All posts written by Drew Hendricks

AddToAny vs AddThis vs ShareThis: What is The Best Plugin? Published by Drew Hendricks • Resources • Published November 3, 2019

In the world of social sharing buttons, there are dozens of different plugins out there, if not hundreds of viable options. I personally tend to prefer the big guns of Social Warfare, but I acknowledge that they aren’t ideal for everyone. As such, I’ve decided to review and compare thre…

Read more
How to Get a Count of Your Total Social Media Shares Published by Drew Hendricks • Social Media • Published October 10, 2019

When you publish a blog post and it gets three shares on Facebook, seven on Twitter, and another two on Pinterest, is that good or bad? How does it compare to other posts you’ve published? How does it add to your overall total?
If you don’t have an accurate count of social shares, you just do…

Read more
25 Ways to Convert Your Blog Post Traffic into Sales Published by Drew Hendricks • Monetization • Published October 4, 2019

You’ve got your storefront set up. You’ve got a blog up and running, and you’ve been posting to it regularly. You’re seeing traffic coming in, and you’re ranking in the top few results on Google’s search for your keywords. You’ve even had some success…

Read more
Should You Redirect 404 Page Errors on Your Blog? Published by Drew Hendricks • Search Engine Optimization • Published August 30, 2019

Did you know that there is likely a ton of traffic coming to your blog that simply has nowhere to go? People who arrive at a broken link, people who mistype a URL, people who try to go to a page that moved or no longer exists; all of this traffic ends up on the familiar, dreaded, 404 page.
The 404 page is part of…

Read more
Finding Low-Hanging Fruit in Content Marketing and Blogging Published by Drew Hendricks • Content Marketing • Published August 16, 2019

The term “low-hanging fruit” comes literally from fruit. Fruit trees get pretty big, and the easiest fruit to reach is the fruit that hangs low enough to be within your grasp. It’s easy stuff to get, you only have to put in the effort of reaching up and grabbing it. You don’t h…

Read more
How to Keep Yourself From Getting Bored While Blogging Published by Drew Hendricks • Content Marketing • Published July 19, 2019

For some, blogging is like a dream come true. You can make a living – a good living – from home! All it takes is some web hosting, a little technical know-how, and the ability to write blog posts on a regular basis. There’s nothing to it!
Well, the golden age of blogging is long over by n…

Read more
15 Tricks to Improve the Rankings of Your Blog Posts Published by Drew Hendricks • Content Marketing • Published July 7, 2019

The entire point of marketing is to get more eyes on your product and more money in the bank, and one of the best ways to do that is with organic search engine marketing. Having your website show up on the Google search results – and the other search engines as well – is going to give you a bette…

Read more
How to Size Your Blog Post Images for Pinterest Pins Published by Drew Hendricks • Content Marketing • Published June 20, 2019

One of the primary benefits that Pinterest has over other social networks is the ability to add Pinterest “pin this” buttons to the images in your blog posts. Since all of your blog posts are going to have images, it’s just one additional call to action.
The best part of these pin bu…

Read more
Guide to Fix Your WordPress Google Mobile Usability Errors Published by Drew Hendricks • Resources • Published May 27, 2019

It’s not news to say that Google is pushing heavily towards a mobile internet. They’ve seen the writing on the wall. Over 50% of web usage takes place on mobile devices now, with the number actually closer to 60% these days. If you don’t have a mobile-accessible website, you&#821…

Read more
15 Ways to Start a Mommy Blog That Actually Earns Money Published by Drew Hendricks • Monetization • Published May 2, 2019

There are two major powerhouses in the world of blogging. One is the marketing blogger niche, the people who analyze the trends, who set the stage, who push forward and explore the unknown every day.
The other is the mommy blogger niche. These are the bloggers who truly put all the advice into practice…

Read more