The Ultimate Guide to Blogging and Microblogging

February 6, 2011 at 10:24 pm (Uncategorized) (, , , , , , , , , , , )

The Ultimate Guide to Blog Promotion

Already have a blog but don’t know how to gain followers? Want to know what you can do to promote your blog without sounding like a salesman? Need some good topics to blog about? As the title implies, this article from Bloggingpro.com is definitely the ultimate guide to blogging. Here you will find everything you ever wanted to know about writing a good blog.

While it may seem like a lot of information at first, headings like “Launching a Blog Successfully” and “Search Engine Marketing for Blogs” make it easy to find the section that best fit your needs. In addition to providing detailed explanations, each section contains a list of links to extra articles on even more specific topics. Under the heading “Blog Metrics and Tools,” for example, you will find links to articles like 20 Blog Analytics Tools and Blog Metrics: Six Recommendations for Measuring Your Success. Depending on your level of experience, you might find it helpful to read each piece or to skip to the section that best fits your needs. Either way, The Ultimate Guide to Blog Promotion provides valuable insights into almost every aspect of the blogging process.

9 Easy Steps to Add Twitter to Your PR Mix

This article form Ragan.com is a great resource for anyone just entering the world of Twitter or who wants to learn more about how it can be used as a PR tool. Unlike a standard blog, Twitter is a microblog. This means that every entry is very short and specific. While this format may seem impractical for many business and PR purposes and certainly doesn’t lend itself to going into detail, microblogs can be easily adapted to suit almost any of these functions. Because they can be updated quickly and easily, microblogs like Twitter are becoming very popular channels by which one can rapidly disseminate news and learn about the latest situation.

This article not only covers the classic uses of the microblog, but also tells how best to use them on a regular basis. Ragan’s article describes ways to easily integrate microblogging into your daily social media regimen by using tools like TweetDeck. The article and also touches on microblog etiquette (something all microbloggers should be aware of) and ways to optimize what you and your followers gain from your microblog. This article is valuable to anyone who already has or is thinking about starting a microblog.

By Meredith Julian

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