Monthly Networking Jan 8 – All About Blog Traffic

The Topic for our January Networking Meeting is about Getting More Blog Traffic Using Search Engine Optimisation and Social Media

All of us bloggers want more traffic to our blogs. There are so many ways that you can get traffic to your blog like using Social Media and Search Engine Optimisation. For bloggers, getting more traffic to your blog means more recognition, winning blogging awards, climbing up blog ranks, make more money, more offers to work with brands and lots more invitations to fun events.

Come and learn why it’s important to leverage both these free tools to gain more traction for your blog and to get more traffic to your blog or website.

At this month’s networking event, we will cover

  • the main ways that bloggers use to get more traffic.
  • We will also share tips on how to make sure that your blog has been fully optimised to get the most love from search engines and in particular Google. If you are serious about blogging, you really need to know this.
  • We will also share the list of things that you should avoid to make sure that you don’t do anything wrong that will knock your rankings on Google.

You will take away some practicle and easy to implement tips that will boost your blog traffic, get you higher rankings and you can rake in the rewards that brings.

Our Guest Speaker is Judith Lewis, an SEO expert.

Judith is a specialist online marketer with skills in SEO, PPC, social media marketing as well as other digital marketing techniques. She also blogs about Chocolate on MostlyAboutChocolate.com (@MostlyAboutChocolate)

Read the Tips on How to Make the Most of Networking Events here.

Date: Tuesday 8 Jan

Time : 6.30

Price: £15 incl drinks and canapes




 

Please email us at hello [at] LadiesinBlogging.com if there are any questions.

Hashtag: #LadiesInBlogging

Venue :Avista Restaurant,

39 Grosvenor Square

Mayfair, London W1K 2HP


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