What to Do with Social Media Comments

As our client, phoneBlogger’s standard practice is to promote your blog posts to your social media profiles and groups, generating new discussions.

Discussions result in likes and/or comments within social networks, or directly on the blog post on your website. Responses can fall into one of 3 categories:

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Strategic Blogging 101

phoneBlogging is definitely convenient & addictive – but as my recent blog article points out – it’s not literally “off the cuff.” While it need not take much preparation or research, blogging should take a minute – a whole 1 (or 2) minutes – of thought. As you know, we put your articles on a Publishing Schedule; you can ask to see it any time. The power of your “Pub Sched” is unleashed when you have a bank of approved articles. We have a variety of tricks to help you add to your bank:

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Do You Have Any Idea What Your Website Visitors Are Doing?

Once you’ve made the decision to start authoring educational blog articles in order to boost your word-of-mouth referrals, you may find that some of the terminology is confusing at first – but knowing what it means can greatly improve your ability to maximize your site. For the purposes of this article we’re going to focus primarily on WordPress, but the same holds true for many of the different blogging platforms.

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First 2 Points for Bulleting Your Blog… Part 1

I am phoneBlogging this article. What does that mean? I am not actually typing these lines, but rather recording my thoughts so that someone else can then transcribe, edit and polish my words into a finished article.

If I were to just speak “off the cuff,” I would have some difficulty keeping my thoughts organized – that’s why I have a bulleted list in front of me with my main points.

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