There’s a lot of work that goes into running a blog. It used to be that you could just write a post and more or less forget about it, but these days writing is the easy part. The hard part is all of the promotion you have to do afterward to ensure that people actually SEE your post! If you’re trying to figure out how to drive traffic to your blog, here are 30 places you can share your latest blog post.
We all know that Facebook is a fantastic tool when it comes to networking and marketing your business online. Many public figures, organizations, and businesses use Facebook to a large degree when it comes to managing their brand, engaging their audience, and developing a deeper type of relationship with the people who follow them. For entrepreneurs, two Facebook features that have proven to be highly effective are fan pages and groups. However, you might be confused about what makes them
If you’re a blogger, you’ll find that the number of “recommended” plugins, hosting, etc. is vast. Frankly, if you do a web search for something like “best SEO plugin,” most of the results you’ll find will actually be sponsored posts. To help cut down on some of the noise, below you’ll find some of the blog resources and best blogging tools that I recommend and use myself, or, in some cases, that others have recommended to me. Recommended Blogging Tools Writing
One thing that you learn fairly quickly when you are trying to gain an audience (whether it is for a blog, a product, or a service), is that you have to find out where your target audience hangs out. Then, of course, you have to go there, make your presence known, and engage with them. Unless you have been living under a Guinness World Record-sized rock, you know that social media is pretty much that place. Social media networks have
As bloggers, we usually try to find tools that will help us cut down on our workload. Let’s face it: Between writing, editing, sourcing photos, scheduling social media and interacting with readers, a lot of work can go into one blog post. Add on top of that all of the work that goes into site design and upkeep, (possibly) managing other writers, research, updating old posts, sharing old posts on social media and planning an editorial calendar and bloggers may find