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Smartphone Apps You Need As A Blogger To Create Blog Posts Effectively


Smartphone Apps You Need As A Blogger To Create Blog Posts Effectively.

 As a blogger, you do not really need a laptop or computer before you can effectively create blog post for your website.

These days, there are powerful and more sophisticated smartphones with high processing chipsets than can stand in place of a laptop to carry out tasks.

In addition to these powerful devices, most blogging tools are now available on mobile apps for smartphone users.

I'll be dropping list of apps you need as a blogger to create blog posts effectively.

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1. Chrome browser: For browsing, logging into your dashboard or back end.


2. Blogger/Wordpress Mobile app: for faster access to your blog posts.


3. Pixellab or any photo editor: to create your own unique blog post image.


4. LitPhoto: to compress, resize images for your blog posts


5. Image converter: to change the format of any image e.g jpg, PNG, gif etc.


6. Image To Text App: to copy texts from any image.


7. Music editor: to cut, convert, join audio files


8. Word counter: to know the number of word your post contains.


9. Analytics: to follow up with analytics and insights of your blog.


10. Epilson notes: for writing in markdowns


11. KSWeb: to run wordpress in localhost on phone


If there are more that I've not mentioned, kindly add it in the comment section.


Note: these are all mobile apps and not for pc and they are available on Google play store and iOS store.

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3 Easy Steps To Get Your First 10k Visitors From Google

 3 Easy Steps To Get Your First 10k Visitors From Google

3 Easy Steps To Get Your First 10k Visitors From Google


Are you new to blogging or you just created your first blog and want to get organic visitors from Google? Here are 3 easy steps that will help you achieve that.

Read below.

Step 1: Finding the right keywords

If you pick the wrong keywords, you’ll find yourself with little to no traffic and, even worse, you’ll find yourself with little to no visits.
These keywords are used in helping your blog to rank high and making it visible on Google first page for visitors to click.
You can find rankable keywords using tools such as Ubersuggest


Step 2: Write content

At this point, you should have a list of keywords. At least 100 keywords per group.

It’s not that hard to get to 100 similar keywords that you can include in one article. It just takes some time to continually search and find them.

In general, as a rule of thumb, I can find 100 keywords in less than 8 minutes. It may take you a bit longer than me at first, but once you get the hang of it, it’ll be easy.

With your newly found keywords, I want you to write an article.

As for your keywords, naturally place them into the article when it makes sense.

What you’ll quickly learn is that you probably won’t be able to “naturally” include all 100 keywords within your article. And that’s fine.


The last thing you want to do is stuff in keywords because you aren’t writing this article for just search engines, you are writing it for people… and the secondary benefit is that search engines will rank it because it contains the right keywords.

Before you make your article live on your site, I want you to keep a few things in mind:

Keep your URLs short – Google prefers shorter URLs.

Include your main keyword in your headline – by having your main keyword in your headline, you’ll be more likely to rank higher.

Include your three main keywords in your meta tags – whether it is your title tag or meta description, include at least three main keywords in them. You won’t fit as many in your title tag, and that’s fine, but you should be able to within your meta description tag.
There are a lot of other things you can do to optimize your articles for SEO, but my goal is to keep this simple. Again, if you just follow these three steps, you’ll hit the 10,000-visitor mark.

So, for now, let’s just keep things simple and once you hit your goal, then you can get into the advanced stuff.

Step 3: Promoting your content

Writing content is only half the battle. Even if you include the right keywords in your article, if you don’t promote, it’s unlikely that it would be read or rank on Google.

So how do you make sure your content is read and ranks well?

Well, first you need to get social shares, and second, you need to get backlinks.

Yes, search engines don’t necessarily rank pages higher when they get more Facebook shares or tweets, but the more eyeballs that see your page the more likely you are to get backlinks.

And the more backlinks you get, generally, the higher you will rank.

Source: Neil Patel

How To Fix Google Search Console Indexing Issues

 How To Fix Google Search Console Indexing Issues

How To Fix Google Search Console Indexing Issues

Google search console is a free SEO tool used by bloggers and website owners to gather information and reports about their websites. It gathers reliable data's directly from google.

Before you can get data's about your site from Google, Google must have crawled and indexed your site with your permission.
Most issues site owners have is that their sites cannot be crawled by google or that it can't be Indexed. This is categorized as index issues.

These index issues can be your fault or not, you just have to find out. If your website does not get index by google, it won't appear on search engines. This is why I'm bringing to you how you can fix these index issues. Make sure you read the post to the end.

FIXING INDEXING ISSUES ON SEARCH CONSOLE

To check whether you have any indexing issues, go to Index > Coverage and check the status of your website’s pages.
Pay attention to the Error and Valid with warning sections to figure out what’s wrong with these pages and how to fix the issues.
Search Console index coverage page

Errors

Error report shows all the cases when Google hasn't managed to index your pages because they either don’t exist or have been restricted. 
You can click on each error to a get list of affected URLs. From there, you can click on each URL and have it inspected by Google Search Console. This will result in a quick report on the page’s current indexing status and possible problems. 

Below are the most common indexing errors and some tips on how you can solve them:

Submitted URL cannot be indexed. These types of issues occurs when you have asked Google to index a URL, but the page cannot be accessed. The first thing to look out for, is whether you actually intended for the page to be displayed in search or not.

If you don’t want your page to be indexed, you have to recall your index request so that Google can stop trying. To do that, submit the URL for inspection and see why Google is trying to index it in the first place. The most likely reason is you have added the URL to one of your sitemaps by mistake, in which case just edit the sitemap and remove the URL.

If you do want your page to be indexed, then you have to stop restricting the access. There are six different ways you might be restricting Google, so here is what you can do in each case:

  • Submitted URL marked ‘noindex’ issue can be solved by removing the noindex tag from the page's HTML code, or deleting a noindex header from the HTTP request.

  • Submitted URL not found (404) means that the page does not exist, and the server redirected to 404 status code. Check if the content was relocated, and set up a 301 redirect to a new location.

  • Submitted URL seems to be a Soft 404. This error appears when your server labeled the page with OK status, but Google decided the page is 404 (not found). This may occur because there’s little content on the page, or because the page moved to a new location. Check if the page has good comprehensive content and add some if it’s thin. Or set up a 301 redirect if the content was moved.

  • Submitted URL blocked by robots.txt error can be solved by running the robots.txt tester tool on the URL, and updating the robots.txt file on your website to change or delete the rule.

  • Submitted URL returns unauthorized request (401) means that Google cannot access your page without verification. You can either remove authorization requirements or let Googlebot access the page by verifying identity.

  • Submitted URL returned 403 error happens when Google has no credentials to perform authorized access. If you want to get this page indexed, allow anonymous access.

Once you’ve removed whatever was restricting the access, submit the URL for indexing using the URL inspection tool.

Server error (5xx) occurs when Googlebot fails to access the server. The server may have crashed, timed out, or been down when Googlebot came around. Check the URL with the Inspect URL tool to see if it displays an error. If yes, check the server, see what Google suggests to solve the problem, and initiate validation once again if the server is fine.

Redirect error may occur if a redirect chain is too long, a redirect URL exceeds the max URL length (2 MB for Google Chrome), there’s a bad URL in the chain, or there’s a redirect loop. Check the URL with a debugging tool such as Lighthouse to find out the exact issue.

Valid with warning

If Google indexed your page but is not sure if it was necessary, then the pages will be displayed as valid with warning.

In terms of SEO, warnings may bring you even more trouble than errors, as Google may display the pages that you didn’t want to show.
Search Console valid with warning

Indexed, though blocked by robots.txt warning appears when the page is indexed by Google despite being blocked by your robots.txt file. How to fix this issue? Decide on whether you want to block this page or not. If you want to block it, then add the noindex tag to the page, limit access to the page by login request, or remove the page by going to Index > Removals > New request.


Note: many SEOs mistakenly assume that robots.txt is the right mechanism to hide the page from Google. This is not true — robots.txt serves mainly to prevent overloading your website with requests. If you block the page with robots.txt, Google will still display it in search results.


Indexed without content means the page is indexed, but, for some reason, Google cannot read the content. This may happen because the page is cloaked, or the format of the page is not recognized by Google. To fix this issue, check the code of your page and follow Google’s tips on how to make your website accessible for users and search engines.

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Fastest Way To Find Out If Your Page Has Been Indexed by Google

 Fastest Way To Find Out If Your Page Has Been Indexed by Google

Fastest Way To Find Out If Your Page Has Been Indexed by Google


If you are blogger or website owner and you need to find out whether or not Google has indexed a specific page on your site, use this easy method below.

Open up the Google homepage in your browser.

In the search field or address bar, type cache: and then the URL for the page you wish to check:

If the page has been indexed, you’ll see a snapshot of the page that has been cached and at the top will be a panel that will indicate when the page was last indexed:
Page indexed by Google



If the page hasn’t been indexed, you’ll see an error notification like the following:
Fastest Way To Find Out If Your Page Has Been Indexed by Google
This method has been available on Google for years but many people either don’t know about it or have forgotten about it altogether. I guess it's due to stampeding directly to Search Console for indexing status, which, of course, you should be doing regularly.



But to check on a single page or two, this trick works just fine.

Have fun!

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