it is your duty to be able to provide the best information, research and tutorials for your readers.
Is your content valuable? Well the only way to know is to take a look at popular sites that are showing up on the first page of the search results.
Type in any keyword phrase and see what are the top sites, check to see how they lay out their posts and how the visitors interact with each other.
Take time to study your audience and give them what they want, it must not be so focused on selling them things or full of advertisements. Google wants to know that you are putting the subscriber first and money second.
Passion websites are ones that go into a particular hobbie or trade and it talks about every aspect of the industry.
If you know something about the topic it will come across in a more personal way and that is how you want to build all your blogs from now on.
Cold and impersonal blogs do not work as well anymore. If people are clicking off your site in a matter of seconds than the computer learning system that Google has in place will know that this must not be a good site for visitors.
Give the artificial intelligence something to chew on, make indept reports, give examples, post pictures, graphs, videos and add concepts that will require visitors to come back and link to you.
It may seem like lots of work but think about your competitors they are doing what they have to do to stay in the top spots in the search engines and you should to.