Can your readers separate your blog from other bloggers?
As bloggers, we want our blogs to get noticed.
Everyone wants to have more eyeballs on their content. From individual bloggers to small business owners, getting the word out there isn’t that simple.
You’ve to work really hard to make your blog get real attention.
But, the question is, how to get your blog noticed?
To give you the expert advice, I have asked experienced bloggers to share their top tips. I believe expert roundups provide a great knowledge on the subject and are always enjoyable reads.
Here’s the big question
“What important tips you would suggest bloggers get their blog noticed? Share the top tips that would benefit bloggers and small business owners”
So, how do you get your blog noticed!
I asked this same question to all of these blogging experts and their answers are outstanding. Don’t expect to get your blog noticed within few days or months. It’s a consistent work, and you need to have some patience before calculating the remarkable results.
Few best reads:
Why your blog is not getting traffic at all? Look at these 17 common reasons!
These blogging fellows went through trials and errors to arrive at this position. I do follow all of them and their content. These tips are for long-term results.
As blogging is also networking, so get to know other bloggers in your niche.
Learn from their experiences.
Invite them to speak, write or get interviewed on your blog!
Blogging Experts Share Tips To Get Your Blog Noticed
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Here’s what our blogging experts have to say.
1- Elna Cain from TwinsMommy
It’s time to get your blog noticed, but how do you do that when there are a million other blogs out there!
Well, my Twins Mommy blog is in an oversaturated niche of making money blogging and helping moms. But, I am able to make an income from Twins Mommy and grow my list as well as start a Facebook group.
I was able to develop a brand.
Here’s how you can do the same:
1. Find Your Voice
It’s easy to get sucked into learning from other bloggers ahead of you. But, something happens to a lot of bloggers when they do this.
They take on the personality and style of writing from those they are reading or learning from.
I know this because I DID THIS! When I first started Twins Mommy I was also learning a lot from Wonderlass and Melyssa Griffin!
Both infuse their slang and personality into their writing and I was copying them.
Once I found that out, I had to stop and develop my own style. This can take time but it’s worth working on.
It’s okay to be conversational, funny and use funny phrases. I often say, “and a unicorn died after that happened” when I talk about my twins losing their only day nap.
2. Be Authentic
Blogging can be a scary thing for sure. You want to be safe and you don’t want to let everyone know everything about you (like where you live, what’s your favorite restaurant or things like that).
But, you know what? You can still be personable on your blog by being authentic.
This means telling the truth and showing people what you mean.
Most bloggers are authentic with their income. They show what they make and how they make it.
If you don’t feel comfortable with that, you can share your journey to grow your blog traffic.
And still another way is to be on video. Video marketing is HUGE for 2018 and now is the time to do Facebook Live or YouTube videos. This builds a rapport with your audience making it easier to sell your products in the future.
3. Engage With Your Audience
I know in the beginning you may not have an audience yet, but when you do, engage with them! Get to know them and connect with them.
You can do this by using Facebook groups and answering questions. You can also do this by replying to all your comments on your blog.
Finally, you can start an email list and respond to any questions your subscribers have.
Doing these three things can help your blog get noticed!
Elna helps moms make money blogging on Twins Mommy where she shares her best tips to grow your traffic, list, and income. When she isn’t blogging she’s taking care of her twins and waiting for the next parent fail! Grab your free Pin Promote Planner to explode your traffic on Pinterest!
2- Ryan Biddulph from BloggingFromParadise
The most simple way to get your blog noticed is to help other bloggers get their blogs noticed. Promote other bloggers on social media. Promote other bloggers on your blog. Endorse other bloggers. Uplift other bloggers. By helping other bloggers get noticed, without looking for anything in return, many of these bloggers become your friends, promote you, endorse you, interview you, buy your stuff and hire you, helping your blog get noticed.
Almost all new bloggers make a huge mistake in trying to get their blog noticed because they think only about themselves, not making friends with others would expand their reach far and wide. Do not give in to this common, self-centered, fear-based approach to blogging. Give freely. Help people. If you help a large number of other bloggers get their blogs noticed, they will help to get your blog noticed.
Ryan Biddulph is a blogger, author and world traveler who’s been featured on Richard Branson’s Virgin Blog, Forbes, Fox News, Entrepreneur, Positively Positive, LifeHack, John Chow Dot Com and Neil Patel Dot Com. He has written and self-published 126 bite-sized eBooks on Amazon. Ryan can help you build a successful blog at Blogging From Paradise.
3- Janice Wald From MostlyBlogging
1. Promote everywhere. My post will give you 79 places you can promote your articles for free. Promote in those places. The places that have the best ROI should be the places you continue to promote your posts. I am a big fan of Facebook groups. The best part– there are so many of them, it should offer you wide exposure.
2. I believe in Influencer Outreach. It has really helped me. Include influencers in your posts and link to them. On Twitter, ask them to retweet. When/if they do, you’ll get exposed to a wide group of new people. Most influencers will retweet if you ask them to either by Twitter or email. On Twitter, I write “Please retweet feat @ and the influencer’s Twitter handle.” In this way, they find out you linked to them and that you’d like them to share your post.
Wald is an author, a freelance writer, a blogger, and a blogging coach. At MostlyBlogging.com, she shares tips for bloggers and marketers. Her blog was nominated for the 2017 Most Informative Blog Award at the London Blogger’s Bash. She published AN INSIDER’S GUIDE TO BUILDING A SUCCESSFUL BLOG.
4- Jen Synder From WomenWinningOnline
To get your blog noticed you have to have a plan. It isn’t enough to put a few pins on Pinterest and share your posts on Facebook promo days. Doing that will not bring you much traffic and will frustrate you. Instead, you need to seek exposure. What are you going to do to create exposure for your blog?
I like to have an Exposure Plan every quarter. Ideas for a plan include:
• Publishing posts consistently
• Guest Posting
• Facebook lives
• Helping in other Facebook groups
• Participating in Tailwind Tribes
• Commenting on popular blogs
• Working on 1 social media site
The key to implementing the ideas to get more exposure is to do them consistently. If you do a couple Facebook lives and then stop doing them because you don’t get traffic, you are giving up too soon. You have to consistently do the little things in order to get exposure for your blog and to get noticed!
Jen Snyder is a wife and busy mom to three crazy kids! She loves to teach women how to start blogs and find their tribes online. Helping you build your community and find your readers is at the heart of everything Jen does! If you are looking to get more readers from social media check out Jen’s freebie “How to Get Thousands of Pageviews from Social Media….without getting sucked into it all day!”
5- Ammar From AllBloggingTips
The most important tip is to make a strong network with other blogs in your niche. Read more blogs, follow them on social media, share their blog posts more than your own.
In this way, they will start noticing your blog and would definitely like to share your blog with their audiences. You need to spread words about your blog. Social media is a great platform to connect with influencers. Be active on social media, read, comment, share blog posts of influencers. Collaborate with fellow bloggers. Offer giveaways. Join Facebook groups which will give you great opportunity to connect with others and promote your blog.
Ammar Ali is a multi-talented blogger, a web developer with over 7 years experience in the online field. He grew his blog from zero to five-figure all in his spare time. He is the guy behind allbloggingtips.
6- Latasha Peterson From ArtsAndBudgets
I have two important tips I would suggest to bloggers to help get their blogs noticed.
1- Utilize Pinterest and develop a solid strategy for the platform. One of the main reasons Pinterest rocks is because you don’t need a huge following to be successful on Pinterest. Currently, it’s the leading platform that drives over 1500+ page views to my site daily.
Two Pinterest tips I always suggest are:
- Join relevant group boards and pin at least 40 times per day to the group boards and your personal boards to maximize exposure.
- Spend actual time on the site daily by manually pinning some of your best-performing pins and other relevant pins in the smart feed from other pinners to your group boards and personal boards.
2- Join Facebook Group Promo Threads! Everyone knows I absolutely LOVE Facebook Groups! Not only can you grow your monthly engagement on your blog with Facebook groups but you can also connect with other bloggers + biz owners. To me, those friendships are GOLD!
The first webinar I actually did last year was with another fellow blogger that I met in a Facebook Group. We soon found out that we lived in the same town 5 minutes from each other. How cool is that?
Latasha is the founder of Arts and Budgets where she helps Creatives grow their blogs + income through effective online strategies & side hustles. She currently has a course called “Pinterest Superhero” that teaches bloggers + online entrepreneurs how to grow their traffic + income rapidly with the power of Pinterest.
More posts related to pinterest;
- Secret tips to make pins go viral
- Pinterest SEO : How to get organic traffic from Pinterest
- 3 top pinterest tips to boost traffic
7- Chelsea from HerPaperRoute
Marketing is so important. You may have the most amazing blog post ever, but unless you are actively promoting it, no one will be able to discover it! You need to be promoting your blog every day, in as many ways as possible, and Pinterest is one of the best ways to do so!
Pinterest is a huge search engine that has the power to send crazy amounts of traffic to your blog, fast! In a nutshell, to succeed with Pinterest, use strong keywords in your pin descriptions as well as in your profile and board descriptions. If you aren’t already, get on Pinterest! Trust me on this one!
For a list of tools and tips that can help you with Pinterest and growing your blog in general, as well as resources for how to monetize your blog and earn a living online, get the HerPaperRoute Profitable Blog Toolkit – It’s free!
Chelsea is a blog strategist who helps aspiring online entrepreneurs develop their blogs into profitable businesses via free training and resources at HerPaperRoute.
8- Tracie Forbes
One simple way to get your blog noticed is to get active in Facebook Groups. And, that does not mean link dropping. 😉
First, review your personal personal profile and make sure you link to your site and your page. That is free advertising! People can click your profile image and see what you have on your about page.
Then, join several Facebook groups in your niche. But don’t link drop. Instead, answer questions and be helpful. Become a contributing member and people will naturally find you. If you can become the authority and a go-to expert then people will find you.
Are you looking for a free facebook group? Come, and join ‘Bloggers Camp’ and participate in weekly threads to get new opportunities and collaborations.
Don’t be afraid to make your own group! Even if it feels like a desert at first, you can work on growing it by using the proper keyword and tags to get it noticed by Facebook and others. Then, tun the group into a community – not a place you constantly promote yourself. You’ll be providing a palace where people can learn without it being completely self-promotional and all about you.
You can Sign up for Tracie’s FB Strategy guide here.
9- Nikola Roza
It’s a simple 4 step process; but remember! Simple does not= easy!
Step #1- Content Creation
Write lots of content. But don’t just write, first choose keywords you’re going to target, create a list and then go through them one by one.
When you’re writing use your target keyword in strategic places (SEO title, URL, meta description, Headline, content and image alt attributes)
This is called on-page SEO and this is a way for you to explicitly tell Google ”hey Google! My article is about X”! Follow this post to learn about basic SEO.
That way you’ll get indexed under that keyword and a bunch of other, related terms.
You can simply read this post on unique content creation strategies that will convert your readers.
Step #2- Internal Linking
This one is easy. As you publish more and more content, make sure you interlink your articles with keyword-rich internal links.
This is so that keywords in anchor text pass on relevancy signals, but also that once you start building links, link juice flows easily through those internal links and throughout your whole site.
Plus, since you already set up those internal links, you won’t need to go back too often and lose precious time and energy.
Note: Arfa has an insane guide on interlinking based on topical relevance and clustering. Make sure you check it out.
Step #3- Domain Strengthening
The third step is to build links to your entire site.
What I mean is, you’ll be sending links anywhere on your site. This will bring in new link juice that will then be spread out throughout your site and via those internal links we set up in step two, remember?
This is also called un-targeted link building.
Step #4- Targeted Link Building
To rank in Google faster you also need to directly build links to the pages you want to rank. So what you need to do first is prioritize the pages you want to rank the most.
For example, for Arfa, it would be her Elegant Themes Review.
And then you need to make a list of link building tactics you will use to acquire links to those posts.
Some of the easier methods are:
- Guest posting
- Expert roundups (like this one)
- Link Roundups
- Niche edits
And that’s enough for now. Master these and you’ll be on your way to mastering Google search.
Nikola Roza is… ahem; I’ll let him speak now, after all- he knows himself best, right?
Thanks, but NO.
I’m a mystery to myself too. But here are few undeniable facts about me.
I stumbled upon affiliate marketing and SEO by accident, through a program called Wealthy Affiliate. Ever since then I consider it my lucky day, because now I know I’ve found my lifelong passion.
I love SEO and I love ranking in Google organically.If YOU want to succeed with affiliate marketing with the help of whitehat SEO make sure you pay my site a visit. You won’t regret it, except if you don’t click 🙂
Nikola is a SEO content writer and affiliate marketer. You can learn more about him at nikolaroza.com.
10- Ana From TheSheApproach
“There are a lot of things that I could say about marketing (because getting your blog in front of people and getting seen is just that – internet marketing), but the trick to growing a blog and creating an engaged readership is not getting noticed, but being remembered.
We, as readers and consumers, come across tens of blogs, social media accounts and online creators every day. We notice most of them, but we only remember a few.
So if you want to turn followers into fans, be memorable. Give value. Take time to engage with people and respond to their comments or emails. Be authentic and raw, when possible. Show a real interest in your reader’s lives and you’ll make an impression.
But above all, be proud of the work you online, be enthusiastic about your new blog post and be passionate about sharing it with others.”
Ana is the blogger + growth strategist behind The She Approach where she combines the love for the digital world with her goal to empower women to build their own online empires. She is known for helping new bloggers increase their traffic and income. You can find her on Instagram and Pinterest.
11- Dani from FlourishingFreelancingMom
Getting your blog noticed can feel like an impossible task when you first start out as a blogger and it’s really easy to feel defeated when you don’t get hundreds of views immediately!
I think the best piece of advice I would give to bloggers about getting their blog noticed is to be consistent and be patient.
Promote your blog posts regularly on social media and share each post multiple times. I use SmarterQueue to recycle my posts without having to write new posts every single week.Create a Pinterest strategy for sharing your content too as it’s a great source of traffic. And then repeat over and over again. A huge part of getting noticed is being visible all the time.
Another fantastic way to get your blog noticed is through networking with other bloggers. Things like guest posts on other sites and being shared and retweeted by other accounts are all great for raising the profile of your blog. I’ve found that Facebook Groups are the best place to make these connections. Again, consistency is key here!
Dani is the face behind Flourishing Business Mom, a site dedicated to helping ambitious bloggers and entrepreneurs start profitable blogs, grow their business and generate income online.
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