Tag: Crossposting

7 Steps To Writing Perfect Blog Posts [Checklist]

Writing successful blog posts is not just a matter of creating content. To make sure, your blog posts get real attention, this 7-step-guide and checklist will help you to turn a good blog post into gold. Content is still king. Considering that millions of blog posts are published every day, your target readers get millions […]

How Often To Share Your Blog Post on Social Media

After having explored some general social networking rules for how often to post on the major social networks, let’s move to a more specific question: How often to share your blog content to social media for better blog promotion? Social Media are the best source to drive traffic to your blog. Social networks will bring your blog […]

How To Connect Your WordPress Blog To Medium For Re-Publishing

Crossposting and cross-promoting your blog posts to your social media channels is one of the most effective ways to gain more outreach for your blog content and drive more traffic to your blog. Cross-promoting your blog post to Twitter and Facebook is standard to most bloggers. There are, however, lots of other specific networks and platforms you […]

How To Automatically Cross-Promote Blog Posts On Social Media

Running a successful blog does not end by hitting the publish button. No matter how awesome your content is, your blog post will not get noticed unless you promote it like hell. Social media are powerful sources to reach out to your target audience, get more potential readers and drive more traffic to your blog. So, whenever you […]

The Best Social Networks For Cross-Promoting Your Blog Posts

How to gain more outreach for your blog by sharing your posts on social media Cross-promoting your blog posts on social media will help to gain more outreach for your blog content and drive more traffic to your blog. But, which are the best social media sites and networks for marketing your content? Which social platforms are best to […]

A Million Tweets – What you can learn from a Twitter study

There’s a lot to learn from just 140 characters. The short messaging service is the second largest in the whole of social media, ranking just behind Facebook. Each user can read and follow useful content, news and pictures based on just 140 characters. So what exactly is a successful Tweet? What structure should it follow […]