A famous expression states, “Variety is the spice of life.” It’s true.
Are you familiar with enough blog post format variations to prevent your readers from getting bored and moving on to other blogs?
After all, the post I wrote at the end of 2015 How to Create Blog Content Your Readers Will Love– Guaranteed, explained if you are to keep your readers engaged in your content this year, you need a variety of blog formats.
This post will explain how you can do just that using a free popular tool called SlideShare.
Welcome to the 100th Inspire Me Monday Linky Party! We are so excited you decided to join us! Wait until you see what we have in store for you!
Do you guest post?
When I started blogging, I guest posted on some big blogs. The result? Dismal.
When you promote, it’s important for like-minded bloggers to see you. I guest posted for marketing blogs.
Business people were there. I don’t give business tips, and at the time, I never gave marketing tips.
However, Kingged.com is a site that has many marketers and other business people. Although my content is primarily for bloggers and not marketers, I receive traffic from Kingged daily.
Since I receive so much traffic to my blog from Kingged, you would think I promote there frequently.
Do you want to know how many times I’ve promoted one of my articles at Kingged?
Twice. That’s all, twice. That is the potential for traffic to your blog from this free site.
This post will explain how you can get frequent traffic from Kingged with little time and effort.
What would you predict are bloggers’ biggest concerns?
If you answered, “a toss-up between lack of traffic and lack of time to try to get more traffic,” you’d be right.
With over one billion websites in the world today, you have hefty competition for readership.
This post will save you time trying to increase your traffic by presenting strategies in a case study format.
The actionable tips presented in this post are free and easy to implement.
By the end of this article, you will be able to see anywhere between 509 and 621 page views on your blog’s dashboard in a single day.
If you want to work your way up to being a top blogger, you need to have a social media strategy in place. Basically, it is the way to get your blog or brand name out there. You can write as many posts as you want. But if no one knows they are there, then it could be all for nothing. It is a great way to find like-minded people, as well as better interaction with your followers. There are a lot of different social media sites that you can use. It is good to use quite a few of them, though. They are all good for different reasons. So here are some tips to get your social media sorted out.
Friday, 23rd September 2016
Blogger’s Pit Stop #42 – Welcome
By Samantha Brannon
There are a lot of blogs out there.
In fact, there are many millions of posts put up every day. That’s a lot of competition.
And so, if you want to make yourself stand out and get over 100,000 followers, you’re going to have to take steps to make sure you don’t just stick head and shoulders above the rest, but preferably a torso as well.
But how do you do that?
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Do you want more blog subscribers?
I wanted my readers to have the secret sauce needed to get new blog subscribers, but I didn’t know the recipe.
In my interview How to Get New Blog Followers: Experts Reveal Their Secrets, I asked blogging experts what criteria they used when deciding which blogs to follow.
Consider this comment from blogging expert Jeff Domansky. This was his response when asked what factors relating to social proof he considers when subscribing to blogs:
I sometimes check a few social signals such as the number of Twitter followers, list suggestions (40 top content marketers to follow, etc.), Buzzsumo, and occasionally Klout Score.
This post will explain the value of a Klout Score and offer a case study showing how to increase this measure of your influence in the blogging community.