Having a blog is great. However, odds are, if you’ve just started out you’re not getting a whole lot of traffic. And even if you have been blogging for a while you might not get the amount of traffic you’re hoping for. That’s why today I want to show you six proven ways to increase your traffic to give your blog the visibility it deserves.
Engagement on your blog gives you as a blogger a note of authority and establishes trust in your readers. But sometimes, engagement just doesn’t happen which makes your blog look like a ghost town rather than a place to linger. So how can you actually boost engagement on your blog? How do you get those shares, comments, and links? I will show you eight ways to effectively increase engagement on your blog.
When looking at different Company Websites, one thing really stands out: Almost every Company has a Blog. But is it really necessary for every Company to have a Blog? Why should they? And when should they better not start writing one? These are questions I am addressing in this article.
Content Marketing seems to be the buzzword in the world of Marketing these days. Still a lot of companies and individuals don't know how to use it right in a way that it brings in paying customers. In this article I want to explain what Content Marketing is and how to use it to drive profitable customer action.
They say when you're not happy with a certain situation, change it or leave it. That's what I did: I was unhappy with my job, so I left it and created my own business while traveling the world. Here is how I did and how you can do it too.
A lot of people find themselves unsatisfied with there current jobs or careers. At some point, things have to change in order to get better. But what if you don't know *what* it is that has to change because you actually don't even know what you want to do for a living? Well, I would say then it's time to go on a date with your inner self and find out what your true passion is. Once you've done that, all you have to do is find a way to translate your passion into a career. And trust me, that's the easy part.
Lately, Robin and I reflected a lot about what we want in life, who we want to be and how we want to spend our time here on this beautiful planet. That's why we created a little bucketlist to hold ourselves accountable for what we want in life. Maybe it inspires you to create your own little list. It really helps putting things into perspective.
Our first stop as real digital nomads was Chiangmai. A lot of you may think now: Of course, what else?! After all, Chiangmai is the first city you think of when thinking about digital nomads. But really, there is so much more to this amazing little city than just coworking spaces and great wifi. And what is? Well, read it here.
We are on a mission. Not just any mission: It’s the mission to living an independent and self-determined life. Having made our first working experiences after university, we were disillusioned. Work really was pretty much the same routine everyday from 9 to 5. We would live for the weekend when we had time to work on our side projects or to go on a short getaway. But at some point we realized that there had to be more. That's when our mission started. Robin quit his job and we took the next flight to Thailand. Read here what happened next.
Lately, we've been extremely interested in a huge trend these days: digital nomadism. We definitely wanted to give this lifestyle a try. However, before going all-in we wanted to start an experiment to see if we could make the digital nomad lifestyle work for us. Here is how the experiment turned out.