The Blogging Millionaire podcast teaches you the secret blogging strategies that pro bloggers use to grow their traffic and monetize their blogs. Our host built his blog to over 1 million monthly visitors in less than two years after his first blog post. He will guide you down the path to becoming a master of blogging, WordPress, SEO, search engine marketing, internet marketing, social media marketing, email marketing, email list building, content marketing, website engagement, conversion optimization and many many more to help you build your very own blogging empire.
Increasing Domain Authority and Google Rankings with Pillar Posts
One of the most effective ways to build domain authority and boost all of your Google rankings is to publish pillar posts.
The High Traffic High Income Blog Post Formula
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How to Recover Lost Rankings Before They Are Lost Forever
In this episode, I will teach you how pro bloggers quickly recover lost rankings that occur from content decay.
The 4 Characters that Can Increase Your Traffic by 800%
Once you are on the first page of Google for a specific topic, sometimes it only takes a few adjustments to move from number 7 to the coveted top 3 positions in Google. In the latest stats, the number 7 position in Google search results receives 4% of the clicks. The number one spot receives 31% of the clicks. That means if you move from number 7 to number one, the traffic that your blog will receive will increase by almost 800%.
Recovering from a Core Google Algorithm Update
This week, Search Engine Journal shared John Mueller’s insights on how long it takes to recover from a core algorithm update. John Mueller is Google’s top webmaster trends analyst. John also discussed what bloggers should do when they lose rankings after a core update.
People Also Ask Growth Hacks
In case you are not familiar with People Also Ask, it is a type of featured snippet that shows up on the first page of Google for different keyword searches. This snippet actually shows up in 50 percent of desktop searches and 66 percent of mobile searches.