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    • 5 Blogging Tips From A Social Entrepreneur

      This is a guest contribution from James Aschehoug. While the modern social entrepreneur may be heavily focused on ideals — whether they be ideological, concrete, or hopefully a mixture of both — it is necessary to use all of the relevant tools and technologies available to help your dream become a professionally sustainable reality.

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  • How to Get Traction with Your New Blog

    … post. Make sure you use these key words in your post titles, somewhere (naturally) in the post, and in the images of each post. Yoast will help you add a post blurb and will point out places you might have missed. Get involved Blogging is ultimately a community of people, creators and readers alike. It’s people you’re dealing with and in that case…

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  • The Quickest Way to Build Trust Online

    … be underestimated as an intrinsically useful tool for life. That said, the times are changing. The audience is changing. The social media landscape is changing BIG TIME. And those that have recognised it are reaping the benefits – I’m talking about video. Online video. Video to sell programs, videos to engage your community, videos to build trust…

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  • Why Your Readers Want Homework (and How to Give it to Them)

    … Them a Way to Respond If your homework involves producing something – like an image, a blog post, or a paragraph of text – then why not ask your readers to share it in the comments? You don’t have to do this, but if it’s a good fit, it can be a great way to build stronger relationships with your readers. Alternatively, you could get readers…

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  • Why Your Business Needs a Thriving Online Community [and how to get started]

    … As a business owner, can you think of anything more wonderful than a thriving online community of fans who love your business and can’t wait to make purchases? Apple, Nike, and Volkswagen are all examples of companies that have built enthusiastic communities. The Internet is now the main thoroughfare through which like-minded people connect…

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  • ProBlogger Event Speakers Share Their Experience

    …, the biggest challenge is creating and sustaining a consistent cash flow. And like any small business, this is better achieved by creating multiple income streams. So my top tip is that as you build your community, continue to create new income streams for your online platform – don’t rely on just one avenue for making money. Nikki Parkinson We…

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  • If You’re Seeking Fans, it’s Time to Podcast! Here’s Why.

    … on the promise that they’ll pay you back at some point down the line. Of course, that doesn’t have to be money. It might be community, support, authority or any number of other aims. But, the aim is to nurture a squad of fans who loyally consume your content, and consistently spread it far and wide around the ‘net. I genuinely believe…

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  • How to Network at Blog Events (Even if You’re Shy!)

    … with her on Twitter @veggie_mama, follow on Pinterest for fun and useful tips, peek behind the curtain on Instagram, listen to her 90s nostalgia podcast, or be entertained on Facebook. The post How to Network at Blog Events (Even if You’re Shy!) appeared first on ProBlogger. Related Stories How to Build Trust With Your Subscribers Through Personalizing Your Emails 11 Steps to Growth Hack Your Way to Blogging Success …

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  • How to Build Trust With Your Subscribers Through Personalizing Your Emails

    … writing and marketing at Billacholla.com. He works closely with B2B and B2C companies providing the right content that generates social shares, comments, and traffic back to their business blogs. The post How to Build Trust With Your Subscribers Through Personalizing Your Emails appeared first on ProBlogger. Related Stories 11 Steps to Growth Hack Your Way to Blogging Success How to Network at Blog Events (Even if You’re Shy!) How to Effectively Drive More Facebook Traffic to Your Blog …

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  • 11 Steps to Growth Hack Your Way to Blogging Success

    … others as described above is a biggie. Posting at the right times on social media (covered above) Get yourself published on other blogs with backlinks Offer things in return for an email address/subscription to your blog. Build that email list consistently, because every post you create needs to go out to your subscribers, either in entirety…

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  • Four Ideas to Start Monetizing Your Blog

    …). What I am trying to say here, is just in this paragraph is a representation of communities galore! And successful ones, at that! But, let’s not stop there. One of the best community builders I have ever met is right here on this blog (that is part of the reason why there are so many awards shown to the right!). Her name is Gail Gardner. Gail…

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  • 4 Ways Facebook Groups Can Improve Fan Relationships

    … of the community itself. Increasingly, Facebook groups are built around brands or common everyday interests. Use the examples above to jumpstart ideas for using a Facebook group to build relationships with your own target audience. What do you think? Do you participate in groups owned by others to promote your business or products? Have you considered…

    Kelsey Jones/ Social Media Examinerin Social Facebook- 13 readers -