When it comes to Blog Promotion, its an area, which proves a sticking point for a lot of bloggers
So this post will explain 4 + Great Ways to Promote Your Blog
Following this strategy, will produce you some good, if not buyer traffic.
Lets look at the 4 Great ways to Promote Your Blog
YouTube, is the worlds second largest Search Engine, so it stands to reason to use it
The sheer amount of Video uploads that occur, virtually every minute mean that there are people looking for the content you are producing
Don’t forget, its Google’s mission to bring you the content you want
Pinterest is often under rated by many as being difficult to use.
However, did you know, that alongside Instagram it is a fast growing network
Of all the Social Networks, Pinterest is Probably the easiest to use.
Don’t worry if you don’t know a thing about it, this course covers all you need to know
Again another often underrated social network when it comes to blog promotion
Did you know that Twitter’s primary function is as a Micro Blogging Site
This is because, you can only use 140 characters or more for each tweet
But, Twitter is the Only real time blog social network there is.
So while it may not have the growth of Pinterest, or the Traffic Generation of YouTube
It does carry a lot of very relevant, real time information
It is also the only online network to continue an affiliation with Facebook
So though you can only tweet in 140 Characters of Less
if you tweet from your facebook page or profile, using hash tags, then it will get sent direct to Twitter.
Now there are mixed views when it comes to Facebook for Blog Promotion
The vast majority of people, despite their being 2 Billion users of the Platform
Dislike seeing what people have for breakfast, or working out down the gym
However, that is the ‘social side‘ of the platform
There is, believe it or not, a very vibrant business community on the ‘other side’
The ‘other side’ refers to the Pages Side of the Platform.
But to have a Facebook page, you do need to create a social profile, even a very basic one
Once you have a Facebook Page, then you are talking an entirely Language
You may even see Facebook in a different light.
This is because pages caters specifically for businesses, large and small alike
Pages contain some vital data, that you as a business owner, need and want
You could almost use your page, like a blog, but strictly within the limits of Facebook
Indeed, through the use of your page, you can share your post updates anywhere