After spending so much time and effort crafting a perfect blog post, you may be ready to call it a day.
But if you don’t make an effort to reach new audiences on other platforms, you’ll limit your reach and your ability to gain traffic to your blog. By posting your content to these sites, you’ll increase the number of users who will stumble onto your content who may have never heard of you otherwise. Every additional place you post will increase your potential exposure. And that can only be a good thing!
So here are six places that you should be posting content to both help build your blog and improve your professional reputation.
Considering whether to tap into Facebook Stories to market your business? The time is now!
Even though the “Stories” feature was created by Snapchat several years back, Facebook seems to have made it their own, and with 2.7 billion monthly users (active users, I might add), the audience is too big to ignore.
Facebook has announced that as of September, a relatively new and controversial feature on their advertising platform called Campaign Budget Optimization will become the mandatory default. Not the optional setting that it is now.
Facebook has become such an important way for businesses to market their products and services. But with recent changes to the Facebook algorithm, many businesses are struggling to get the same exposure they used to get on Facebook.
As this graph illustrates, the distribution and engagement of a typical post have gone way down over time, and the trend continues to this day.
Facebook Workplace: Did you know that you can use Facebook for business?
I’m referring to what’s known as Facebook Workplace, the business only solution from Facebook that’s designed to help businesses increase communication and collaboration and make getting more work done easier and more efficient.
You’re obviously very familiar with the Facebook tool or a social media platform for personal use, given that it’s by far the largest social media platform on the planet and just about everybody has an account at this point.
Facebook has become the most powerful advertising platform for small businesses. The combination of being able to reach people by their interests, social connections, pages that they’ve visited, as well as by their location makes them a very effective and powerful option for small businesses to reach new prospects and customers, and grow their attention and revenue. Learn how to target your local ad campaigns.
And, since the majority of internet traffic is now mobile and the majority of mobile time is spent in-app, Facebook represents one of the best chances you have at getting views, shares, likes and new followers for your business.
If you’re a business owner wondering how to drive traffic to your blog using Facebook, here are eight airtight strategies you can use to get maximum visibility and a higher rate of readers with each post.