Are You a New Blogger, wondering where you should post your blog?
There are 7 places you can post when you are starting out that will get you going.
You want maximum traffic so that you can get maximum leads.
The whole point of writing a blog is to share your information with other people,
so that you are giving them value, you are giving them information that they want to read,
and they will then want to continue to follow you.
But unless you actually post your blog in places where people will see you it, this won’t happen.
So Where Do You Post Your Blog?
I will run through the basics for someone starting out. As a new blogger, it can be a bit daunting.
One of the things that I faced early on, was that I didn’t think my blog was good enough to share with people!
But then, what is the point of writing a blog?
What would make you think was good enough?
There comes a point when you just have to go for it!
Once you get into a routine, this should be a quick process.
To start with
Post your blog onto
This is first onto your Fan Page.
Then, you need to post in groups. What groups? Ones that you have joined that are in your niche.
Whether it is diet and health, fitness, yoga, home business, blogging, dog grooming, vintage cars or fishing.
You will find groups on Facebook for any subject you could imagine. You need to make sure that the groups are ones that accept posts. And remember it is just your blog post you are posting in the group and you’re not going to spam your link.
Post your blog onto twitter, saying retweet if you find this of value
As in Facebook, you need to pay the post to your own profile, and then post to different groups. There are lots of different groups as in Facebook. There are groups related to a home business, network marketing, internet marketing blogging, working from home, work-at-home mothers, and health and fitness niches as well is anything else that you would be interested in! Again ask for it to be shared if they find it helpful.
Bear in mind when you are using these groups that you should also be looking at other peoples posts and commenting on their posts, commenting on their blogs in the groups that you are using. This is all a two-way process, and if you do not like and comment on other people’s posts they will not do the same for you. It’s also extremely helpful to read other people’s posts to see what they are writing about, how they are writing, and you often get good ideas yourself with things that are either you can use yourself or that you can you use in your blog.
- Linked In
I do not personally use LinkedIn but it is a another profile that you can setup and use.
With Pinterest you need to set up a board and have a board for whatever your niche is, or if you have several niches, then you would have several boards. Again ask for people to repin if they find it of value.
There are various ways of posting to Instagram, one being OnlyPult. I do not personally use OnlyPult
The way I do it is to do a post using the graphic that I use in my blog for my Facebook post, email that to my phone and retrieve it from my phone. I also email there the Facebook summary, and then I post that from my phone into my Instagram account. Depending on your niche you may not want to put your blog onto your Instagram account or you would just redirect from your into gram account without putting summary there.
- If there is another platform you use apart from those, then by all means use it.
The next thing to do is use a to do is use a site such as StumbleUpon or Reddit, and put your log into the site where it will then be read and circulated.
- Once you are established, you can start extending your reach, but if you are still fairly new, give yourself time to familiarize yourself with each of these. It may mean that you want to build it up day by day. The most important thing is that you get to be able to use all of them, and can do it easily.
To start getting comments on your blog, it can be helpful to be part of a syndication group.
This is where you can post your blog, written, or video, or both, and you read. Watch and comment on three or five other people’s blogs, and they do the same for yours. Not only do you get comments on your blog this way, but you get to see what other people are writing and other forms of blogs and it is very helpful from this point when you are starting out new.
If you want to join a syndication group, message me on Facebook. It doesn’t matter what your niche is!.
And lastly, as part of your syndication,
- Send it to your e-mail list.
Once you have EVEN ONE email address on your list, then e-mail them your blog every time you post one.
You could ask them to share it with anyone who they think will be interested. If you do not have an e-mail list, I have heard some people say that they e-mail their granny, or a friend or relative.
Because that gets you into the routine of e-mailing, using your auto responder, and getting used to the process.
Like everything when you start out, it can take a while to work it out. The more often you do it, the easier it gets.
Those are the very basic seven places to post your blog when you are just a new blogger.
Once you are doing this regularly, then there are many ways of increasing your reach including guest posting. I would recommend that as a new Internet marketer, you get used to blogging regularly and sharing on the social media sites.
The more regularly you blog the more quickly you will find the process and the easier it will be for you.
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