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SOCIAL MEDIA | 1 Year Ago By Diana Adams

30 Ways To Promote Your Blog Posts In 2013 [Infographic]

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Have you thought about how you are going to promote your blog in 2013? Many people have told me that they’ve set a goal to write more blog posts in 2013, but I haven’t heard many people talk about their plan for blog promotion. For those people who have set a goal to write more, I want to ask you a question. Why? Why have you set that goal? As of today, I’ve written 3,030 articles here on Bit Rebels. Some people think that’s a lot, some people think that’s a little, but one thing I’ve learned along the way is that it’s important to know why you set goals to write. Knowing your “why” is what will get you through those days when you don’t feel like writing at all.

When I have those days, I usually only have to type a few words of an article, and then I get excited to finish it. You only have to get a few words going until you can tap into the passion you have for writing. Back to the question – If you ask yourself why you set a goal to blog more, and if your answer is to get more people to see your blog, you might consider a plan to promote your blog instead (or both).

I had an infographic created on the topic of how to promote your blog a few months ago, and you can check that out at 10 Ways To Supercharge The Pageviews On Your Posts. This infographic below called 30 Ways To Promote Your Blog Posts by Launch Grow Joy also offers some nice tips. There is a lot more that goes into promoting your blog than just posting a link on Twitter and Facebook. I hope this gives you some creative ideas! Good luck on reaching all your blogging goals for 2013. I hope it will bring you much success!



Promote Your Blog – Here Are A Few Ideas To Inspire You

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Author: Diana Adams

Diana has a passion for blogging and has written over 4,000 blog posts. You can usually find Diana working in her home office in Atlanta or sitting in the corner of a downtown Starbucks somewhere with her mobile devices in one hand and a Grande Caramel Macchiato in the other. She loves Star Wars, hot chicken wings, and nice people.

8 Comments

Stacey

January 4th, 2013

Thanks for the great infographic! very useful

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Rachel E. Lauber

January 6th, 2013

Jim Hipps

January 7th, 2013

Wow. I am a newcomer to social media and was blown away by your article. It will take me awhile to fully understand how to use all of the elements spelled out in the “infographic,” if I’m using the term correctly. However, I am looking forward to using much of the advice you offered. Thank you very much.

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Detlev

April 28th, 2013

Great Post – will Re-Blog to http://detart.wordpress.com

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Amanda

August 11th, 2013

Hi Diana, outstanding post. A blog service you should include in your list is http://www.blogionaire.com. It gives bloggers an opportunity to become famous instantly. But they will need your tips to stay famous and popular.

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Dave briggs

October 23rd, 2013

There are some great tips on here, so thanks for sharing them.

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Manpreet

December 22nd, 2013

Thank you! this infographic is really amazing. Noted down a few points for my blog promotion plan for 2014 :)

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catmarioonline

July 15th, 2014

Great article! I just wanted to say this post is right on the money. Apps are difficult to market, and games specifically have there own challenges. Video is definitely one of the best tools to get started with, and search engines love video. Most apps need explanation with a voice over, but most games dont, so you really need to present the game play in an enticing way and keep it short. You can make one yourself easily with your developer tool and a decent screen recorder. It takes some time but its well worth it. You could also just pay somebody to do it. I personally have used blue fortress media to make mine, but I know there are other good ones like appvj, wyzowl, and demo fuck. Either way good luck to you! And once again great article.

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