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12Most Tedious
Blogging
Tasks
You Can
OutsourceBy Linda Dessau, Content Mastery Guide
#1.Editing
Typos, readability
problems, inconsistent
tone of voice, or grammar
issues can really detract
from your busines...
Photos add visual interest
to the page, draw in your
readers, and convey the
meaning of your message
in another way.
#2.FI...
Resizing files to fit your
blog template and design,
and adding relevant
keywords to the file name.
These little details m...
Adding bold or italics for
emphasis and headings;
creating bullet/number
lists; photo placement and
alt text; filling in e...
#5.Getting Noticed
Blog post titles aren’t
enough to tempt someone
to click on a link on social
media.
Switch it up with q...
Scheduling several notices
about every new post,
to increase its chance of
being seen.
After all, your social media
follow...
When you promote your
posts, you’ll want to
highlight and give credit to
anyone you’ve mentioned
in the post.
This kind of...
Unanswered comments
send the message that
your blog and your blog
readers are not important
to you.
#8.MONITORING BLOG
COM...
It’s important to show
that you appreciate any
endorsements of your
posts, so be sure someone
is watching for likes, share...
Guests can infuse your
blog with a variety of
voices and perspectives
that complement and
build on the scope of your
exper...
Just as photos add visual
interest, other media types
can create additional
layers of engagement.
You’ll want to make the
...
For some people, turning
your ideas and your
customers’ biggest
questions into polished
written content is the most
tediou...
Learn more about
Linda Dessau
and her hands-
free blog writing
service.
Ready to hand off
1, 2, or all 12
of these things?...
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12 Most Tedious Blogging Tasks You Can Outsource

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There are many tasks that ensure a blog post will do its job of effectively attracting new customers for your business. Luckily you don’t have to do them all yourself. If you’re put off by all the technical tasks involved in getting a blog post published to your website and promoted on social media, Linda Dessau of Content Mastery Guide offers a list of business blogging tasks you can outsource to someone else.

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12 Most Tedious Blogging Tasks You Can Outsource

  1. 1. 12Most Tedious Blogging Tasks You Can OutsourceBy Linda Dessau, Content Mastery Guide
  2. 2. #1.Editing Typos, readability problems, inconsistent tone of voice, or grammar issues can really detract from your business’s credibility. http://www.flickr.com/photos/mckln/2894348201/
  3. 3. Photos add visual interest to the page, draw in your readers, and convey the meaning of your message in another way. #2.FINDING PHOTOS http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AOld_photos_Sortland.JPG
  4. 4. Resizing files to fit your blog template and design, and adding relevant keywords to the file name. These little details make a big difference. http://www.flickr.com/photos/info_grrl/7196454322/ #3.Formatting PHOTO FILES
  5. 5. Adding bold or italics for emphasis and headings; creating bullet/number lists; photo placement and alt text; filling in excerpt text and SEO details. Missing any of these steps can affect how your post looks and performs. #4.FORMATTING Text
  6. 6. #5.Getting Noticed Blog post titles aren’t enough to tempt someone to click on a link on social media. Switch it up with questions, quotes from the post, or a particular benefit someone will get from reading your post. http://www.flickr.com/photos/robhardingii/2757064302/"
  7. 7. Scheduling several notices about every new post, to increase its chance of being seen. After all, your social media followers are not glued to their computer screens or phones, waiting for your news. #6.SHARING Enough http://www.flickr.com/photos/eliazar/407598475
  8. 8. When you promote your posts, you’ll want to highlight and give credit to anyone you’ve mentioned in the post. This kind of link love helps build your relationships, but finding those links takes time. #7.Giving SHOUTOUTS
  9. 9. Unanswered comments send the message that your blog and your blog readers are not important to you. #8.MONITORING BLOG COMMENTS
  10. 10. It’s important to show that you appreciate any endorsements of your posts, so be sure someone is watching for likes, shares and comments on social media. #9.MONITORING SOCIAL MEDIA ACTIVITY http://www.flickr.com/photos/spencereholtaway/3376955055/
  11. 11. Guests can infuse your blog with a variety of voices and perspectives that complement and build on the scope of your expertise. #10.HANDLING GUEST CONTRIBUTIONS
  12. 12. Just as photos add visual interest, other media types can create additional layers of engagement. You’ll want to make the most of the social sharing and SEO features available for each format. #11.MANAGING MULTIMEDIA
  13. 13. For some people, turning your ideas and your customers’ biggest questions into polished written content is the most tedious part of blogging. You can use audio, video or graphics (your own or others), but you’ll still want to add at least 250-300 words of original text.http://www.flickr.com/photos/akaitori/2872041315/ #12.WRITING
  14. 14. Learn more about Linda Dessau and her hands- free blog writing service. Ready to hand off 1, 2, or all 12 of these things? CLICK HERE http://www.flickr.com/photos/victor_sween/351930091/

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