Blogging Tips: ‘tags’, “related posts’ and more

Hello dear people. I was reading a blog yesterday and I wanted to go to the next post after it and I was really upset that there was no ‘next post’ link included at the end of the post.
I decided to write this post to help someone out there to improve their blog.
1. Ensure you include a ‘related posts’ link(s). This way, if your reader likes the title of the related post, they will click on the link and read it. This helps to engage your reader and increase the amount of time a reader spends on your blog.


2. Don’t forget to categorize and tag each post and include the tags and categories at the bottom or the top of each post. If your blog visitor likes a post they just read, they might want to read other posts in that tag and/or category. This also helps improve reader retention.


3. Add links to the posts just before and after each post. This creates continuity and a trail for your readers to follow. Sometimes when I like a blog post, I like to go backwards in time to see what he/she might have posted just before the one I read.


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Foam·skee is a a lover of Jesus Christ, worship singer, wife, mom, daughter, sister, friend, entrepreneur and medical doctor. A proud Nigerian in her mid-thirties currently living in Alberta, Canada.

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  1. Thanks for the information. I am still trying to wrap my head round using wordpress 🙂

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