Pick a type of content.Passing off a large blob of text as content is a big no-no for most online readers.
Prioritize long-tail keywords.Neil Patel explained it well. Focusing on single keywords doesn’t work anymore – at least, not as a viable SEO technique as before.
It’s extremely hard to rank specific keywords, so rather than targeting them, emphasize standard terms that often appear in conjunction with your content’s main keyword.
Share the content multiple times.An article from KISSmetrics zeroed in on the fact that most company blogs don’t share their content as often as they ought to.
If you’ve been a blogger for quite some time and had fallen into a lull of things, introduce something new to your readers.
Take advantage of your email list.An email list is one of the top sources of blog traffic. Sending an email newsletter to your loyal subscribers is like giving them a nudge to check your blog at once or when they have free time.
Start with your headlines.
Headlines matter. People who search online almost always reads the headline to gauge if they will read the article or not.
Take full advantage of social media platforms for the promotion.
Promote beyond the standard social media platforms.While it’s tempting just to focus on promoting your content on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn, you must step out of these comfort zones.