Making Your Blog Stickier

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It’s been two weeks since we posted on improving your blog’s stickiness. Ready for the second dose?

There’s some overlap between Nate Whitehill’s list that we linked to before and today’s Blogging Tips list, namely the advice to “ask questions.” Blogging Tips’ list focuses more on consistency and continuing the conversation with your readers and commenters. Other tips include:

  • Focus on your topic (and focus your topic)
  • Keep interacting via email, IM, etc.
  • Disagree
  • Don’t get corrupted—though I don’t understand quite what he’s getting at in his explanation.

Of course, since I found this via ProBlogger, I’ll also point you to some useful articles that Darren wrote a while back: his series on Keeping First Time Blog Visitors parts 1, 2, 3, and 4.

Now, because I’ve just been told several times and ways to end posts with a question, I ask again: what do you think is an appropriate goal for blog stickiness? How do you work on your blog’s stickiness?



Making Your Blog Stickier
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About Jordan McCollum
Jordan McCollum is a staff writer for the popular marketing blog Marketing Pilgrim. She has worked in search engine optimization with clients including 3M, Little Giant Ladders and ADP. After graduating from Brigham Young University, Jordan joined the SEO copywriting team at the Internet marketing firm 10x Marketing. After 10x closed its doors in December 2006, Jordan became a freelance writer and Internet marketing consultant specializing in SEO. She also has extensive experience with web analytics, conversion rate enhancement and e-mail marketing. WebProNews Writer
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