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Bloggers, increase the size of your site text. I’ve been on too many websites where font is a size 9. 10+ is ideal.

Also, keep in mind that everyone doesn’t have 20/20 vision. If they have to squint to read your site, that’s too much effort.

Make it easy.


There are 5 plugins that are essential for every Wordpress blog to use for SEO, to keep spam away, to run faster and to get higher pageviews. 

There are 5 plugins that are essential for every Wordpress blog to use for SEO, to keep spam away, to run faster and to get higher pageviews. 




Bloggers and Wordpress site owners, be careful about using free themes. They can be full of malware (bad code/viruses).

I just had to fix someone’s website that was FULL of bad code and they were seeing random things on their site. It was from the theme. All Wordpress themes are not created equal.

You get what you pay for in EVERY sense. Do not go for a theme just because it’s free.


Blog Marketing Tip

Go back to old popular posts and create custom graphics for them. And make them square so you can share on Instagram. It’ll revive an old post, and introduce new readers to some of your work they might have missed.


Look at the title of your blog post. Read the post itself.

If they don’t match in tone, fix one of them.


Look at your last 10 tweets

Are 5 or more of them the same or pointing to the same link or page? If so, you’re doing the internet’s version of “Mommy. Mommy. Momma. MOM. MOOOOM! Ma. Mother. Madre.” It’s annoying in real life and it’s annoying on the web. Diversify your content. Don’t spam your timeline with the same link 10 times in a row. No one will click it.

It’s like yelling your phone number in a room. The first time you yell, people will write it down. The 2nd time, the people who missed it the first time will say “oh yea!” If they hear it the 5th time in 2 minutes, they will block it out.

Try to space out link drops of the same content by a couple of hours on Twitter. 


3 Things You Should Do To Market a Post Immediately After Publishing

* Post it to Facebook, telling folks what it’s about and why it’s awesome. Yes, there are automated ways to do this but people usually click more when they can tell you did it yourself.

* Post it to Twitter, with a short description and short link so it’s RTable. 

* Ping Feedburner so it knows to check your feeds right away

Instant traffic. Might not be a lot, depending on how your current network is. But these will get you started.