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Sitting and staring at a blank page can be as frustrating as all get-out. I mean even if you start out with a bunch of fantastic ideas, at a post per week you'd have to assume at some point the well would run dry, wouldn't you? If you like, you can check out some of the things that I put together on mine. This page runs an RSS feed of my blog Pool Operator Talk News 🌎
I know, trust me, I know. This is much easier said then done. I mean that was part of the reason you came to this page in the first place, for swimming pool blog ideas. If I were to sum up this whole thing by saying "just pick a topic" that would make me a bit of a chooch. Don't worry, I wouldn't do that to you. I actually want to help get you going in the right direction. That's why I put together the super and annoyingly colorful spinning wheel of swimming pool blog ideas blog topic spinning thing below. Give it a click and what ever topic it lands on, start with that one. You are welcome to come back as many times as you LIKE
Hi guys, Thanks for stopping by. If you are on this page I know that it is because you already know that a blog is a great way to drive traffic to your website. Creating a reason to keep coming back is a fantastic means of driving your SEO and there is no better means of doing that than providing new, relevant, and exciting content. Plain and simple, give them a reason to keep coming back. We need Swimming Pool Blog Ideas!
Your posts should be interesting and should be published on a regular basis. How frequently depends upon you and what you can honestly commit to. Some commit to a new post daily, others should for weekly, and some only a couple of times a month. Whatever your release schedule is, it should be consistent.
Still, coming up with engaging content once a week and every week can be a real Mother Father of a task. It can easily become a full time job all on it's own, and to be honest that is part of the reason that the Social Media Manager position of the OOs has come to exist. As a small business, bringing someone on to oversee this task is not always in the budget and therefore just doesn't make sense. So this, quickly becomes just another one of the many hats you wear.
Increasing traffic with a new blog today can be a bit of a challenge. You are honestly starting at a disadvantage in competing with folks who had jumped on the Blog wagon over a decade ago. I mean, you can literally find swimming pool information everywhere. Aside from Great content, amazing photos, and killer SEO, which are steps number one, two and three, you are going to want some word-of-mouth help and preferably in your niche. It's great to have folks share and like your posts, but it's a kazillion times better if those folks are sharing your stuff with your target audience.
This can be a bit of a problem if you are a pool or aquatics blogger. We simply do not have the same reach as the Travel folks or the Foodies. That is why I had put together the H₂O Blogger Support💦 group on Facebook. We are just in our infancy, however the purpose of this FB group is to put you in touch with others who blog about pools and/or aquatics. Through a series of different activities, all designed to grow your brand, we assist one another in driving traffic to each other's blog. Check us out