Writing a blog post is, of course, the most critical factor, with content the unrivaled advantage to getting viewers to your blog. However, it is not the only thing you should be doing.
The hard work starts here. As soon as your blog post is completed, you should be aware that you need to follow more guidelines to ensure that your post gets the audience it deserves.

What should you do after publishing a blog post?

Adapt Post URL
After you have published your post, a URL will be made for you. However, this is often very long and simply put, very forgettable. You should change this and create something that is more relevant and easy to remember; for you and your readers.

It is vital that you are publishing your work through social channels like Facebook and Twitter, but adapting your URL boosts your chance of views.

Use Hashtag’s
In this viral age that we live in now, adjusting to the social platform that you are using is vital. You need to know the difference between Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, and be aware of how to best market your blog posts on each.

For instance, on a platform like Twitter, you should use no more than three or four hashtag’s as the word count limit means that you will miss out on essential words that will sell your post. You should be aware which hashtags are trending and use the ones that best suit you. Using a hashtag that isn’t trending means that you are missing a golden opportunity to reach new readers. However, on Instagram there is no limit on characters meaning that you can use as many Hashtag’s as you wish, reaching a brand new audience with each additional tag.

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Importance of Groups

One of the best things about this modern age of social media is that networking is secure and there is no excuse not to be doing it. Facebook and LinkedIn have ensured that you can find the best possible people to help you excel within groups. Being a part of a group with like-minded people is vital and is an excellent way to push your published work.

Another positive for this would be that if you were looking for honest positive or negative feedback, this would also be the place to get it; meaning that you will only get better.


Looking for like-minded people is another vital importance; these people can help you push your content in the right direction to the target audience that you want. Naturally, the most important step with this is selecting the right people. Choosing the wrong contributors or bloggers would mean that your efforts have been in vain and that you will reach an audience that isn’t relevant.

Practice makes perfect and the more that you continue to write and adjust, the better that your style will be. The more you publish, the easier it will be to market yourself and find your perfect lane.

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