Do you wish to get help with your blog promotion? The help is yours.
Do you want to save time blogging? Do it and spend your quality time in other ways.
Do you wish to see the number of comments and social shares rise? Just ask.
Today is St. Patrick’s Day. It’s been one year since the Mostly Blogging Blogger Collaboration Group started.
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, I’m reminding the Mostly Blogging community that if they need help with their blog promotion, all they have to do is ask for it.
You shouldn’t have to do all the time-consuming tasks involved in blogging by yourself if other people can help you. Other bloggers can certainly help you promote your articles.
We have a Blogger Collaboration Group on this site that will assist with whatever engagement you need. Do you need comments on your post? No problem!
Do you want social shares? They are yours for the asking.
Upvotes on social media sites and content aggregation sites increase the visibility of your posts. Bloggers like Neil Patel and Clay Smith insist posting to content aggregation sites is an important method of blog promotion.
If we have a tribe of people who upvote each other’s posts, our visibility will increase on those sites.
Case in point: Nine days after publication of my post How to Be a More Productive Blogger with These 7 Apps and Tips, someone put my post on Reddit and Inbound. I put the post on BizSugar.
The post has received so many page views from the combination of these content aggregation sites, at the time of this writing, it has more page views than any post I’ve published in the last month.[Related: 7 Reasons Why BizSugar Will Make You an Awesome Blogger]
Previously in the Blogger Collaboration Group, the social shares provided on the members’ posts did not include sharing on Reddit.
I searched Facebook groups that allow upvotes on Reddit and came up short.
I am proposing that in addition to comments and social shares on the mainstream social media sites, we upvote each other’s writing on Reddit.[Related: How to Get the Kind of Blog Traffic You Want with Reddit]
I collaborate with a friend who upvotes my posts on Inbound.org, but I don’t like to keep asking him. Let’s start a tribe who upvotes each other’s work! The Blogger Collaboration Group is the perfect place.[Related: 17 Ways Inbound.org Will Make You a Better Blogger]
As StumbleUpon users know, StumbleUpon has the potential for massive traffic if other people stumble your posts. This is so helpful in increasing your traffic coming from StumbleUpon, Mostly Blogging has its own StumbleUpon group just for this purpose. However, if you’d like to ask members of the Blogger Collaboration Group to stumble your posts, that’s fine.
I also have friends who stumble my links for me, but I don’t like to bother them. You are no bother in the Blogger Collaboration Group. That is why we are here.[Related: This is the Way to See Staggeringly High Blog Traffic – StumbleUpon]
Are you Ready to Get Help with Your Blog Promotion?
Please leave your link and your wish for your post in the Blogger Collaboration Group comment section.
Instructions for how to help another blogger:
Step 1: Subscribe to this blog, MostlyBlogging.com.
Step 2: Leave your post link (not your blog link) in the comment section.
Step 3: Leave your wish for your article in the same comment box.
Step 4: Go to the comment section in the Blogger Collaboration Group and make at least one other blogger’s wish come true.
Step 5: Click Reply, Done, so other bloggers know who has already received help with a post.
Step 6: Smile! You just helped make another blogger’s wish come true.
In closing, you don’t have to go it alone. Save time. Get help. Help others.
Currently, the group has close to fifty active members. In addition to receiving help, many participants have subscribed to each other’s blogs and many friendships have been formed.
Triberr has a tribe just for Twitter users. The Blogger Collaboration Group could be our place to go to seek help in making our posts more visible on the mainstream social media sites and, going forward, on the less mainstream sites.
You might wonder what this had to do with St. Patrick’s Day. People make a wish on a four-leaf clover.
Would you like comments on your post? Your post shared? A like? Do you need a like for your Facebook page? Would you like your Pinterest pin shared?
Bloggers can leave a wish in the comment section of the Blogger Collaboration Group.
What is your blogging wish?
Readers, please share, so other bloggers know about our group and how they can get help with their blog promotion. Fifty active members will certainly increase your blog promotion, but the more members we have, the more visibility for all of us.