Starting a blog, and writing your first blog post are one of the easiest things to do when you start your blogging career.
With so much crowd in online space, many bloggers struggle to get their blogs noticed.
According to a survey, most of the bloggers quit their blogging journey within the first 90 days.
Do you know what is the main reason?
Most of the bloggers don’t know how to promote their blog and build a loyal audience around their blog.
When I started my blogging career in 2011, I struggled a lot and read so many blogs to learn how to promote my blog and very soon I cracked the code in 2012.
I started promoting my blogs in forums, Facebook groups, and so many other places.
But this was just the beginning.
If you are one of the bloggers who don’t know how to promote your blog, this article is going to be a game-changer for you.
In this roundup post, we have interviewed some of the best experts in the industry who have cracked the code to attract a lot of traffic on their blogs. Make sure you read the answer of each expert because this blog post can be an eye-opener blog post for you to start your 2020 with a bang.
There are a lot of ways you can promote your blog, but most tactics will have varying degrees of success depending on your niche.
Regardless of your niche, there are several tips/tactics you should consider:
#1. Create a blog promotion checklist – There are a bunch of these checklists floating around the web but it’s worth creating a checklist tailored to your niche. For example, there are niche-specific platforms you can promote your content to, such as N4G.com for video games and ManageWP.org for WordPress.
#2. Blog post promotion starts at the content planning phase – Most people wait till there article is live and then consider how to promote it. Instead, consider what promotional strategy fits best with your content as you write it. Which leads me nicely onto my third point.
#3. Feature influencers in your content – Reach out to influencers directly or use a platform like HARO to source quotes. You’ll add credibility to your content and the influencer might share it.
#4. Sharing on a few social networks once is not enough – While an extensive promotion for short-form content may not make sense, it’s critical for long-form content. Consider recycling social media posts with a scheduling tool if your content is evergreen. Consider influencer
This article was written by Kulwant Nagi and originally published on Blog – Blogging Cage.