The end of a year always brings a plethora of Top Ten Posts of the Year. I’m jumping on the bandwagon though I missed the actual end of the year by a couple of days. I could say that I didn’t want my post to get lost among the hundreds of others being published, but the fact is, I got busy, went out of town and just didn’t get to it. #Truth
You have an editorial calendar and you publish articles on your blog consistently on a regular schedule. Check.
Your blog has beautiful social sharing buttons that you can customize and as soon as you publish, you share your blog posts to all your social networks. Check.
You use a social media management tool like Buffer, Hootsuite or CoSchedule to queue up and reshare your evergreen articles on social networks a few weeks and months later, to help increase the number of people who see the content. Check.
Maybe you even go so far as reviewing and refreshing older content to bring it up to date and then reshare it again. Double check.
Now what? [Read more…]
Bringing in new readers is an integral part of blog marketing: It’s not enough to create awesome content – You need to spread the word for more people to discover your site.
However attracting new readers is not enough: You need to bring your current readers back too. In our era of information overload, no matter how awesome you are, your readers are most likely to forget about your blog unless you keep reminding them that you exist.
Your existing readership is what powers up your blog: Repeat users are more likely to interact (because they already know you) by sharing your articles and leaving comments. Therefore, you must never let your readers forget about you!
Here are 10 ways I am keeping with my readers in touch: [Read more…]
Today is my 10 Year Blogiversary!
Over the past ten years there have been intermittent reports that blogging is dead. I’m not sure where those rumors come from, but in my experience blogging is anything but dead. [Read more…]
In this episode of Adventures In Visibility I welcome the dynamic and outspoken founder of Triberr, . After meeting Dino at the 2014 BlogPaws Conference, and using Triberr for a couple of years, I knew I wanted to get him on the show. Our conversation revolved around the future of digital marketing and blogging in particular.
Dino Dogan is a Global Force for Badassery, Founder & CEO of Triberr, Refugee from Bosnia, Professional speaker with a real job, a Lousy Martial Artist, and a Singer/Songwriter.
On the Hangout Dino and I tackle: [Read more…]