In this experiment, I’m going to work to rebuild a blog that is essentially on life support with a short in the plug. The idea is to get it back to where it was prior to the YMYL/Medic updates Google rolled out. So, let’s answer the question if it’s ever too late to revive a dying blog.
In this experiment, I am attempting to get one of my blogs to 360 pageviews per day on average. This will put the blog at over 10,000 views per month, which should open quite a few opportunities such as using Media Vine instead of AdSense.
One issue I’ve had for more than a year is how YouTube does not record views or watch time from the WriterSanctuary.com blog. Though,
I suppose this can be a part 2 to the suggested video post I made last year. After all, it is related. Anyway, I’ve been experiencing a steady decrease in impressions on YouTube throughout 2021. And worse yet, I have very little idea as to why.
Revamping and rewriting content is a way to keep your website fresh, current, and crawled by Google. You don’t want to leave obsolete and outdated information floating around in your blog. So, I’m going to see what I need to do to get some articles ranking higher.
I have the oddest issue with ads in CrossingColorado.com. I am seeing broken ad inserts alongside valid ads from AdSense while also showing “Existing Third Party Ad” sections while some appear blank. In reality, I should only have 4 ads on mobile devices from AdSense.
One of the things I’ve needed to fix in CrossingColorado.com for quite some time is the fact that I get a blank screen anytime
In this experiment, I am working on setting up the WriterSanctuary podcast. Each stage of the process will be listed in this article. I plan on logging every stage of development from start to finish. With any luck, the title will easily fit the content.
Ok, I have a new problem that I have to address after experimenting with AMP. It seems that AMP broke Google Analytics and AdSense. In fact, I lost more than half of my income from CrossingColorado.com after installing AMP. Here is how I’m going to fix it.
As I continue to look for different ways to improve the blogs, I came across something new. Well, kind of. It’s the “Army Ant Method” for creating a blog post. But, how well does it really work?