In this week’s “ask the readers” segment, let’s discuss ways to make blogging easier for yourself. Maintaining a high-quality blog can be a challenge, and anything you can do to reduce that burden will improve your chances of longevity and success.
Ask the Readers
In this week’s “ask the readers” segment, I’d like to ask you how much time you spend creating content vs. promoting your site. I’m also curious to find out why you split your time how you do, and what you think an optimal split between content and promotion is for your stage of site.
The winning answer from our previous question
But first, let’s review your answers from the previous “ask the readers” question. I asked: what’s the most important measure of a site’s growth?
I’d like to introduce a new semi-regular feature here at Think Traffic. To get the conversation flowing and find out where your collective thoughts are on different topics, I’ll occasionally ask a question so we can discuss in the comments. Sound good? Thanks to J.D. and Skellie for the idea.
This week’s question is about measuring a website’s growth. When thinking about your own site, or comparing to other sites, what is the most important measure of a site’s growth?