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  • venkyiyer58

    Would appreciate it if you write some posts on how best to tie blogging activities to social media presence.

    • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

      Thanks for the suggestion. I am not quite sure what you mean, could you elaborate?
      Just about every article I write on blogging is tied and woven into social media marketing because of the importance of social to distribute and market your blog content.

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  • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

    Yes, there are no shortcuts. It’s buckle up and do the work and keep learning and tweaking.

  • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

    The art of expression drives learning and self discovery. The feed back you get in real time from the social web does accelerate the process.

  • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

    Soem answers
    a. Every post should be posted to every network you are on. Eg I post them to LinkedIn, Google+, Tweet them more than once after posting
    b. Also post other people’s insightful content to your social networks
    c. Both ways
    d. You can tweet every half an hour or so with good content your or others. Facebook and Google + several times a day
    Hope that helps :)

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  • Berat Balkı

    I do like blog and I’am following yours blogs, it’s very good ;)

  • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

    Yes that is easy to do. You need to keep reading and pushing the ongoing development so you don’t become stale.

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  • Cowley

    We love your stuff & respect your work. Joe Cunningham (@Indianajoe77), our IMM also wrote about this for our blog: http://www.cowleyweb.com/blog/blogging-seo & http://www.cowleyweb.com/blog/blogging-social-media What do you think about our blogging and what can we improve?

  • readmytwips

    I began blogging about 3 months ago. I needed to expand my skillets for web development using WordPress. I chose my favorite topic Food for a couple of reasons. 1. I read food blogs ALL the time. As a trained chef, I’m always looking for inspiration, ways to tweak a recipe, or new methods of using ingredients. 2. On some level, I was convinced I could do it better than many of my blogging contemporaries. I would use better photographs (or just photographing at all), more descriptive processes, and exotic recipes that was trying for the first time. So it was part experimental and part experiencial. And that fast, Geekeatsworld.com was born. Now my difficulty is posting consistency and more content.

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  • Phil Vanderloo

    As I mentioned in your previous post, the hardest part for me is getting people to the blog in the first place. Creating great content doesn’t mean a thing if no one is seeing it.
    This is why I’m hearing more and more teachings about how your efforts should be 80% getting the content to the right people and 20% creating good content. It all makes sense to me now. Wish I could figure out how to accomplish the 80% thing.