A lot of people are interested in increasing the pageviews of their websites.
With Google Adsense having people click onto more pages helps your revenue immensely, but how do you make them read more than one page when they see your website?
We’ll go through plenty of strategies that can help you increase your pageviews.
Here are a few tips:
1. Create pages within the blog
Make pages inside the blog that contain reference material you refer to regularly in your posts. These static pages will likewise get crawled and indexed by the search engines and as you write posts about your topics you can assign individuals to these static pages as references to what you are posting about.
2. Use articles as static pages
You can republish articles on any topic for free by visiting one of the many article directories. Then suggest people read the articles that are relevant to the post you are making. You could also add one article as a new page every time you make a post.
3. Refer to other posts you have made on your blog
Refer to other articles you have made on your website or on a different one of your blogs while posting. This makes the reader click over to earlier posts. You can also choose your posts by browsing earlier posts and selecting which one to follow up on. Also it will increase your pageviews. Those archives are not to be missed and ignored. It’s fabulous stuff, (you wrote it right?), so use it.
4. Build a page that links to your favorite posts that are timeless
Design a page that links to your chosen posts that are timeless. You browse your past posts, find posts that you want readers to notice quickly, then create a links page with those posts directly linked. Then add a link to such a page from your leading page. Call it favorite posts or anything and you will profit from those that click through and follow those links.
5. Post before about the “more” tag
I’ve posted here before about the “more” tag. You can write your post as usual, then decide where you want to break the post up onto a new page. You can put more tags in and readers have to click on a new page to read the rest of the story.
6. Write regularly
Write once per week about specific projects. These are a series of blogs on a particular topic. You can offer it once per week providing readers a week to comment on it, later have them hanging on for next week’s exclusive post in the series. Every time add links to earlier posts in that series.
7. Use your content from your other platforms
Using your content from your other platforms or website is also an excellent way to get more pageviews for each of them. Use the target new tag and apply it to the material on your separate website or platforms. It will begin a new window leaving the current blog open while they visit your other website or blog. You can quickly increase your pageviews while also presenting your readers to your other platforms.
8. Make a list of your previous posts
Make a list of your 5 or 10 earlier posts and the links to those posts. Make a post in your blog about 10 things you need your readers to understand and read in case they have not to done it already. At your recommendation they will at least go see if they have read those posts ahead, improving your pageviews once again plus taking old stuff to new users. That also lets them know they should browse the archives for things they have missed.
9. Visit other blogs on your topic
By using that same list of 10 posts or a different one, see other blogs on your topic. Discover posts that speak about something related to one of those 10 posts, then instead of adding a link in your signature to the landing page, make a comment there and refer to the blog post that is alike and that includes helpful information to that blogger and their readers. Make sure it actually contains useful information. Don’t be trolls or spammers and you will end up with new readers and more extra pageviews for your blog.
10. Do not stop being creative
Don’t stop being creative. Use the suggestions in this blog post, plus create some of your own methods and ideas to interlink your blogposts mutually. Design pages. Don’t just post and ignore. That content is important, utilize it. Do not make somebody search your blog. They are lazy and busy. Bring it to them. That is just great customer service.
I hope this article helps you learn there is more to blogging than just writing a post once in a while or daily. If you apply the tips I just gave you within your blog I promise you will improve your pageviews which in turn will improve your revenue if practicing an ad program in your blog.
It’s a matter of choosing what subject matter will be your specialty and keeping up to date on that subject with the latest information available whether that is a blog or video or even subscribing to a particular newsletter.
For all practical purposes, you have to become an expert in that field.
Freelancing and specializing on any special topic can make you well known in your community and you can get offers to speak at particular civic organizations, institutions, and other events.
You need to choose who your clients are going to be and whether you will run your services out to publications and online magazines, start your own publication, or prepare both.
The sky is truly the limit as freelance writing is one of the most adjustable home-based professions you can begin.
Another option you may need to choose is to write ad copy or booklets for local businesses as a copywriter.
Becoming familiar with the advertising field in addition to the writing professional would be valuable in that you will gain a better knowledge of how advertising copy is worded and other small differences that are suggestive of that field.
If you think you need to master your writing skills or you feel you did not do well in English.
There are lots of home and online communication courses that will have you writing like a pro in very little time.
Also, you may want to check out any extension courses offered at your local community college in your own town.
There are many online possibilities available to freelance writers.
New websites are rising every day and if you have website making or designing skills in addition to writing skills, you can write your own ticket.
You could give them a relevant service by providing both a basic website and a written copy for the website.
In short freelance writing can be a very effective field and with a little imagination, you can have a new profession started from your very private kitchen in a short time at all.
Now it’s time to put in the effort! Keep sharpening your skills and mastering self-marketing on sites like Instagram and LinkedIn, and you could find yourself earning some great money through your freelance writing.
Have you successfully started your own home business? Tell me all about it!
Podcasts for freelancers fill a gap that you may not understand.
Being a freelancer is not as simple as it seems.
Absolutely, you get to be your own boss and that’s a surprisingly big reason.
But there are many complex aspects to maintaining your own business.
Not only do you have to balance several clients at the same time, but as a freelancer, you also frequently find yourself working at odd hours, trying to find the right work stability, and seeking to stay up-to-date with industry updates.
After making all that, there’s barely any time left to learn anything new.
And that is terrible, especially as a freelancer.
Here is where podcasts for freelancers come in.
They support you remain in the circle with the freshest tools and trends in the industry without taking up your time.
There are various podcasts out there right now that allow pretty much the related thing, in the convenience of your own place, and they’re all available to download.
So why aren’t you taking benefits?
One cause may be because there’s just too many to choose from, you don’t honestly know where to begin.
In that matter, let me help you out.
Get started with these five interesting podcasts for freelancers, and you’ll shortly be more motivated, apprised, and excited to make a difference in your way to freelance work, this will boost your earnings, well-being, and satisfaction levels to new heights.
Here are 5 interesting podcasts every freelancer should listen to:
Do you just want to become a freelancer because of the benefits of being your own boss?
Before you start your freelancing, you need to get very clear on why you need to start freelancing. Once you have your goals in mind, how you utilize your limited amount of time will define your level of success with freelancing.
10 Steps to Start a Freelance Business While Working Full-Time in 2021
1. Define Your Goals
Setting your goals are very important because it will motivate you to work harder and helps you to improve your skills. So, you will keep growing as a professional.
Without simply defined, clearly measurable goals, you’re going to have a very hard time getting to where you want to go.
Start freelancing part-time or as a side hustle:
Freelancing as a side hustle is a great place to start. Because as a beginner, you don’t need to take pressure to generate more income immediately.
You’ll get more time to think about what you want to do further and what type of work you do and the clients you do it for.
How much time you have:
It also depends on how much time you have. How much time will you spend networking because freelancing is often built from relationships, and those relationships take time to build.
2. Find a Profitable Niche
The next and most important, step is to find yourself a profitable niche.
Don’t choose a skill in which people are successful so you have to do it.
Be a Specialist. Stick to an area of expertise and focus on that for best results, to be a niche or specialist freelancer.
Your different skills are your greatest asset. Identify the different skills you’ve polished over the years that other people may not have. This is why they will pay you.
Let’s say; You are an agency owner and you need a good copy for your Google ad campaign that convinces people to buy, would you rather choose someone who is a generalist or a copywriting expert? Well, I’ll choose the specialist every time.
Consider starting freelancing with skills from previous jobs, hobbies, or self-taught skills.
3. Level up your skills
Once you decide on your skills, practice your skills by doing types of projects that you want to finally be paid to work on.
Suppose, you want to be a freelance writer for travel and lifestyle blogs. This category is very huge and has good demand. You have some writing experience about it in your school days.
But this whole thing is different from that. Essays and articles have different writing formats and styles. Like you need to learn how to use WordPress, how to make graphics for your article, etc.
You can’t just jump right in without even trying to learn the basics.
That’s why You need to polish up your skills first.
Your online presence can work for you in various ways, whether that’s to attract more clients you really want to work with, connect yourself as an authority in your industry, or scale up your work.
And you don’t need to spend money or a massive amount of time in marketing yourself but you have to be consistent and connect with the right people.
Start with your profile, mentions your most necessary skills, and give people a reason to contact you.
After you’ve worked with a few clients and have a better idea of why they hired you, you can go back and update your profile with the new information.
5. Create your portfolio
Sometimes you got projects easily from friends or family, but clients need a reason to trust you most of the time.
It doesn’t matter if you have a degree or years of experience, If you can’t show clients that you’re skilled at what you do, they will never hire you.
Your portfolio is your most important tool for getting new clients.
How to display your portfolio?
There are a lot of free sites to make an amazing portfolio like Dribble, Instagram, or Behance. But if you like, you can also create your own website or blog for your samples.
Having a website and not being dependent on a third party like social media, will be a huge benefit in the long run.
What to include in your portfolio?
If you are a content writer like me, you can create a portfolio page on a site to show off all your blogs and articles.
Keep in mind that if you’re requiring to pursue a specific type of work, and you need to make sure that’s exactly what you highlight in your portfolio.
6. Identify Your Target Clients
When I first started Social Media Marketing as a freelancer, I worked for anyone who was willing to pay me. and this drove me to work on projects for clients who didn’t get the value of the work I was doing.
To identify your target client, start by listing the characteristics or qualities of the person you would ideally want to work with. It’s not as difficult as you might think.
Don’t overthink this. Open up a blank document or notebook and start writing.
For me, an ideal client is smart, experienced, communicate properly, and understands the value of what I’m offering
Focus on the business value you can provide to your client.
7. Charge The Right Price
Figuring the right price for your services is a challenging part and it’s important to think how you plan on charging clients.
Will you be hourly?
Will you charge a flat fee?
Will you use project quotes?
Once you decided your pricing structure, start figuring out how much your services are going to cost.
Keep in mind, There’s no such thing as prices that are too high.
Finding the right price for your services will probably take some time. You should keep trying until you get it right.
8. Perfect Your Pitching
Pitching is such an important part of freelancing.
If you want to start freelancing, you need to learn how to pitch yourself!
It’s not just about creating new and attractive proposals, your progress depends on how you’re selecting new works, how you put your value premises, and how much research you do before the time.
If you really want to start your freelancing business and winning new clients, you need to be ready to communicate those strengths and convert your conversations into paying clients.
Here are the example;
Hi [name of client],
I’m a freelancer and a great follower of your business. I noticed you newly expanded your product line into the consumer market. Congratulations.
I know this because I was interested in purchasing your [product name] myself, but got a bit lost in the special information on your website.
I have experience in writing case studies in your industry and some of my recent and relevant clips are [Name of clip], [Name of clip], and [Name of clip]. My website and further details are here.
If this idea is of interest, I would be delighted to discuss it with you to scope out a brief and likely fee. I look forward to hearing from you. My phone number is [your number] and I am based in [city name]
Are there any other tactics I didn’t cover that you’ve used to make big profits in your freelancing career? Share with me in the comments, I’m eager to hear them!