My blog posts have always generally reflected what’s going on in my life in one way or another. Sometimes it’s a business focus, sometimes personal, sometimes a combination of the two.
Lately my blog posts have been sporadic at best, and that’s because I’m spending 90% of my waking time obsessed with something I can’t talk about yet (yes, annoying vagueblogging – but you will find out when I’m ready. Promise).
Blogs typically have a really high bounce rate. Most visitors will click a link from search engines or social media, read the post it takes them to, and then disappear off. When I was looking at my bounce rate recently, I noticed that some days it was as high as 90% (what?!).
Here are some things I did that really helped to bring that number down…and keep it down.
Sharing other people’s content on social media has a lot of benefits. You can develop relationships, extend your network, and feed your hungry audience even on the days you aren’t publishing new content yourself.
You may be thinking, ‘Great, but where do I find an endless supply of good content to share every day?’