Health blogs constantly talk about taking care of human well-being, avoiding sickness, detecting symptoms, and getting cures and remedies for sicknesses. But do you know that as a health blog owner, you need to take care of your site as well or else your message will not come across loud and clear? Besides, there is nothing attractive about a health site that looks near death. Here are some tips to keep your health blog alive and kicking:
Take Care of It
Take care of your health blog by putting quality content, having it listed in a reputable lifestyle blog directory, or a medical blog directory if the contents and authorship warrant such submission, and putting in new contents regularly. You’re talking about health so take the effort to research and confirm your sources and details provided. Find the best blog directory to submit to and expect to have stable traffic. A blog’s main nourishment is its contents, keep it properly fed.
Keep your blog protected. Keep your contents safe. Regularly update your protection tools. Finally, learn to protect your contents from theft and plagiarism. After learning, do what is necessary including reporting the site that scraped you content. Duplicate content can hurt its original author because of the maneuverings of the scraper.
Pay careful attention to notices of attempted unauthorized transactions in your site. Get the needed plug-ins to help you protect your blog. Check yourself from unusual lethargy in posting articles. Too long gaps in between posts can be deadly to your blog.
Get the Cure and the Remedy
If your blog unfortunately gets infected by something that threatens its well being or even existence, find the solution as soon as possible. Do not ignore symptoms as the problem may suddenly blow up which will make curing a difficult task even with the help of experts. The sooner the health concerns of a blog is addressed, the higher the possibility that it can be saved.
You may have noticed that we talk about a blog like it was human. We do so to present an interesting analogy. Like humans, blogs cannot preserve well-being without care and the right cure. Be your readers’ best example and take care of your health blog to keep it alive, kicking, and dynamic.
Originally posted on March 31, 2014 @ 4:52 pm