Every week I share some of the best blogger articles I ran across and saved for future reference.
Here is an overview of Blogger Week in Review Episode 17:
If you use social media to market your business, writing great content is a must. Valuable content can elevate awareness, encourage interaction, and drive engagement. So how do you write social media content your audience actually wants to share… And do it consistently?
Youtube! Youtube is the second largest search engine after Google. Searches / Month There are over 3 billion searches a month on Youtube (here are even more crazy stats on Youtube). It is time you started taking Youtube seriously as a source of traffic and customers for your website.
He promised the winner my traffic, my files, and my data, and suggested that I was available “for hire” to continue writing posts (alternatively, he was willing to provide the winner with “high-quality articles” and “SEO advice” to maintain the site’s traffic post-sale). I learned that my site was stolen on a Saturday. Three days later I had it back, but only after the involvement of fifty or so employees of six different companies, middle-of-the-night conferences with lawyers, FBI intervention, and what amounted to a sting operation that probably should have starred Sandra Bullock instead of…well…me.
Most folks are exposed to your social media content through their news feeds, notifications, etc. They do not visit your actual account. That’s OK, but it’s pretty “catch as catch can.” What you really want are direct visits to your account. As you become better and better known, the lifespan grows… Instead of a tweet being “done” in a couple of hours, it can take a full day to get the majority of the total response.
Making money from your website isn’t a myth. At the very least, you should be able to make enough to cover your basic expenses for a domain and hosting. You might even be able to replace your income (and then some).
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Steve Williams is a blogger, consultant, and entrepreneur. He helps people thriving with digital marketing and blogging.