Making website format similar to tumblr posts

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by gnr2206, Jan 19, 2015.

  1. gnr2206

    gnr2206 Registered Member

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    Hello BHW

    I run a music blog that is gaining traction recently on social media. With music being released every minute of everyday and with us wanting to cover it, I find it hard to create a blog post that fits the requirements for SEO. This is because it is hard to write about relatively unknown artists plus it is hard to find the time. I am trying to position the brand of the blog as tastemaker/curator and to be less about the writing as I have no lust to become a journalist. Any advice? Should I change theme of my website? How would I ensure SEO. Ive thought of switching from wordpress on my domain but I dont want to use Tumblr as it is easier to be pidgeon-holed as just a tumblr blog.

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    hey man thanks for getting back so soon! i use yoast for seo and something I noticed was that if I didnt write over around 200 words for each post i was making that I was give me a yellow or ok rating. is it possible to get do good seo without much writing?

    the reason i ask is i dont have time to write out an article for every piece of music i like, you get me