The first few minutes after publishing a blog post don't get that tragic either. And if you're not yet doing email marketing, then I advise you to do so as soon as 2. Promote your item on social media After you've emailed your biggest fans, start promoting your new item on social media. More specifically, you should look at the following areas: Facebook fan page First of all, you should post the link of your article on your Facebook fan page . Since Facebook speaks a language of images, you should make sure that you use a high-quality and attractive article image and that it is displayed properly (and at all) on Facebook.
Facebook Profile Then you should go to your fan page with your private profile , press “Like” on the link you just posted and then share the article . So you extend your range and create a small, artificial activity (smart, huh? :)). Facebook groups Now I always post in certain Facebook groups where I'm more or less Israel phone number list active. In some groups I post every new article, in others only the best or the thematically most appropriate. Depending on which people are in the group. Twitter Of course, you should tweet every new article . You can also post your article more often at certain intervals.
For example, I always post as soon as it's published, and then I set up else's post and mine. And with the articles that are from me, the new blog post will appear again at some point. In this way, I simply ensure that many of my followers will see the article. google+ If you look at Brain Clark (founder of Copyblogger) he's pushing Google+ and his arguments are compelling too. Unfortunately, I haven't had the time to deal with Google+ more intensively . For my part, I only post the new blog post, nothing more.