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How to Promote Your Blog Posts

12 Things to Do After You've Written a New Blog Post

When you first start blogging — and even if you’ve been doing it for a while — it’s hard to find readers for your excellent, engaging content. There are a few key things you can do to help others see your blog posts, though. I found this infographic via my friend Stephanie Schwab of Crackerjack Marketing. The author, Brody Dorland of DivvyHQ, provided a sharing option, so I thought I’d share it with you in the hopes you’d find it useful.

Your Blog Post Promotion Checklist from DivvyHQ.com

30 thoughts on “How to Promote Your Blog Posts”

  1. Another great article , Melanie. I completely agree with you. From my own experience, Social media is the (only) most important way to promote a website now. I understand website content is the key, however, without effective way to promote the website. The outcome might be way far from your expectation.

    Thanks for sharing this wonderful article.

  2. Hey Melanie,
    First of all i want to say thanks. You have done a great job. I am new blogger searching for new different ideas. That Article will help me to improve all that things.

  3. Hi Melanie,

    Its difficult to make our blog posts get noticed at the beginning. Thanks for sharing this infographic. It was really useful.

  4. I never would have thought to add my latest post in my signature. Great idea.

    I’m a bit skeptical about the URL shorteners. I always thought it was good to post the long link for better keyword searches and SEO. Even on Twitter I’ll post at least one full-length post title.

  5. This is such nice and very effective ways to promote our blog post. Using social media site like facebook, stumbleupon, twitter is also another effective way to drive traffic to our post. Thank you so much for your wonderful inforgraphics

  6. Awesome infograph Melanie!

    Explains everything so nicely. I already love doing the #5 you mentioned here. And I do get awesome feedback too..

    Will try other points too from now on.

    Thanks for sharing Melanie 🙂

    1. Mahaveer, #5 is *really* useful, especially if you have a newsletter or email RSS feed where you post part of the article, then send the reader to the site for more. Good luck! Thanks for stopping by.

  7. Uber helpful steps Melanie!

    Optimize to target your market. Follow up by promoting your blog post across multiple channels and do not forget to reach out to other bloggers by commenting on their posts.

    Thanks for sharing 😉

    Ryan

    1. Ryan, thanks for stopping by and commenting! And thank you, too, for RT’g the article. You make an excellent point about knowing your target audience. If you try to be all things to all people, you’ll be disappointed and it won’t work in the long run. Knowing who you want to talk to and what they want is an important component of blogging success and sharing.

  8. Nice post Melanie Nelson .Ya a good saying “real blogging starts after writing a blog post”.Thats why we have to do a lot of work to get noticed after a blog post. Thanks for sharing nice information in very attractive way.By the way the info grams are awesome.

  9. Hi Melanie, Nice 12 tips to promote blog post. I am concentrating much harder on your 7th i.e. Comments. And right here doing that too. 🙂
    Regards – Koj

    1. I’m glad you liked it, Ansh! Definitely be sure to click the link to the original source. They have directions on how to print it out so you can easily reference it!

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