You can also make your blogs more shareable by imbedding tweets into your content. When you provide a tweet that has already been written, all your followers have to do is retweet it. This makes sharing even simpler, and your readers don’t even have to leave your website. 5. Frequency Figure out how often and when you want to post, and stick to it. Creating a schedule and maintaining the frequency can increase the reach of your blog. If you always post a blog on Wednesday morning, your followers will know when to look for fresh content, but if you publish something on Friday, or don’t post anything at all, your reach will be significantly less and eventually drop off all together. 6. Analytics In order to measure the success of your blog you should track it. Many websites include this feature, but it can also be done through platforms like Google Analytics . Tracking your websites analytics gives you insight into the traffic and behaviors that are present. Reviewing these will often give you an idea of what content is working, and when people are visiting your site. When you know what content is engaging your followers, you can make adjustments to your posts. 7. Have a personality Schaefer, author of The Tao of Twitter . said it best, “There is no reason you can’t be yourself, unless you are a naturally mean and sucky person.” Online it’s easy to conform and follow what others are doing, but the best way to stand out is to show some personality. Set yourself apart form the crowd by doing things a little different. 8. Just Do It. You can plan and plan, but you will never know what works until you try. Follow these tips and make adjustments where you need to. Once you start posting, you will begin to see what works and what doesn’t. Now go out there and blog!
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