Get more use from your blog posts with these tipsWriting a quality blog post takes time, creativity, deep thought and motivation. Once all the efforts are done, your handiwork is now available for all to see.
So how do you plan to share your masterpiece? Aside from linking to your blog post from your traditional social channels such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google Plus, how else can you share your message and expertise out to a broader audience?
Here are 5 strategies to boost engagement and stretch your content farther to fit into other social networking channels.
Slideshare is world’s largest channel for sharing presentations. Slideshare allows you to turn your text into a visual slideshow, upload it to the network of professionals and share it on the rest of your social channels or embed it on your website.
So why not share yours? It’s easy.
Here’s how to do it. Break your blog post up into blocks of text or numbered steps that can be easily followed on slides that are visual and interesting (Do this is Google Docs, because you want want to hang onto it for more content creations).
Set up your presentation using easy online tools such as Haiku Deck or Prezi. These power-point type programs allow you to cut and paste your text, import graphics and photos and create easy to read layouts. You can then, upload these to your Slideshare network.
Once the slideshow is uploaded on Slideshare you can work a little SEO magic by entering a description and keywords before publishing it. Don’t forget that the Slideshare title goes into the url, so make sure you squeeze in a relevant keyword or two.
Don’t forget to create at least one back link to your blog post from Slideshare.
Along with sharing your presentation on all of your social networks you can also paste your newly created Slideshare into your blog post for those who might enjoy along with reading your article.
Remember that text we told you to save in a Google Doc, now it’s time to turn it into a stunning Infographic. Not a graphic designer? Now you can create infographics using online graphic programs such as Canva. Canva will help you turn your text into a spectacular visually appealing short punchy guide great for downloading and sharing.
LINKEDIN AUTHOR POST
LinkedIn is designed specifically for communicating with the business community. If you are trying to reach the B2B marketing, you have come to the right place. Professionals are here to connect, share and learn about business topics that related to them.