How one Second Life blogger niched her blog and got over 85,000 pageviews a month

It’s no secret that I am an advocate for niching – in business and in blogging – and by now you must know I like to support my advice with evidence. Since first writing and advising Second Life bloggers to niche their blogs, I’ve looked for a compelling case study that showed the power of niching your Second Life blog. After a short look; I found it, and it’s MeshBodyAddicts. A couple of months ago, I asked Daria (lildaria resident) to share her direct experience with niching her blog. Daria has been… Read More

Second Life blogging quality versus quantity: Will you dare to be epic?

In my blog post about driving more traffic to your archived content, I told you I’d be helping you stay organised with an editorial calendar. Well, for this post I’ve decided to change tack a little: I won’t be laying down specific recommendations about how frequent or how regular you should publish, because frankly, there is much more to the story – and it’s a story that strikes at the heart of what kind of blogger you choose to be. Before you can decide on what kind of posting schedule is right for… Read More

Do you still keep the sugar in the right spot?

In January of this year I blogged about the importance of keeping your blog clean and up-to-date, and used an example of how my sister could not find the sugar in my kitchen when she was visiting me, while for me it was obvious where I kept it. See my blogpost from January here. It is now July, oh duh!, and yeah…some months have passed an although I cleaned up my blog in January it was about time I did my little clean-up round again! Why? Well for starters, in my case… Read More