Some call us comment whores, others think we’re needy, and still others see the genius behind getting more blog comments. I’m here to tell you no matter what you think, if you want your blog to become or remain successful, you need your readers to engage with you ON YOUR BLOG.
I performed a quick Twitter poll to discover the commenting habits of other blog readers. My goal was to find out if Tweeting or Retweeting a post is not more widely done than actually commenting on the blog itself, and if so, why.
One of the hardest social media lessons to swallow is the importance of personal interaction within your community. There is no quick plugin to replace authenticity
In an effort to keep improving the blog and making it more effective in helping you, I’d like to know what Market Like A Chick means to you. What do you come here for and what would you like to expect to see when you get here?
As a newcomer to Blogworld I had a few preconceived ideas of what the event might be like and what I would like to take away from the event. I’m not totally new to live events, just new to the blogging community events. Here’s my own rundown on what I felt was a hit or miss at Blogworld 09:
Writer’s block or just lack of focus time can stop any blog dead in it’s tracks. You know you need to keep your blog fresh but, what do you do to keep the content rolling?
Your blog is your business and you’re building a name or brand that people will associate with you whether you realize it or not. One way to help build your brand is to partner up with another brand that has already established themselves as known figure in a particular industry.
The ‘rules of engagement’ of social media are somewhat vague, but pretty simple to figure out if you just apply a little bit of common sense. Consider what an essentially normal relationship is and