Edwin Huertas has spent the last fifteen years growing his skills in the internet arena, from programming and website building to the latest iterations of web marketing. He's a self-confessed nerd with an undying passion for marketing, because it is a way to get attention for deserving products and services. He loves using his skills to help people get the attention and business success they deserve and for the last 15 years companies from around the globe have relied on his expertise to help realize their online goals.
The classic Buddhist koan comes to mind: If a tree crashes down in the middle of a forest and there is no one around to witness it, does it make a sound? In the same way, if you blog but no one reads your blog, is it blog marketing? You could argue, of course, that you are going through the motions of blog marketing and so you must be engaged in blog marketing.
Have you ever wondered why some content just seems to slide effortlessly through the blogosphere? Some blog posts just naturally seem to attract readers like a clump of peanut butter rolling across a bowl full of rice krispies. I have often wondered what it would take to create content of this caliber, and came up with this short list of things that a blog post needs to do to be a viral success.
Whether on your blog post page or via social media, comments are a welcome indication that you are engaging your audiences. But comments are a double-edged sword. If you consistently put out great content you will get a lot of positive, insightful and flattering feedback. But that is not a guarantee that the comments you receive will be favorable.
Recognizing the importance of Pages in the online marketing strategy of businesses, Facebook has introduced a new feature that increases the business value of its Pages even more.
If you are time-challenged (and who among us isn’t?) there happens to be a way for you to continue nurturing your blog by consistently coming up with high quality content.