A Social Marketing Writing survey found that “62.96% of people perceive blogs with multiple authors to be more credible.”
This is why there are hundreds of thousands of blogs willing to accept guest articles.
Everyone can write. But very few can write well. To help you become a better writer, I’ve put together some useful wisdom and advice from 20 masters of the craft.
English novelist Anthony Trollope was infamously productive. All his notepad was indexed to indicate intervals of 250 words. He would try to write 250 words per 15 minutes. If at the end of 15 minutes he had failed to reach one of those little marks on his page, he would try to write faster.
Most of us aren’t a machine like Trollope. Writing is a slow work for us.
How many articles have you written in the past three months? Are you satisfied with that amount? Most marketers aren’t. Survey after survey shows that consistently creating content is most marketers biggest challenge.
If you’re a new blogger & you don’t have the budget to buy ads, chances are you are having trouble getting noticed. Whatever you do, you’re failing to make an impact.
How do you change that? How do you get your voice heard?
One of the best ways to do that is by influencer outreaching. Influencer outreaching is connecting with bloggers, authors and other influential people. It is a great strategy to build connections with influential people, drive traffic, get backlinks, increase brand awareness, gain customers, etc.
There are 1.038 billion daily active users on Facebook. It’s a massive opportunity for bloggers to get more traffic to their website and find their ideal customers.
One of the best ways to use Facebook for marketing right now is to use Facebook groups.
Facebook pages, Twitter, and Google+ all have their strengths. But the main problem with them: your posts are pushed down to the bottom of the feed so quickly, most of your followers don’t see them.