Anatomy of a Blog Post with Great SEO When I first started my blog I did a lot of research on SEO. I found a lot of the info was text-heavy. I kept finding myself looking for a simple infographic that pointed out exactly where to put keywords in blog post for SEO purposes. So I thought I would create this post for you, so you don't have to go searching like I did!

Craftgawker   Although I love Field of Dreams, the old adage "if you build it they will come" doesn't apply to blogging. To get noticed, you must get your work featured on other websites. Craftgawker is a great site for doing just that. Craftgawker is always neck and neck with being the #1 source (or referrer) driving traffic back to my site. It is a great place to submit your DIY work to be featured.

Pinterest   As mentioned above, Pinterest is always neck and neck with the #1 spot for driving traffic back to my site. I recommend pinning often.