How to Write Blog Post that attracts Search Engine Results

August 5, 2007 at 4:12 pm 3 comments

1. Understand your blog and what you want
Every other How to Blog article would tell you the same thing – find your niche market. You’ll need to understand the kind of crowd you wants to attract. Your blog has to revolve around topics that capture that niche interest you’re pursuing and hopefully, a fruitful results at the end of your hard day’s work. Take Uncommon Magic for example, it tells you the everyday story of a city folk – that’s me. I write about pretty much everything, and tries to stays in touch with topics that in my opinion, you’re looking for. Also, I tries to do my bits to find that “uncommon magic” in my everyday life and shares with you, however small or intricate it is. In return, I get to practice my Copywriting and better honed my communication skills in real life.

2. Write informative, keyword intensive and search engine friendly title
It sounds as simple as it is. Take this post for example, the title is straight to the point and informative for anyone looking for ways to attracts search engine to their blog. Try to keep away from writing title such as “Oh my god, I’m late!”, or the like of “Incredible Pudding Ever” but rather, tries to position it differently in the light of “Time Management, Lesson for Office Late Comer” and perhaps “Traditional Slow Baked Pudding, Jenny Home Secret Recipe”. You’ll be surprise at the wonders title can make to drive search engine traffic to your blog.

3. Integrate with your community, be in the know of what’s going on
Read the news. Publish your own view on articles that caught your attention. Write informative content that debate points or additional information on top of what you get from the published piece of news. It is also useful to provide link back to the referrer article if it is available on-line.

4. Do not afraid to link
Make friends with your fellow bloggers. Give proper credits where it’s due. Provide link to the reference websites/blogs if you do use one. Having proper link connections with other more established websites/blogs do increase your chances to attract search engine results.

5. Analyze your reader behavior, read the search keyword that drive traffics
You’ll need to monitor the search keywords that your reader used to reach your blog. Take lead from the list of keywords and learn what your readers are looking for in our huge bloggersphere. Write relevant articles based on your search keywords in return of more search results traffic. Populating the keywords across your article will help to generate sufficient amount of keywords density in favor of better search results ranking that goes without saying, increasing your blog traffic.

This article is a mean to share with you things I’ve learnt over the period of 69 days of my blog existence as well as knowledge which I gained through reading over the web. It is by no mean a proven tips/method of how to increase your blog traffic. Do share with me your views on this topic shall you happened to stumbled upon Uncommon Magic.


Entry filed under: blogging, community, general interest, knowledge, marketing, reading.

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. rio3000gt  |  August 6, 2007 at 12:23 am

    Thats a very informative post! I will try out some of your tips..


  • 2. magicwizard  |  August 6, 2007 at 8:01 am

    Thanks for reading Rio. I certainly hope that you find it useful in your blogging ventures 😉

  • 3. rayearth2601  |  December 6, 2008 at 11:52 pm

    thanks sharingnya ya


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