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Welcome to the Blog Better Training. It promises to be great if you give your heart to it.

So, shall we?

If you’re on this page, there are chances that you have gone through a book on how to write and must have tried your best around writing a few articles with the book.

If you work with me as a writer, you would notice how I send you titles with numbers attached to them.

Examples of such are:

30+ Good Morning Prayers for Her

50+ Romantic Love Letters for Girlfriend

70+ I Love You Sweetheart Quotes

100+ Good Night Wishes Quotes for Him or Her

150+ Happy Birthday Wishes for Friends

200+ Safe Journey SMS for Someone Special

250+ Sweetheart Quotes for Him or Her

300+ I Miss You Messages for Lovers

400+ Happy New Month Prayers for Everyone.

The question you might want to ask with these titles is: why are the numbers high for some posts and low for others?

To answer, I’ll say…

My blogging business runs mainly on SEO (Search Engine Optimization), wherein words count. [We will soon talk about search engine optimization]

To think of outranking or outperforming your competitors on search engine results pages (SERPS), you must be willing to do more than they’re presently doing.

See this:

Whenever I give you a title like 150+ Good Morning Messages for Him, it means I have seen sites online that have written 100+ or less. To give the post the chance to fight for a space ahead of them, and try to win, the first catch is to even write times two of whatever they’ve written.

For posts without numbers (e.g. How to Cook), the same principle holds: You try to write more and better than your competitors are doing. In this case, you copy all texts on the page and count to know the post’s word length.

Note: That you write more than all sites isn’t a golden guarantee that you’ll surely outperform them. There are other tactics, techniques and terminologies involved with staying ahead online. We will discuss these as we go on this journey.

Still here? Let’s cross to the other side.

Training Outline

Note that the training outline might change as we move on. All you need to do is to follow through.

1. Blogging as a Business

2. Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

– What is SEO
– Why I Choose SEO
– Tactics and Tricks of SEO
– Welcome, Keyword Research
– Why Keyword Research
– Types of Keywords

3. Writing the Posts

– Post Life Cycle
– Post Structure
– What Happens After You Hit the Publish Button?
– On Page SEO
–Internal Link
– Off Page SEO
— Outbound Links

4. Search Engine Re-optimization (SERO)

5. Blogging

– Niche Blogging
– Geotargeting.


>> NEXT: BLOGGING AS A BUSINESS

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Olivia Onyekwena
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Olivia Onyekwena

I’m excited about all the great stuff you have taught us this year.

Excited to learn more.

Thank you.

GLORY JOSEPH
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GLORY JOSEPH

This is beautifully insightful! Thank you for sharing!!!

Olubunmi
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I know you love me already but I’ll post a comment so you can love me more. 😍😍

But honestly, this is great stuff. Knowledge is power.

Going to the next one…🏃

Blessing Adekanmbi
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Blessing Adekanmbi

Learning… Thank you for sharing your knowledge sir. It’s golden!

Adepeju Oluwamakin
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Adepeju Oluwamakin

Waoh! Waoh!! Waoh!!! I’m sure learning and won’t stop to learn. This boss is really loaded. Thanks for being a blessing to this generation

Favour Onuoha
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Favour Onuoha

Thanks for this. I’m charged up already.

Olabisi Ajagbe
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Olabisi Ajagbe

Thanks for this piece sir. I understand better now because I’ve always wondered the titles are written like that.

Akintunde Festus
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Akintunde Festus

Thanks for the tutorial…. Look forward to understanding the basis involved

KENNYGOLD
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I am so looking forward to every topic here. Thanks a lot, coach. Thank you.

TAIYE IKULAGBA
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Wow. Blogging is a lucrative business, but also a very serious one. I can’t wait to learn and apply the knowledge. I’m about to make someone proud of teaching moi.

Olubisose Samuel
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Olubisose Samuel

sometimes ago, I opened a wordpress account, with the hope of starting a blog, I don’t even know why. I knew nothing and I still don’t know anything. Thank God for this opportunity, I’m willing to learn.

Eguzoro Sylvia
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Eguzoro Sylvia

Honestly, I didn’t know blogging involved it’s own complicated processes. And I’m glad for the opportunity to learn alongside others.

Ayorinde Olowosile
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Ayorinde Olowosile

Thanks so much for this, looking forward to the next.

Tunji Olaobaju
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Tunji Olaobaju

Wow! This will be very informative.

Bimbo Omopo
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Bimbo Omopo

Lovely. Now I understand why you give numbers to the posts that are to be written.

Ayandola Ayanleke
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Ayandola Ayanleke

Great to be here

Samson Osuman
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Samson Osuman

Feels great to be here. My question is:

Why is it that you don’t use quotation marks on your blog posts unlike other blog posts?

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