Here is more on blogging. After you’ve learned about your blog identity, and how to create contents as well as keyword research. Now is the time to get connected. Now it’s time for you to start small.
Why blogging start small?
Well, there’s a great reason to start small. One of them is it’s easiest to start small by publishing and sharing easily made content, while simultaneously eliciting a response from your audience.
It’s easy to start a blog with a program such as WordPress, TypePad, or Squarespace, and equally easy to create a Facebook, Twitter or Yelp account. And once you’ve established these social platforms, you can use them to do a whole lot.
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For example, you could ask your followers their opinion on a topic related to your niche and use their response to create a blog post.
But constantly generating content, worthwhile content, can be hard. So, in order to connect with more people, you should consider posting other people’s content. Or user-submitted content. This technique is called content curation, and it’s one way to extend your own content.
Another strategy for an affiliate marketer or business owner would be to ask your buyers to tell true stories about how your product affects their lives. It’s called user-generated content, and it encourages customers to get involved. This at the same time will build trust for new prospective customers.