How to Create Compelling Articles That Will Catch Readers’ Eyes and Get Shared on Social Media

content marketing strategyA guest post by my colleague, Ivan Serrano

As a blogger, you already know you have a lot of competition. 

Creating compelling content that gets read is a challenge for many bloggers. Especially in an era where bloggers are constantly competing to publish the next viral article, it’s difficult to find the right amount of inspiration that will help you get noticed by your audience. 

Writing eye-catching articles that get shared on social media require several components. Let’s take a look at the most effective ways for creating compelling content that gets read and shared online: 

 

5 Great People Who Inspired Me To Start Blogging

blog inspirationA post by my colleague, Dan Western

Which people inspire you in life?

We all have people that inspire us to do something, and it was the same for me when I first started blogging. There are so many inspirational bloggers, and it can be difficult just to select a few that you want to purely follow.

There were many people that had an influence on me launching myself into the world of blogging, and they were all for different reasons. Everybody’s different and so they all have different goals they’re looking to achieve, which is easily reflected within their websites and the content that they write.

For me, there were 5 main people that inspired me to start blogging, and each for a different reason than the other. Which is what makes this list so great. There’s more than just one source of motivation for creating a website. 

30 Free Tools To Fix Your Blog’s SEO

best seo toolsA post by my colleague, Justin March.

The following free tools can help you find common SEO issues that annoy Google and frustrate your visitors.

This post aims to help you improve your SEO knowledge and give you tools to help:

  • Get the Essentials Right
  • Track Down Broken Links
  • Detect Duplicate Content
  • Test and Fix Site Speed
  • Improve Text and Imagery
  • Visualize Your Blog
  • Diagnose Traffic Drops
  • Conduct Detailed Analysis
  • And Finally! Hit the Bar! (The Tool Bar)

Don’t think these points matter?

Rand Fishkin tells us how Google can now Judge a sites user experience and content quality in this video: