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By Lee Foster

Sometimes truly happy events occur in the life of a writer/author/publisher who is posting articles on a blog/website. The writer usually hopes to gain audience share, possibly ultimately selling more books or other “products,” such as paid talks and consulting.

Such an event transpired for me in September-October of 2018, regarding a single article.

Each year I look at this particular perennial article, freshen it up, and emphasize it to my audience on my website and in social media about September 1. That article has a two-month shelf life of popularity, as you will see. It is one of the 500+ articles on my website at Foster Travel.

I had modest expectations for this article on September 1. I suspected that, based on past recent years, I would get perhaps 400 new reads of this article in the two-month period.

But I actually got 7,209 reads. So, what happened? Why did this article become suddenly relatively popular?

Some variables may be unknown. But one is known:

For the first time, I put careful attention into improving the Search Engine Optimization for this article. I now use a 12-point checklist to review SEO for all my articles, as you will see below.\

read more https://www.thebookdesigner.com/2019/01/12-seo-tips-to-drive-traffic-and-sell-books/

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1 Comment

  1. Reblogged this on Author Don Massenzio and commented:
    Check out this post from the How to eBook blog with 12 SEO Tips to Drive Traffic and Sell Books

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