What should I blog about? Should you write about a single topic, multiple topics, or start different blogs for each of your interests? Choosing the topic(s) to cover in your blog is one of the first steps to take before starting a new blog or when thinking of taking your existing blog in a different […]Single Niche vs. Multi-Niche Blog: Which Should You Choose? — Aisles of Life
If you are not a blogger then you might ask yourself what really goes on behind the scenes of a blog. The majority of the people don’t really know how much work it takes to run a blog which I don’t blame them since it’s not really widely talked about. Sometimes, even as a blogger […]The Behind The Scenes Of A Blog. — New Lune
The human body is a wonderfully complex mechanism, complete with gauges, systems, and a support structure. It is, in fact, so brilliant in its execution, that we can learn and use some of the same principles to write the perfect blog post. Most of you know about the structure of a blog post: headline, introduction, featured image, conclusion, but there’s so […]The Anatomy of a Perfect Blog Post — The Art of Blogging
As a blogger, getting exposure on social media is increasingly more important. Arguably, at the top of the social media mountain lies Twitter. This platform is at the center of social buzz. As Twitter can be a valuable part of your success, you need to know the best Twitter retweet accounts for bloggers.
What are Twitter Retweet Accounts for Bloggers?
Some accounts on Twitter commit to retweeting other accounts. When you mention or tag these accounts, they will spread your post to their followers by retweeting it. The accounts chosen below specialize in helping bloggers get their writing seen by more people. They are part of a supportive community of bloggers that you can join and draw strength from them.
Why use these retweet accounts?
The entire point of social media is to connect with other people. You want your blog post seen by as many prospective readers that you can. When your tweet gets retweeted, naturally it is going to get more eyes on it.
Who are the best Twitter Retweet Accounts for Bloggers?
So let’s get to this list. I will link each, and copy their profile description for you here. All of these accounts have a significant number of followers that will see the retweets and drive engagement.
Retweet account for bloggers! Daily threads to connect with others! USE THE HASHTAG – #theclqrt for retweets !
A promotional network and for bloggers to promote their work. Tag @LovingBlogs in your posts.
Active List of Twitter Retweet Accounts for Bloggers
All the accounts above will increase your exposure on Twitter. @lamontpll/Blog Sharing and Retweets / Twitter is a long list of accounts like those above. Follow the list and we keep the best accounts updated for you, a reference to use when you want to tag a community.
Twitter can be very rewarding to bloggers if you use it correctly. Do you know of other Twitter retweet accounts for bloggers? Please share them in comments!
When you decide to start your first blog, a whole new world opens up. It can take a lifetime to learn everything there is to know about blogging. Every new blogger needs sites to follow for beginner blogging tips.
Information overload is real and can squash a blog’s future. Here is one of my own beginner blogging tips. Spend 25% of your time learning about your craft and 75% of your time implementing what you’ve learned.
The ratio can change. Maybe at first you spend 50% of your time learning. Over time you may be able to cut back the learning to 10%. The idea that you always keep learning and you incorporate those lessons into your blog stays the same.
Just because you are in the beginning stages, doesn’t mean you cannot create. Part of implementing future learning will include going back to your old content and making it better or giving it more support.
Hey fellow bloggers! Put your own tip in the comment for the new bloggers, or a link to your favorite beginner blogging tips post!
Blogging Basics 101
The name of this first site is actually a tip. When your reader sees your site name, what do they expect to see inside? This site nails it. Their name and purpose are one in the same.
Visit https://www.bloggingbasics101.com/ to get trusted resources and insight. This blog is easy to read and follow. It has been featured in national settings as a leading expert in the field. Be sure to look through what she has to offer.
The Blog Starter
Do you want to start a blog and need help getting through all the steps? Look no further than this great site. As the name implies, they are focused on getting you started.
Scott has a style in https://www.theblogstarter.com/ that makes it easy for someone with few computer skills to go step by step from the very beginning to get your blog started. Even if you have already taken steps down this path, go back and see what he recommends. You might pick up an obvious detail that you missed.
Do you really want to immerse yourself in blogging and all that comes along with it? Then this might be the site for you. Jon really has a knack for looking at all the angles of a task or choice within a blog and giving you confidence that you are on the right track.
With https://smartblogger.com/, beginner blogger tips are just a starting point. This site will keep guiding you through your blogging journey until you are making gobs of money.
There is a plethora of resources and advice out there for beginner blogging tips. With the three sites above, you will get a good foundation of knowledge to get going on that dream blog. Keep writing and learning, if you do there is no stopping you!
How To Grow Your Following As someone with a certain amount of followers I get asked a lot (like a lot…like please stop…lol jk) about how I grew my following and how others can do the same for their blog. I have a couple of posts about this already but they are not very new […]4 Ways To Immediately Grow Your Following
No matter how good your content, you need people to find it. Here are some great sites to share your blog.
Why is it important to have places to share your blog post?
You researched a title, matched it with a long tail keyword. Not missing a detail, you found the perfect header image and tweaked the alt description.
You dug down and put together a couple thousand words of amazing content. Everything you know about SEO and readability was included in this gem of an article.
So many factors to consider, like a juggler you kept them all in the air at once to cultivate this fine piece of written work.
With hours of effort behind you, breathing a sigh of relief you think to yourself, “This is gonna be huge!” You press that publish button and wait.
Is this the time to move on to your next impassioned post and start over? Well if you want your cherished blog post, raised like one of your children, to languish in the far off reaches of the internet and never find it’s way to your audience then the answer is yes.
In truth, what happens after you hit the publish button is just as important as all that painstaking work you did to make it just right. It is a waste of time to dedicate your time to writing a post that no one will read.
Publicizing your post to get it in front of as many eyes as you can is crucial to your success.
Depending on how and where you publish your blog there may be some automatic sharing in place. We want to help you go way beyond that point. Let’s not spend any money to do it, all these places are free to use.
Here are 20 places to share your blog post. Not every post will belong in all these places but every post will need some publicity. You may click on these links below and use them directly.
If you know of another great place to share, please comment and let our readers know what it is. We are all in this together and helping one helps all with no harm to your own effort. That is why we put together this list, to get you closer to your goals.
Facebook – Be sure not to get sucked into the feed for an extended period of time. We are here to publicize and get out. You should definitely have a dedicated page for your blog like this one. Share your post there so your potential fans can see it right away.
Also join and post in a few targeted groups like How to earn money online. We run this one and keep it spam and scam free with a US, Canada and UK focus.
If this group doesn’t line up with your audience, try joining these or others that align with your reader and post there.
Pro tip. We have a special group just for you. It is called Blog Sharing Threads and Blog Traffic and Blog Views. It is dedicated to helping you get views and engagement for your blog from your Facebook account!
When you apply for membership and link your blog we will share it on at least one of our social accounts. We welcome you to join!
Pinterest – This is a hugely popular site and is very visual. Get your graphics game in order to get the most from this social network and take in the juggernaut of traffic.
Join some group boards like Pinterest Strategies for a Beginning Blogger or Blogging For Beginners and share that link love by creating pins. Learn to use Pinterest by reading our effective Pinterest strategies.
Get more serious by reading advanced Pinterest strategies for better results. This platform is changing and regular learning and adjustments are advised for optimizing the return on your time.
Twitter – No matter what topic your blog covers, people on Twitter need to hear about it. If your tweet catches the eye it can be retweeted and catch fire.
Gain an audience by following people. Use the search tool for people who are interested in your topic. Here’s a pro tip, make lists. Here is a valuable one you can follow.
There are many accounts on Twitter that are dedicated to helping bloggers gain views. These accounts tweet blog post share threads, or they retweet blog posts for anyone who mentions them.
More Income, Better Lifestyle has compiled a list of these accounts for you. Follow this list of share thread and retweet accounts to explode your tweet impression count!
We heart it – A place for people to find favorite content. Follow and be followed.
Pearltrees – similar to the two above, share and be shared when you connect with people on this simple site.
Exchangle – throw your link into the list and it will be seen by people looking for things to read. Great site for traffic.
Reddit – This site has great potential but be careful, they will not look kindly upon selfish promotion. Work your site into the conversation here.
Blogger – Post content here to point back to your site.
Bloglovin – Again, post content and link your blog for more exposure.
Tumblr – Similar to the above two free blogging sites, post your content here to link to your main blog, gain followers by engaging with posts.
Medium – Super cool content publishing site. Get your brand out there and you can see big results.
FinderMaster – If you want Google to see your blog and think it’s a big deal, put your link in here. Free classified ads can make sense for some blogs.
WallClassifieds – They want you to post a free ad for your blog content here. The whole world is watching.
LinkedIn – Not just place to leave your resume. Post articles and links for people to find. Connect with a like minded community.
Flipboard – Create your own magazine of pages for people to flip through, creative solution and easy to do.
Triberr – Wow, this site has a lot to offer. Sign up and look around, connect your feed to reap the rewards of this blogger community.
Viral Content Bee – Help others get traffic and get traffic in return. Neat system that rewards you for interacting with other blogs.
Feedly – Add your blog here so people can find it.
Quora – Are you an expert in the topic of your blog? People have questions for you. Answer them and direct them to your blog for more info. This works like a charm.
Some of these sites can be connected to your WordPress powered site to share automatically. We recommend linking them as much as possible to save time.
What is one of your favorite places to share your blog post that is not on this list? We would love to hear about how it boosted your traffic, let us know in the comments!
Good luck and happy sharing, we know you write solid content with good value to your readers. Now to find that audience.
P.S. We encourage you to mention your social media accounts in the comments, and follow those who mention theirs. We are stronger together!
-Marian and Paul