December 20th, 2011 by Sue L Canfield
- Are you writing at your blog regularly?
- How do you promote your blog content?
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April 30th, 2010 by Sue L Canfield
My first post this month announced my decision to post an entry every single day in April to see if it caused increased traffic to my blog. Today's the last day of the month and I've posted every single day. The results?
There was a noticeable increase in traffic, more comments, an increase in my newsletter subscription and additional connections with virtual assistants on Twitter and Facebook. There was also a noticeable increase in the number of books I sold this month.
It was a success and not as difficult as I thought it would be. Though I don't plan to continue writing every single day, I am committing to writing at least 2-3 posts weekly. It really helped me focus on getting things done in April.
Views on the weekend were minimal so I won't concentrate on posting on weekends. I did notice that when I posted on days I was a guest speaker on a call, when I sent out my newsletter, Tweeted and mentioned on Facebook my posts, then traffic increased. I'm going to go back and note which pages got the most attention and what entries received the most traffic to help me focus my attention in the future to topics of interest.
What small daily steps to succeed are you going to take?
April 28th, 2009 by Sue L Canfield
Teleseminars are a great way to inform people of you and your services. Teleseminars help people get to know you, come to like you and then trust you. A great way to promote a teleseminar is through social networking. If you are already on social networking sites and have access to many contacts, you already have a base of people who know and trust you. These people are more likely to register for your teleseminars and tell their friends about it.
Social networks allow you to post useful tips and information that can help your target market. You can also read and listen to what others are saying so you know what things are of interest to them. You can answer questions on LinkedIn, share your blog posts on Facebook, post a tip on Twitter. Doing these things helps build your credibility so people are more likely to want to participate in your teleseminar. Of course you want to use social networking responsibly and not overdo your promotion. Balance your promotion with valuable information you share.
What do you do to promote your teleseminars?