(Top Secret) Tips to Boost Your Blog
Why do some blogs have terrible content yet thousands of followers? But then other blogs have fantastic content yet can’t get read? It’s a question that bloggers ask, a lot. So to tackle that topic, we’re covering some top secret tips to boost your blog!
That’s right, this week on Blogging411 we are going to talk about the top secret things that can really make a difference for your blog. How can you be a blogger but still take a vacation and retire? How can you listen to your community to get more traction? All these questions, and more, answered here.
Blogging411: (Top Secret) Tips to Boost Your Blog
Blogging411 is our weekly podcast where we tackle the biggest topics and questions bloggers think about.
Blogging411 welcomes the smart, funny, and talented minds behind Blogging Concentrated this week: Dan Morris and Rachel Martin. Dan and Rachel help bloggers and companies work smarter with their blogs. They want to help bloggers perfect the little things that make a big difference. In 30 minutes (okay, actually, this is 40 minutes because there was so much good stuff to say) they share their top secret tips for bloggers.
There are some great moments in this video, such as this quote from Rachel:
“If everybody is doing the same thing then the pack is moving the same… In order to separate yourself form the pack listen to what everyone else is doing but figure out what is different about you.”
If you want more, Dan and Rachel will be in Raleigh on March 7, 2015, and Charlotte on March 8, 2015, offering their BC Curriculum. Remember, NC Blogger Network Members get a big discount! Read more about this event and how you can take advantage of a big discount. Join us – both online and in person! Take your blog to the next level.
Feel free to leave us comments below or on the videos, we’ll be sure to answer anything we didn’t get to in the 30 minutes.
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