Ning Community Sites – If any of your fishing holes are built on the Ning platform, you can plug in your feed using the “Add RSS” widget included on your profile page.
Other Social Networking Sites – There are many other social sites that allow you to plug in your blog’s RSS feed. This step used to only apply to posting links on Twitter, but with the addition of analytics (click-through tracking) on many of the URL shortening services, posting a shortened URL on any of your social sites is a smart strategy.
Linked In Personal Profiles – Look for “Blog Link” or “Word Press” in the applications section on your profile page and set it up to auto-post your content to your Linked In profile.
If you have a lot of employees, the increase in your potential reach could be gigantic.Plaxo – Although not as popular, Plaxo is another great business networking site that makes it really easy to “add a feed” and plug in your blog content automatically.Here are six illustrations of what it’s like to be in our heads.Let’s keep our discussions reflective, productive, and welcoming.Scan through your content and pick out the main topics covered in your post.
Plug those terms/phrases into Google Adwords’ free keyword suggestion tool.Take note of the most popular search terms and variations in phrasing and wording.Go back to your content and try to beef up your post title, content, meta description and tags with those popular terms/phrases.If you’d like additional guidance on how to optimize the performance of your blog posts, check out CMI’s Ultimate Blog Marketing Checklist: 57 Tips.You’ve just finished writing a great new blog post.After a while, a search engine spider will come along and your post will begin jockeying for search-engine position among the thousands of other web pages related to that same topic.