This is just what I was looking for.
So I read blogs about content marketing, like Content Marketing Institute , who has over 100,000 email subscribers and a domain authority DA of 85. This sort of infection happens at server level. Plus you get extra bandwidth and storage which will let you have all the high res images you will need. New blog posts, for instance, are displayed on the homepage and within selected categories.
So thanks! Hi Sonia!
I think we both know the answer. I think you could help me clear up some confusions. Blogs were originally online journals, so why not go back to the roots of the whole equation?
Of course, another thing your About me page—along with EVERY other piece of content on your site, including your homepage and landing page—should include, is a call to action. For more info, Andy Crestodina from Orbit Media Studios wrote an excellent guide to internal linking.
Only could add, that more beauty shall be required on the internet. One of the best and easiest methods is to open your "About Me" with punchy statement that perfectly captures what your attitude and style—the things that make you, well—you!
This is generally referred to as Newsjacking. Create post where you describe your perfect vacation.