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31 Days To Build A Better Blog by Darren Rowse

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While your readers come to your blog to read what you have to say, I find that they’re always appreciative of links to quality content. relationships between bloggers grew with each link 3. everyone’s blogs grew. While this still happens today on blogs to some degree, much of the sharing of links has moved to other media, like Twitter, Facebook, and social bookmarking sites. Nowadays, bloggers rarely link to other blogs on their blog because they’re either doing it elsewhere or they feel that by linking, they’d be helping a competitor.

I’m sure WordPress has that stuff all under control” is a common thought in blogging circles. Don’t have a mobile version of your blog? To be fair, your readers probably can access your blog without too much difficulty through their browsers. But is that the best experience you can provide for them? The best place to get a feel for mobile blog options is … on your phone! Grab your phone and navigate to your blog. Don’t just land on the homepage—try navigating to a story, make a comment, and so on.

Keep an eye on your ad revenues, commenting stats, and so on. This is the best way to measure the impacts of the work you do on your mobile site— and put yourself in the best position to make advantageous changes in future. Of course, if you really want to get inside the heads of mobile users who visit your blog on their phones, you could always survey them. This can be particularly useful for getting insights into where they access your blog (On public transport? ) and how much or why they engage with your posts—downloading PDFs, commenting, or sharing, for example— when they’re on the go.

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