Today I want to share with you a quick way to get more page views on your website. It is easy to do and can really help you grow!
Now this won’t work for every post that you post, but it certainly can work for a specific types of post and might actually make your content flow smoother for your readers. Lets dive into this!
My Kombucha Post
A lot of bloggers put a ton of information into a post! That’s great, but remember people scan on the web and if it looks like it will take to much time to read, then they will pass the post right up!
I did a post on kombucha and I will use this post as an example.
Kombucha has quite a few steps to learn when starting out. So I chose to break this up into a series of post so that my readers would not be so overwhelmed with all of the information.
One of the post in particular had 5 steps to follow. If I was to put all this information on one page, it would have been a HUGE post! To make this post flow better, I broke the post up into 6 different pages.
Lets take a look at this post: Learn How To Brew Kombucha With This Easy Step by Step Tutorial
Notice that each page represents a new step. It flows well and it works! So why should you add multiple pages? Glad you asked!
(click on page 2 to goto next step)
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