12 May 2014
As a designer/developer I’m a terrible writer. Not in the sense of not being able to write coherently but in the sense of working out what I should be writing about. My sporadic personal blog is testament to that!
Here’s a group of articles that encompass using original writing to generate traffic for your products.
Given her goal is to help bootstrappers with useful articles and how many I’ve featured you’ll be unsurprised to see @rachelandrew has a few tips for what to write about.
And from the buffer blog, @kevanlee talks about focussing on ‘evergreen’ content, that will drive traffic for years.
This is a bit of an epic, so buckle up.
A terrific ‘how to’ from @backlinko on @noahkagan’s blog on building up content that generates serious traffic, some ideas I wouldn’t have even thought of, and some tactics I don’t know whether I like. But so worth a read.
Once you’ve written that content, how do you get people to read it? @mijackson has some ideas.
Regular writing is one of the key things that helped @adii grow his readership, but there are several other forces at play too.
Finally @randfish makes it clear that it’s not just as easy as 1) Write, 2) Share, 3) Profit.