Here are the top 10 posts about blogging and social media I’ve stumbled upon this week:
Creating and monitoring various goals for your blog is one of the most effective, efficient, and interesting ways of improving your blog.
When you look around at successful blogs — in any industry, on any topic — there are several undeniable bases to success. And it starts with blog posts that kill it rather than blog posts that get killed.
Statistics and their interpretation is often a popular topic on ProBlogger…. His point was to focus on what you can influence and not get hung up on, or weighed down by, the rest. Good advice.
Twitter etiquette is a lot like the advice your mother gave you when you were young. Be nice and treat people well and they’ll respond in kind.
While every blogger will have a relatively weak post once in a while, if you’re phoning it in your readers will know. Therefore, each post has to include every critical element.And, just because you write one amazing post, don’t assume your next one will be equally strong. What in your opinion is a strong post may not resonate with your readers.
I’m really passionate about networking with other bloggers. I love to find ways to do it in a casual way, as well as in more formal ways. In particular, I have a group of bloggers that I consider my people. I love them so much, and they have made blogging different for me than it ever was before I had that group.
We’ve all seen them. The same old, tired lists of regurgitated tips on how to blog better. They’re so common, you could probably name most of them in your sleep. I don’t know about you, but I’m tired of them. I want to know what really works.
What is Community? Websters: a unified body of individuals, an interacting population of various kinds of individuals – in a common location. Community is about a place and interaction – not about numbers!
You did it. You wrote the best blog post ever. That’s great. But what do you do now? No one knows your post exists. You have to promote it and, lucky for you, Divvy HQ made a handy infographic checklist filled with ways you can plug your newly minted blog post.
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