Want to use your blog to inspire change?
This episode explores how a blogger followed her passion and grew a mega following in a few short years.
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The Social Media Marketing podcast is an on-demand talk radio show from Social Media Examiner. It’s designed to help busy marketers and business owners discover what works with social media marketing.
Join me as I interview Vani Hari, who is known online as the Food Babe. Her popular blog, FoodBabe.com, focuses on healthy eating. She’s built a large platform through articles and videos that investigate unhealthy ingredients in food. Her new book is called The Food Babe Way.
In this episode Vani will share how she got started with her blog and built her following.
You’ll discover how to apply Vani’s lessons and journey to your own business blog.
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Do you want to reach a larger audience?
Delivering your content to customers and prospects in different ways brings more readers to your blog.
In this article, I’ll share five ways to get your content in front of more people.
#1: Encourage Automatic Sharing with GaggleAMP
Every time you publish a blog article, your next move should be to publish it on your social media channels. Not only will your current followers read it there, but also your content may be reposted or retweeted by your followers, which will help you reach a new audience.
To make it easier for people to share your articles with their networks, consider using GaggleAMP. GaggleAMP allows anyone in your audience, from followers to friends and staff, to sign up to automatically repost your content once it’s published.
Blogs are the most powerful marketing tool you can use to attract leads and new customers, as well as increase visibility in your marketplace.
But what makes one blog successful and another mediocre? The majority of “so-so” blogs lack one or more of four important elements… In this article I will introduce the CODA system and how it can driven traffic and engagement with your readers.
Some bloggers may be writing well, posting relevant and valuable content on a regular basis, but they aren’t encouraging reader interaction. Or they might have built a blog whose purpose isn’t evident.
Looking to grow your blog following? You might be surprised that the best way to gain a following is to focus on other people’s blogs.
Outreach is key to having a blog that actually works for your business, yet it’s the one element many professionals ignore. And it’s contrary to most competitive thinking because it involves spending time away from your blog.
Done correctly, however, reaching out to other bloggers in your field will actually create more business opportunities, increase traffic to your own blog, and enhance your business brand more than any other tactic you could employ.