Use Post Pages When Advertising Your Blog

In one Microsoft help forum, some time ago, one wanta be helpful guy would answer dozens of help requests daily, by copying his entire library – 800+ lines of technical information – into each post.

This should take care of you. If it doesn’t, post back here with your questions. Now, read my entire compilation of experience. Your answer is in here – somewhere.

Now that Blogger provides its easy to build online web sites, anybody can do the same using a blog.

Blah blah blah. The answer is somewhere in my blog.
>>http://myblog.blogspot.com

Possibly this is done from ignorance. He doesn’t know about addressing his posts. This is how spammers and trolls operate too.

Want advice? Check out my web site – it’s in there somewhere.

Genuinely helpful folks, when they give advice, make their advice complete and relevant. The easiest way for you to do this is to link directly to the right article. To do that, your posts need to be individually addressable.

Go to Settings – Archiving. Make sure that “Enable Post Pages?” is set to “Yes”. That gives each post its own page.

Blah blah blah. The answer is in this article in my blog.
>>http://myblog.blogspot.com/myarticle.html

That’s better.

But wait – there’s more.

Thanks to the magic of anchor tags, you can link directly to the section in the relevant post.

Blah blah blah. The answer is here, in this article, in my blog.
>>http://myblog.blogspot.com/myarticle.html#ThisTag

That’s much better, and now complete and relevant.

When you give advice, send the reader right to the advice. If the reader finds the answer immediately, he’ll appreciate you more, and read the rest of the blog later. And hopefully, bookmark the blog, so his friends will find you later.

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