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An Obscenely Simple Way to Boost Time On-Site 25 percent #1888
October 15, 2021

In episode #1888, Neil and Eric talk about an obscenely simple way to boost time on site by 25 percent. We discuss how to use video and audio content to add value to your blog posts, whether it’s footage you’ve created or content from a relevant creator. Tune in today!

TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:

  • [00:25] Today’s topic: An Obscenely Simple Way to Boost Time On-Site 25 percent.
  • [00:30] Adding videos and audio to your blog post has a significant impact on time spent on site.
  • [00:47] You can either use your own video content or use relevant videos from another content creator.
  • [02:11] That’s it for today!
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