blog tagged posts

How Often Should You Blog?

Category: BloggingBusinessContent & Writingwriting Comments: No comments

BloggingMuch like the rest of the Internet, there’s no exact recipe to blogging. No booklet that proclaims, “Yes that will get you 12 more followers per day!” and “No, do that and readers under 25 will duck out immediately.” At least universally – different tactics help and hurt blogs all the time. Rather, each blog owner must figure out what “works,” and then find what combination works best.

Much like cooking. There might be a set recipe, but everyone has that special ingredient they put in to make it their own. Whether that means changing flavor, adjusting consistency, or something else to get it just so. What you put in changes what you get out.

That also means, the more you practice, the better it gets. Blogging can become more consistent...

Read More

Our Favorites…Currently

Category: Et ceteraExtraFeaturedKelseyUncategorized Comments: No comments

arrested development

I saw a version of this survey and thought I’d play along…with an internet/nerd twist, of course. -Kelsey

Current Book:

I just started reading Inferno by Dan Brown. He’s like the Stephenie Meyer of historical conspiracy novels…and I love it.

dan brown inferno

Current Music While Working:

I’ve been on a big Lumineers kick lately. Alabama Shakes and Of Monsters and Men are great too. Of course, Songza always supplies me with ad-free playlists too.

songza

Current Guilty Pleasure Online:

Buzzfeed. Definitely Buzzfeed. With some Jezebel and HelloGiggles thrown in there too.

buzzfeed

Current Favorite Blog:

I have wanted to tweet/share all of Jeff Bullas’ posts lately. He knows his stuff. Some of my favorite recent posts are 50 Ways to Promote and Market Your Blog Posts and 4 Time Saving Content Curation Tools.

jeff bullas

Current De...

Read More

Our Favorite Reading Material: Blogs

Category: BloggingFeatured Comments: One comment

by Bethaney Wallace

Because we are a blog-based business, The Social Robot spends a lot of time sizing up the competition. To see what others are doing, to learn, and just to entertain ourselves, we scour the web in search of a good blog or two. In fact, on any given day we can be found reading, writing, and commenting on any number of blogs. To help share our finds, I decided to put together a list of Kelsey and I’s favorite blogs.

Gizmodo.com

Check them out to get the latest news on all that is electronics. Although we’re not gamers, Gizmodo still has plenty of information to offer, including news on gadgets, NASA technology, and even online gambling. If it happens on the web, they’re there to tell us about it.

Read More

Effective Blog SEO Tactics That Really Pack a Punch

Category: guest postMarketingSearch EnginesSEO Comments: One comment

Guest Post by Claudia Somerfield

 6-SEO-Tactics2

When it is the matter of optimizing your website, SEO is the way for the search engines to see your page as more appealing. There are a lot of factors responsible for applying on-page SEO to your website, and increase your chances of getting ranked. Title tags, relevant content, H1 tags are few small things that can truly pack a punch for your blog. Below are some tactics as to how you can become more efficient for effectively applying on-page SEO to your website. These small tips can help to make SEO enhancement much easier for you both on and off page.

Keyw...

Read More

5 Easy Ways to Keep Your Blog Full of Fresh Content

Category: BloggingKelseySEO Comments: No comments

Guest Post by Frank Anderson

Readers regularly go to and bookmark blogs that consistently deliver fresh content. So, the conclusion is pretty simple: Blogs that provide quality content on a consistent basis are most likely to enjoy the greatest success.

But, consistently providing fresh, informative content is probably one of the biggest challenges you as a blogger will face, especially if you publish posts daily or even several times a week. Keeping your readers interested and your content current are both possible if you’re willing to put in the work.

Read More