There are a number of unique challenges when it comes to writing content for multi-author blogs.
For example, you may be in a position where you need to give feedback to your contributors, or you may be wondering how to leverage the audiences of your individual writers to drive more overall traffic to your blog.
Here are 4 power tips you can implement on your blog to make sure your writers get the feedback they need and provide your blog maximum exposure at the same time.
#1: Use a Screenshot Utility to Provide Feedback to Writers
On a typical WordPress blog, you can see a revision history for any given article. That’s a list of versions of the article being written, based on incremental changes that are made from one version to the next.
With new enhancements from Google+, you can more easily accomplish just that!
One of the biggest changes recently rolled out by Google might even be called a seismic shift in search.
Google is somewhat clumsily calling it “Search, plus Your World.” You see, Google has years of experience in the search engine business. And they are so good because they aim to deliver what people are looking for, not just what they actually enter into the search window. They have to figure out if your search on “porter” is supposed to show a lot of beer websites or websites focusing on people who carry luggage.
Part of what they’ve learned is that people want to see results based on their own personal history and social profile.
Google’s Search, Plus Your World
Using Google to direct traffic to your blog can quite literally translate into gold. Or at least money with which you could buy gold.
This article will show you how to easily optimize your blog for search engines.
Let’s be clear on few points before we begin. When search engine optimization (SEO) is done the wrong way:
- It’s a spammy attempt to manipulate the search-engine traffic.
- It’s SEO experts selling a guaranteed top-10 placement.
You’ve likely heard of StumbleUpon. But do you really understand how to use its full power?
StumbleUpon is a social bookmarking and rating site where people can “Stumble” their favorite web pages, write reviews and share their discoveries with their followers.
This network is like Delicious, but with a more enhanced social platform and sharing system.
Why Use StumbleUpon?
StumbleUpon can be a great site to organize your favorite bookmarks, although it isn’t quite as advanced as Delicious in organization. You can easily save items by giving them the thumbs-up using the “I like it” buttons on the StumbleUpon toolbars for Firefox or Chrome.
However, there’s uncertainty around how to create a sustainable social media campaign, although the tools are plentiful and often free.
Delicious is the world’s largest social bookmarking site. With it you can save, manage and share pages in a centralized source.
It also brings a very powerful community aspect to social bookmarking. This article will reveal innovate ways to use Delicious.
8 Innovative Uses for Delicious
So why should you use social bookmarking instead of just your browser? Two important reasons include that your bookmarks can be shared with others using a specific URL or RSS feed, and they can be accessed from any computer with an Internet connection.
Delicious show popularly bookmarked pages on it’s home page.
But there are lot more reasons to consider using Delicious. Here are eight more:
This is the most common question I get from clients. The truth is it takes time to build a new fan base from scratch.
From the day you set up a Facebook page, it does require an ongoing commitment to brand, monitor, and network with people who find interest in your product. Besides quality service, it’s important to build close-knit relationships with visitors.