Once you’re all done writing your blog post a very critical thing needs to happen. You need to actually promote it and get it out there. But you can’t just post it to a few social sites, close your laptop and be done with it. Nope. There are some very specific strategies and exact places that you need your posts to be showing up, depending upon your particular niche. Blogging is 20% writing and 80% promotion. The writing is actually the easier part! To promote your blog posts effectively you need to get them in front of your target audience. Because here’s the bottom line – You can hold the title of ‘World’s Greatest Writer’, work your tail off writing the best content in the history of the Universe – but if you don’t promote your blog posts and ‘target‘ your audience in places exactly ‘where you need to’, your hard work will all be in vain because no one will be reading it.
Your blog will literally be ‘lost in cyberspace’ and your audience will never find you.
You can’t let that happen!
Other than your family and close friends reading your blog I’m sure you want other folks to read it am I right? And perhaps one day you’d like to actually monetize it and make some decent money, especially since an awful lot of work and effort goes into it.
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Otherwise, what’s all your hard work for?